From 9 a.m.- 2 p.m. people will find several health services provided by participant organizations, which include Southeast Arizona Medical Center, US-Mexico Bi-national Health Commission, Mexican Consulate, University of Arizona Cooperative Extension, Az First Things First, Border Patrol, Cenpatico, Chiricahua Community Health Clinics, Child Care Resource and Referral, Cochise County Health Department, Cochise Insurance Center, Community Bridges, Community Intervention Associates, Copper Queen Medical Associates, Corazon, DES-Employment Services, Douglas Community Coalition, Douglas Fire Department, Douglas Knights of Columbus, Douglas Family Health Clinic, Douglas Unified School District, DMD Hearts and Hooves, House of Hope Domestic Crisis Shelter, Instituto De Los Mexicanos En El Exterior, Lifeline Lifenet, Naco Wellness Initiative, Naturalia, A.C., Pinal Hispanic Council, Secretaria De Relaciones Exteriores, Secretaria De Salud Sonora, Southwest Fair Housing Council, University Family Care and Zumba Classes.
Services to be provided will include:
ân Dental varnish for kids.
ân Blood pressure and glucose testing.
ân Informational brochure on health and social services all family members.
ân Free bicycle helmets given out to children.
ân Zumba demonstrations the workout dance classes that have hit the nation by storm to keep all the family moving.
ân Children will meet the pilots and observe the helicopters that are used by Lifeline and LifeNet for medical emergencies.
ân Miniature horses provided by DMD Hearts and Hooves used in therapy for
children with special needs.
ân Flu shots as well as Tdap shots (Tetanus, Diphterria, Pertussis) for adults will also be available for free on a first come first serve basis.
ân Games for kids such as tug-a-rope, sack races and bean bag toss with prizes.
ân Raffles with lots of giveaways everyone.
People interested in receiving any type of service need to bring immunization information to check for updates. For more information contact Kathleen Gomez at 805-5938.