2018 Health & Wellness Expo
2018 ANNUAL COMMUNITY
HEALTH & WELLNESS EXPO
August 4, 2018 - Gallatin, TN
The HBCU Wellness Project and West Eastland Church of Christ will host its Annual Community Health and Wellness Expo on Saturday, August 4, 2018 from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
The Expo will take place at the West Eastland Church of Christ at 342 W. Eastland Avenue, Gallatin, TN 37066.
Thanks to our sponsors, the Expo is open to the public and is free of charge.
This event is sponsored by the HBCU Wellness Project, West Eastland Church, Gallatin Police Department, Meharry Medical College, Regions, Urban League of Middle Tennessee and Learn CPR.
2018 Community Health and Wellness Expo Exhibitors*
Black Doulas of Middle Tennessee
Premier Mobile Diagnostics
Meharry Medical College Pediatrics
Meharry Medical College Family Medicine
Meharry Medical College Dental
Meharry Medical College HIV/AIDS Testing
Center for Women's Health Breast Cancer Education
Tennessee Nutrition and Consumer Education Program
Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program
The Coalition, Sumner County Anti Drug
Tennessee Department of Human Services
Pulmonary Function Testing
Kidney Function Testing
Tennessee Suicide Prevention Network
Virtual Dementia Tour
Meharry Child Safety Center
Purposed Life Counseling
Urban League of Middle Tennessee
Performance Food Group
Sumner County Human Services CHANT Program
(Community Health Access Navigation of Tennessee)
Tennessee Financial Associates
WE Church Ministries
RENU by Jillian
Children Are People
Raffles and Giveaways
Pack Back Giveaway
Food Giftcards Raffle
Child Safety Seat Raffle
*Confirmed Exhibitors. Check back weekly for updated exhibitor listing.
HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE 2017 HEALTH & WELLNESS EXPO
The HBCU Wellness Expo incorporated more than 33 vendors and community partners to host an community engagement event in the northern Middle Tennessee area. Resources including basic health screenings, job opportunities, educational, child-care services, life insurance pre-needs planning, disability services, social security information, and multiple on-site children activities were available.