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Photos: HHS hosts health fair on Hollywood Reservation

Wanda Bowers shows her almost completed card after visiting several of the booths. (Photo Damon Scott)

HOLLYWOOD – The Seminole Tribe’s Health and Human Services department (HHS) hosted a daylong health fair July 26 on the Hollywood Reservation.

Tribal members and employees filled the Howard Tiger Recreation Center to visit 22 booths representing tribal departments that were disseminating information, promoting healthy lifestyles and handing out goodies.

Departments with booths included the Center for Behavioral Health, Native Connections, AWARE (Advancing Wellness and Resiliency in Education), We Do Recover, Environmental Health, Culture, Boys & Girls Club, Seminole Fire Rescue, Emergency Management and more.

Information was available about nutrition, dental health, Elder Services, tribal pharmacies and clinics, and tribal health plans.

Representatives at each booth stamped a card that was given to participants after they visited.

Employees from the Center for Behavioral Health staffed a booth at the event. (Photo Damon Scott)
The We Do Recover program handed out information and goodies to attendees. From left to right are Sonja Buck, Charlie Tiger and Olivia Aquino. (Photo Damon Scott)
Hollywood Councilman Chris Osceola and Wanda Bowers attended the health fair. (Photo Damon Scott)
Ashley Garay, left, and Ashley Maurice staffed the AWARE booth at the health fair. (Photo Damon Scott)
Ulecia Green, left, and Magalie Pena both work in HHS health plan administration. (Photo Damon Scott)