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 Health Fair Wellness Fair National Resources List

Health fairs usa resources - wellness fair usa resources

Here you will find a list of national resources for health fairs – wellness fairs. Most,

if not all of these organizations offer free resources for health fairs – wellness fairs.

 

 

AARP (American Association of Retired Persons)
601 E. Street, NW
Washington, D.C. 20049
(202) 434-2277(202) 434-2277

National organization that advocates for rights of older adults; maintains a

strong network of local chapters; provides numerous educational materials,

publications, and program support.

 

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
Public Inquiries, Mgmt Analysis & Service Office
1600 Clifton Road, NE, Mail Stop E-72
Atlanta, GA 30333
(404) 639-3534(404) 639-3534 or (800) 311-3435(800) 311-3435

Government agency that provides information on a vast number of health

topics, including violent/abusive behavior, environmental health, unintentional

injuries, occupational safety, and other topics.

 

CDC National Prevention Information Network
P. O. Box 6003
Rockville, MD 20849-6003
(800) 458-5231(800) 458-5231

The CDC National Prevention Information Network provides timely,

accurate, and relevant information on HIV/AIDS to people working in

prevention, health care, research, and support services. If offers

comprehensive reference and referral services.

 
 

Food and Drug Administration
Consumer Inquiries
5600 Fishers Lane (HFE-88)
Rockville, MD 20857
(301) 443-3170(301) 443-3170 or (301) 827-4420(301) 827-4420

Agency that disseminates information regarding nutrition, food & drug safety.

 

Health Promotion Resource Center
Stanford Ctr. for Research in Disease Prevention
1000 Welch Road
Palo Alto, CA 94304-1885
(415) 723-0003; FAX (415) 498-7775

Distributes community-based print, video materials for lay public and

professionals involved in health promotion, stress management, youth

activities, injury prevention, and more. Also offers health risk appraisals and

Spanish language materials.

 

Healthy Mothers, Healthy Babies Coalition
409 12th Street, SW
Washington, D.C. 20024-2188
(202) 863-2458; FAX (202) 554-4346

Informal association of organizations with an interest in child and maternal

health; fosters efforts to educate pregnant women; provides general

information to health professionals and the general public.

 
 

National Cancer Institute
31 Center Drive MSC 2580
Building 31, Room 10A16
Bethesda, MD 20892-2580
(800) 4-CANCER or (800) 422-6237(800) 422-6237

The Cancer Information Services (CIS) is a nationwide network of 19

regional field offices supported by the National Cancer Institute (NCI) that

provides accurate, up-to-date information on cancer to patients and their

families, health care professionals, and the general public. The CIS can

provide specific information in English and Spanish about particular types of

cancer, as well as information on how to obtain second opinions and the

availability of clinical trails. Each CIS office has access to the NCI treatment

database PDQ, which offers callers the most current state-of-the art treatment

and clinical trial information.

 

National Center for Health Statistics
6525 Belcrest Road, Room 1064
Hyattsville, MD 20782
(301) 436-8500(301) 436-8500

The Center is the federal government’s principal vital and health statistics

agency. Provides reference, inquiry, and referral services. Produces series of

publications – some free of charge. Catalogs of electronic and printed

products are available.

 
 
 

National Coalition for Adult Immunizations
4733 Bethesda Avenue, Suite 750
Bethesda, MD 20814-5228
(301) 656-0003(301) 656-0003

The National Coalition for Adult Immunization, formed in 1988, is a network

of organizations dedicated to promoting adult immunization, primarily through

educational and motivational activities. The goal of NCAI is to raise

immunization levels in high-risk and other adult target groups by increasing

awareness of physicians, other healthcare providers, and the general public

about the need for and the benefits of immunization.

 
 
 

National Fire Protection Association
1 Batterymarch Park
Quincy, MA 02169
(617) 770-3000(617) 770-3000

Objective is to reduce the burden of fire on the quality of life by advocating

scientifically-based consensus codes and standards, research, and education

for fire and related safety issues.

 

National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute
31 Center Drive, MSC2480
Room 4A21
Bethesda, MD 20892-2480
(301) 496-4236(301) 496-4236

Organization that provides national leadership for national programs and

research related to the cause, prevention, and treatment of cardiovascular,

pulmonary, and blood diseases; disseminates numerous educational materials

for the public and health professionals.

