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Tribal Health and Wellness News

Annual Health Fair Brings Vendors and People BreaNWstWCPa’sn1c3tehArnAnwuaalIrnetenre-TsrsibaWl alk
Together Finding Ways To Become Healthier Hosted by Chehalis Tribe
Saturday, October 17
Child Support, Oakville Timberland Library, 10:00 AM to 2:30 PM
Various SPIPA programs, Rochester Chiropractic Community Center ~ Gathering Room
Center, Big Brothers Big Sisters of SW
Washington, SHIBA, Salish Integrative Oncology Registration will start at 10:00 AM
Care Center. Opening Prayer – Welcome at 10:30 AM

One of the busy tables was the Heal & Various Chehalis Tribal programs included Walk will start at 10:45 AM
Toes Therapeutic Reflexology, who gave the SDPI program which offered blood sugar Lunch starts at Noon
out free samples during the Health Fair. screening; Healthy Families Project; the Clinic
had information about eligibility guidelines, Cancer Survivor Speaker at 12:45 PM
registration packets, and assisted clients to Honoring Breast Cancer Survivors
sign up for the ACA; Chehalis Tribal Housing
Authority; Dental Clinic; and the NWWP offered Photo Booth - Fun, Fun! Show your Support!
information about the Breast and Cervical Door Prize Raffle (Lots of Good Stuff)
screening program.
All Walkers will get a T-shirt (While Supplies Last)
By Christina Hicks, CTWC Community
Wellness Manager Looking for Volunteers to help with the walk!

The Chehalis Tribal Health Fair was held on For more information about
Tuesday, September 15 from 10:00 AM to 3:00 the walk please contact:
PM at the Chehalis Tribal Community Center Christina Hicks,
Gym. It was a great day with 150 people walking Community Wellness
through the doors and leaving with a lot of good Manager at the CTWC
health information and goodies. 360-709-1741 or

This year we had 47 vendors participate with Information and resources are an Medication Prescriptions Changes
information ranging from Molina Health Care, important factor in learning about what is
Together!, Chehalis Community Services Office, offered by the vendors. Chehalis Tribal Wellness Center Patients
DSHS, Alzheimer’s Association, Lewis-Mason-
Thurston Area Agency on Aging, Olympic Some of the highlights were the Chehalis Tribal Medication from Geneva Woods (CHS) is now
AAA, DSHS Developmental Disabilities Behavioral Health Tsapowum, which had being delivered from Seattle. If you are needing
Administration, Washington State Division of “Goggles” that simulated a person who was medication pick up, please have your name put
drunk at various stages. Another busy table was on our pickup list NO later than 10:30 AM,
Vendors were available to share their the Heal & Toes Therapeutic Reflexology, free Monday through Friday.
resources with participants during the samples of reflexology sessions on the feet.
annual Chehalis Tribal Health Fair. Picking up from the pharmacy in Lacey will no
There was a free “Healthy Lunch,” with lots of longer be available, since medication are coming
door prize raffles throughout the day. from the Seattle location. We are working on
pick up alternatives in the Olympia area.
Thanks to the many programs that sponsored the
items, including The Lucky Eagle Casino. Thank Kirk’s CHS has changed their name to Geneva
you to all who participated and helped out. A Woods, You can call refills into 360-493-8614 or
special shout out to Philip Youckton, Leroy Boyd 360-456-5475. (Additional phone number added
and to the clinic staff who also helped out to from previous flyer).
make this annual event a success.
If you have any questions, please call the clinic at

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