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Addressing Teen Dating Violence

Young love is often complicated, and not always sweet. Abusive behaviors such as being checked on constantly by your partner, negative feedback on the way you dress or who you hang out with, and more obvious actions such as yelling and hitting are all ways that your boyfriend or girlfriend (or your child’s SO) is demonstrating dating violence. If you’re unsure about whether a relationship is healthy or not, take this quiz.

NHA Offers HIV Testing and Counseling

By John Uche, MD
Neighborhood Health Association, CMO

More than 1.2 million people in the U.S. are currently living with human immunodeficiency virus, or HIV, the virus which causes AIDS. African Americans compose 44% of that 1.2 million people infected, making it the largest racial/ethnic group affected in the country, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Nourish Café Opens as Job Training Site for Patients

Neighborhood Health Association Launches All-New Website

As the Neighborhood Health Association continues to expand its capacities in providing quality health care throughout the greater Toledo area, the organization is proud to announce the launch of the all-new

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