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Black health and wellness event in Kentville

The Advisory Committee for Black Public Health will be offering a Black health and wellness event on Monday, May 27 at the Kentville Volunteer Fire Department. 

The event will include a variety of services provided by a team of healthcare professionals and community leaders working together to provide a positive, Africentric health and wellness experience. 

All are welcome to attend and take advantage of the services offered, as well as the opportunity to congregate with diverse Black and African Nova Scotian community members in a culturally competent space.

See below for event details, including confirmed providers and services being offered. 

For upcoming events in other parts of the province, visit www.nshealth.ca/Black-Public-Health

Kentville Volunteer Fire Department
463 Main St., Kentville
Monday, May 27 from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m.

Alzheimer Society

·        Dementia Support

Association of Black Social Workers 

·        Accessing Grab Bars for Household Safety

·        Healing from Grief & Trauma

Department of Community Services 

·        Family Service Programs

Health Association of African Canadians

·        Health Information, Support & Advocacy

Hear Right Canada

·        Hearing Information & Resources

Mental Health & Addictions (NSH)

·        Take Home Naloxone Program

·        Bloom Program

North Preston Outreach Dental Clinic 

·        Dental Care Information 

Pharmacy Services 

·        Blood Glucose Testing

·        Cholesterol Testing 

Primary Health Care Services (NSH)

·        Diabetes Centre - Program Information and Access 

·        Need a Family Practice Registry - Onsite Registration and Support 

·        How to Access Primary Health Care - Information for People Without Primary Care Providers, Same Day Access clinics 

·        Primary Health Care Programs - Postpartum Mental Health and Wellness, Grief Group Education

·        Patient Engagement/Patient and Family Advisors - Improving Experience in Primary Health Care      

Public Health (NSH)

·        Information about Pregnancy, Parenting, Immunizations & Infectious Diseases 

·        Immunization Records Review

·        COVID-19 & Measles Vaccines

About the Advisory Committee for Black Public Health

The Advisory Committee for Black Public Health started during COVID-19 as a collaboration between Nova Scotia Health Public Health, Department of Health and Wellness Public Health Branch, Health Association of African Canadians and the Association of Black Social Workers. It has now expanded to include other health and community-based organizations representing more voices from the unique and diverse Black groups in Nova Scotia. The goal of this collaboration is to improve Black health outcomes through the use of culturally specific approaches across the province.

 

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