 

National High Blood Pressure Education
NHLBI Information Center
P. O. Box 30105
Bethesda, MD 20824-0105
(301) 592-8573; FAX (301) 592-8563

Center that provides educational messages to the public concerning high

blood pressure.

 

National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
400 7th Street, SW
Washington, D.C. 20590
(202) 366-4000(202) 366-4000

Administration of the U.S. Department of Transportation that publishes

brochures, flyers, statistical reports, videotapes, and other information about

safety belts, car seats, pedestrian, bicycle and motorcycle safety, and drunk

and impaired driving.

 

National Injury Information Clearinghouse
U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission
Washington, D.C. 20207-0001
(301) 504-0424(301) 504-0424

Clearinghouse that provides data relating to morbidity and mortality

associated with consumer products.

 
 

National Institute for Occupational Safety & Health
4676 Columbia Parkway, Mail Stop C-19
Cincinnati, OH 45226
(800) 356-4674(800) 356-4674

Organization that provides a number of services including health hazard

evaluations of worksites, fatal accident investigation, extramural grants,

databases, educational resources, and publications.

 

National Mental Health Association
1021 Prince Street
Alexandria, VA 22314-2971
(703) 684-7722(703) 684-7722

The National Mental Health Association, through its national office and more

than 330 affiliates nationwide, is dedicated to improving the mental health of

all individuals and achieving victory over mental illnesses. NMHA

accomplishes its mission as a force of social change through advocacy,

prevention, public education, information, and referral.

 

National Osteoporosis Foundation
1150 17th Street, NW, Suite 500
Washington, D.C. 20036
(202) 223-2226(202) 223-2226 or (800) 223-9994(800) 223-9994

Non-profit organization that provides direct support for research; sponsors a

national annual campaign; provides resource materials on osteoporosis for

health care professionals and the public.

 

National Safe Kids Campaign
1301 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Suite 1000
Washington, D.C. 20004
(202) 662-0600(202) 662-0600

Program that provides information materials to help increase awareness of the

problem of childhood injury; designs programs to be implemented in

communities to create a safer environment for children.

 
 

National Sudden Infant Death Syndrome Clearinghouse
2070 Chain Bridge Road, Suite 450
Vienna, VA 22182
(703) 821-8955(703) 821-8955, ext. 249

Clearinghouse that provides information and materials on SIDS, apnea, and

other related issues.

 
 

Washington Business Group on Health
777 North Capitol Street, NE, Suite 800
Washington, D.C. 20002
(202) 408-9320(202) 408-9320

Organization that provides information regarding current worksite health

promotion programs in American corporations, including bibliographies of low

cost and free materials; provides lists of vendors offering services.

    
 

 

EMPLOYEE MONTHLY HEALTH AND WELLNESS CALENDAR

Here is a monthly health and wellness calendar with links to health and wellness resources

for you to plan your New Year's resolution action items to take care of your health:

January

National Blood Donor Month

www.givelife.org

American Red Cross

1-800-GIVE-LIFE1-800-GIVE-LIFE

Cervical Cancer Awareness Month

www.cdc.gov/cancer/cervical/basic_info/

In the United States, one person every two seconds needs blood.

You can give blood every 56 days and it normally takes about 15 minutes.

February

American Heart Month

www.americanheart.org

March

Diabetes Awareness Month




April

Cancer Awareness Month

www.cancer.gov

The National Cancer Institute provides A-Z information about all kinds of cancers.

You can find the latest cancer research studies, facts and statistics about different kinds

of cancer by select groupings, and additional resources for the treatment and risk reduction

for certain types of cancer.

May

Healthy Vision Month

www.aoa.org

You should have your eyes examined at least every two years or more often if your

doctor recommends it. There are many ways to protect your vision like wearing sunglasses,

 using a non-glare screen on your computer monitor, wearing safety goggles during sports

or around hazardous work environments, and using adequate lighting while reading.

June

Home Safety Month

www.homesafetycouncil.org

June is the time for you to do some home safety evaluations and some home safety

precautionary action steps. Repair guardrails and patio railings that are lose or rotting.

Make sure slippery surfaces are covered with non-skid tape. Keep you home, garage,

closets, sheds, and play areas like yards, free of hazardous debris and chemicals that

are within reach of children. Place a screen over pool drains so children's hair does not

get sucked in and tangled in the drain. Replace the batteries and light bulbs in nightlights,

fire alarms, and flashlights. For more home safety tips, visit the web site above.

