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Community-Based Programs

Couple riding bikesFree group programs offered across the region that address a variety of health topics aimed at helping prevent chronic disease

The Center works with a variety of community partners to make free health education and resources available throughout the region.

Cancer Services Program of the Finger Lakes Region

The Cancer Services Program of the Finger Lakes Region is a comprehensive cancer education and navigation program for breast, cervical and colorectal cancer patients. The program covers the cost of breast, cervical and colorectal cancer screening and diagnostic tests for eligible men and women who are uninsured or underinsured.

Promote Health. Prevent Cancer.

The Center for Community Health & Prevention and Wilmot Cancer Institute have partnered together for the Promote Health. Prevent Cancer. initiative to provide evidence-informed health promotion and cancer prevention education to community members throughout our region. The initiative, made up of eight-week healthy living classes and individual health talks, provides individuals with the tools to make and maintain healthy lifestyle choices, therefore, lowering the risk of cancer and other chronic diseases while increasing their overall health.

Healthy Living Program/Vida en Salud

Healthy Living Program/Vida en Salud are physical activity and health education programs aimed at helping prevent chronic disease within the City of Rochester.

Tienes Salud

Tienes Salud is a specialty health program tailored to the Hispanic community in the Project Hope neighborhood of Rochester, NY. The talks, facilitated by Spanish-speaking medical experts, cover a variety of health and wellness topics focused on improving health through increased physical activity, improved nutrition, health screenings, etc.

Family, Food and Fun

Family, Food and Fun is intended for families living in public housing communities with children ages 2 to 16. Educators teach families simple ways to include more fruits and vegetables in their diets, prepare healthy meals and perform physical activities together.

Rochester Diabetes Prevention Program

Facilitators of the Rochester Diabetes Prevention Program are trained to run the evidence-based Centers for Disease Control & Prevention Diabetes Prevention Program both in community settings and physician practices.