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Community Partners and Events 

Featured Partnerships and Events

May is National Asthma and Allergy Awareness Month

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During Asthma and Allergy Awareness Month, East Hill is partnering with the Cayuga County Health Department to raise awareness about the County's Healthy Neighborhoods Program (HNP). This no-cost program works to reduce risks within homes related to fire and injury, asthma, lead poisoning, and indoor air concerns. Targeted areas include the City of Auburn, the Towns of Conquest, Mentz, Montezuma, Throop and the Village of Port Byron.  The County Health Department partners with the Auburn Fire Department to conduct in-home assessments at NO-COST to ensure individuals are living in a healthy environment. Every participant receives a generous bucket of cleaning and safety supplies, and other items based on need such as fire extinguishers, smoke detectors, grab bars, stair treads and more. This program is available to homeowners and renters. Learn more online or download a program brochure for more information. Call 315-253-1560 to make an appointment or speak to County staff about the program. 
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Community Baby Shower
May 17 from 11 am to 1 pm at Booker T. Washington Community Center

Look for our table at the 1st annual Community Baby Shower organized by Healthy Families of Cayuga County      The Community Baby Shower is an opportunity for pregnant women and their partners, as well as new parents, to get connected to valuable resources in their community. The event will focus on educating families about pregnancy, birth, and parenthood.  
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Save the Dates! Healing & Hardcovers
May 20 and July 22 at 6 pm, Seymour Library

Join Jessica Charbonneau, Licensed Clinical Social Worker at East Hill Medical Center's Inner Wellness behavioral health department for this unique therapeutic book club in partnership with Seymour Library in downtown Auburn. A variety of mental health related topics including wellness and self care will be discussed. Free and open to the public. Books available for check-out with your library card!
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Recovery Speaks June 8, 11-3:30 pm, Nick's Ride 4 Friends, 13 Chapel Street
Look for our table at Nick's Ride 4 Friend's 3rd Annual Recovery Speaks event at 13 Chapel Street. Hangry Happenings food trailer, live music by Jess Novak from 12-1:30 pm, raffles, stories of experience, strength and hope.
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Community Health Screening June 8
11 am to 2 pm at Booker T. Washington Community Center

Join us for a no-cost Community Health Screening from 11 am to 2 pm at Booker T. Washington Community Center. Participants will receive a personalized health record with screening results for cholesterol, diabetes, weight, height, and BMI. COVID-19 vaccinations. Health promotional items, raffles and lunch for participants. Raffles to be drawn at the Black Men's Health Panel June 10 at Auburn Public Theater (must be present to win). **Transportation provided by Free 'EM Ministries, Inc. throughout the day. Multiple pickup locations!
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Men's Health Panel June 10
5:30 pm - 7 pm at Auburn Public Theater

Join us for a Men's Heath Panel discussion at Auburn Public Theater on June 10. Hear from community members William E. Berry, Jr., Ted Freeman, Robert Wilson, Brian Muldrow, Demtrius Murphy, and Dr. Adam Duckett. . Be part of a vital conversation that directly impacts our community’s well-being. Meet and Greet from 5:30 pm to 6 pm followed by panel discussion. Raffles will be drawn from the June 8 Community Health Screening. 
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Join Jessica Charbonneau, Licensed Clinical Social Worker at East Hill Medical Center's Inner Wellness behavioral health department for this therapeutic support group for non-parental caregivers from 5-6 pm on the 3rd Monday of each month. This group is designed to support the physical and mental health of non-parental caregivers through education, development of coping strategies, peer support and connection, addressing caregiver fatigue, and helping to access resources and services. There is no cost to participate and childcare is available with advanced notice by calling 315-253-8477 Prompt 6.
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Look for our table at Auburn PRIDE June 1 and CNY PRIDE June 22!
East Hill Medical Center proudly represents our staff and our many patients that are members of the LGBTQIA+ community. East Hill and its practices are a safe and supportive place for members of the LGBTQIA+ community to go for care in Central New York.  
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