Social services network in Hayden to benefit the Copper Corridor

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A health fair is being planned for April in Hayden. (Mila Besich-Lira photo)

By Mila Besich-Lira

Along with several other community leaders, Hayden’s Senior Center director has been working to develop a Copper Corridor Social Services Network.

The group has been meeting for a few months and the purpose is to help the agencies who provide social services in the area to network and discuss how to further serve the communities of the Copper Corridor.

The group is planning on hosting the first ever regional health fair in April for the communities of the Copper Corridor.

The health fair will be held at the Hayden Town Hall on Saturday, Apr. 6. More details will be provided as the group confirms all details.

The network meets once a month for lunch and membership of the group includes health care providers, food banks, utility assistance, substance abuse prevention groups, hospice and home health care providers and other groups who provide social services to communities throughout the Copper Corridor.

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