Accelerating Best Practices in Peer Support Around the World

Black History Month Special Issue

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Across urban and rural settings, peer support is helping African Americans address health issues such as diabetes and cancer.

In honor of Black History Month, our February newsletter looks at peer support programs around the country that are making a difference in African American communities.


Peer Support: A Day in the Life — Promotores de Salud & Community Health Workers

Our brand new video follows the day in the life of a community health worker and a promotora de salud in Chicago as they support African Americans and Latinos living with type 2 diabetes.


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