Physical and Mental Health

Through its Physical and Mental Health thrust, Collin County Alumnae purposes to impact the well-being of its members, their families and the communities they serve with a focus on addressing health issues disparately impacting the African-American family. Our goal is to encourage behavioral lifestyle change for the physical, mental, and spiritual well-being of African-American families.

One of the chapter’s signature events is the Taboo Tea held annually in March. The purpose of the tea is to create a forum where women can have open dialogue on “Catching, Coping and Conquering” those diseases and health concerns that disproportionately impact African-American women. The Taboo Tea includes a panel of African-American female medical professionals who are experts in the fields of internal medicine, breast surgical oncology, obstetrics and gynecology, psychiatry, nursing, etc. and allows for open participation and dialogue from attendees     on the various medical concerns.

Other CCAC Physical & Mental Health programs include:

* Chapter sports, aerobics, dance and walking clubs
* Participating in the 50 Million Pound Challenge
* Participating in the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure
* Creating a “Healthy Choices” cookbook

Collin County Alumnae Chapter
P.O. Box 10
Allen, TX 75013

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