July

Summer Sun Safety Month

Did you know that one American dies every hour from skin cancer?

 http://www.cdc.gov/cancer/cervical/basic_info/



August

Immunization Awareness Month

www.cdc.gov/vaccines

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention regularly publishes a vaccine schedule

 for infants, children, teens, young adults, older adults, travelers, and vaccines needed

for adverse safety events. Optional vaccines, like the vaccine for the prevention of cervical cancer,

are also explained at the CDC web site above.

September

Take A Loved One to the Doctor Month

Grandparents Day September 13

www.hhs.gov

As people age, it becomes more difficult to remember and explain health and wellness concerns

with their doctor. It also becomes difficult to elderly people to understand any instructions their

doctor is giving them. Take time to help an elderly loved one by writing down questions they have

 for their doctor. Accompany them to the doctor and keep a journal of the doctor's instructions

 written in simple language. Keep your elderly loved one's doctor contact information on the refrigerator

 or by the phone in case your loved one needs to call with additional questions.

October

National Dental Hygiene Month

www.adha.org/oralhealth

Take it from the American Dental Hygienist's Association: fluoride is good for your teeth.

Click here to see more facts about how fluoride helps prevent tooth decay.

Did you know that you should start taking your child to the dentist at around age one? Your teeth are the only part of the human body that if taken care of, will not deteriorate. Ask your dentist about sealant

applications to protect the chewing surfaces of your child's teeth. Also learn about baby bottle tooth decay,

which occurs when teeth are exposed to sugar-containing liquids for long periods of time.

November

American
Diabetes Month

www.diabetes.org

Diabetes in children is a national crisis. If your child has any of the following type 2
diabetes symptoms,

you should see your family doctor right away:

Frequent urination
Increased fatigue
Irritability
Excessive thirst
Extreme hunger
Blurry vision
Unusual
weight loss

December

Stress Reduction Month

www.apa.org/topics/

The holidays are always a stressful time of year. Whether you suffer from stress, anxiety,
depression,

or a variety of other health and wellness disorders that interfere with your holiday season,

you can get help. Remember to take some extra time for yourself each day during the holiday season.

Do something that is only for you. Do not plan more than you can accomplish. Plan healthy meals

and snacks over the holidays. If you need additional information about ways to handle stress,

visit the American Psychological Association link above and talk to your family doctor.

    

Additional Observations


Eye Injury Prevention

American Academy of Ophthalmology
P.O. Box 7424
San Francisco, CA 94120-7424
(415) 447-0213(415) 447-0213
(415) 561-8533 Fax
eyemd@aao.org
www.geteyesmart.org/eyesmart/injuries/index.cfm
Materials available

Home Eye Safety
Prevent Blindness America
211 West Wacker Drive, Suite 1700
Chicago, IL 60606
(800) 331-2020(800) 331-2020
(312) 363-6001(312) 363-6001
(312) 363-6052 Fax
info@preventblindness.org
www.preventblindness.org
Materials available
Contact: PBA Consumer and Patient Hotline

National Disability Employment Awareness
Office of Disability Employment Policy
U.S. Department of Labor
Frances Perkins Building, Room S-1303
200 Constitution Avenue NW
Washington, DC 20210
(866) 633-7365(866) 633-7365
(202) 693-7880(202) 693-7880
(202) 693-7888 Fax
(202) 693-7881(202) 693-7881 TTY
www.dol.gov/odep
Materials available

National Down Syndrome Awareness
National Down Syndrome Society
666 Broadway
New York, NY 10012
(800) 221-4602(800) 221-4602
(212) 979-2873 Fax
info@ndss.org
www.ndss.org
Materials available
Contact: Educational Services

National Medical Librarians
Medical Library Association
65 East Wacker Place, Suite 1900
Chicago, IL 60601
(312) 419-9094(312) 419-9094 x11
(312) 419-8950 Fax
mlams@mlahq.org
www.mlanet.org/resources/nml-month/index.html
Materials available

National Physical Therapy
American Physical Therapy Association
1111 North Fairfax Street
Alexandria, VA 22314-1488
(800) 999-2782(800) 999-2782
(703) 684-2782(703) 684-2782 x3248
(703) 706-8578 Fax
public-relations@apta.org
www.moveforwardpt.com
Materials available
Contact: Public Relations Department


