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Mre han 'Nmbers n a Paper': he criical rle f cmmniy rganizains dring COVID 19

More than 'Numbers on a Paper': the critical role of community organizations during COVID 19

As communities of color are burdened by COVID-19, community organizers bring stories to life while highlighting their broader missions. Read full article here.

Mhers and Babies Prgram Expands Thanks  Perigee Fnd

Mothers and Babies Program Expands Thanks to Perigee Fund

“The Perigee support has enabled us to get a lot of work done that wouldn’t have been possible otherwise,” Dr. Tandon said.

CCH  NUCATS awards 4 addiinal COVID-19 Respnse and Recvery Grans

CCH & NUCATS awards 4 additional COVID-19 Response and Recovery Grants

The Center for Community Health (CCH) and Northwestern University Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute (NUCATS) at Northwestern University's Feinberg School of Medicine awards additional COVID-19 Response and Recovery Grants to 4 more local organizations.

Gran Awardees

Grant Awardees

Announcing COVID-19 Response and Recovery Grants to 28 Illinois Nonprofits

ARCC Research Pil  Parnership Develpmen Seed Grans

ARCC Research Pilot & Partnership Development Seed Grants

ARCC 2020 Seed Grants to Support 11 Community-Engaged Research Partnerships to Improve Health Equity

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It's our mission to catalyze, support, and conduct meaningful community and academic engagement across the research spectrum to improve health and health equity. We hope you'll join us to help make communities stronger, healthier, and better educated about health. To become a community partner or connect with an existing partner, please contact us.


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At the core of the Center for Community Health are the partnerships. The policymakers, public health officials, community leaders, funding organizations, and community practices we partner with are dedicated to making the diverse populations of Chicago healthier.


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