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Community Outreach Services

Congregational Health Ministry (CHM) is the outreach arm of Inner City Health Center (ICHC).  CHM extends ICHC’s mission beyond its walls by partnering with local churches, faith-based agencies, community groups, and colleges and universities to offer health education, facilitate health promotion, and advocate for the rights of everyone to be as healthy as possible. CHM uniquely promotes alignment between spirituality, faith, and healthy living.  To organize a screening or an educational workshop for your congregation, community group or college/university, call Jeri at 720-833-5088 to schedule an appointment

  • Basic health screenings at no cost; including blood pressure, BMI, cholesterol, diabetes, blood oxygen levels, and referrals to Inner City Health Center for follow up care.
  • Assistance with making health care affordable and accessible to all.
  • CPR and first aid training for a nominal fee.
  • In-person health education for individual and groups.
  • Assistance with starting a health ministry for faith-based and other community groups.
CONGREGATIONAL OUTREACH CONTACT

Jeri Ajayi - Director of Congregational Health Ministry

Jeri Ajayi

Director of Congregational Health Ministry

Master of Public Administration (MPA) serves as the Director of Congregational Health Ministry. Having several years’ experience in public outreach, health education, and health promotion; she is a community activist. Her roots run deep in promoting equity for all persons, regardless of what they look like, where they come from, or who they love. Jeri believes “with dreams of equality for all, I am encouraged by public health’s comprehensive approach to addressing the needs of individuals, their families, their peers, and the community systems in which we live. I am honored to serve Inner City Health Center because of my faith.”

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