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The Men’s Health and Wellness Center, a 501(c)(3) non-profit, provides healthcare education, screening and support services for men over 40 and their loved ones to promote lifestyle that lead to disease prevention, healthy living and improved quality of life.
Through information dissemination and focused programs that support physical and mental health, we offer opportunities for men to be healthier and happier, in order that they may be better spouses, friends, fathers, and employees.
Key elements of our Center include:
1. A Community Advisory Board to formulate educational and informational programs to support men as they age.
2. A Medical Advisory Board to lead specific programs and to act as consultation and presentation resources, to review information and respond to users of our programs.
3. A comprehensive interactive Website with current information on a broad range of medical and health-related subjects for men.
4. A Forum on our Website for users to post questions and receive responses from other users and physicians with expertise in their areas of concern.
5. Weekly Internet radio interviews and podcasts with leading physicians and key health services providers.
6. Men's Health Expositions, either one-half or full day programs on current issues with health screenings, delivered to Atlanta area businesses.
7. With the support of area hospitals, an annual Men's Health Expo delivered to the community in conjunction with Men’s Health Week. The Expo features health screenings, presentations, and vendor exhibits.
8. A Speakers Bureau with physicians and patients who cover the full-spectrum of health issues and conditions related to men.
9. An annual Gala (MOMENTUM) to promote awareness of gender-specific health issues for men. Apollo awards are presented to members of our community who by virtue of their time or financial contributions, or by their personal support for men’s wellness, deserve to be recognized.
10. Support groups for men and their spouses/caregivers dealing with serious health conditions, e.g., the Surgical Support Group for prostate cancer or the Cardiac Rehabilitation Group.
11. Educational programs for wellness and lifestyle options, e.g., eating well workshops and couples communication workshops.
12. Nutrition counseling programs for weight loss and dietary controls for the treatment of certain conditions.
13. Exercise counseling programs to determine the appropriateness of certain exercise regimens and to design specific programs to deal with current or chronic medical conditions.