The Community Wellness Project’s mission is to promote community wellness through education, prevention, and resources with special regard for diverse cultural and racial minorities who are under-served and under-represented in the United States and its associate territories, with offices located in the St. Louis and Illinois regions.
For over 30 years, Mrs. Dana Williams has been committed to address health disparities, especially within the Black community. As a co-founder and Executive Director of The Community Wellness Project, Dana tethered herself to Black community leaders and local businesses within the St. Louis, MO to offer free sexual wellness screenings and link newly discovered individuals living with HIV into CARE services. In addition, Dana co-authored many CDC (Centers for Disease Control) interventions for the Black LGBTQIA+ community, which promotes safer sex practices, healthy relationships, and popular opinion leader trainings. Today, CWP offers diabetic services, harm reduction, HIV prevention and CARE services in St. Louis, MO and E. St. Louis, IL. Dana’s vision and multi-faceted approach to address health inequity has saved thousands of lives while providing a sense of home to each community member who visits The CWP office.
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Why Choose Us
In March 2023, The Community Wellness Project Celebrated 20 Years of Service
The Community Wellness Project Continues to Employ Community Members with Lived Experiences, Students, Medical and Degreed Professionals Alike to Provide the Best Wrap-Around Community Health Service in St. Louis, Missouri and East St. Louis, Illinois.
The Community Wellness Project Provides Free Healthcare Services To All Community Members (13+ Years Old), Regardless of Ethnicity, Race, Religion, Sex, Sexuality, Gender Expression or Identity, or HIV / STI Status.
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Ameren Missouri Utilities
Black Women’s Health Imperative
Bristol Myers-Squibb Company
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention ~ HIV Section (CDC)
Of Health and Human Services National Office of Women’s Health7-Gilead Sciences
Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) ~ African American AIDS Response Act (AAARA)
Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) ~ Brothers and Sisters United Against HIV/AIDS (BASUAH)
Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) ~ Quality of Life
Janssen Therapeutics Inc. / Johnson & Johnson
Lead, Mentor, & Grow Inc. 501(c)(3).
Merck Human Health
Missouri Department of Health & Senior Services
Missouri Foundation for Health (MFH)
Office of Minority Health Region IV Office of Minority Health
Saint Louis University ~ African American Studies (SLU)
SAMHSA (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration)
Tanzania Interfaith Partnership
ViiV Healthcare / GSK
Committed to promoting and increasing health equity. serving the nations’ disadvantaged, under-represented, and under-served racial/ethnic minority populations through the development of multi-faceted programming designed to address health disparities, prevention services and wellness education.
Corporate Office906 Olive St. Suite 200St. Louis, MO 63101
East St. Louis Office505 S. 8th StreetEast St. Louis, IL 62201
Corporate OfficePhone : 314.421.9603Fax : 618.874.9501
East St. Louis OfficePhone : 618.874.9500 Fax : 618.874.9502
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