Navos hosts Annual Community Health Fair in Burien


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On Thursday (May 12), Navos’ Annual Community Health Fair took place in Burien at their Mental Health & Wellness Center, located at 1210 SW 136th Street.

More than 20 non-profits and local businesses – including United Healthcare, Molina Healthcare of Washington and Gay City Health Project – joined Navos for this annual community health education event. Susan G. Komen Puget Sound provided free mammograms for low-income community members.

This year marks the 50th anniversary of Navos’ founding, and together with legacy partners Seattle Children’s Home and Ruth Dykeman Children’s Center, Navos has provided more than 275 years of service to vulnerable children, families and adults in our community.  Navos has proudly evolved to create a comprehensive continuum of care to meet the specialized treatment needs of young children, adolescents, young adults, and older adults who represent diverse cultures and backgrounds.

Navos is committed to providing innovative, trauma-informed care that addresses the holistic needs of each client. Every day, Navos delivers hope, healing and wellness to help clients reach their full potential for recovery and self-sufficiency, and ensure they lead productive, healthy lives.  Navos is an employer, provided and community partner that promotes diversity and champion’s inclusion for all.

Learn more at navos.org

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