Some activities are time-limited. View our calendar for upcoming events, classes, and support groups. Are you a community partner interested in hosting an event or class at HealthStreet? Contact us at 352-294-4880.
Diabetes Peer Support Group
A peer support group to discuss mental wellness for people with diabetes. Last Wednesday of every month from 12-1 PM at UF HealthStreet. Contact: Erica Barnard (352) 334 7962.
Blossoming Butterfly Support Group
Provides spiritual, mental, physical, educational, and financial help to breast cancer, ovarian cancer, and uterine cancer patients. First Tuesday of every month from 6:30-7:30 PM at UF HealthStreet.
Breast cancer support
UF Health Breast Cancer Support Group
Third Wednesday of every month from 12-1 PM at UF HealthStreet. Contact Pam Clevenger, RN, for more information at (352) 265-7070.
UF Area Health Education Centers Program
The UF Area Health Education Centers Program in partnership with Tobacco Free Florida offers free classes to help you quit. Call UF HealthStreet at (352) 294-4880 for a referral.
Presentations are given by healthcare professionals who treat or provide a service to cancer patients, survivors, and their caregivers. Offered via Zoom until further notice.
Neurocognitive Screening Initiative
For adults who have concerns about their thinking and memory. Leave a message at (352) 888-7940 to make an appointment. No walk-in appointments.
Equal Access Clinic (EAC) – Eye Clinic
Affordable eye care for underserved populations. Leave a message at (352) 273-9425 to make an appointment. No walk-in appointments.
HEALING/CONNECTION IN ARTS
Art for All Community Group
A supportive group of adults who find healing and connection through the arts. Fourth Tuesday of every month from 4-6:30 PM at UF HealthStreet. No experience necessary.
Night of Dance
Night of Dance brings Gainesville’s diverse communities together to celebrate the art of dance while spreading the word about health resources available to individuals and families in our communities.
national town halls
Our Community, Our Health
Town hall meeting that facilitates a two-way conversation between the community and researchers.