Healing Communities

 Are you facing a hardship and in need of assistance? The following program offers several services to low-income, unemployed and uninsured African American women throughout the Atlanta area:

The Center for Black Women’s Wellness, Inc. (CBWW) is a non-profit organization operating in the greater Atlanta region that provides services designed to empower African American women and their families with physical, mental and economic wellness by providing those services free or at a low-cost.

CBWW hopes to cWoman with Downtown Trolley in Background, 01-09-12hange communities and strengthen families by targeting black women. CBWW partners with many community organizations to address the physical, mental and economic needs of Atlanta’s black women by offering the following comprehensive services:

Atlanta Healthy Start – This organization was founded to offer tremendous case management resources to women, both pregnant and postpartum, and their children.  Through these resources, Atlanta Healthy Start provides outreach, health/wellness education and care coordination.  By providing these and other programs, Healthy Start hopes one day to create communities where all babies are born healthy and thrive in a safe, supportive, and nurturing environment.

Adolescent Health & Youth Development – The CBWW offers a variety of services tailored towards Atlanta’s youth and adolescents.  These services include interactive workshops, Health Leadership Council, Summer Programs and clinical services.  Among other issues, many of these services aim to reduce teenage pregnancies and HIV in the community.

Wellness Program –CBWW’s Wellness Program does their best to broaden awareness of the many women’s health issues affecting the African American community in Atlanta.  To achieve this awareness, they offer health services through their Wellness Clinic and Safety Net Clinic. All services are based on a sliding fee scale while still accepting Medicaid. To find out more about the hours of operation and services offered, call them at 404-688-9202 ext. 10.

Women’s Economic Self-Sufficiency Program – CBWW strives to help black women attain independence.  They offer a micro-enterprise development program to increase the opportunities of participants to become self-employed.  Through this workshop, women are taught life skills, financial literacy, technical assistance, and business development.  After completion of the program, graduates gain access to peer-to-peer support, coaching, access to financial resources and networking opportunities.

For general information, you can call (404) 688-9202 or the CBWW online at http://www.cbww.org/

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