Community Outreach Programs

Flu Vaccination

All patients will be asked to receive their flu vaccines at their local pharmacy whenever possible.  The following local pharmacies will be offering flu shots: Sebastopol Family Pharmacy, Lark Drugs, Forestville Pharmacy , and others.

Each pharmacy has different age limits (some as low as 3 years old), so please check with the pharmacy.

High dose flu shots, which are recommended for people 65 and older, will only be available through the pharmacies.

WCHC will provide vaccines in our health centers for anyone who cannot be seen in a pharmacy (typically young children and people without insurance of any kind). Please call your health center to schedule an appointment.

(Updated 10.14.21)

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Immunizations

The following are available to all West County Health Center patients:

  • All childhood immunizations are available during in-person appointments. 
  • All adult immunizations are available through local pharmacies.  Please ask your medical team which are recommended.

 

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Graton Day Labor Center

WCHC provides health screenings one day a week for day laborers working through the Graton Day Labor Center. Day laborers are then referred to a local community health center to establish a medical home.

Website: www.gratondaylabor.org

Reach Out and Read

Our agency has participated in the National Reach Out and Read Program since 2004. This program promotes early literacy by giving new books to children ages 6 months to 5 years, as well as offering advice to parents about the importance of reading aloud.

Website: reachoutandread.org

Gender Expansive Services Clinic

 

1st Wednesday each month from 5:30-7:30pm located at 652 Petaluma Ave. Suite F, Sebastopol.  Call Erin Elo at 707-887-0427 ext.4405 for more information.

We are an interdisciplinary team working to bring specialized and sensitive care to trans and gender expansive folks of all ages and their loved ones.

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