Park Forest, ILâ€”(ENEWSPF)â€”March 9, 2017.Â On Sunday, March 12, the South Suburban Health Alliance in partnership with Joliet Area/South Suburban Alumnae Chapter, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., hosts ourÂ 4th AnnualÂ Chat & Chew â€˜Love & War: All Isnâ€™t Fair.â€™ “Chat & Chew” is a discussion forum, where members of the community are invited to join us in a candid conversation about issues affecting women and girls in today society; and receive valuable health resources and information.
The event will be held on Sunday, March 6, at 223 Lux, 22315 Central Park in Park Forest, IL from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. The event is free and open to the public.
This yearâ€™s discussion will take a look at what makes a healthy relationship and the warning signs of abuse. Community participants will leave with information and resources to make help them make positive decisions regarding their lives, relationships and sexual health. Come and be a part of the conversation as we seek to uplift and support one another. This event is open to men and women. Registration is required. Space is limited. Free HIV/AIDS testing will be available along resources for alcohol and substance abuse, community health information and other resources targeted to women health needs.
National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day is a time each year when organizations and communities across the country come together to help women and girls take action to protect themselves and their partners from HIV â€“ through prevention, testing, and treatment.Â The South Suburban Health Alliance annually host Chat & Chew as a community HIV prevention educational forum and discussion to empower and support women in South Suburban Cook County;
The South Suburban Health Alliance (The Alliance) is committed to educate and empower individuals and communities impacted by or at risk for HIV/AIDS and other related health disparities through prevention, outreach and event programming; in collaboration with a broad base of community organizations, health departments, and South Suburban community members.
The event is free and open to the public. However, registration is required as space is limited.Â You can register here.
Source: South Suburban Health Alliance