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Get Free Pet Food and Medicals at the Fort Worth Fair


Susan Stamy prepares a bag of diapers and wipes for a mother while volunteering at the Community Crossroads diaper bank in July 2021. Community Crossroads is hosting a resource fair with free medical and vision screenings and other services on Tuesday .

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Tarrant County residents who need pet food, free haircuts, bus passes and more can get free services and information Tuesday at the Resource Fair and information from the Community Crossroads Outreach Center.

Services available include vision and medical screenings; COVID-19 vaccines for adults and children; HIV testing; haircuts; bus passes; and judicial services. Services are also available for pets, including pet sitting, vaccinations, food, and sterilization services. A free lunch will be offered in the Carrefour communautaire parking lot between 11:30 a.m. and 1 p.m.

Any Tarrant County resident interested in these services is invited, according to a press release from the First Presbyterian Church of Fort Worth. Community Crossroads is the missionary wing of the church and is located at 1516 Hemphill St. The resource fair will be open from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Tuesday.

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Ciara McCarthy covers health and wellness as part of Star-Telegram’s Crossroads Lab. The position is funded with assistance from the Morris Foundation. She came to Fort Worth after three years in Victoria, Texas, where she worked at the Victoria Advocate. Ciara is dedicated to providing people and communities with the information they need to make decisions about their lives and well-being. Please contact us with your questions about public health or the health care system. Email [email protected] or call or text 817-203-4391.

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