A lot has changed during the pandemic. Make sure your kids stay healthy and safe.

Join us for a Family Health Fair on Thursday, July 29, 4 to 7 p.m. on the patio at 25 John A Cummings Way, Woonsocket.

There will be health resources for the entire family, including:

  • Food bags
  • COVID-19 vaccine (ages 12 and up)*
  • Schedule appointments for physicals
  • WIC enrollment
  • Health Insurance enrollment
  • Schedule dental appointments
  • COVID-19 protection kits
  • Naloxone distribution

Free to all while supplies last. Thank you to our premier event sponsor, Neighborhood Health Plan of Rhode Island.

*People age 12 to 15 must have the appropriate consent for the COVID-19 vaccine.


Thundermist Health Center



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