URMC / Center for Community Health / Programs and Services Programs and Services The Center’s varied programs focus on prevention and are designed to help people lead healthier lives. They include the following: Heart Advocate Program - a clinic-based program to help adults diagnosed with high blood pressure get their blood pressure under control. Cancer Services Program of Monroe County - offering free cancer screenings for men and women, ages 40-64, with little or no insurance. Communicable Diseases Surveillance and Prevention Program - a program comprised of the Emerging Infections Program (EIP) and Healthcare Associated Infections Preventions (HAI) Collaboratives. Family, Food and Fun - offering programming in housing facilities to help families stay physically active and live healthy lifestyles together. Healthy Living Center - providing individualized support and group programs for those looking to make lasting lifestyle changes toward better health. Includes lifestyle management programs available at no cost to eligible UR employees, spouses/domestic partners, and retirees. Healthy Living Library – offering a quiet, comfortable place for reading and research on health topics. Healthy Living Program/Vida en Salud - community-based fitness and health education programs aimed at helping African Americans and Latinos adopt healthy lifestyles. Rochester Health Profession Opportunity Grants (ROC-HPOG) - Provides education and training programs in high-demand healthcare professions to Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) recipients, incumbent workers, and other low-income individuals. Rochester Walks! - working in city neighborhoods to promote walking and encourage physical activity. Teen Health and Success Partnership - partnering with Hillside Work-Scholarship Connection to increase graduation rates in Rochester City Schools and help young adults find and keep jobs.