TakeAction! Health Conference

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Event# 816-808-9101

Event Details

The Take Action! conference is designed to offer participants easy-to-use tools and concepts for total self-improvement - physically, emotionally and financially. The goal is to strengthen the practice of prevention in helping individuals maintain a healthy life. We are excited to welcome individuals and organizations from the mental health, fitness, medical, financial, nutrition fields...and more! A job fair will be held in conjunction with the entire health conference.
Businesses that are hiring will be highlighted for job seekers.

TakeAction! Health Conference

Address : 21350 West 153rd Street Olathe KS
Phone : 816-808-9101   (Always call and confirm events.)

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Admission Fee : Free to attend - vendor fees

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