902 West Owens St. Suite A, Las Vegas, NV 89106, USA

(702) 256-2724

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©2019 BY COMMUNITY PARTNERS FOR BETTER HEALTH

Voice

that Must Be

Heard...

Our Mission 

  • To Empower People & The Community with the Necessary Knowledge & Tools to Improve Health, Quality Of Life & eliminate health disparities.

Our Vision​

  • Equal Access to Health Opportunities & Care for ALL People in Southern Nevada

About Us

 

Our Story...

 

Community Partners For Better Health (CPFBH) was established in 2004 as a Diverse, Broad-based Collaborative 501(c)3 Non-Profit Corporation.

 

The CPFBH Coalition Membership is composed of...

Health Care Professionals

Health Care Providers

Community Citizens

The Faith Community

 

We're united in a common cause to eliminate health disparities.  Among our extensive membership are in excess of 30...

Faith-based Institutions

Health Care Agencies

Health Professionals

 

Each Member Organization has a Desire & is Committed to the overarching mission to eliminate ethnic and racial health disparities in Southern Nevada.

 

We have a history of Successfully Implementing Activities & Evidenced-based Projects that address our mission & objectives.

 

Our activities are implemented, in part, by drawing on the Strengths of our Member Organizations, particularly the Faith Community.

Our Objective

  • CREATE & PROMOTE Public Awareness & Education concerning...

  • Disease Prevention

  • Mental Health / Suicide Prevention

  • Opioid Addiction Awareness

  • Healthy Lifestyles

  • The Inequities of Health Disparities

  • Creative Collaborative Initiatives that FILL THE GAP in unavailable critical service areas.

  • FACILITATE Health-Screenings and Workshops on disease and health behaviors which disproportionately exist among people of color.

TARGET POPULATION

People who are disproportionately impacted  by the rate  of chronic disease, specifically...

 

  • Cancer

  • Diabetes

  • Hepatitis

  • HIV/AIDS

  • Heart Disease

  • Hypertension/Strokes

  • Infant Mortality

  • Obesity

 

...and yet remain the under-served