Community Health Fair offers FREE, FUN ways to keep your New Year’s Resolutions!

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by Cindy McManus

Event Details

Date(s) & Time(s)::

January 11, 2014 at 10:00 AM until 2:00 PM

Location: Neighborhood House of Milwaukee, 2819 Richardson Place, Milwaukee WI 53208

Phone: 414.933.6161 Ext. 135

Email: mwatts@nh-milw.org

Event Description

If you’re looking for ways to lose weight, check your blood pressure, getan eye exam, or enroll in affordable health insurance, join us Saturday, January 11, 2014 at Neighborhood House of Milwaukee for its annual Community Health Fair.
This year women 18 and older can get FREE clinical breast exams (Limited incentive gift cards & mammogram referrals provided). Heath insurance shoppers can get FREE Affordable Care Act Enrollment Assistance. Representatives from WIC (Women, Infant and Children), Positive Touch Therapy, Black Health Coalition of Wisconsin, Inc. AIDS Resource Center of Wisconsin, MCW Reach Out and Read Program, and other resources will be on hand to offer free advice, free screenings, give-aways, prizes, and more.
Last year more than 70 people attended the Fair, and over 30 vendors offered free vision checks, blood pressure checks, impaired driver testing, and handed out free healthy snacks, gifts, reading glasses and children’s books.
The Health Fair is offered in partnership with the Medical College of Wisconsin Asian-Pacific American Medical Student Association.
For more information, call Neighborhood House Family & Community Outreach Coordinator Michelle Watts at 414.933.6161Ext.135, mwatts@nh-milw.org
WHEN: Saturday, January 11, 2014 (10am-2pm)
WHERE: Neighborhood House of Milwaukee, 2819 Richardson Place, Milwaukee WI 53208
COST: FREE
HIGHLIGHTS: FREE Health Insurance Enrollment Assistance (Affordable Care Act); FREE clinical breast exams for women 18 and older (Limited incentive gift cards & mammogram referrals provided).
ABOUT NEIGHBORHOOD HOUSE: Neighborhood House of Milwaukee was founded in 1945 to help strengthen children and families in some of the city’s most under-served neighborhoods. The agency has touched the lives of nearly a million children and adults in the last 65 years. Its highly regarded, award-winning programs serve babies & toddlers, school-age and teen youth, adults and families, refugees and immigrants.
NEIGHBORHOOD HOUSE OF MILWAUKEE 2819 WEST RICHARDSON PLACE
MILWAUKEE, WI 53208-3546 414.933.6161 WWW.NH-MILW.ORG INFO@NH-MILW.ORG
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