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Our mission is to  improve the health of the African-American community by serving as a megaphone for trusted information that enables and encourages African Americans to better navigate the healthcare system, advocate for themselves, and receive improved care, regardless of insurance or circumstances.

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May is Mental Health Awareness Month and the AAWP is here to help raise awareness about the impact on the well-being of communities of color across our Nation. We stand with those who are experiencing mental health conditions and here to support you in receiving the treatment you may need. Join us this month as we share valuable resources and information on mental health to help combat the unprecedented mental health crisis across our country. Read more here from President Biden: https://bit.ly/3kufAnm and AAWP here: https://aawellnessproject.org/mental-health-resources/

Get in the ring, Champion! The tobacco industry has used African Americans to make millions for centuries, but it’s time to fight back.  Tobacco regulation starts with talking to your local legislature about needed policies and changes. Visit NoMentholSunday.org to learn how to start that dialogue.

The AAWP is proud to play a role in helping launch the Digital Health for Equitable Health (#DHEH) Alliance. This is a milestone for the future of #healthcare for underserved communities to help create a more accessible and inclusive #digitalhealth society.

AAWP Events This Week

The healthcare inequalities in our country are far-reaching. Join AAWP in the fight as we do our part to ensure that the African American community receives equitable comprehensive healthcare.

Your donation goes toward supporting the physical, mental and emotional health of African American communities across the nation through health programs and initiatives.

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Coronavirus Update – 1 Minute News Break sponsored by Allameda Alliance for Health. CLICK HERE to watch.

Excellent article by Louis Jacobson published in Politifax, May 2, 2022 providing a guide to keep up with an ever-changing variants of the Omicron virus. READ MORE.

This week on the Black Doctors Speak Podcast, we are joined by Dr. George Woods who will discuss mental health in the African American Community.
Dr. Woods is a psychiatrist who feels that the mental health delivery system is not sensitive, and often prejudiced, against African Americans. In addition, many African Americans are distrustful of mental health services.
Regardless of the rationale for poor outcomes, especially during these difficult times, we have to do a better job both changing the mental health system to appreciate cultural differences and to increase awareness of the value of mental health services in the African American community. CLICK HERE.
Wednesday’s Wisdom is from DB Bedford, AAWP panelist of our Mental Health Initiative. Mr. Bedford recently participated in AAWP’s “Profiled: The Black Man,” that examined the origins of the widespread stereotypes that have permeated society and impacted the lives of Black males in America for centuries.
CLICK HERE to watch Mr. Bedford discuss mental health in the African American community.

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We Are Proud to Announce  —  AAWP & Healthwise Partnership

AAWP is proud to announce our partnership with Healthwise. This partnership allows us to bring you the most accurate up to date online health resource in the U.S.. Now you can get reliable, vetted answers to your health questions.  We provide information you need to make better healthcare decisions.


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AAWP is proud to offer the Healthwise Medical Knoweldgebase, with doctor-recommended content and tools that help prepare patients for their appointments and show them how to better manage their medical care. Trusted, high quality, unbiased health information.



The AAWP – Healthwise Symptom Checker is designed with a body map to help you understand what your medical symptoms could mean, and provide you with the trusted information.

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Just click on the button below — choose either the man, woman or child and follow the prompts and answer the questions .

How to get the most out of medical appointments   —  This Is How We Do It

We will be providing tip sheets about things you should do and questions you should ask during medical appointments. We want to empower you with knowledge, so that you can get the best care possible for you and your family.

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We believe that health disparities will continue to exist, only if we allow them to continue. We have to step up and take the lead.

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 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: African American Wellness Project (AAWP) Partners with Alameda County to Increase Vaccination Rates Among Alameda County Residents Focus on education, awareness and activation

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