Get free HIV testing, free Narcan kits, free condoms and more at a free-to-attend 'pop up' health fair this Saturday in Tonawanda.

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The Erie County Department of Health and Erie County Opiate Epidemic Task Force will hold a pop-up community health event on Saturday, August 8 from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. at Niawanda Park in Tonawanda, near the police station.

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There will be distribution of free face masks and hand sanitizer, free Narcan boxes, free condoms, sexual health information, smoking and tobacco use cessation info, Erie County Cancer Services Program – Colon, Cervical, Breast Cancers - info, free HIV Testing, other services and information, according to a press release from the Erie county Department of Health. You can get more details here.

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According to a press release sent to me, the health fair will feature:
-Free on-site Narcan kits
-Free Emergency Narcan Boxes for businesses
-Free condoms
-Erie County Cancer Services Program information
-Sexual health information
-Smoking and tobacco use cessation information
-Free PPE (face masks and hand sanitizer as supplies last)
-Live Well Erie County Mobile Outreach Vehicle

The Erie County Department of Health has been hosting these great pop up health fairs around WNY. If you have some time, stop by and get some free resources and information.