Worrying about having a sexually transmitted disease (STD or STI) can feel isolating. Despite so many advances in technology, transportation, and civil rights, talking openly about STDs is still taboo. However, if you’re sexually active, it makes sense to get tested regularly, considering that almost half of Americans have or will contract a sexually transmitted infection. Since […]
On July 12, 2019, students from Prairie View A&M visited our Bellaire Health Center to tour the facility and learn about the St. Hope Foundation.
On Monday, August 5, 2019, the Sugar Land Community Health Center opens its doors to patients at its new location – 14815 Southwest Freeway, Sugar Land, TX 77478. Located just 10 minutes away from its former location, the new Sugar Land Community Health Center offers the same services and hours, with a compassionate team of […]
St Hope Foundation was once again privileged to participate in the 2019 Houston Pride Parade. We had a float and our team was there, reaching out to the community and letting them know we love them. Our hearts are in the community, and we just love being with the people! Enjoy the video.
If you’ve never been to a gynecologist, the prospect of that first visit can be intimidating. However, knowing when to go and what to expect can help alleviate some of that anxiety. The first thing you need to know is that there is no specific age that applies to everyone. Medical and sexual history varies […]
On May 17th, 2019, we celebrated our 3rd annual Grape Escape event at McGovern Centennial Gardens. This event is a fundraiser that helps us purchase equipment to better serve our clients! This year’s event was the best of all! Check out the video:-).
Physical ailments are easy to recognize. Something hurts, you get treatment. Sometimes, it may take longer to identify, since certain illnesses have no symptoms until they’re at their latest stages. But once recognized, people tend to mobilize to look for ways to heal in a best-case scenario, or alleviate symptoms in a worst-case one. But […]
Going to the dentist is not likely on anyone’s list of favorite things to do. However, having a check up twice a year is essential to ensure good oral health. And if you have issues that need attention (such as the need for a root canal, dental implants, or treatment for gum disease), you should […]
Realizing you need dental work can be daunting. After all, teeth and gums are some of the most sensitive areas in the body. Add to that the fact that dentists use some unusual, sharp, intimidating instruments, and it’s easy to understand why so many people put their oral health on the back burner. However, avoiding […]