The public is invited to the resource fair, where a number of companies will be providing information and demonstrations. There will be two agencies enrolling people in health insurance: WithinReach and Community Health Clinics. Specialists will be available to answer questions and help them walk through the process.
On-campus resources will be providing blood-pressure checks, body mass index (BMI) analysis, as well as information for a variety of services and resources on campus, including the Counseling and Resource Center, the Veterans Resource Center, Services for Students with Disabilities, and Organizational Development and Employee Training’s LiveWell program.
In addition, there will be campus resource partners, hands-on health and wellness activities, and information booths from businesses such as the YMCA and Trader Joe’s.
The Snohomish Health District-HIV program will also be available for private sexually transmitted disease testing.
“Health and wellness is a top priority at Edmonds Community College,” said Matt Munson, Wellness and Health Promotion Project Coordinator. “We want to support students, employees, and the public to become active partners in their own well-being.”
For more information, email Matt Munson at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 425-640-1756.