April 16, 2020
The Paso del Norte Health Foundation invites you to join us at the next Wellness Wednesday Facebook Live Q&A. This is brought live to you each Wednesday to discuss different health topics and how it relates to COVID-19, your loved ones and you.
Wednesday, April 22, 2020
Paso del Norte Health Foundation’s Facebook page
This week’s topic will focus on the Health Foundation’s Healthy Kids Initiative. Bianca De Leon, Program Officer for the Paso del Norte Health Foundation will discuss resources for kids and parents to stay connected while at home. Andrea Gates-Ingle, Executive Director/Co-Founder of Creative Kids Inc will share how Creative Kids is offering virtual programming opportunities amidst the stay home orders.
They will also answer your questions about community resources, needs and how you can help others who are in need during this global health crisis.
We encourage you to submit your questions early in the comments section of our Facebook Live and we will answer as many as possible during this 15 minute live session.
Make sure to visit EPcovid19.org. This Information hub was created by Paso del Norte Health Foundation to help the community find valuable resources to help get through the current health crisis. There are links and other resources for parents, students, businesses, mental health needs and lots more.
Make plans to join us!
Previous Facebook Live streams:
Wednesday, April 8, 2020 – Facebook Live Q&A about mental health, dealing with anxiety or depression with Enrique Mata, senior program officer, Paso del Norte Health Foundation https://www.facebook.com/PdNHFoundation/videos/175239080228092/
Wednesday, April 15, 2020 – Facebook Live Q&A about healthy eating active living with Jana Renner, program officer, Paso del Norte Health Foundation, Warren Goodell of Kelly Center for Hunger Relief and Krysten Aguilar of La Semilla Food Center. https://www.facebook.com/PdNHFoundation/videos/2912851608809010/UzpfSTE3MTMzMDA4OTU5NjI1MTozMDQ2OTg5Nzk4Njk2OTE4/
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