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HISPANIC FAMILY CENTER TO HOLD ITS ANNUAL HEALTH FAIR IN EAST CAMDEN

 

Camden City, NJ (May 16, 2018)(CNBNewsnet) – On June 8th, the Hispanic Family Center of Southern New Jersey, Inc. (HFC) will host its annual Health Fair. In partnership with La Parada San Juan Bautista’s celebration of culture and tradition, this impactful event provides hundreds of families from the community with education, health-related information, free health testing opportunities, and a chance for families to discover services within the community that can help them lead healthier lives.

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The event will take place in front of HFC’s facilities at 35-47 S. 29th Street, in Camden, New Jersey. The event is held in partnership with La Parada San Juan Bautista and sponsored by: Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, Horizon NJ Health, Holman Enterprises, Delaware Valley Benefit Advisors, MD Anderson Cancer Center at Cooper, The Hospital of University of Pennsylvania, PNC Bank, The Wawa Foundation, Stark & Stark Attorneys at Law, Beneficial Bank, The Lourdes Health System, Volunteers of America Delaware Valley, Affordable Offset Printing, Archer Attorneys at Law, CAMcare Health Corporation, The Cooper Foundation, State of New Jersey Department of Children and Families Division of Child Protection and Permanency, Old San Juan Restaurant, PSE & G, Szerlip & Co., Republic Bank and Waste Management.

 

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The Hispanic Family Center of Southern New Jersey is a multiservice organization with locations in Camden and Gloucester Counties. Dedicated to providing the community with a broad range of culturally relevant social services and advocacy programs that promote and encourage empowerment and self-sufficiency. HFC offers more than 20 diverse programs including: workforce development services; ESL/Civics; health education and prevention services; family strengthening initiatives; mental health and substance use disorder treatment; and energy assistance. Each year Hispanic Family Center serves nearly 10,000 individuals and families

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