Hypertension Awareness Class - Center for African American Health
Center for African American Health
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Mile High United Way - MHUW
Description of Service
Provides the Check. Change. Control. program, which is a free, evidence-based seven-class hypertension awareness series designed to teach high blood pressure self-monitoring skills empowering participants to take ownership of their cardiovascular health. Incentives include blood pressure monitors, cookbooks, pedometers and more. Classes begin October 2019, lasts eight weeks with each session running an hour and a half every other week.
Adams, Arapahoe, Denver counties
Register by October 21st, 2019 via Event Brite here by going to https://ccc-register.eventbrite.com.
African Americans experience high blood pressure at greater rates than any other racial group in the United States.
Participants may receive pedometers, water bottles, low-sodium cookbooks, etc. as well as a blood pressure cuff upon completion of the course.
Individuals 18 years and older who have been diagnosed with hypertension or at risk of hypertension as defined by their doctor.