In response to needs expressed by community residents and health care providers CHEER has published the Long Branch Health and Wellness Asset Inventory. This list is intended to provide community residents and health care providers with a useful guide to health and wellness resources in or near Takoma Park and Long Branch. The inventory lists primary care physicians, medical specialists, mental health, and substance abuse services. It also includes a list of social support resources available to community residents, such as food and nutrition, housing, and recreation. Read More
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CHEER’s mission is to provide people with the knowledge and ability to create healthy, thriving communities. CHEER is a community-driven process for identifying community vision and goals, and for gathering the information and resources needed to measure and fulfill them.
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