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Post by GalindoP » Mon Oct 15, 2012 3:11 pm

P.O Box 10570
Fort Wayne, IN 46853-0570

For release: October 15, 2012
Expires: Oct. 23, 2012
Media Contact: Jennifer Renner
(260) 399-4103

PUBLIC INVITED TO HEALTH FAIR CANI (Community Action of Northeast Indiana), along with partners Parkview Hospital, and Hoosier Healthwise providers: MDwise, Managed Health Services, and Anthem, is hosting a free health fair from 4-7 pm Oct. 23rd at the Boys and Girls Club of Fort Wayne, 2609 Fairfield Ave.

The goal of the event is for families to become familiar with their Hoosier Healthwise insurance programs and the services they offer. Additional services will include community resource information and free FluMist vaccines for eligible children 2-18 years of age. Health education will focus on the importance of “well-child visits” and immunizations for children, and how to use the primary doctor for routine illness and when to use the emergency room. Dinner and door prizes will be provided. Attendees are asked to bring their Hoosier Healthwise cards.

CANI helps communities, families, and individuals remove the causes and conditions of poverty.

For more information about CANI and the services provided, see


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