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Prevent Diabetes Today

Do not struggle alone. Join the Diabetes Prevention Program group at 6PM on Thursdays in Irving! Community Council offers the free classes to all adults with pre-diabetes or high risk for Type 2 at Heritage Senior Center: 200 S. Jefferson. Prevent or delay the disease by losing a modest amount of weight through lifestyle changes. Call Frances Rizo at 214-337-9757 or 214-954-4229.
e Dallas and Dallas Area Agency on Aging launched a pilot to provide Lyft rides to eligible seniors over 60, residing in Dallas County with no other affordable transportation options. This innovative pilot, the first of its kind. Contact 

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Bladder Cancer Awareness Month

Bladder cancer, normally caused by abnormal growth of bladder cells. Symptoms may include blood in urine, painful urination and pelvic pain. Treatments include surgery, chemotherapy, and biological therapy. Often not commonly talked about as some other cancers, however bladder cancer, with early detection and proper treatment makes it curable. Ask Aubrey, at the age of two, diagnosed with bladder cancer. Her parents noticed the symptoms and reacted immediately. Now at age 10, healed and full of life. If you notice symptoms, see your doctor immediately. Contact 2-1-1 for free or low-cost health clinics in your area.



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Wellness and Safety Brunch

Community Council Navigators participated in the Dallas Police Department Northeast Wellness & Safety Brunch which took place on June 26th. The Dallas Police Department, along with several other community service organizations gathered together to educate the public on wellness and safety.

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New Medicare Cards in the Mail

Medicare recipients, expect to receive a new Medicare Card. Between April, 2018 and April, 2019 the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) plan to mail new Medicare cards to more than 60 million Medicare beneficiaries. The new card no longer displays your social security number. Your new Medicare card features a Medicare number that only identifies you, called a Medicare Beneficiary Identifier (MBI). No Medicare benefits changes because of your MBI. For more information, visit

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The Future of Health Begins with You

You—one person in one million—help make healthier communities for the next generation. Join Community Council as we partner with the All of Us Research Program to celebrate and talk with people from all walks of life. Everyone makes a difference. Call us at 214-954-4229 or visit for more information on enrolling in the program.

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