Health Fair Partners 

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​VISION: Communities, schools, organizations and businesses working together to address the health disparities facing African, Asian and Latino Americans living in Arcadia, Duarte and Monrovia and encourage all families to live healthier lifestyles everyday.

​Our partnership with Inner Images and Every Woman Counts will provide women 40+ will the opportunity to get their annual mammograms on Saturday, September 17th during the fair.  Details are below.
1. Women who are low income 
2. Women who are uninsured
3. Women who have a PPO insurance 


SET for LIFE is now, SET for FAMILIES! Our added partners include several outreach ministries associated with Second Baptist Church, as well as local organizations who support our Vision!

City of Hope/ CCARE
City of Hope Community Benefit
Mission of Mercy
The Food Pantry
LiveStream Connection
Second's Gazette
Teens In Progress
Prison Ministry/ Angel Tree
Ixthus Productions
SET for LIFE was recognized by Monrovia Mayor Mary Ann Lutz and the City Council during council meeting. The recognition was for providing screenings and other resources for low income seniors and their families during the annual Healthing LIving for LIFE Expo. READ ARTICLE
SET for LIFE has also been featured in the City of Hope Winter 2013 publication for Zumba Fitness and Colorectal Cancer Screening Education Partnership. READ ARTICLE

2016 Public Service Announcement

More Workshop Coming

Mother Love's Healthy Dish Diabetes Awareness

Life Reimagined! What are the Possibilities

Lung Cancer,   It's Time. LEARN HOW TO BREAK THE CHAIN!

​​Superfoods to Increase Cancer Resistance  

​September is Prostate Cancer Awareness Month. Men, Learn Your Risk Factors!

+ Pulmonary Function Test
+ Blood Pressure 
+ Glucose
+ Cholesterol
+ Height/Weight
+ Body Mass Index
+ Mammograms

September 15 - Special thanks to Alinea Medical Imaging for stepping in with just 24 hours notice to provide free mammograms to low income women in our community. We truly appreciate your care for our community!

September 8, 2016 - Roosevelt Anderson, MD of City of Hope will teach a male only Prostate Cancer workshop at Health Fair.

September 2, 2016 - Western University  to conduct  medical screenings at  the annual health fair. 

August 30, 2016 - Thank you Arcadia's Best for publicizing the health Fair. Check us out!​

August 29, 2016 - Monrovia Unified School District Joins efforts to reach families for The 12th Annual Healthy FAMILIES for LIFE fair!


Alzheimer's Association
​Azusa Pacific University
Care 1st.
Cal American Water
​Chap Care
​​​City of Hope/CCARE
​CVS Health
Foothill Pregnancy Center
Foothill Unity Center
The Hear Center
Hands to Health
Monrovia Community Center
Mother Love
The Physical Edge
Western University
Yaya Fitness


These paid internships are sponsored by a grant from the Patron Saints Foundation. Learn More
Diane Kim  is a graduate of Arcadia High School and am currently attending USC as a senior. majoring in Business Administration. I have a passion for helping the community. I want to pursue a career in the marketing field and in non-profit work. I have not sorted out the details of my future, but am hopeful that interning for SET for LIFE will give me a better picture of what I want to do. I am currently soliciting vendors and sponsors for the fair. I am also responsible for marketing and promoting the health fair, and organizing and overseeing that the booths are running smoothly on the day of the event
Essence Barnes has four years of experience in case management and outreach with various mental health agencies along with three years of experience working with the Pasadena Unified School District as an after school teacher.  Essence graduated from Pasadena City College with an AA in social and behavioral sciences, and is currently attending Azusa Pacific University pursuing her BA in psychology. Her ultimate goal is to obtain her masters in social work so that she may become a licensed clinical social worker. Essence is serving a a Youth Coordinator Intern. Working with teens from the community to develop workshops and activities for teens to present at the health fair
​Sumayya Aasi is a talented and motivated recent graduate seeking to promote healthy lifestyles. She holds a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Public Health, from California State University, LA with a specialization in Community Health. She is passionate about working with diverse communities and is interested in helping underserved populations find the best health resources for their needs. Sumayya’s goals include pursuing graduate studies and working on key public health issues including health promotion, disease prevention, and health advocacy.. Sumayya serves as a Youth Coordinator. She is knowledgeable, resourceful, and has undertaken planning for the youth/teen component of the Annual Health Fair.