"Love Your Heart" Community Health & Resource Fair

February 3, 2021 10:00 AM

"Love Your Heart" is an annual event in which organizations join together to provide FREE blood pressure screenings to the public near Valentine's Day.

The event brings together community partners to prevent heart disease and stroke and empowers the public to take control of their heart health, know their blood pressure numbers, and know what they mean.

High blood pressure is the most common underlying condition identified in San Diego County’s COVID-related deaths. The best way to know if you have high blood pressure is to have it checked, as there are often no warning signs or symptoms to tell you something is wrong.

Please join us at the next Community Health & Resource Fair (*San Diego County Approved Event). Every 1st Wednesday of the month, community partners will be providing a variety of essential health screening services, resources and food distribution. Hosted by the Multicultural Health Foundation in partnership with Many Shades of Pink, A Healthier Me, Kaiser Permanente, Scripps, SHARC, and Concorde Career Colleges!

The next event is:

Wednesday - February 3rd, 2021

10am - 3:00pm

Jackie Robinson Family YMCA

151 YMCA Way, San Diego, CA 92102

❤️  Blood Pressure Check + Free Monitor

❤️  Rapid COVID Testing

❤️  Diabetes Screening

❤️  Mammogram (Must RSVP, for women age 40+ who haven't had a mammogram within the past 12 months.)

❤️  Flu & Hepatitis A Vaccine

❤️  HIV & Hepatitis C Testing

❤️  Food Distribution

For Questions or inquiries, please contact:

Dr. Suzanne Affalo (619)535-8135

Wendy Shurelds (619)937-2041

*Numerous safety measures will be implemented and enforced, including temperature check, COVID screening questions, facial covering and 6ft social distancing.


Together Against COVID is an initiative led by the Multicultural Health Foundation (MHF) in partnership with the County of San Diego. MHF's mission is to bring health justice and wellness to the multicultural communities of San Diego County by focusing resources on the most vulnerable populations with community-based wellness strategies, social-clinical interventions, and research that will lead to the elimination of racial and ethnic health disparities. For more information, please contact us at (619) 915-6734.