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CATA Hosts 16th Annual Community Health Fair

Thursday, April 02, 2015   (0 Comments)
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Thursday, April 2, 2015 

CATA Hosts 16th Annual Community Health Fair

Lansing, MI—CATA will host its 16th Annual Community Health Fair on Friday, Apr. 10, 2015 at the CATA Transportation Center from 9 a.m. to noon. This is a FREE event.  Co-sponsors joining CATA in this endeavor are the MSUCOM Community Integrated Medicine and the Tri-County Office on Aging. 

“We are pleased to see so many customers and residents take advantage of this community event each year,” remarked Sandy Draggoo, CATA CEO/Executive Director.  “Free health screenings can really make a difference in someone’s life. Thanks to the participating agencies and organizations, we are able to put those in need in touch with the right resources.”

Local health and human service organizations will be on hand to provide a variety of health screenings and services. Visitors can be screened for cholesterol, glucose, blood pressure levels, bone density, oral cancer and vision.  Other free services include public insurance enrollments, substance abuse, family planning services, mental health, nutrition education, senior services and a host of additional resources.                                                                                      

The CTC is located at 420 S. Grand Avenue in downtown Lansing, between Kalamazoo and Lenawee Streets.  The fair is accessible by bus—14 CATA routes serve the CTC during the event.  If you need a ride to the health fair, CATA Customer Service Representatives are available to assist with trip planning. Call 394-1000 for assistance. Spec-Tran customers should reserve rides in advance by calling 394-CATA (2282) or scheduling your trip at For a complete list of providers and services available at the CATA Community Health Fair, visit   


About CATA: Formed in 1972, the Capital Area Transportation Authority was twice voted the No. 1 transit system in America. CATA strives to provide a variety of quality transportation services that are safe, timely and cost efficient, responding creatively to the diverse mobility needs of the region and delivered by dedicated employees in a professional manner. CATA services are provided in accordance with Title VI, without discrimination based on race, color, national origin, or other prohibited basis. For all media inquiries, please contact above-named PIO.

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