Sex Trafficking

Sex Trafficking is a form of Sexual Violence Headlines in the recent past have pointed to sex trafficking in rural Minnesota. This is happening in our communities and small towns. This is the second largest and fastest growing criminal industry in the world. According to the International Labour Organization, there are 47.7 million slaves in […]

0 Comments Read more »

Can I get birth control for free

You can visit one of our Mahube-Otwa Family Health clinics for an in-person visit where we accept a wide range of insurance plans and where we offer low- and no-cost options depending on your income and situation. Whether you need birth control, STD testing, or a consultation, you can get care, no matter what.  Call […]

0 Comments Read more »

Folic Acid

Folic Acid   What is folic acid? Folic acid is a B vitamin. Our bodies use it to make new cells. Think about the skin, hair and nails. These and other parts of the body make new cells every day. Everyone needs folic acid. Why do you need folic acid? Folic acid can help prevent […]

0 Comments Read more »

LARCs (Long-acting reversible contraceptives)

Studies have shown that within the United States approximately 42% of adolescents aged 15-19 years old have had sexual intercourse. Although the majority of these sexually active adolescents identify that they have used some method of contraception within their lifetime, the methods utilized are attributed with a high failure rate including condoms, oral contraceptives, and […]

0 Comments Read more »

HIV and AIDS: ARE YOU AT RISK?

Mahube-Otwa Family Health Client Information/Fact Sheet HIV and AIDS: ARE YOU AT RISK? WHAT IS HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus)? HIV is a virus that kills your body’s “CD4 cells.” CD4 cells (also called T-helper cells) help your body fight off infection and disease. WHAT IS AIDS (the Acquired ImmunoDeficiency Syndrome)? AIDS is a disease you […]

0 Comments Read more »

Back to school vaccination time is here. Remember to ask about the HPV vaccine !

0 Comments Read more »

Zika Virus

Interim Guidance for Prevention of Sexual Transmission of Zika Virus CDC has updated interim guidelines updated in for the prevention of sexual transmission of the Zika virus. This guidance update includes information on how to reduce the risk for sexual transmission of Zika virus from both men and women to their sex partners

0 Comments Read more »

Zika Virus: I’ve seen so many different things on the news lately about the Zika virus and I’m wondering how does someone ‘catch’ this?

  The Zika Virus – Some Things You Should Know You may have heard some things about the Zika Virus in the recent past. Mosquitoes carrying Zika are not likely to be found in Minnesota, but there have been cases in Minnesotans who traveled to Zika-impacted areas.   Zika virus spreads to people primarily through […]

0 Comments Read more »

Who do I need to contact to tell that I will no longer be needing Mahube-Otwa Family Health services?

You can call our toll free number:  877-275-6123 and leave your name and a phone number we can reach you at.  We will then call you back and make sure we’ve answered any questions you have.

0 Comments Read more »

Syphilis

News Release February 2, 2016 Syphilis rates rise among women in Minnesota Health officials are concerned over a jump in syphilis cases among Minnesota women. Preliminary data for 2015 show syphilis cases in women were up 63 percent compared to 2014. The increase is occurring primarily among women of child-bearing age in all racial and […]

0 Comments Read more »