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YOUR HEALTH FORUM
YOUR HEALTHYOUR HEALTH-
What’s MONEY got to do with it?
YOUR HEALTH - What’s MONEY got to do with it?
Join CBHC for this money talk forum
$aturday, June 21, 2014
1 p.m. – 5 p.m.
Food, Fun and lots of knowledge

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2013 CBHC Resource Directory

Let us hear from you!

Do you know a Black doctor, dentist, psychologist or other health care provider in Colorado? Do you know what organizations have been specifically formed or have targeted efforts addressing Black health and wellness? The Colorado Black Health Collaborative Resource Directory will help answer these questions and more.

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This directory is a vital link in the continual effort to improve the health for all Coloradans but we need your input. How can we make this one-of-a-kind resource better? Who have we missed, what else should be included, have we missed any resources?

Click here to submit your comments, critiques and suggestions.

ARTICLE:  "African Health Imperatives Now and Beyond"

"African Health Imperatives Now and Beyond," written by:  Carnita Groves, MA, LPC, CAC-III

 

Arguably, the single greatest imperative for black African people today is
an upgraded Pan-Africanist approach to economic empowerment,
educational excellence, sustainable politics, psychosocial vitality, and
behavioral wellness. A vast storehouse of our ancient African wisdom
coupled with modern day advances are available to us.
Arguably, the single greatest imperative for black African people today is an upgraded Pan-Africanist approach to economic empowerment, educational excellence, sustainable politics, psychosocial vitality, and behavioral wellness. A vast storehouse of our ancient African wisdom coupled with modern day advances are available to us.

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Welcome to Our Website

Dear Friends and Family,

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Thelma Craig
Chair, Colorado Black Health Collaborative

Family has always been important in our community. The Colorado Black Health Collaborative (CBHC) believes that health is a family affair and they are the most valuable assets we have. We always celebrate birthdays, weddings, graduations, holidays, and other treasured moments in our lives. Just as we celebrate these momentous occasions, why not come together and celebrate good health. What better way to celebrate your family than to come together and learn about the health of your family? In order for us to continue to enrich our future and celebrate these occasions, we must focus on our health. We can work to improve and preserve our family heritage by sharing ideas and finding better ways to address our health issues. We are obliged to come together to discover what’s necessary to develop key elements to keep us healthy and strong as a people and help tackle the health disparities that exist in our family. Each one of us is a link in our family’s chain, and we know a chain is only as strong as its weakest link. United we can stand strong and healthy.

 
About CBHC

What is the Colorado Black Health Collaborative?

The Colorado Black Health Collaborative is a community-based organization that is committed to improving health and wellness in Colorado’s Black, African, and African American communities through collaborations, partnerships, and teaming arrangements with community-based organizations, non-profits, public organizations, private entities and government agencies.

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Partnership Information

Dear Prospective Partner,

The Colorado Black Health Collaborative (CBHC) is a non- profit organization committed to improving health and wellness in Colorado’s Black, African, and African American communities through collaborations, partnerships, and teaming arrangements with community based organizations, non-profits, public organizations, private entities, and government agencies. The mission of the Colorado Black Health Collaborative is to achieve health equity in Colorado’s Black community. Our overall collaborative goal is to establish and develop alliances though membership and partners to execute CBHC’s mission. We seek to develop and enhance relationships with community partners that have complementary goals; that can provide opportunities to expand activities that are mutually beneficial for CBHC and our partners; and ultimately benefit the Black community. CBHC recognizes that collaboration presents opportunities for mutual benefits and results beyond the scope of any single organization or sector.

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