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We empower the Black community to make informed health decisions that benefit the whole person through education, collaboration, and advocacy.
Partnering to create the opportunities for African American individuals and families to live in healthy, vibrant, and sustainable communities.
The rich legacy of the Black church in the African American experience inspires our work. We believe that the church continues to be the heartbeat within the African American community for citizen engagement, leadership development, and enabling self-sufficiency.
The geographic area Center for African American Health focuses on is the greater metropolitan Denver area, which has a population of 3.1 million people. Approximately 5% of the region’s total population is African American. More than half of those African Americans live in the city and county of Denver (population 704,000), where African Americans account for 10% of the population.
Get connected to different affordable healthcare plans with support, information, education, resources, and more.
This initiative is an evidence-based program that teaches men the characteristics they need to be an involved, responsible, and committed father.
This peer community provides a focused time to discuss and find solutions to your family’s unique needs.
This group provides space for understanding Black history by focusing on the Seven Keys of Emotional Healing, Wellness, and Empowerment for Black people.
Barbershop Talks Series is a space for men to speak freely and voice opinions, experiences, and concerns.
Strengthening Families is an evidence-based program that aims to strengthen parenting skills, improve child’s behavior, and enhance family functioning.
This social movement created and maintained by CAA Health gives community members the chance to have their voices heard regarding health and social issues affecting our neighborhoods.
Get connected to support and services like health insurance literacy, counseling, food and clothing banks, housing and utilities.
Get connected with a therapist of color for 18 free sessions with Therapists of Color Collaborative.
This free 6-hour virtual training prepares you to respond appropriately to mental health crises.
The city and county of Denver is partnering with Denver Public Health to expand COVID-19 testing to under-served and disproportionately-affected communities. The new, community-based testing started on Monday at the Center for African American Health in North Park Hill.
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