Back to school health fair set for July 25

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The Sonoma Valley Community Health Center will host a Back to School Health Fair from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, July 25, at the Community Health Center, 19270 Sonoma Highway.

Focusing on the children, there will be a variety of services and activities provided at the fair including free fluoride varnishes and no or low cost immunizations.

There is no cost for immunizations for Medi-Cal patients. The cost for families with no health insurance will be $5 for one child and $10 total for two or more children in the same family.

There also will be fun activities planned for children during the day, as well as exercise and Zumba demonstrations and raffles.

Approximately 20 community and county based service organizations will be present answering questions and handing out information. Organizations who have RSVP’d include Sonoma Valley Teen Center, Sonoma Valley Fire and Rescue Authority and WIC (Women, Infants and Children Program).

The Community Health Center is presenting the event in partnership with SVUSD, El Verano Family Resources Center, Head Start Program, La Luz and Sonoma Valley Hospital.

For more information about the event, contact Catalina Chavez-Tapia, SVCHC at 939-6070, ext. 112, or by email,

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