MSociety is dedicated to building a safe, affirming, and healthy community that empowers young gay men of color, ages 18 – 29 in Houston.
Legacy Public Health works alongside individuals, providers, and communities to improve overall health outcomes. We accomplish this through Patient Education within the clinic and Community Health Work with individuals and groups within communities we serve.
Here you will find the means to help achieve those desired health results for yourself, your family or community with the help of our Patient Educators and Community Health Workers.
If you have any questions or are interested in one of our classes, please reach out to our Public Health team at (832) 548-5221.
A patient who is educated about their health is the best advocate for their own care. That is why we work with individuals, health care providers and communities to improve health outcomes. We are able to accomplish this through our education classes at many of our clinics and at community locations across Southeast Texas. Here…Learn more
By Carolina Boyd The flu is more dangerous than the common cold for children. That’s why the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends a yearly flu vaccination for all children six months and older. Last year’s flu season was one of the deadliest. More than 2,150 people died from the flu in the…Learn more