San Diego Health and Wellness Resource and Career Fair

Kare4AmerKare4Amer* will be hosting a Health & Wellness Event

The event caters to the local community, families and individuals, military veterans and more, who are seeking more information in the Healthcare related field or simply finding out information on quality and affordable healthcare. Kare 4 Amer’s goal is to bridge the gap between the local community and the employer / educational institutions; whose primary focus is to outreach and recruit for the open positions or opportunities available to them.

This event will offer Free Health Screenings of all types offered by local healthcare companies. There will also be tons of fun activities for families and children who attend the event.

If you would like to take part in this event, please simply click here to register for the

Tuesday, August 26, 2014 from 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM

At the Joe & Vi Jacobs Center 404 Euclid Ave, San Diego, CA 92114
(In the Community Room)

Kare 4 Amer
Kare 4 Amer hosts Health and Wellness Events throughout San Diego County. We are a brand new organization based in San Diego, CA. We do this to help the community become more aware of the health care options as well as information. There will also be employment and educational opportunities available for them as well to help boost the economy.

Remembering Those Who Made the Ultimate Sacrifice

Memorial Day 2014


How much would you pay for your freedom? Ever since the American Revolution, men and women in the armed forces have given their lives to protect our cherished freedoms and way of life. According to the Los Angeles Times, California has suffered 745 casualties in the Iraq and Afghanistan wars alone. Thirty-five of these fallen heroes called San Diego home, the most of any city in the state.

Each year, on the last Monday of May, Americans celebrate Memorial Day, a day to remember those who have fallen in battle. Memorial Day was originally called Decoration Day because of the tradition of adorning the graves of our war dead with flowers or American flags. This Memorial Day, I will be honoring that tradition and decorating the graves of people to whom we owe a debt that is too great to be paid. I hope you will join me in visiting the graves of those we lost or will take a few moments from your day to reflect on their sacrifice.

While we remember those who have given their lives, it is also important to ensure that those who have returned from war are given our full support for a successful transition back to civilian life. Many have sustained grave injuries or suffer from conditions that interfere with their being able to care for themselves and their families.

That is why I supported setting aside $6 million in the 2013-14 state budget for creating strike teams to assist veterans in securing their benefits from the federal government. I am pleased to report that these teams have increased the number of claims reviewed by over 11,000, resulting in over $4 million in additional payments to deserving veterans.

California’s military tradition is very strong. Our state has the highest active duty military population in the country and the second largest population of veterans of any state. San Diego has the second largest veterans population of all California cities. One out of every four jobs in San Diego is the result of military spending.

Serving our country is also a strong tradition in my own family, including my father, who served in World War II; my brothers; my twin sister; and my cousins and uncles. On Monday I will also honor them.

It is only fitting that we remember those who serve, not only on Memorial Day, but every day.


Toni G. Atkins
Speaker of the Assembly
78th Assembly District

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Our next meeting is March 21st, at 11:00am at the SDCDP office. The Dem Party office is at 8340 Clairemont Mesa Blvd, Suite 105, 4th building on the right as you head north on Industrial Park Drive.