Community Wellness Festival
The 24th annual Valley Health Community Wellness Festival will include
health screenings, learning and fun for all ages. The festival will be
held on Saturday, February 24, 2018, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. at Apple Blossom
Mall in Winchester.
We anticipate offering the following free or low cost screenings at the
- Blood Testing
- Blood Glucose
- Blood Pressure
- Heart Attack Risk
- Cardiovascular Disease
In addition to health screenings, more than 80 exhibitors will be participating
sharing important health and wellness information. The Festival also features
kids’ activities and
fitness demonstrations throughout the day.
These organizations have registered to participate in the 2018 Valley Health
Community Wellness Festival:
- AbbaCare Inc.
- ABC Chiropractic Inc.
- Access Independence
- AIDS Response Effort
- American Cancer Society
- Audiology Hearing Care Services
- Bridging the Gaps
- City of Winchester Department of Public Services
- City of Winchester Police Department
- Clarke County Lions Club
- CLEAN, Inc.
- Faith in Action
- Families Reaching Out Group
- First Light Home Care
- Five Star Home Health Care
- Frederick County Parks & Recreation
- Greater Winchester Area Parkinson's Support Group
- Healthy Families NSV
- Hilltop Inspirit Senior Living
- Home instead Senior Care
- Hunt County Health Care
- I'm Just Me Movement
- Life Catalyst
- Life Net Health
- Lifetime Wellness Associates
- Mary's Creative Health
- National Federation of the Blind
- Northern Shenandoah Valley Substance Abuse Coalition
- Northwestern CSB
- Our Health
- Quota International of Winchester
- Rehabilitation Practitioners
- Right at Home
- Selma Medical Associates
- Shenandoah Community Health Center
- Shenandoah University - Nursing
Shenandoah University - Pharmacy
- American College of Clinical Pharmacy
- APhA - Shenandoah University Chapter
- Kappa Psi pharmaceutical fraternity
- Phi Delta Chi pharmaceutical fraternity
- Student Chapter of Virginia Society of Health System Pharmacists (SVSHP)
- Sinclair Health Center
- Smiles of Virginia
- Spring Arbor Assisted Living
- Synergy Homecare
- The Laurel Center
- U.S. Health Advisors
- Valley Pediatric Dentistry
- Advance Directives Task Force
- Behavioral Health
- Cancer Care
- Chronic Disease Resource Center/COPD
- CPR Education
- Diabetes Management Program
- Heart Attack Risk Program
- Rehabilitation Services
- Urgent Care
- Valley Health Sleep Center
- Valley Medical Transport
- Valley Pharmacy
- Interventional Spine
- Metabolic & Bariatric Program
- Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
- Wellness & Fitness
- WMC Animal Assisted Therapy
- WMC Chest Pain Center
- WMC EECP/Advanced Valve & Aortic Center
- WMC Heart & Vascular
- WMC Medical Imaging
- WMC Neurosciences
- WMC Pulmonary
- WMC Volunteers
- WMH Nurse Aid Program
- Women and Children
- Victory in Balance
- Virginia Blood Services
- Virginia Brain and Spine Center
- Virginia Dental Hygienists' Association
- Winchester Family Health Center
How to recognize and respond to an opioid overdose
Saturday, February 24, 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Apple Blossom Mall, Winchester, VA
- Are you currently using or taking opioids such as heroin or prescription
- Are you a friend or family member of someone who currently uses or is taking opioids
- Are you interested in learning how to save lives?
- Are you interested in getting NARCAN medication free?
If you answered yes to any of these, consider attending the REVIVE! Training Event.
Advance registration is required. Use this link to register:
For more information contact Nancy Haden at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Be a Hunger Hero
Did you know hungry people are 2.9 times more likely to be in poor health,
and have a higher likelihood of chronic conditions?
Join the Valley Health Community Wellness Festival and the Blue Ridge Area
Food Bank in fighting hunger. We will be collecting food donations at
this year’s festival. Check out the Healthy Food Wish List for ideas,
and then be a Hunger Hero by bringing a non-perishable food item along
with you to the festival.
Healthy Food Wish List
All food donations should be non-perishable.
NO GLASS PLEASE.
- The most desirable items include proteins such as canned tuna, salmon or
chicken, peanut butter, almond butter, beans, and canned nuts.
- Low sodium, low sugar, and whole grain items are preferred.
- Dairy items such as canned, evaporated, or powdered milk are in high demand.
- Fruits and vegetables including 100% juice in boxes and cans, low- or no-
sodium canned vegetables, and fruits in light syrup or fruit juice.
- Boxed pasta, rice, cereal, canned soups and stews, and macaroni and cheese
are some other items that are always appreciated.
Information for health and wellness organizations interested in participating
in the 2018 Valley Health Community Wellness Festival:
Thank you for your interest in participating in the 24th annual Community Wellness Festival. Please download the information for
exhibitors provided below. Completed registration forms must be received
by January 24, 2018. If you have specific questions about the 2018 Community
Wellness Festival, including whether your organization fits the festival's
mission, please contact Michael Wade at