The aim of this center is to study cancer-related disparities in and around Prince George's County, Maryland. Using a community based participatory research approach, CHAMP works with community partners largely in faith-based communities to increase early detection of breast, prostate, and colorectal screening. CHAMP is supported by agencies such as the National Cancer Institute and the American Cancer Society.
Established in 2010, the goal of the Johns Hopkins Center to Reduce Cancer Disparities (CRCD) is to figure out the best way to give all Maryland communities equal access to cancer prevention and treatment services through research, community outreach and training. The Center works to eliminate the differences in cancer prevention, care and survivorship, known as cancer disparities, between minorities and other groups. Our community partners play an important role in our work by helping us make decisions about our research and other activities and on how to engage the community. The Center also focuses on reaching out to communities, especially underserved communities to provide education and training.
The Maryland Center at Bowie State University is an educational nonprofit dedicated to overcoming economic status and social settings. As an affiliated foundation of the University System of Maryland, the Center actively engages in and supports activities to further enhance the academic and service mission of Bowie State University. The partnership (collaboration) between The Maryland Center and Bowie State works to increase the University’s research capacity.
The University of Maryland Marlene and Stewart Greenebaum Comprehensive Cancer Center (UMGCCC) is a top-tier cancer center treating patients from around the world. A designated National Cancer Institute Comprehensive Cancer Center, UMGCCC provides advanced drug and radiation therapy, leading the way in cancer research, education, and treatment.
What's something exciting your business offers? Say it here. UMGCCC serves Baltimore City and the 10 surrounding counties in Central Maryland; about 5.4 million people. Our population has a high percentage of residents disproportionately impacted by cancer, concentrated areas of poverty and gentrification.
About 80% of our analytic tumor registry cases come from this area.
Lung, prostate and head/neck cancers have significantly higher mortality here than nationally. Community outreach and education activities serve people in our service area.
Community partners are an essential part of the University of Maryland Greenebaum
Comprehensive Cancer Center's community outreach strategy. Learn more about a key
Established in 1973, Community Ministry of Prince George’s County is an interfaith, 501 (c) (3) nonprofit organization committed to help address human service needs, close the
achievement gap, and reduce health inequities that exist in various communities.
Attitude : They hit me, I hit them back.
Instead : Defend yourself, but de-escalate the situation by telling an authority or trusted adult.
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Instead: Recognize and learn non-violent ways to resolve conflict.
Attitude : I am hurting or sad, so I make others feel the same way; Misery loves company.
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