The Aurora African American Health Coalition is available to do presentation, workshops, and training at your request on various health and wellness topics. If you are interested, please complete the program request form. Below is a list of our program descriptions.
Alcohol, Tobacco, & Other Drugs
This presentation focuses on providing information and ATOD. It can be modified to address specific concerns and prevention and intervention methods and strategies.
Building Positive Self-Esteem & Confidence
In this presentation, participants will learn about self-love and compassion. We explore ways to create and maintain positive sense of self. This is adapted for specific populations.
In this presentation, participants will learn about self-love and compassion. We explore ways to create and maintain positive sense of self. This can be adapted for specific populations.
Disordered Eating & Healthy Body Image
This presentation will focus on problematic eating behaviors, eating disorders, and body image. Information can be modified for different populations.
Domestic & Partner Violence
In this presentation includes information on the signs of domestic and partner violence within a relationship. Contact information for local and national helplines and support centers will be provided.
General Health & Wellness
This presentation is typically a broad introduction regarding general health and how it affects everyday living. It includes ways to make healthier choices in life. It can be modified for specific topics and populations.
This presentation is designed for teens and college students. It is a workshop used to facilitate discussions on alcohol, sexual assault & consent, health relationships, and ways to respond to difficult situations.
Healthy Relationships & Communication
In this presentation we discuss what a healthy relationship looks like. We also address positive communication techniques. Information is provided that help identify when a relationship may be healthy and support services.
This presentation includes topics for men. We discuss current hot topics, primary prevention methods for various cancers and other diseases that disproportionately impact men. Can be modified for different populations.
Mental Health &Wellness
In this presentation information is provided on topics like stress, anxiety, and depression. Tools are provided for self-care. Additional emphasis is placed on support provided by healthcare providers.
In this presentation participants will receive information on healthy eating and how it relates to everyday life. This presentation may also cover grocery shopping on a budget and meal planning and preparation.
This presentation focuses on ways to increase physical activity in your daily life, the importance of physical activity, and the recommended levels of physical activity. Workshop may include demonstrations.
Sexual Assault & Consent
This presentation is a comprehensive discussion on topics related to sexual assault and consent with focus on prevention and intervention. It can be modified for specific populations. Information regarding support services is also provided.
This presentation may vary based on the requestor's needs. Topics to consider are sexually transmitted infections information, HIV/AIDS prevention, reproductive health, safer sex, etc.
In this presentation participants will gain insight on poor sleep habits. They will learn how to wind down for the evening and other techniques to improve sleeping skills.
Stress Management & Relaxation
This presentation introduces participants to tools and techniques that can be used to prevent and decrease stress. Information is also provided on relaxation techniques and positive coping strategies.
This presentation will discuss suicide prevention and ways to provide support for people in need. Emphasis is placed on warning signs and ways to refer individuals to professionals for help.
This presentation address key issues with time management.Participants will learn ways to use their time more efficiently.
This presentation includes topics for women. We discuss current hot topics, primary prevention methods for various cancers and other diseases that disproportionately impact women. Can be modified for different populations.