Special Events

Community Health Fair

When: Saturday, September 28 from 9:30 - 11:30am
Where: Fort Bend Care Center

The Community Health Fair is an annual event that Fort Bend Care Center hosts. At the health fair, there will be health service provider offering free flu shots to adults, seniors and children with or without health insurance. If you have health insurance, please bring insurance card for proper billing.  Other health screening and health related resources are also available.

This year there will be the following free services available:

  • Flu Shots (bring insurance card)
  • Blood pressure check
  • Blood sugar check
  • Fall prevention
  • Physician & Physical therapist consult
  • Free Phone Program (serving those experiencing health challenges and disability)
  • Zumba and more!
Rebuild Rosharon (Long-term Disaster Recovery)

There is a small farming community in Rosharon, TX which is home to the Cambodian, Laotian, and Latino community. Rosharon is located 20 miles south of Fort Bend Care Center. Hurricane Harvey seriously damaged the area with 3-6 feet of water that surged through homes. Nearly every home in this farming community suffered major water damage. Now one year after Harvey, many people are still sleeping in sheds and tents outside their moldy homes.

Fort Bend Care Center has launched an initiative called "Rebuild Rosharon." There is opportunity to help rebuild or conduct major home repair in Rosharon. Some of the work still needed includes taking measurement, insulation and dry wall work and painting.

Here is a video of our initiative:

Small groups and fellowships are encouraged to sign up to volunteer on Saturdays. If you are interested in volunteering to help Rebuild Rosharon, please let us know by filling in the form on our volunteer page.

Sign Up to Volunteer
International Disaster Response Training

International Disaster Response Training is intended to train volunteers to help those in need after a disaster strikes in a local or international setting. The training consists of classroom instruction and small group participation. All sessions will be led by an experienced disaster responder/trainer. The objective of the training is to produce trained responders who can effectively and efficiently assist a community of disaster survivors and then possibly help that community return to stable lives.