RECENT CLINICS

MENTAL HEALTH + CULTURALLY RELEVANT CARE FOR FARMWORKERS

At The Botanical Bus Farmworker Clinic: 88% of Latinx and Indigenous clients report acute stress in the form of anxiety, depression and fatigue. 36% of this group identify their stress…

We are launching a farmworkers clinic!

(Español abajo) This fall The Botanical Bus: Bilingual Mobile Herb Clinic is coming together with Lideres Campesinas, Nuestra Comunidad and La Plaza: Nuestra Cultura Cura in the organization of a…

A Story of Latinx Resiliency: Connection During COVID-19

(Español abajo) Last week we gathered online in our separate homes to learn about “La Cosecha”, the harvest of medicinal herbs, from promotora de salud, Maria de Lourdes Pérez Centurión….

“La Cosecha Cura” Healing Harvest

Promotora (pro-mo-tor-a): community health worker who is rising up to lead, advocate, educate, mentor, and translate health programming in their own community After months of sharing recipes and shelter-in-place screen…

Plants to the People! COVID-19 Mutual Aid Action

The Botanical Bus: Bilingual Mobile Herb Clinic and non-profit Daily Acts are distributing 1,500 garden kits to Latinx community members experiencing food insecurity in Sonoma County. We are partnering with…

Breaking Ground in Corazon’s Jardín de Sanación

Our first workshop in the community garden at Corazon Healdsburg felt like picnic lunch with old friends. We stared in the garden, harvesting Calendula flowers for next month’s medicine oil…

Yerba Santa Strong at La Luz in Sonoma

One year after the devastating fires, we gathered with the Latinx community at La Luz Center in Sonoma to nourish our lungs and heal from grief. We circled up in…

Health Justice in Roseland

In partnership with Sanación del Pueblo (Town Healing), a project of North Bay Organizing Project, we gathered in Roseland, Santa Rosa to learn about environmental toxins and how we can…

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