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18th North Alabama Health & Wellness Fair

  • Calhoun Community College 102 Wynn Dr. NW Huntsville, AL United States (map)

Join us for the 18th Annual North Alabama Health and Wellness Fair for a variety of FREE medical screenings, testing and health information. 

Come walk with us to help promote behavior changes resulting in a healthier lifestyle beginning at 8:30 am followed by a welcome & greeting of honored guests and elected officials and then the health fair from 10 am to 1 pm -- including door prizes! Spanish interpreters will be available.

We have accepted the challenge of leadership which requires active involvement in movements to eradicate health disparities and to embrace a lifestyle that promotes good nutrition, physical activity and most important ownership of our health. The health fair is FREE and open to the community and is a joint collaboration between: 100 Black Men of America's Greater Huntsville ChapterGreater Huntsville Chapter, The Links Incorporated, @Huntsville AL Alumnae Chapter Of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc, AshaKiranAlabama A&M UniversityBLK Pearl, J.F. Drake State Community & Technical CollegeVirginia College in Huntsville, LULAC, and Calhoun Community College.

GOAL: To raise health awareness/education, provide access to FREE health care and information that will ultimately promote good behavior change resulting in a healthier lifestyle. 

This years North AL Health & Wellness Fair will provide FREE screening/testing and more valuable tools around the following health related conditions and areas:

1. Prostate Cancer
2. Diabetes
3. HIV/AIDS
4. Depression & Anxiety
5. Suicide
6. Hypertension
7. Cholesterol
8. Child Obesity
9. Hearing/Vision Testing
10. Dental Care
11. Varicose Veins Screening
12. Health Ministries
13. Foot Care
14. Skin Care
15. Physical Fitness
16. Bone Density
17. Hepatitis C Care
18. Alzheimer's
19. Stroke or Cerebral Vascular Accident [CVA]
20. Teen Pregnancy Prevention Initiative
21. Breast Cancer Awareness
22. Flu Vaccines
23. Massage Therapist
24. Health Insurance
25. Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault Awareness/Prevention
26. Tobacco Prevention
27. Crisis Services
28. Health & Nutrition
29. Voter Registration
30. Marriage Coaching
31. Care for the homeless
32. Allergy & Asthma
33. Trap Yoga

For more information and/or if you'd like to participate:
Bhavani Kakani at 256.698.4446 or Earnest Starks at 256.975.5519

Earlier Event: September 12
September QTPOC Talk @ MCAC