National Women's Health Week Events

May 16, 2018
5:30pm to 8pm
YWCA Pittsburgh
305 Wood Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15222
Join us for an engaging conversation about the intersections of women's healthcare. 

Women’s Healthcare is not a one size fits all. Factors such as race, religion, ability, sexual orientation and socio-economic status all play into providing quality healthcare for women now and in the future.

Please join the Adagio Health Young Leadership Council, Urban League Young Professionals, and the YWCA Young Leaders Council to learn the intersections of women’s healthcare and discuss how each of us in our prospective work can create a world where there is quality healthcare for ALL women.

There is no fee for this event. 


May 17, 2018
Human Services Center Corporation
413 Penn Avenue
Turtle Creek, PA 15145
Nutritional education during pregnancy and post pregnancy.

Adagio Health’s Power Up wants to make healthy eating a part of your everyday lifestyle for you and your family! Join us for a healthy food demonstration to learn everyday tips and changes to make a healthier you. Learn which foods to increase or limit, healthy snacking, advice on women’s health, physical activity, and understanding nutrition facts labels. Life is all about balance; let us help you tip the scale to a healthier you!

There is no fee for this event. 


Tobacco Free Southwest Upcoming Events

May 25, 2018

RLA Learning and Conference Center
850 Cranberry Woods Drive
Cranberry Township, PA 16066
SWPA Wellness Partners presents: The Intersection of Tobacco and Opioids
Tobacco remains the leading cause of death and disease in the US, however, nicotine addiction is not the only substance misuse concern among the public health community. This training will go over the distinctions between tobacco and opioids and how we can assist in recovery together.

June 12th & June 13th

Pittsburgh Marriott North
100 Cranberry Woods Drive
Cranberry Township, PA 16066
PA LGBTQ Health Conference: Addressing Tobacco and Behavioral Health Disparities
Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and asexual (LGBTQA) individuals face challenges when accessing and receiving care that may lead to preventable adverse health outcomes. A Healthy People 2020 report found LGBTQ youth are 2 to 3 times more likely to attempt suicide, more likely to be homeless, and have a higher risk of HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases (STDs). In addition, LGBTQ populations have the highest rates of tobacco, alcohol and other drug use. This year's skill based-conference will focus on issues related to behavioral health and the LGBTQ community. 

A two-day conference addressing LGBTQA health disparities based on emerging data. This conference is approved for 11.5 credit hours or 1.15 CEUS.


Cindystock 15

August 24 and 25, 2018
2552 Wexford-Bayne Rd.
Sewickley, Pa 15143

Join Adagio Health and bring a friend!
Cindystock 15 continues the tradition of combining a day of great music and food with helping people prevent or supporting people who have cancer. Born and raised in Pittsburgh, this festival is all about coming together with big hearts and a willingness to help others.

Expect excellent music, delicious food and an opportunity to use a relaxing day to support a good cause. Raffle tickets for many fun prizes will be on sale at the concert along with a silent auction of many terrific items such as overnight stays and memorabilia.  

Breast, cervical, prostate, and colon cancers are all treatable when detected at an early stage. Proceeds benefit programs aimed at those cancers whose effects can be minimized by established screening tests.  Adagio Health is honored to be one of the many worthy causes who benefit from this 2-day festival.

Sponsoring is easy 
If you would like to help sponsor or support Cindystock, donations will be accepted until July 25, 2018.   For more information, contact

Additional Events

Tuesday, October 9, 2018

7pm to 9pm
5847 Ellsworth Ave
Pittsburgh, PA  15232
Tickets: $150/person
Tax-deductible: $75

Join Adagio Health for an intimate and custom five-course dinner including dessert and wine pairings in the Red Room at Soba in Shadyside.  All proceeds benefit the programs of Adagio Health.  Join us to celebrate a successful year and to learn about what lies ahead.  Limited Seating for 20.

Soba inhabits a beautifully restored Victorian row house among the shops and salons of Ellsworth Avenue. The trickling slate water wall, glass and steel staircase, aromatic modern Asian dishes, familiar yet exotic music, and hand-painted murals engage all your senses.  As you wander through, it is difficult to not trail your hands along the walls and railings to drink in the textures, enjoying the rich woods and fabrics throughout.   

For more information, please contact Marcia Wallander at or 412-253-8176.