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Free Tree Giveaway

Most U.S. heat deaths have been concentrated in poor, minority, and marginalized communities.

Fact: Columbus has the fastest-growing urban heat island in the country.

Walk with A Doc Returns to the Southside

Walk with A Doc Returns to the South Side

Join a FREE Walk with a Doc neighborhood walking club and take a STEP toward better health! Learn about a health topic from a local doctor, take a walk at your own pace & distance, meet new people, and earn some prizes, including one free t-shirt for each participant that attends 3 or more walks! …

Community Wellness Fair - May 14, 2022

Community Wellness Fair

A public event to promote healthy living on the Far South Columbus will take place on Saturday, May 14, 2022 from 10am – 1pm. The event will feature a fresh produce giveaway, live cooking demonstration, line dancing and salsa dancing, activities for kids and residents of all ages. Meet us at the fair! We’ll be …


Mental Health Crisis Center Planned

ADAMH CFO, Pat McLeon, presented the new mental health crisis center planned in Franklin County at the March meeting. The planned project hopes to break ground this summer on a site just southwest of downtown Columbus. The proposed site is centrally located and will be easily accessible to residents in crisis in far south Columbus …

Vaccine Clinics at the Library

Vaccine Clinics at the Library

The South High Branch is hosting a clinic on August 4th from 9-11:30. Individuals 12&Up can be vaccinated. Those opting for the Pfizer vaccine will be given a return date on August 25th.

Walk in For Recovery

If you or someone you know is struggling with addiction to drugs or alcohol, we are here to help. Walk in for Recovery sites can help asses your needs and quickly connect you to treatment. A mobile health clinic will also be available offering important health screenings and services. All services are free. For questions, call 614-645-6843. For the South Side, July 13 & 14 Walk in Recovery will be at Primary One Health Center at John Maloney, 1905 Parsons.