Community Resource Health Fair Hosted by Teche Action Clinic This Weekend

Teche Action Clinic is hosting a community resource health fair on Saturday in honor of National Minority Health Month. Located at 525 Morris Street, the clinic, known as Louisiana’s first community health center, will be holding the event from 9am to 1pm at Franklin Jr High School. The school holds historical significance as it was once the home of Park Avenue High School, an all-black high school during the period of segregation.

The health fair aims to provide attendees with valuable information and resources related to healthcare. Those who attend can take advantage of free medical tests and gain important health and fitness information. New parents or those who are expecting a baby can learn about the WIC program available for infants. Additionally, attendees will have access to information on their health insurance and how to maximize its benefits.

The event is designed to help the community improve their overall health and wellbeing. Organizers are working hard to ensure that attendees leave with valuable information that they can use to lead healthier lives. Everyone is encouraged to participate in this informative and beneficial event.

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