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Free Dental, Vision, Medical Clinic and Healthfest Oct 23-26

Seattle’s Clinic and Healthfest offers free flu shots and lots of information about physical and financial wellness in this event. The Department of Neighborhoods says:

By now you may be familiar with the giant clinic that will provide FREE dental, vision and medical services for people in need.  The Clinic will take place over four days – Oct. 23-26, 2014 in KeyArena at Seattle Center—[with] a HealthFest offering free flu vaccines, information on health insurance options,  Utility Discount Program and other important issues that affect families.

Please help us get the word out to your constituents by posting the flyers on a bulletin board or your website, sending an email to members, etc.  We want to make sure that people in need are able to take advantage of these free services.

[Flyer]2014 Healthfest Flyer R5  More information here: www.seattlecenter.org/healthfest

The Patient Flyer is translated in the following languages:

English                 بية (Arabic)                      한국어 (Korean)                             ਪੰਜਾਬੀ (Punjabi)
ру́сский язы́к (Russian)            Af-Somaali (Somali)                       Español (Spanish)
 українська мова (Ukranian)       tiếng Việt (Vietnamese)
More languages coming soon!

James Michael Bus, Program Manager, Neighborhood District Coordinator Program, Neighborhood Matching Fund, Public Outreach and Engagement Services   (206) 233-5044 * Cel (206) 255-0708 Seattle Department of Neighborhoods “Strengthening Seattle by actively engaging all communities”

Public Disclosure/Disclaimer Statement
Consistent with the Public Records Act, Chapter 42.56 RCW, all records within the possession of the City may be subject to a public disclosure request and may be distributed or copied. Records include and are not limited to sign-in sheets, contracts, e-mails, notes, correspondence, etc. Use of lists of individuals or directory information (including address, phone or E-mail) may not be used for commercial purposes.

Partners for the event include  AARP, the American Red Cross, Amerigroup, Cancer Lifeline, Community Health Plan of Washington, Consejo Counseling and Referral Service,Country Doctor, Crisis Clinic, Denise Louie Education Center, Group Health, HealthPoint, International Community Health Services, Lifelong AIDS Alliance,Molina Healthcare, NAMI, Neighborcare Health, Neighborhood House, Public Health – Seattle & King County, Real Change,Saint Vincent de Paul, Sea Mar Community Health Centers, Seattle City Light, Seattle Parks and Recreation, Seattle Public Utilities,Urban League of Metropolitan Seattle, UW School of Public Health-Nutritional Sciences Program, UW Center for Anxiety and Traumatic Stress,Valley Cities, Virginia Mason and more.

 

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