Health fair exhibitors

A1 Nails

Special nail related care for senior citizens and their unique needs, but serving all ages

399-6262

Advanced Dental

Providing information about the importance of oral health

349-6522

Alaska Infrared

Home infrared imaging to monitor for potential health hazards

235-6838/399-7707

Alaska Kidney
Patients Association

Information about preventing kidney disease

333-2257

Alzheimer’s Resource of Alaska

Information about nutrition and aging, self-care for caregivers and disease prevention.  Complimentary memory screenings.

561-3313

American Cancer Society – Relay for Life

Information about cancer patient programs and resources

273-2081

Best Beginnings Homer

Information on early learning programs and services to help families live healthy lives

435-7101

Big Brothers Big Sisters

Information on how mentors help children succeed and make for a healthier community

235-8391

City of Homer – Recreation Program

Information on city trails, parks,, and community recreation program

435-3119

Cook Inlet Keeper

Information on private drinking water systems, common drinking water contaminants and how to test private wells

235-4068

Don Keller BSN Certified Advanced Rolfer

Combine Rolfing and laser therapy to provide a wellness opportunity in a non-surgical, non-drug approach for pain relief

250-1812

Eckankar

Expanding insights on your health and healing, whether physical, emotional or spiritual

235-5329

Food For Life

Plant-based cooking and nutrition

435-0803

Friends of K-Bay State Park/K-Bay Water Trail

Promoting getting active on Kachemak Bay by paddling, hiking, picnicking, camping etc.          

299-2265/235-6018

Hear-Say Audiology

Speech pathology and audiology — information on hearing and protection of hearing with hearing screenings and consultations

235-2381

Homer Animal Friends

Benefits of pet ownership as well as information about spay/neuter, pet owner responsibilities and animal welfare.

235-7729

Homer Dental Clinic

Information about dental health and appearance

235-8909

Homer Farmers Market

Take the first step in good heath by eating local grown; information about Quest and WIC programs

235-2973

Homer Kachemak Bay Rotary Club

Vision screenings; homerkachemakbarrotary.org

Homer Medical Center

Pediatric wellness including vaccination information and schedule.

235-8586

Homer Police Department

Wear fatal vision goggles to help reduce Minor Consumption of Alcohol and DUI; DARE (Drug Awareness & Resistance Education)

235-3150

Homer Prevention Project

Learn about activities to reinforce positive and healthy habits to reduce underage and binge drinking

235-0570

Homer Public Library

Information about literacy and lifelong learning through reading, play and creativity which are essential to health

235-3180

Homer Senior Citizens, Inc.

Healthy activities, classes and support groups to keep Seniors engaged in healthy independence

235-4555

Homer State Public Health

Information on height, weight and BMI measurements.  Lifestyle counseling.  Resources available for vaccine preventable diseases

235-8857

Hospice of Homer

Quality of life is the focus with information about end of life hospice support

235-6899

Independent Living Center

Information and referral for home and community based services.  

235-7911

Kachemak Bay Campus C.N.A. Program

Blood pressure testing

299-3494

Kachemak Bay Campus KPC/UAA – Nursing Program

Presentations on salt consumption and information on ways to make meals heart healthy

299-3012

Kachemak Bay Family Planning Clinic

Information for men and women on reproductive health checks, breast cancer screening, birth control, STD/HIV screening

235-3436

Kachemak Bay Lions Club

Free children’s eye exams

399-2085

Life Alaska Donor Services

Dedicated to increasing organ and tissue donations

562-5433

MAPP of the Southern Kenai Peninsula

Working together to improve community health through collective action to increase family well being

235-0570

Ninilchik Community Clinic

Tobacco cessation and behavioral health services on the peninsula

567-3370

Ohlson Mountain Mineral Springs H2O

Health benefits of drinking water without chlorine.  Free samples

299-4004/299-4058

Pharmanex

Eat well and focus on nutrient dense foods. Biometric scanner to demo skin carotenoids

491-3128

Prodigy Medical

CPAP machine and mask demonstrations

226-3400

South Peninsula
Behavioral Health Services

Information about services for developmental disabilities and ways to maintain mental wellness

235-7701

South Peninsula Haven House

Everyday Resilience: celebrating simple, concrete ways to create happier people and healthier families.

235-7712

South Peninsula Hospital

Info on hospital services and specialty clinics; sign up to access your electronic health record

235-8101

SPH – Diabetes Education

Staying active & eating healthy foods can help prevent and treat diabetes

235-0369

SPH – Flu
and Pneumonia Awareness

Stopping the flu is up to you; pneumococcal vaccinations prevent hospitalizations

235-0227

SPH – Imaging

Photos, streaming computer display of imaging procedures focusing on preventative screening.

235-0360

SPH – Laboratory

Blood draws; pick-up your test results from pre-fair testing

235-0338

SPH – Pediatric Therapy Candy Exchange

Kids can stay healthy by donating their Halloween candy to the troops abroad in holiday care packages

235-0372

SPH – Rehabilitation

1-minute step test that will help identify aerobic/cardiovascular conditions

235-0372

SPH – Sleep Center

Information on proper sleep being as important as diet and exercise for overall health.

235-7200

Sprout

Information about healthy childhood development                                                                                                                 

235-6044

SVT – Benefits Counselors

Outreach and eligibility staff to help you learn about different health benefits and services 

226-2228

SVT – Flu Shots

200 free flu shots administered by nurses from SVT Health & Wellness

SVT – Massage Therapy

The health benefits of massage, free chair massages from Melody Barrett

226-2228

SVT – Natural Medicine

Natural medicine and using it to stimulate the body’s ability to heal itself.

226-2228

SVT Health & Wellness

Integrated health, wellness and dental services for you and your family

226-2228

US Coast Guard Auxiliary – Homer Flotilla

Boating safety

299-0232

US Department of Veteran Affairs

VA staff and veteran representative to help vets enroll for VA health care, education and cemetery benefits

399-8065/257-5481

Vitamin D

Info about the importance of Vitamin D

299-3434

Yoga for Life

Yoga for a healthy body, mind and spirit

299-4073

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