7 Dimensions of Wellness

7 Dimensions of Wellness
7 Dimensions of Wellness

Thursday, June 4, 2009

CWUW: Who We Are?

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Center of Wellness for Urban Women, Inc (CWUW empowers women and their families to become proactive in their health by improving their mind, body, and spirit through education, advocacy, care, and prevention.

Utilizing the 7 Dimensions of Wellness, CWUW recognizes the mind, body, and spirit connection leads to total health and well-being. 7 Dimensions of Wellness include: Physical Wellness, Spiritual Wellness, Emotional Wellness, Social Wellness, Environmental Wellness, Occupational Wellness, and Intellectual Wellness.


CWUW Programs:

Health Information Programs— HIP

Workshops and Multiple Session Interventions to educate women on health issues like emotional wellness, weight management, diabetes, breast cancer, and cardiovascular health. HIP workshops incorporate the 7 dimensions of wellness in all its messages.

Health Management and Resource Coordination

CWUW believes its important to help women to coordinate their health services and to support them on their journey for total health. Health Management and Resource Coordination (HMRC) will assist women in locating needed services throughout Marion County, assist in scheduling appointments, tracking services, and helping women to maintain their medical records. HMRC is designed to “integrate, coordinate, and strengthen linkages between programs and activities that are already underway in the community to enhance services available to women and to reduce fragmentation in women's health services.” National Community Centers of Excellence on Women’s Health model

Sisters Together Program: Comprehensive Health Management Program

Components of Sisters Together include: Walking Program, Life Coaching, Holistic Nutrition Education, Homeopathy Referrals.

CWUW Life Jam:

Its not only fundraiser but a concert, an art show, and simply an opportunity for friends to come together to have a good time in a safe, healthy environment!

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