March – June 2014
Join Sam’s Club as they provide health and wellness screenings. In March, the following screenings will be available: Allergy Allergy, Blood Pressure, Body Mass Index, Vision Screening/Testing.
To find a screening center near you, visit their website.
The Men’s Health and Wellness Center, along with Georgia Urology and Northside Hospital is conducting a KNOW YOUR NUMBERS preventive health screening program for men (spouses are invited). Screening for the 5 major areas of potential health problems with men as they age will be provided:
- Blood Pressure (Hearth health and risk of stroke)
- Cholesterol Levels (Heart health and risk of stroke)
- Body Mass Index (Heart health and risk of stroke)
- Blood Glucose (Diabetes risk)
- PSA and prostotate exams (Prostate cancer risk)
All men over 40 should know their baseline numbers in each category.
Registration required: All screenings are free, but registration is required to ensure your slot, since only the first 100 can be accommodated in this timeframe.
This 3-day intense training is for individuals wanting to be certified as Facilitators of the Fatherhood Is Sacred™ and Motherhood Is Sacred™ curriculum.
This curriculum provides individuals and agencies the knowledge and skills to implement a 12-week program that assists fathers, mothers, and families to fully realize their potential. The curriculum offers participants the opportunity to gain a deeper understanding of the importance of responsible fatherhood as reflected in Native American values and beliefs.
This is the first of four regional seminars designed to encourage and promote responsible fatherhood and the strengthening of families.
Cost: $100.00 **$25.00 discount for active certified facilitators
Seminar Topics: Fatherhood Is Sacred™ • Strengthening Relationships • Addressing Family Violence • Grandparents Raising Grandchildren • Anti-Bullying and Internet Safety
Who Should Attend: Fathers; mothers; fatherhood groups; community and grassroots representatives; tribal leaders; courts; criminal justice; early childhood providers; schools; behavioral health, mental health, and social/family servcies providers; faith-based organizations; native and non-native professional and para-professionals working with Native fathers and families.
Crowne Plaza Sacramento Northeast
5321 Date Avenue Sacramento, California 95841
To register or for more seminar information, please contact NAFFA at (480) 833-5007 or via email at email@example.com.
The Massachusetts Medical Society is sponsoring our annual symposium on Men’s Health on 6/11/14.