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Friday, December 14, 2018

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Disaster Preparedness Guide for the AME Church

Disaster Preparedness Guide             for the AME Church Read more
Local Church Emergency Guidelines and Preparation for Disasters and National State of Emergency

AMEC Health Commission Feedback Form

AMEC Health Commission Feedback Form Read more
Tell us how to serve you better

AMEC First Aid Rendered Reporting Form

AMEC First Aid Rendered Reporting Form Read more
AMEC First Aid Rendered Reporting Form

American Heart Association Tool Kit

American Heart Association Tool Kit Read more

Go Red For Women is encouraging all women to know their numbers by scheduling a Well-Woman Visit with their healthcare provider. Below are tools and resources for patients, including an overview of the Well-Woman Visit, as well as supplemental materials specific to cardiovascular disease and stroke. Finally, we encourage all healthcare providers to join us in our effort with the Ad Council to raise awareness of Well-Woman Visits through the use and distribution of our marketing materials.

Active Shooter Pocket Card - Homeland Security

Active Shooter Pocket Card - Homeland Security Read more
An active shooter is an individual actively engaged in killing or attempting to kill people in a confined and populated area, typically through the use of firearms.

Partnering for Life Affirming Health & Well-Being through Cancer Awareness

Partnering for Life Affirming Health & Well-Being through Cancer Awareness Read more
About 189,910 new cancer cases were expected to be diagnosed among blacks in 2016. The most commonly diagnosed cancers among black men are prostate (31% of all cancers), lung (15%), and colon and rectum (9%). Among black women, the most common cancers are breast (32% of all cancers), lung (11%), and colon and rectum (9%).  Download this Toolkit today for more information.

CONFERENCE CALL WITH PRESIDENT OBAMA

CONFERENCE CALL WITH PRESIDENT OBAMA Read more
Also at right you will find a copy of the original text prepared to tell the A.M.E. Affordable Care Act (ObamaCare) Story. It was shared on President Obama’s National Conference Call with the Faith Community on March 10, 2014. The African Methodist Episcopal Church was honored to represent the work of all denominations.

A.M.E. Church Social Action Commission,

A.M.E. Church Social Action Commission, Read more

THANK YOU MESSAGE

At right you will find a thank you letter from Bishop Reginald T. Jackson, Chair of the Social Action Commission, thanking the leadership and membership of the African Methodist Episcopal Church for your cooperation and support in informing and enrolling members of our congregations and communities in the Affordable Care Act

Connectional Health Commission Handbook 4thEdition

Connectional Health Commission Handbook 4thEdition Read more
The Connectional Health Commission was founded by Dr. Leonadis Berry. Its original purpose was to provide health care to attendees to the General Conference. The first aid stations were equipped by The American Red Cross and volunteer nurses and doctors. They also provided health literature to the delegates.

Connectional Health Commission Health Calendar with Scripture References

Connectional Health Commission Health Calendar with Scripture References Read more

Connectional Health Commission Health Calendar with Scripture References
Bishop Harry L. Seawright, Commission Chair
Reverend Natalie Mitchem, MDiv, Registered Dietitian, Nutritionist, CHC Executive Health Director
Reverend Miriam Burnett, MD, MDiv, MPH, CHC Medical Director

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