The Annual Public Health and Safety Fair is focused on reducing health disparities in the African-American community by providing access to resources.

Studies have shown that prevention is key in maintaining the health of our children. To increase awareness about health disparities in the minority community, we have to engage individuals in preventive care, boosting their physical activities, and teaching healthy eating and cooking habits. Participants of all ages received diabetes and blood pressure screenings, dental checks, eye exams, and breast exams.

In addition, citizens increase their safety with car and booster seat installation courses, bicycle safety training and so much more.

2017 Report

Last year’s record crowd of more than 3,000 men, women and children enjoyed a variety of beneficial services and fun activities, which were provided by 160 vendors.

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2016 Report

Every year this amazing event provides area residents with the tools they need to help fight and prevent disease, while supporting a healthy lifestyle and fostering the bonds of fellowship between friends and neighbors.

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2012 Report

In 2012, we teamed up with the Black Health Care Coalition, Kansas City Missouri Police Department, Wal-Mart, Office of Minority Health, Swope Health Services, Samuel Rodgers Health Center and Blue Cross of Kansas City.

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