Help Enrich African American Lives Coalition (HEAAL)
For a more in depth look at the the Tanner Community Development Corporation HEAAL program visit heaalaz.org
To promote a community that embodies every aspect of health and wellness in all communities.
To enrich the quality of African American lives through community engagement and collaboration. To identify needs and develop prevention strategies that support healthy decision making for better lifestyle outcomes.
To increase the adult and youth perception of harm of African American youth substance misuse of alcohol, marijuana, and prescription drugs and identify the associated risk/protective factors. Increase awareness of suicide and available community mental health prevention and treatment services among African American individuals and families in Maricopa County
HEAAL Coalition staff and volunteers coordinate facilitated instruction and training that include:
Youth related Marijuana and Alcohol Prevention Education
Prescription (Rx) Drugs
- Rx360 workshops for youth and adults dealing with the consequences of misuse of prescription drugs and learn resistance strategies to prevent misuse.
Trauma Informed Care
Suicide Awareness and Prevention
- Semi-annual discussions with the community at large on behavioral and physical health issues.
Community Based Process
The coalition’s membership represents 12 Community Sectors which brings a diverse and wide range of resources to the group. The sectors, (which are required by our funders), are Youth, Parents, Business, Media, School, Youth Serving Org., Law Enforcement, Religious/Fraternal Org., Civic/Volunteer Org., Healthcare Professional, State/Local/Tribal Govt., Other Org. involved in reducing substance misuse.
- Community Education
- Suicide Awareness & Prevention
- Youth Advisory Board (YAB, adults)
- Youth Taking Charge (YTC, youth ages 12-17)
The Help Enrich African American Lives (HEAAL) Coalition is funded by Mercy Care, Drug Free Communities (DFC), and The Governor’s Office on Youth, Faith, and Family (GOYFF). (Tanner Community Development Corporation (TCDC) is the fiscal agent)
Arizona Suicide Prevention Coalition
Maricopa Elder Behavioral Health Advocacy Coalition
Safe Out Coalition
South Mountain WORKS Coalition
Urban Indian Coalition
Way Out West Coalition
The Spark of Our Start
- The HEAAL Coalition began as a program of the Tanner Community Development Corperation. Within the last 10 years we have served a geographical area bounded by Camelback Road to the north, 48th Street to the east, South Mountain Range to the south, and 83rd Avenue to the west with enrichment opportunities for the African Diaspora.
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