Colorado’s Largest Celebration of Health
More than 130 communities across Colorado will host a fair.
Attend a Family 9Health Fair this fall!
More than 135 locations hosted a fair this spring throughout Colorado.
9Health Fair and IntelliTec College have cancelled plans to host a 9Health Fair in Grand Junction in the spring of 2014 because the Grand Valley Health Fair announced its plans to host a fair in the same time frame.
Another opportunity to own your health is quickly approaching! 9Health Fair hosts Family 9Health Fair again this fall, beginning September 28 and continuing every weekend until November 3.
COPIC Medical Foundation awards 9Health Fair $20,000 grant for IT health project.
More than 140 communities are gearing up to host a 9Health Fair this spring!
Family 9Health Fairs for the whole family.
Scholarship recipients and new advocacy awards have been announced.
What's new for the 2012 9Health Fairs this spring?
Check out 9Health Fair's 2010 Annual Report.
Four Family 9Health Fairs are scheduled in October/November.
The Children’s Hospital and 9Health Fair's in the Classroom Program are working together to bring extensive educational programming to the youth of Colorado. Through the partnership, new opportunities for students will be developed and current programs enhanced.
The DEA has scheduled National Prescription Drug Take Back Day on Saturday, April 30, 2011, from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., to safely dispose of unused prescription drugs.
9Health Fair has been awarded the Colorado Trust grant for three years.
Here are some results from our 3rd Annual Feria de Salud in Commerce City.
Results from our 3rd Annual Feria de Salud in Commerce City.
Free and low-cost health screenings and education for the whole family.
Don't miss 9Health Fair's 2nd Annual "A Saucey Affair" fundraising event.
More than 162 screening locations are open in neighborhoods throughout Colorado.
More than 3,700 adults and children served at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park in Commerce City.
We have a growing volunteer base and are always developing new volunteer opportunities.
College in Colorado funded scholarships support ‘In the Classroom’.
Volunteer and get your key health numbers at Colorado’s largest, volunteer-driven, non-profit health fair program.
More than 2,700 adults and 1,000 youth learn about their health at first-time fair.
There is $40,000 in funding available to communities hosting a 2009 9Health Fair.
Free and low-cost health screenings and education, low-cost flu shots and children’s activities are being offered to families October 17, 18 and 19.
Record-setting participation and first-ever follow-up calls on colon cancer screenings highlights from fair.
$50,000 grant supports organization’s advances in technology and “information transportation”.
Alan D. Laff Scholarships support “In the Classroom” student leaders pursuing healthcare careers.
More than 20 free and low-cost health screenings and education will be offered.
New resources are available to support the growing program.
Community grants provide financial support to 28 communities.
Grants provide financial support to communities offering non-profit, health fair program.