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Posted on: March 23, 2023

[ARCHIVED] Napa County Public Health to host 2023 Community Health Fair

Napa County Public Health Fair: Building Happy & Healthy Communities!

NAPA, CA (March 23, 2023) – In honor of National Public Health Week, Napa County Health and Human Services Agency (HHSA) will be hosting its annual Community Health Fair at Fuller Park free to the public on Sunday, April 16 from 1-3 p.m. National Public Health Week (April 3-9) focuses on the theme of “Centering and Celebrating Cultures in Health” to highlight belonging, connections, and support of health and quality of life. 

Building upon the success of this event last year, the family-friendly fair will bring together multiple community organizations and county programs to offer free health and safety information, resources, fun activities, and a wide variety of health assessments at no charge. Community members will have opportunities to take a Zumba class, win raffle prizes, participate in an art activity, learn how to administer hands-only CPR, engage with community partners, receive a COVID-19 vaccine or booster, and more. 

“Napa County Health and Human Services Agency welcomes another opportunity to host our Community Health Fair,” said Jennifer Yasumoto, Napa County HHSA Director. “This event allows us to come together with other providers to offer a wide range of programs, information about resources available to our community, and engaging wellness activities.”

“As we enter the final phases of the COVID-19 pandemic and adjust to new social norms, we know that we can make our communities healthier, safer, and stronger when we support and stay engaged with one another,” said Dr. Christine Wu, Napa County Health Officer and HHSA Deputy Director of Public Health.  “The Community Health Fair will allow our residents to come together and learn how they can each do their part in making our world a safer and healthier place to live.”
All ages are welcome to attend the event. Registration is not required.

For more information, please visit the Public Health Week Fair web page.

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