Teche Action Clinic to hold a community resource health fair this weekend

A Healthy Celebration of Diversity: Teche Action Clinic Hosts Community Resource Health Fair at Historic Park Avenue High School

The Teche Action Clinic is hosting a community resource health fair on Saturday, celebrating National Minority Health Month, which falls in April. Located in Louisiana’s first community health center, the event will take place at Franklin Jr High School, at 525 Morris Street from 9 am to 1 pm.

This historic school was previously known as Park Avenue High School and served as one of the area’s black high schools during the era of segregation. Today it stands as a symbol of progress and equality.

The health fair promises to be an informative and beneficial event for all who attend. Attendees will have access to a variety of free medical tests along with valuable information on health and fitness. New parents or those expecting children will have the opportunity to learn about the WIC program for infants, while others can gather information about their health insurance and how to optimize its benefits.

Organizers are thrilled to provide this platform for members of the community to access important resources and learn about ways to improve their health and overall well-being. This event is a celebration of diversity, equality and progress, and we hope that everyone who attends will leave with valuable information and inspiration to live a healthier life.

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