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Brothers Link, Emerald City Black Pride, and HIV Testing

HIV Testing and education programs and events for Black gay and bi men

Prostate Cancer Awareness
The “Let’s Talk About It” Prostate Cancer Education Program is designed for African American men over 40 to help educate men about prostate cancer and their risk, and to encourage them to talk with their doctor about the disease.

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Community-based diabetes education, support groups and self-management classes for African Americans

Sound Heart
Community-based cardiovascular health promotion in diverse communities

Tobacco Prevention and Control
Grassroots advocacy/organizing and community-based initiatives in diverse communities

United for Healthy Communities
Street/community outreach and group-level interventions targeting people of African descent

Breast and Cervical Health Program
Community-based outreach, education and screening referrals for African American women

Infant Mortality Prevention
Community-based outreach and education in the African American community

Community Health Services Program
Interpretation, community education and health advocacy for individuals with limited English proficiency

Refugee Health Advocacy Project
Case management and English language training for immigrant and refugee

families

 

 

 
 

Did you know...

Cigarette smoke causes emphysema-infection and swelling of the smallest air ways in the lungs. This causes shortness of breath and feeling of suffocation.