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The Center for Black Women’s Wellness

Empowering Women to Become Whole, Healed and Well

 
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The Center for Black Women’s Wellness is a premier, community-based, family service center committed to improving the health and well-being of underserved Black women and their families.

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WELLNESS

The Wellness Program strives to broaden awareness of the many health issues affecting black women; encourage change in personal behaviors to prevent unnecessary illnesses; and provide preventive health care and early detection and treatment of conditions before health problems arise.

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healthy start

Atlanta Healthy Start Initiative (AHSI) is a federally funded maternal and infant health initiative designed to improve maternal and infant health outcomes in communities with high rates of infant mortality.

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ADOLESCENT HEALTH

The Center for Black Women's Wellness utilizes a multifaceted approach to reduce teenage pregnancies and HIV rates in the Atlanta community.

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ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT

CBWW's Women's Economic Self Sufficiency Program (WESSP) is a micro-enterprise development initiative used as a strategy to increase the opportunity for women to become self employed by starting and operating a micro-business.