Hands On Health Conference

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04/23/18 9:52 am - 04/26/18 9:52 amAmerica/Anchorage
Bear River Rancheria
Address: 266 Keisner Road, Loleta, CA 95551
“Offering opportunities to work together with clients and community to achieve wellness through health services that reflect the traditional values of our American Indian Community.”

When: April 23-26, 2018

Where: Bear River Rancheria in Loleta, California.

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Lodging, transportation and other information is forthcoming.

Hands On Health Conference

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