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Health Equity for Lancaster

Health Equity Lancaster



January 6th - February 10th

COVID-19 & Flu Vaccinations with live music every Friday

Our Lineup

1/6: Miss A &  Jon Bold
1/13: Aniah & Swimgood
1/20: Thunda Khatt & A. Rose
1/27: Jazz White & Mister Motivation
2/3: J Rose & Worldwide Wednesday
2/10: Shores 0f Rico & Sir Dominique Jordan
*Community services also being provided

Health equity is achieved when every person has the opportunity to “attain his or her full health potential” and no one is “disadvantaged from achieving this potential because of social position or other socially determined circumstances.” Health inequities are reflected in differences in length of life; quality of life; rates of disease, disability, and death; severity of disease; and access to treatment.

Community Services

Provided by Representative Mike Sturla’s office

The following services will be provided aat the festival Jan 21, Jan 28th, and February 11th. If interested in applying, it is recommended to use the links below to know what may be required to bring.

Please bring proof of income, disability status (if disclosed), bank statement, utility bills ( docs may be required, please click the link below for more information.

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If this is your first time applying, you will need proof of income, and current electric/gas utility bill,

If you have filed before, please bring proof of income, registration card that’s mailed to your homes, and current electric/gas utility bill.

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Emergency Rental Assistance Program (ERAP)

TenFold's ERAP ( Emergency Rental Assistance Program) will be avaible for the community to access for their records on Jan. 21, Jan 28th, Feb 4th, and Feb 11th.

“Why Did I Get Vaccinated?”

Community members share the impact of the COVID 19 pandemic on their personal and professional lives. Building Trust, Saving Lives video series was created and funded by Patients R Waiting and distributed by Lancaster General Hospital through a grant from Pfizer Inc.

Play Video about Kyonna Bowman

I made the decision, not just for myself, but for my family, my community, for the kids I serve every single day

- Kyonna Bowman, The Mix, Lancaster

The idea and importance of being vaccinated as a person of color is bigger than ever. It’s one of those things we can do to protect our own, what we can do to protect our family, our friends, our community.

- Nicole Bumgardner, Penn Medicine LGH
Play Video about Nicole Bumgardner, Penn Medicine LGH
Play Video about Kevin Ressler, CEO United Way
Play Video about Shayne Meadows
Play Video
Play Video about Willonda McCloud

about the Covid-19 Vaccine

You should get tested for Covid if you develop a fever, have a dry cough, or experience shortness of breath. It is also important to get tested if you have been in close contact with someone who has been diagnosed with Covid.

It is important to be aware of the signs and symptoms of the virus so that you can seek medical attention if necessary. 

Yes.  You can still contract covid-19 if you are vaccinated.

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