After gathering and analyzing census tract data from FLHealthCHARTS.com, the DOH-Duval identified partner agencies and DOH-Duval programs that could provide services relating to career development, food insecurity, home repair, housing, jobs and job training, and youth services. They held a Block Party on February 3 in the North Point neighborhood near DOH-Duval’s Children’s Dental Center. Precision Imaging performed 18 mammograms, A New DEAL Diabetes Program performed 71 diabetes risk assessments, River Region performed 40 HIV tests and UF Health provided hands-only CPR training. Additionally, staff distributed 300 bags of groceries (donated by Farm Share), 16 bicycles (donated by MWUGL of Florida) and 93 bicycle helmets (donated by the Health Planning Council). A total of 15 attendees signed up to be pre-certified for the WIC Program. Councilwoman Katrina Brown, District 8, and Tony Hill, Director of Community Outreach and Field Operations for Congressman Al Lawson, attended the event.