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Health Initiatives

SEWA-AIFW’s Health Initiative Programs focus on meeting the health needs of the community.

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Mental Health Awareness

The South Asian community is surrounded by a stigma regarding our mental health, and regardless of our backgrounds/successes/education, can suffer from depression and other issues. Don’t suffer in silence – reach out for help and get a referral to one of our culturally sensitive counselors. Find out more about our free mental health professionals here.

Recieve walk-in behavioural support here.





My Desi Food Plate

Free Monthly Clinics

Lead Poisoning Awareness

Nutrition and healthy eating form a basis for overall health.  The pdf below is a reference guide for a healthy diet, consult your physician and/or nutritionist for your specific dietary needs.

Our community health clinic have been organizing screenings, consultations, and referrals. We are also organizing vaccination and booster clinics. We have free clinics every second Sunday at Gurudhawra Sikh Temple in Bloomington and every fourth Sunday at the Hindu Temple of Minnesota in Maple Grove. Check our calendar for updates.

Lead is poisonous in any amount, and is sometimes found in unexpected places. The Twin Cities have the highest rates of elevated blood lead levels relative to the rest of the state. Read this packet to learn about sources of lead poisoning and what you can do to protect yourself and your family.

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