HPV: What You Should Know?

The SAY, the Union County Office of Health Management, and the Regional Chronic Disease Coalition of Middlesex and Union Counties invite you to join in this FREE VIRTUAL presentation which aims to educate parents of middle school-aged children or older on what HPV is, symptoms of HPV, what happens when HPV is untreated, and HPV immunizations. This session will feature information about nearby locations to receive the HPV vaccine.

Event details

Date: Tuesday, June 28
Time: 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM
Location: Virtual
Cost: FREE
Registration: Required

Registrants will be emailed the virtual link prior to the event.



Jessica Mindo is the Union County Chronic Disease Coalition Coordinator and Registered Environmental Health Specialist at the Union County Office of Health Management. She has worked for Union County since 2018. She graduated from Rutgers University with a Bachelor of Science in 2015 with a concentration in Nutritional Science.

Breon Boseman-Sims is the Health Educator at the Union County Office Of Health Management. She graduated from Montclair State with a Master of Public Health degree in Spring 2021 with a concentration in Community Health Education and has been working in healthcare and health education since 2013.

Questions? Contact:


Sr. Health and Wellness Director


(908)273-3330 Ext. 1137




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