The Harris Health participates in numerous community health fairs throughout the greater Houston area. By partnering with local organizations, we aspire to raise health awareness and promote access to healthcare in our community.
What is a community health fair?
A community health fair is an event where local organizations have an opportunity to distribute health information to the public at booths and/or to provide health screenings. Health fairs increase awareness by educating families, promoting positive health behaviors, and encouraging early detection and treatment of disease. The public can learn about healthcare resources and apply for assistance programs.
How to plan your community health fair
Visit the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's health fair planning guide.
If you would like a list of local service providers and organizations, e-mail: email@example.com.
How can my organization participate in a health fair?
Please see the Harris Health's Events Calendar and contact the event organizer.
Service organizations willing to share their contact information for participation in local community health fairs can submit the Service Organization Contact Form. We will share your contact information with local event coordinators upon their request.
For more information or questions, please call the Harris Health health fair coordinator at 713-566-6718 or by e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.