Join community members, health advocates, and producers of Urban Health Watch on Saturday, April 10 for a special movie viewing and community health discussion. The event is part of the Live Empowered! Diabetes Awareness Day, happening from 10 AM – 3 PM at The Urban League of Rhode Island, 246 Prairie Ave in Providence.
PROVIDENCE, RI – Here at Urban Health Watch, we know it’s not always easy to get our health information from experts and practitioners. Some of us are hands-on problem solvers, some of us like research projects, and some of us are visual learners. In recognition of and service to those in the third group, UrbanHealthWatch.net is hosting a special movie viewing and community health discussion on Saturday, April 10. The film and discussion will be part of the Live Empowered! Diabetes Awareness Day, happening from 10 AM – 3 PM at The Urban League of Rhode Island, 246 Prairie Ave.
Community members who come for the film will be encouraged to pursue screenings and consultations on-site from the experts who are part of the Diabetes Awareness Event. Those who attend for diabetes tests and information are encouraged to attend to learn additional strategies about staying healthy and to hear from another network of experts and providers.
The film will start at 11:30 AM, and this will be a chance to meet and greet with producers of Urban Health Watch and hear other pertinent news and updates on health care. There will also be free giveaways and healthy refreshments.
For more information about the April 10 movie event and Urban Health Watch, visit http://www.UrbanHealthWatch.net, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 401-497-5246. For more on the Live Empowered Diabetes Awareness event, visit the Community Datebook page of UrbanHealthWatch.net or contact Albert Whitaker, Associate Director Community Initiatives, American Diabetes Association, 617-482-4580 ext. 3469 or by email at email@example.com.
UrbanHealthWatch.net is a project managed by the Urban League of Rhode Island and edited by Reza Corinne Clifton, an award-winning journalist and multimedia producer. It is funded by the Rhode Island Prevention Block Grant, a program of the Rhode Island Department of Health and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Find us on Facebook. Join the discussions. Create the solutions.