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Keep You Mind Grounded – Video

Suffering from #MentalIllness can be extremely frustrating. At NOAH, we offer coping strategies to help you get off the #anxiety train. Learn how to calm down and train your body and mind to stay grounded in the moment. Our Care Team at NOAH offers behavioral health #consulting and traditional outpatient #counseling. Our Psychiatric Nurse Practitioners work alongside #medical and #behavioralhealth to assess, diagnose and effectively treat the core-symptoms of our #patients. To schedule an apt., please call 480-882-4545!


Understanding Depression – Video

Learn the signs of #depression from our friends at Mental Health America. If you are concerned about your #child and think he or she may be dealing with a #mentalhealthissue, reach out and start a conversation. Our Psychiatric Nurse Practitioners work alongside #medical and behavioral health to assess, diagnose and effectively treat the core-symptoms of our patients. To schedule an apt., please call 480-882-4545!


2018 NOAH Palomino Back to School Health Checks

Last Saturday we hosted an awesome Back to School event at our Palomino Health Center providing FREE Back-to-school health checks! A special thanks to our friends @MercyCare for their generous support of our programs and services. Saturday, August 11, 2018 is our last FREE Back-to-School event from 9-3pm @ our Desert Mission Community Health Center. Learn more and schedule at KIDS.NOAHHELPS.ORG or call 480-882-4545! Arizona Alliance for Community Health Centers – AACHC National Association of Community Health Centers #NHCW18 #CHCSuperPower #ValueCHCs


Road Trip – Got Healthy Snacks?

By Kristal Burton, RDN | NOAH Health Centers

It’s that time of year when you load up the family and drive off toward adventure. It’s easy when sitting in a car for long periods to justify continually snacking on foods you normally try not to make a habit of munching on, but those seemingly innocent snacks can stack up to a lot of weight gain, bloating and discomfort. Pack these dietitian approved healthy snacks and if you are going to stop to eat a meal, pick a restaurant that offers healthy meal options. Read more

Men’s Health – Create a healthy lifestyle!

By: Paul Dillaway, DO – Family Medicine

June is Men’s Health Month. I’m pretty sure everyone wants to look and feel healthy, but how many of us can truly say we’re happy with our bodies? Unfortunately, obesity trends are on the rise due to inactivity at home and in the work place, poor diet and exercise habits and complacency. According to the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey, 41.1% of women and 37.9% of men in America are now obese. Even more shocking, for children age 6 to 11, the prevalence of obesity increased from 4% in 1971 to 1974 to 18% in 2009 to 2010, while the prevalence of obesity in adolescents ages 12 to 19 increased from 6.1% to 18.4%. Read more

Stroke Awareness – Take care of your body

A stroke can happen to anyone, anywhere and at any age. Every four minutes someone dies from a stroke. Help NOAH raise awareness during #NationalStrokeAwarenessMonth by reading these tips and sharing them with your friends and family.

Lifestyle risk factors such as diet and exercise are controllable. People choose to engage in habits or behaviors that can directly increase their probability of having a stroke. Eating healthy includes making informed decisions about food choices and balancing your calories. Read more

Reduce Your Risk – Self Care Behaviors


Having diabetes can put you at higher risk for other health related problems such as kidney damage, nerve damage and vision loss. Take steps now to lower your chance of diabetes-related complications. Read more