Advocates for Community Wellness, Inc.

    "A Wholistic Approach To Wellness by Caring For the Spirit, Mind & Body."



Check out our upcoming events for 2018!!!

Come Join Us!!
   
         8TH ANNUAL BREAKFAST & SUMMIT

  Saturday November 3, 2018

        10:00am- 1:00pm

     Oak Street Health, Englewood Square

      850 W. 63rd Street Chicago, IL 60621


SAVE THE DATE!

Advocates for Community Wellness 8th Annual Breakfast Summit

Saturday, October 6th

10:00am to 1:00pm

More Information to Come!


Cancer Survivorship Wellness Workshop

Saturday, October 20th

10:00am to 12:30pm

Christ Community Church

1151 E 170th St, South Holland


(Free Will Offering)




Cooking Classes for Your Health Series

Wednesdays, September 5th & 12th

10:00am to 12:30pm 

Faith Luthern Church

8300 S. Sangamon, Chicago

$25 per person 


Living with Chronic Diseases Wellness Workshop

Adults & Seniors 

Saturday, September 15th

10am-12pm

Golden Gate Funeral

2036 W. 79th Street, Chicago


                                                                  (Free Will Donation)



Cooking Classes for Your Health Series

Wednesdays, August 22nd & August 29th

10:00am to 12:30pm 

Faith Luthern Church

8300 S. Sangamon, Chicago

$25 per person 


Wellness Workshop

Saturday, August 25th

9:30am to 12:00pm

Back 2 School Family Day

Agape Center

342 W. 111th Street, Chicago


                                                        (Free Will Donation)



             Breakfast with Wimbledon 

Saturday July 7 2018

9:30am - 12:30pm

Evergreen Racquet & Fitness Center

2700 West 91st St. 
Evergreen Park, IL 60805


(There is a free will $10 breakfast donation)




On The Table Chicago – Join The Conversation

               Location:  To Be Determined

               Time:  6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

 

                TOPIC:  Health Disparities – Does Your Zip Code Impacts Your Health?

Advocates for Community Wellness


Supports Community Initiative


The Courage to Love 

Collaborative Partnership

 

Health Disparity:  Infant Mortality 

Black babies in Illinois and Chicago are often born too early and too small due to stresses in life and can lead to infant mortality. The love and connection that we share with others people can lessen the impact of the stress caused by social injustice, lack of access to good healthcare services and unhealthy personal relationships.


Join the conversation at our next bi-weekly partnership meeting hosted by Greater Auburn Gresham Development Corporation located 1159 W. 79th Street from 2:30 pm - 4:00 pm.  


For more information contact Dale Cain at (773)  627-0703 | [email protected]