ABOUT US

 

  • Reducing Health Disparities

  • Reducing HIV transmission through education, rapid testing, condoms and clean needles

  • Utilizing effective, culturally appropriate/ethnically sensitive interventions

  • Improving access and medical adherence through integrated prevention and care services

  • Reducing social isolation

  • CHAG clients report feeling comfortable and welcomed by everyone

  • CHAG embodies the philosophy that collaboration, not competition, best meets client needs

 

Our Management Team

Executive Director/CFO

Cindy Bolden Calhoun

 

Director of Clinical Services

Christina Abate, L.M.S.W

 

Director of Finance and Prevention Programs

Barbara J. Locke, M.S.A.

Reaching those most in need by...

 

CHAG utilizes the skills of people who reflect the population we serve - in volunteer, staff and management positions. Indigenous staff are utilized in every program to insure that clients feel connected to the agency. This reduces the number of clients lost to services. If you feel you have the skills and experience to be part of our unique team, contact us to inquire about employment or volunteer opportunities.

Employing Those We Serve

Funders

  • Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS

  • Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

  • Comer Family Foundation

  • Michigan Dept of Health & Human Services

  • AIDS United/Syringe Access Fund

  • Detroit Wayne Integrated Health Network

  • City of Detroit Health Department

  • Ryan White Treatment Modernization ACT Part A, Minority HIV/AIDS Fund-Health Resources & Services Administration

  • Detroit Area Actors’ Equity Association

Partnerships

  • United Way of SE Michigan - #3714

  • Combined Federal Campaign - #71801

Testimonials

“Great organization that helps the community. Keep doing a fantastic job folks!”

 

 

“They were there when I found out my status! I felt I mattered!”

 

“You are truly appreciated for the life changing influence you provide for our community”

“An indispensable community resource!”

“Community Health Awareness Group always does what must be done to help the community. That is what’s so excellent about us.”

 

“They are one of the best when it comes to actually saving people from themselves and the streets. I’ve seen it with my own eyes. They are a very talented and diverse group of people who really care and are dedicated to the community of Detroit!”

 

location

1300 W Fort St, Detroit, MI 48226

Languages Spoken

Translation services are available for non-English-speaking individuals.

CONTACT >

T: 313.963.3434

F: 313.963.1832

E: info@chagdetroit.org

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