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University of Chicago Medicine and its Community Partners invite you to the first Community GRAND ROUNDS of 2017, Feb. 23rd, 6pm, 6220 S Ingleside. This session is not to be missed! This February 23, 2017 Community Grand Rounds will expose guest to the topic of how community members are working together to decrease community violence. Free dinner will be served. Early arrival is strongly suggested!

Register for free at http:/communitygrandroundsfeb2017.eventbrite.com

Free dinner will be served. Early arrival is strongly suggested!
For more information contact Natalie Watson at 773-834-4244

 


Organizer: The Center for Community Health and Vitality at the University of Chicago Medicine

Organizer of Community Members Standing Together Against Violence

The Center for Community Health and Vitality (CCHV) is working to create a healthier South Side by addressing all aspects of personal wellness. Built on the research and partnerships developed by the University of Chicago Medicine's Urban Health Initiative, the Center brings together community members and university faculty and staff to improve the social, economic, environmental and psychological factors that influence a community’s health.

CCHV aims to educate South Side residents about available resources, work to fill gaps in health care and social services, use research to improve community health, and develop initiatives that will dissolve barriers to wellbeing. The Center for Community Health and Vitality and its partners recognize that good health is not merely the absence of disease; it also fosters vitality – the capacity to live and develop.

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Community Members Standing Together Against Violence!

Akarama Foundation, 6220 S Ingleside
Chicago, IL

Keywords: health, Solutions, University of Chicago, Urban Health Initiative, Violence

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