northwest indiana fight breast cancer 5K walk gary indiana

NwIndiana Annual Fight Breast Cancer Walk

The global pandemic has not stopped Community HealthNet Health Centers (CHN) in moving forward in its mission to provide affordable health services to the communities they serve! Part of this includes special events, and they are excited to announce that they will be hosting our 20th Anniversary Breast Cancer Awareness 5K Walk on Saturday, September 26, 2020, at Marquette Park, 1 N. Grand Blvd. in Gary, Indiana in the beautiful Miller Beach Park! The walk will also take place virtually via Facebook live (

Whether you decide to walk in-person or virtually, registration can be completed at On-site registration will begin at 9:00 a.m. and the walk begins at 10:00 a.m.

CHN welcomes you to partner with us to celebrate breast cancer survivors while continuing to raise awareness around this aggressive disease. With your online registration comes the distinct honor of becoming an official fundraiser for this event. You will have a personal website page to share details of our Breast Cancer Walk with your family, friends, business and professional networks. You can also create a “in-person” or a “virtual” walking team.

Registration is only $25, and proceeds from this fundraiser will benefit CHN’s patient-centered programs and services, which include healthcare coverage for our underinsured and uninsured consumers, mammogram testing, health screenings and other behavioral and medical services offered by CHN.

“According to the American Cancer Society, about 276,480 new cases of invasive breast cancer will be diagnosed in U.S. women in 2020 and about 42,170 women will die from breast cancer,” said Dr. Janet Seabrook, Founder and CEO of Community HealthNet Health Centers. “Early detection is important to the health of women, and community health centers can have an active role in making sure that these women have access to appropriate medical care and health care insurance.”

Please feel free to share, post, or update to social media the event to others…the more, the merrier! Thank you for your consideration in partnering with CHN to make the 20th Anniversary Breast Cancer Awareness 5K Walk 2020 the greatest yet!

Community HealthNet Health Centers (CHN) is a 501c3 not-for-profit, Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) committed to providing quality, accessible and affordable healthcare. With six locations throughout Lake County, in Gary, Hammond, and Merrillville, the health center strives to service the medical and behavioral needs of all individuals and families regardless of their ability to pay. CHN provides comprehensive family medicine, behavioral healthcare, pediatrics, prenatal medical services, and vision and hearing assessments. CHN facilities are equipped to handle your primary care medical and behavioral needs Hosted by Community Healthnet health Centers of Northwest Indiana. 219-880-1190,


National Nutrition Month Diabetes healthy recipe HEALTHY EATING dining with diabetes
Healthy Lifestyle Changes

4 Safety Tips to Drink Responsibly this Summer4 Safety Tips to Drink Responsibly In the Summer
Tips to Avoid Getting Sick at the GymTips to Avoid Getting Sick at the Gym

Four Ways That Raw Honey Can Benefit Your SkinFour Ways that Raw Honey Can Benefit Your Skin

 healthy body cleanse toxins and irritants from your bodyCleanse Unhealthy Toxins Naturally
wine tasting e1584653315148How A Glass Of Wine is Good For Your Health!
cant shop household remedies save money substitutes

Stay at Home with these Home Remedies for Cleaning, Personal Hygiene & MORE!

Living Positively: Ways to Have More Gratitude in Every DayHow To Live Positively
Senior Health FairLet’s Make 2020 Healthier!

harvested health hepatic systemIs Your Body Clean on the Inside? – The Untold Truth
aching back e1586009554936Oh, My Aching Back 
National Nutrition Month Diabetes healthy recipe HEALTHY EATING dining with diabetes

Keep that New Years Resolution to Loose Weight
the truth about balding health and fitnessThe Truth About Balding
10 signs of alzheimers diseaseKnow the 10 Signs of Alzheimers


Sue Baxter