Sudden Infant Death Syndrome Awareness
First Candle/SIDS Alliance
1314 Bedford Avenue, Suite 210
Baltimore, MD 21208
(800) 221-7437(800) 221-7437
(410) 653-8226(410) 653-8226
(410) 653-8709 Fax
info@firstcandle.org
www.firstcandle.org
Materials available

Mental Illness Awareness
National Alliance on Mental Illness
3803 North Fairfax Drive, Suite 100
Arlington, VA 22203
(800) 950-6264(800) 950-6264 Helpline
(703) 524-7600(703) 524-7600
(703) 524-9094 Fax
info@nami.org
www.nami.org
Materials available


Drive Safely To Work

Network of Employers for Traffic Safety
344 Maple Avenue West, #357
Vienna, VA 22180
(888) 221-0045(888) 221-0045
(703) 273-6005(703) 273-6005
(703) 273-7122 Fax
nets@trafficsafety.org
www.trafficsafety.org
Materials available

International Stuttering Awareness

Stuttering Foundation of America
1805 Moriah Woods Boulevard, #3
P.O. Box 11749
Memphis, TN 38111-0749
(800) 992-9392(800) 992-9392
(800) 967-7700(800) 967-7700
(901) 761-0484 Fax
info@stutteringhelp.org
www.stutteringhelp.org
Materials available

Diabetic Eye Disease
Prevent Blindness America
211 West Wacker Drive, Suite 1700
Chicago, IL 60606
(800) 331-2020(800) 331-2020
(312) 363-6001(312) 363-6001
(312) 363-6052 Fax
info@preventblindness.org
www.preventblindness.org
Materials available
Contact: PBA Consumer and Patient Hotline

Foot Health Issues Related to Diabetes Awareness
American Podiatric Medical Association
9312 Old Georgetown Road
Bethesda, MD 20814
(301) 581-9200(301) 581-9200
(301) 530-2752 Fax
www.apma.org
Materials available

National Hospice Palliative Care
National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization
1731 King Street
Alexandria, VA 22314
(800) 646-6460(800) 646-6460
(703) 837-1500(703) 837-1500
(703) 837-1233 Fax
jradulovic@nhpco.org
www.nhpco.org
Materials available

National Stomach Cancer Awareness
No Stomach For Cancer, Inc.
9202 Waterside Drive, #203
Middleton, WI 53562
(608) 335-0241(608) 335-0241
info@nostomachforcancer.org
www.nostomachforcancer.org
Materials available

Get Smart About Antibiotics
Division of Bacterial Diseases
National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
1600 Clifton Road NE, MS-C23
Atlanta, GA 30333
(800) CDC-INFO (232-4636)
(404) 639-3636(404) 639-3636
(404) 639-3970 Fax
djohnson13@cdc.gov
www.cdc.gov/getsmart
Materials available

Prematurity Awareness
March of Dimes Foundation
1275 Mamaroneck Avenue
White Plains, NY 10605
(914) 997-4488(914) 997-4488
(914) 997-4763 Fax
askus@marchofdimes.com
www.marchofdimes.com
Materials available
Contact: Pregnancy and Newborn Health Education Center

Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease Awareness
International Foundation for Functional Gastrointestinal Disorders
P.O. Box 170864
Milwaukee, WI 53217-8076
(888) 964-2001(888) 964-2001
(414) 964-1799(414) 964-1799
(414) 964-7176 Fax
iffgd@iffgd.org
www.aboutgerd.org/site/about-gerd/gerd-awareness-week
Materials available
 

Safe Toys and Gifts

Prevent Blindness America
211 West Wacker Drive, Suite 1700
Chicago, IL 60606
(800) 331-2020(800) 331-2020
(312) 363-6001(312) 363-6001
(312) 363-6052 Fax
info@preventblindness.org
www.preventblindness.org
Materials available
Contact: PBA Consumer and Patient Hotline

World AIDS

World AIDS Campaign
Van Diemenstraat 192
1013 CP Amsterdam
THE NETHERLANDS,
+31 20 616 9045+31 20 616 9045
info@worldaidscampaign.org
www.worldaidscampaign.org/en/
Materials available


National Handwashing Awareness

Henry the Hand Foundation
11714 U.S. Route 42
Cincinnati, OH 45241
(513) 769-3660(513) 769-3660
dr.will@henrythehand.com
www.henrythehand.com
Materials available


 

    
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