Access Community Health Network

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Access Community Health Network
Access Community Health Network is listed in the Clinics Medical category in Melrose Park, Illinois. Displayed below are the social networks for Access Community Health Network which include a Facebook page, a Linkedin company page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Access Community Health Network on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 0.

Contact information for Access Community Health Network is:
8321 W North Ave
Melrose Park, IL 60160
(708) 681-2298
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It's a nice day to visit ACCESS Westside Family Health Center from 1:00 pm until 2:30 pm. The Fresh Truck from the Greater Chicago Food Depository will be there and community members can get FREE fruits and vegetables. The address is 3752 W. 16th St. For more information, call 773.762.2435.


TODAY from 1 pm until 2:30 pm, the Fresh Truck @FoodDepository will be at ACCESS Westside, 3752 W. 16th St. Free fr†twitter.com/i/web/status/8…


RT @AmericanHeartOC: #WednesdayWisdom #WeAreHeart https://t.co/orlLOwv8DU


TODAY until 10:30am FRESHTruck @FoodDepository ACCESS Grand Boulevard, 5401 S. Wentworth Ave., Free fruits and vege†twitter.com/i/web/status/8…


Breakfast may be the key to lowering your risk of heart disease. Find out why via: @HuffingtonPost huff.to/2klX9kB

Make sure to plan your meals and snacks ahead of time and incorporate breakfast into your daily eating routine. Eating breakfast every day may help lower the risk of heart disease. Learn more about how breakfast leads to a reduced risk of heart disease and see some hints on daily eating routines.
“When we eat may be important to consider, in addition to what we eat."


We are committed to healthy babies & we work both inside and outside of our health centers to help make this happen. everthriveil.org/news/black-his…

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Thank you EverThrive Illinois for highlighting the work of another one of ACCESS' Maternal Child Health team members. ACCESS is committed to healthy babies, and we work both inside and outside of our health centers to help make this happen.
In honor of Black History Month, EverThrive Illinois​ is featuring profiles throughout the month of black leaders in maternal and child health. This week's feature leader is Tamela Milan - Access Community Health Network MCH outreach worker and Co-chair of Westside Health Start. Tamela is a testament to the impact of maternal and infant health services. She works to strengthen her community with experience as a healthy start participant, a passion for advocacy, and a fierce commitment to the moms and families she mentors. Read more about Tamela on our website -
In honor of Black History Month, EverThrive Illinois is featuring profiles of black leaders in maternal and child health.

Eating a balanced diet, regular exercise, checking your blood sugar regularly, and getting sufficient sleep each night can really make a difference in how long and how well you live with diabetes. Read more about the eleven things you can start doing TODAY for a healthier future with Type 2 Diabetes.
When you have type 2 diabetes, practicing healthy habits can help you live a long and a healthy life. Try these tips for a healthier future from Everyday Health.

Dating violence is becoming increasingly common among teenagers, so let’s try and stop it before it begins. Find out more about the teen dating violence warning signs and how ACCESS can help. With our wide range of behavioral health services and programs we can help you or someone you know who may be a victim of dating violence.
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