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By bruce | Published: July 12, 2011
On June 28 CHEER conducted the first of a series of events at Essex House, a Takoma Park high rise on Maple Avenue that houses a large number of African and African-American residents. This event included a presentation from Msache Mwaluko from the African American Health Program on how to get health care, and an [...]
By bruce | Published: April 29, 2011
A healthy community is one where people have good physical and emotional health. But this is more than just the absence of illness. A healthy community promotes well-being and offers a high quality of life. Healthy communities can be measured along five dimensions which contribute significantly to people’s ability to thrive.