Gravenstein Health Action Chapter
Help us help you
The Gravenstein Health Action Chapter is a partnership of local leaders, organizations, and individuals dedicated to improving health & wellness, and reducing disparities in the areas of Sebastopol, Graton, Occidental/Freestone, and Bodega/Bodega Bay.
The chapter is connected to the countywide Health Action effort, which focuses on three impact areas: a long and healthy life, educational attainment, and a comfortable standard of living. Recently, Health Action has reaffirmed its priorities, and as a result, the Gravenstein chapter is currently seeking community input to determine which priorities to take on locally, and which strategies will be the most beneficial.
Check our calendar for meeting dates and times.
Going beyond the basics
A true, healthy community is one that takes a 360-degree approach to examining how social, environmental and economic issues may impact health, safety and wellness. These include:
ACCESS TO CLEAN AIR AND WATER
ACCESS TO EDUCATION
ACCESS TO ACCEPTABLE WAGES
ACCESS TO MEDICAL CARE
Your Healthcare Resources
Palm Drive Health Care District partners with a variety of community organizations to provide health education, wellness information, and health-related services.
Find out how the Affordable Care Act (also known as “Obamacare”) can help you get health insurance, or improve your existing coverage. Visit the Covered California website for more information.
West County Health Centers
West County Health Centers, Inc. is a private, non-profit Federally Qualified Health Center, receiving Section 330 grant funding from the federal government to provide quality health services to the whole community, regardless of ability to pay. WCHC offers: Primary Care, Dental Care, Wellness Services, Teen Services, HIV Services, Mental Health Services.