Need Vaccine Information? Reach out to the Houston Area Urban League!
After two and a half years in the house, wearing masks, and social distancing – we’re all ready to be outside and back to school or work in person. But are you really ready? Now is a great time to enjoy children returning to school and new employment opportunities, but it’s an even better time to check in on your health.
- When was the last time you had your annual physical? Staying on top of your blood pressure, mental, dental, and reproductive health, and vision helps you live a longer, happier, and healthier life.
- If you’re looking to get back into care, look no further than us. At our Family & Community Engagement events, we are offering COVID-19 Vaccines and incentives for those receiving their 1st or 2nd shot, along with tons of resources and information about HAUL's other programming.
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In addition to helping you get your mind and body right this year, we offer programs to help your kids get a head start in school, job skills development, and housing support.
All In Against COVID-19
COVID-19 is a global pandemic that has changed how we live our lives every day. But we're at a turning point, and there are steps you can take to help all of us get back on track. Opening our kids’ schools, rebuilding our businesses, and reviving our communities safely will take wearing masks, social distancing, and getting vaccinated, and it's going to take all of us.
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COVID-19 is a new disease but we are learning more every day of it’s effects on adults and children of all ages. The following are just a few medical conditions that are at increased risk for severe illness from the virus that causes COVID-19: Details
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