World Hepatitis Day
is recognized annually on July 28 as a day to raise awareness about
viral hepatitis, which affects millions of people around the world.
Check out these campaign resources from the World Hepatitis Alliance to get involved. You can also share MyHealthfinder’s guide to help people in your community protect themselves from hepatitis B. And be sure to check out the Healthy People 2020 topic area about immunization and infectious diseases to learn about national objectives designed to reduce rates of hepatitis.
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Congratulations to Ronnell Montgomery, former Community Outreach Specialist at the James B. Sanderlin Neighborhood Family Center and longtime member of the Steering Committee for Churches United for Healthy Congregations! Ronnell was the recipient of the 2018 Chamber Member of the Year Award. Ronnell serves as Vice Chair for Diversity and Inclusion on the Chamber. We are so proud of you, Ronnell!
Congratulations to Ruby Hope, National Spokesperson for the American Heart Association's Go Red program. Join Ruby on February 3, 2017 at Pinellas Technical College for Pink Goes Red, from 6:00pm- 8:00pm. They'll be refreshments, free givieaways, health screenings and line dancing. Hosted by AKA Zeta Upsilon Omega, DST St. Pete Alumnae Chapter.
Another great church celebrates Go Red Sunday by bringing heart
disease awareness to women in their congregation.
10th Street Church of God, you are looking good!
Thanks for stepping up, Unity Temple, and bringing awareness to Heart Disease in women by celebrating Go Red Sunday! If your church celebrated Go Red Sunday, it's not too late to send us a picture. We will be proud to post it! Women supporting other women is a long tradition in church life. CUFHC is pleased to be an advocate for the Heart Association's campaign of Go Red- we have been doing it for ten years!
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