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Sponsors

 community health networkeli lillyidohwish tv 
DiamondCommunity Health NetworkEli LillyIndiana Department of HealthWISH-TV
     
RubyEskenazi HealthIDOH HIV Prevention DivisionMarion County Public Health DepartmentMD Wise
     
SapphireCareSourceIndiana Family & Social Services AdministrationRadio One / Meijer 
     
EmeraldAnthem Managed Health Services  
     
PearlAscension / St. VincentCICOAFree EnterpriseRICOH
 Indiana State PoliceIU School of DentistryIU School of OptometryMarion County Public Health Dental
 ZTrip   
     
TopazAARPDana Farber Cancer InstituteHumanaIndiana Minority Health Coalition
 NAMINovartisUnited Health CareRegan Outdoor
 RocheVersiti 

Volunteer

Those interested in volunteering at the 2022 Indiana Black & Minority Health Fair can sign up using the volunteer portal.

An Access Indiana account is required to use the portal. Instructions for filling out the volunteer application on the portal can be found here.

Mobile Blood Drive Schedule

For people who are considering donating blood, please use the link below to schedule.

Friday 7/15: https://donate.indiana.versiti.org/donor/schedules/drive_schedule/141511

Saturday 7/16: https://donate.indiana.versiti.org/donor/schedules/drive_schedule/141512

Sunday 7/17: https://donate.indiana.versiti.org/donor/schedules/drive_schedule/155418

About the Indiana Black & Minority Health Fair

The goal of the Indiana Black & Minority Health Fair is to increase minority awareness of chronic diseases, such as diabetes, heart disease, stroke, hypertension and cancer, and how to prevent them. This goal is in-line with the Indiana Department of Health's mission to promote, provide and improve essential public health services.

The Indiana Black & Minority Health Fair also works towards raising public awareness of the health issues that disproportionately affect minorities. By tracking self-reported race, ethnicity, socioeconomic status, health behaviors and risk factors, researchers can determine causative agents or reasons that morbidity, chronic illness and mortality differ between particular racial and ethnic subgroups. This allows state health representatives to formulate programs to address these health disparities, and positively impact the health and well-being of the Hoosiers who attend.


Event Sponsor: Indiana Department of Health
For more information, call 317-232-3231, email INOMH@isdh.in.gov or visit Health: Home (in.gov)