Celebrating Martin Luther King Jr. Day

Martin Luther King Jr. History Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was born on January 15th, 1929 in Atlanta, Georgia to his parents Michael (Martin Luther) and Alberta Williams King. The King family lived in the area of Auburn Avenue, also known as “Sweet Auburn” which was an area known for prosperous Black churches and businesses. [...]

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Hamm Clinic hosts Dog Show Fundraiser for Mental Health

On Friday, September 8th Hamm Clinic hosted a fun fundraising event in partnership with neighborhood-based Wabasha Brewing in St. Paul. An estimated 150-200 individuals participated in the event in one way or another including as volunteers, attendees, voting for best-in-show, participating in the dog show with their pet or by making a donation to Hamm [...]


Thank You and Farewell: Transition of Hamm’s Executive Director

Dear Fellow Hamm Clinic Supporters, Effective May 27, 2022, Angie Lewis-Dmello will be resigning her position as Executive Director of Hamm Clinic. On behalf of the Hamm Clinic Board of Directors, we are saddened by Angie’s departure, but overjoyed with the work she has accomplished and the amazing work that is yet to come in [...]


Serving Afghan Evacuees: Healing Created Together

Hamm Clinic has been proud to partner with the University of Minnesota Medical Reserve Corps (MRC) and the Minnesota Department of Human Services to offer behavioral health screenings for Afghan evacuee families and referrals for ongoing care at Hamm.  As a part of the MRC, evacuees have been able to complete a behavioral health screen [...]


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