Family Café Discussion With Healthcare Providers About COVID-19

Our community partner StarVista, opens a new window will connect families and the public with healthcare providers for a Family Café discussion about COVID-19 on Friday, April 9 at 4:30 PM, opens a new window. This virtual program will offer a safe space to discuss the disproportionate impact the pandemic has on Black and Brown communities. Expert healthcare providers will talk about COVID-19, the vaccine, and offer answers to your questions. 

Our guest healthcare providers include: 

  • Gabriela Buendia, LMFT, Licensed Psychotherapist 
  • Dr. Joann Falkenburg, Family Physician 
  • Darryl Lampkin, Health Equity Management Analyst 
  • Dr. Kaveri Patel, DO, Fremont Family Medicine 

Register, opens a new window in advance to join the conversation or follow StarVista, opens a new window to tune in through Facebook Live! StarVista will raffle four gift cards ($25 each) for Target to participants at the end of the event.

You can find additional COVID-19 information and resources on our COVID-19 webpage, opens a new window. Visit the County's COVID-19 Vaccination Program, opens a new window to find the latest news about vaccine eligibility and distribution.

For more information about this discussion, please call StarVista at (650) 464-3256. If you are in crisis or need support in San Mateo County, visit StarVista's crisis center webpage, opens a new window.

StarVista is a non-profit organization that has been helping people throughout San Mateo County navigate life’s challenges for over 50 years. Their counseling, crisis prevention, youth housing, and outreach programs reach tens of thousands of people in our community each year.

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