This Saturday, join the community in learning about area resources, information, and exhibits at the Women’s Day Expo.
According to a press release, the Expo takes place this Saturday, June 25, in the Stroudsburg High School cafeteria from 10 AM to 1 PM. Due to COVID, this is the first event since 2019. The Expo will offer attendees a variety of products and services, including health screenings, free menstrual supplies, NARCAN training and distribution (with nearly 100 kits available to share with attendees), representatives from the Pennsylvania Department of Health, a 3D Mobile Mammography bus, blood pressure, and fall-risk screenings, artist exhibits, and more.
“We’re coming back better than ever and bringing in agencies and organizations who will be able to teach and assist people of all ages about different state-related and other local programs available to them and their families,” said State Representative Maureen Madden. “Despite the name, this isn’t just an event for women; all are invited to attend, as I’m confident all will find something of value at my upcoming Women’s Day Expo.”
Participating agencies and organizations include the Lehigh Valley Health Network, Carbon-Monroe-Pike Drug & Alcohol Commission, Metamorphosis Women’s Empowerment Initiative, Monroe County Meals on Wheels, Maternal and Family Health Services, NEPA Inclusive, Pocono Dad Project, Nurse-Family Partnership, Center for Advocacy for the Rights and Interests of the Elderly, Operation Chillout PA, Women’s Resources of Monroe County, Pocono Family YMCA, Pennsylvania Department of Health, League of Women Voters, St. Luke’s University Health Network, and PHEAA.
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