Sponsors, donors and vendors are needed for the Men of Redan’s inaugural health fair on Nov. 5 at Redan High in Stone Mountain.
Individuals and families can get free health screenings and free food at Community Outreach Day on Oct. 29 at Recovery Consultants of Atlanta Community Health Center in Decatur.
Smokers who need help to break the habit can attend the free Quit Smart Program at Kaiser Permanente Panola Medical Center in Lithonia.
Free health screenings and STD/HIV testing as well as fun activities will be available at the DeKalb Board of Health’s STD/HIV Haunted Maze health fair on Oct. 29 at the Exchange Park Recreation Center in Decatur.
Medicare recipients can get free options counseling on health and prescription drug plans from the Georgia Department of Human Services’ GeorgiaCares program.
Eligible women can receive a free mammogram on Oct. 25 at A Crucial Catch Day – Screening Saves Lives at Oakhurst Medical in Stone Mountain.
October is National Bullying Prevention Awareness Month, which provides an opportunity for schools, communities and states to talk about the best ways to prevent bullying.
Kids and adults can participate in the 2Cute4Cancer breast cancer 5K fun walk/run fundraiser on Oct. 22 at Davidson-Arabia Nature Preserve in Lithonia.
Young people can learn about fitness, nutrition and driver safety at the Ryan Cameron Foundation Youth Health Fair on Oct. 22 at the Gallery at South DeKalb in Decatur.
A distinguished panel of doctors will discuss “Healthcare Disparities: The Industry and the Landscape” on Oct. 22 as part of the 17th annual Creating Opportunity Conference in Atlanta.
Award-winning educator and philanthropist Kimya Motley will share her story of survival on Oct. 19 at the sixth annual resource fair and symposium on domestic violence at the Maloof Auditorium.
Walkers and runners participating in the 2016 DeKalb Breast Cancer Awareness 5K on Oct. 22 will help raise funding for the Oakhurst Medical Centers Inc.
Dr. Jean Matthew Kunjummen of Emory University will discuss the importance of mammograms and early detection at the Oct. 19 meeting of the Greater Lithonia Chamber of Commerce in observance of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Five DeKalb schools, built between 1935 and 1955, have elevated levels of lead in the water coming from some of their pipes, and the DeKalb School District has established a "Lead-In-Water-Testing" Hotline to answer parents questions.
Victims and survivors of domestic violence will be honored at the 25th annual Candlelight Vigil on Oct. 20 on the Decatur Square.