OHI to Host Valentine’s Fundraiser to Support Health Care Services
OHI (Ocean Health Initiatives), an Ocean County federally qualified health center and 501 (c)(3), is hosting Casino Night, its 4th annual Valentines’ Day fundraiser with dinner, dancing, and a silent auction Friday, February 14 from 6:00 to 11:00 p.m. at The Mill at Spring Lake Heights, 101 Old Mill Road, Spring Lake Heights, N.J.
Tickets are $125 each. The proceeds will be used to support OHI’s continuing mission of providing high quality primary and preventative care services in its multi-specialty practice, and enhance the medical care services to children, adults, and seniors of Ocean County, regardless of insurance or ability to pay. This includes, but is not limited to, better medical equipment, community outreach, educational materials, vaccinations, health awareness, and more.
Sponsorships, donations, journal ads, items for the gift auction, and premium ticket packages are available and are 100 percent tax deductible, excluding the cost of the dinner.
OHI has been providing comprehensive primary and preventative care services to Ocean County’s uninsured and underinsured populations for the past 10 years. The increasing number of Ocean County families needing access to health care has resulted in OHI’s growth from one community health center in Lakewood to two more health centers in Toms River and Stafford, a center at the Clifton Avenue Grade School in Lakewood, and a Mobile Medical Unit outside the George J. Mitchell Elementary School, 950 N. Green Street, Little Egg Harbor.
For further information, tickets or sponsorships, visit www.ohinj.org/fundraiser or contact Douglas Clark at 732-719-9026 or firstname.lastname@example.org. The deadline for ad journal proofs is Friday, February 7, 201. Send ad files to email@example.com.
About Ocean Health Initiatives : OHI is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) federally qualified health center (FQHC) with locations at 101 Second Street, Lakewood; 301 Lakehurst Road, Toms River; 333 Haywood Road, Manahawkin; Clifton Avenue Elementary School, 625 Clifton Avenue, Lakewood; and the Mobile Medical Unit outside the George J. Mitchell Elementary School, 950 N. Green Street, Little Egg Harbor.
OHI provides comprehensive preventative and primary health and dental care to Ocean County uninsured and underinsured populations on a sliding-fee scale, based on an individual’s or family’s ability to pay. Services include pediatrics, maternal and child health, prenatal, WIC, universal immunizations, behavioral health, dental, family medicine, internal medicine, OB/GYN, podiatry and social services.
OHI has a bilingual staff available to assist patients and callers. To become a patient of OHI, call a representative in the Call Center at either 732-552-0377, Toms River, or 732-363-6655, Lakewood. Visit www.ohinj.org. for further information.