Community Health Programs

At the Center for Wellness and Health, our community health programs aim to reduce health disparities for at-risk and underrepresented populations through innovation and evidence-based methods. We harness web-based and mobile platforms to reach, educate, and empower those who lack access to comprehensive and effective behavior change resources. Our technology-based community health programs are best suited for use by Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs), community organizations, and other health care clinics and facilities in medically underserved communities.


Hispanics in the U.S. are disproportionately affected by Type 2 diabetes (T2D) risk, prevalence, and outcomes. Fortunately, a relatively modest reduction in body weight can significantly reduce the risk of developing T2D which has been demonstrated by the...

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Using proven cognitive behavioral stress management techniques, this intervention teaches African American women how to reduce stress caused by discrimination and non-discrimination experiences through 11 weekly video chapters on their mobile phones. Hosted...

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This mobile colorectal cancer screening intervention (m-CRCSi) is a culturally-targeted, tailored, and personalized intervention to enhance colorectal cancer (CRC) screening efforts among African American men. Based on the health belief model, the...

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"We have worked collaboratively with CWH on multiple projects, including clinical trials and direct delivery of CWH health promotion content. In every case, CWH has provided programming of the highest quality, and, because of evaluation, we have seen improvements in well-being, reduced stress, and greater health consciousness amongst employees and managers from diverse organizations. CWH not only offers great programming, they demonstrate high-level consultation to ensure workplaces receive only the best in health promotion."

Dr Joel Bennett, Organizational Wellness and Learning Systems

"Our hospital has used the program BREATHE: Stress Management Program for Nurses. The program was excellent and included so much more than just stress management techniques for the users. The nurses felt that the platform was extremely useful in managing stress and was easy and convenient to use."

Suzanne Dutton, Sibley Memorial Hospital, Johns Hopkins Medicine