FLORIDA HEALTH PALM BEACH COUNTY OFFERS FREE HEPATITIS TESTING World Hepatitis Day July 28, 2015 - Baby boomers most at-risk for hepatitis C, so learn the risks and get tested- PALM BEACH COUNTY, FL-- The Florida Department of Health in Palm Beach County is recognizing World Hepatitis
All Peoples Day Diversity Festival to host. The Back to School Clothing Drive Saturday August 1st 9am-12pm St. Mathews Church Delray Beach The Back to School Clothing Drive will enable us to help over 100 families in need to get their kids back to school with positive self-esteem!
Join us for a webinar on Jul 15, 2015 at 10:30 AM EDT. Register now! https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/8003148693405304834 The Legal Aid Society of Palm Beach County – Fair Housing Project is hosting a free webinar discussing a Fair Housing topic geared toward County and City
HIV TEST DAY EXPANDS TO NATIONAL HIV TESTING WEEK June 21-June 27 PALM BEACH COUNTY, FL—Local organizations are joining the Florida Department of Health in Palm Beach County by expanding HIV Test Day that traditionally occurred June 27, into a week of activities talking about HIV, testing for
(West Palm Beach, Florida, June 15, 2015) - The Sickle Cell Foundation of Palm Beach County and Treasure Coast, Inc. is hosting a sickle cell symposium to mark World Sickle Cell Day this Friday June 19 at 11:30 am at Zara’s Event Center – Ramada Inn located at 1900 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd in West
FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH PALM BEACH COUNTY LAUNCHES 5-2-1-0 HEALTH INITIATIVE JUNE 20 AT JOHN PRINCE PARK PALM BEACH COUNTY, FL—Florida Department of Health in Palm Beach County in conjunction with the Parks and Recreation Department is encouraging families to get going with adopting
With free books, stimulating events and reading programs, Children’s Services Council of Palm Beach County and its partners celebrate National Summer Learning Day June 19. Each summer, our community’s children are at risk of losing two to three months of academic skills. This summer learning
(Martin County, FL) – The first stop to preventing the spread of HIV and STDs is knowing your status. According the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) one in six people are living with HIV and are not aware of it. Free HIV and STD testing available In recognition of National HIV