We empower women and their families to TAKE ACTION in their health and well-being.
Empowering women and their families living in urban communities to TAKE ACTION in their health and well-being through education, prevention, advocacy, and care.
We are cultural and gender responsive space.
Together, We WIN!
By helping women to create a culture of wellness using the 7 Dimensions of Wellness, women and their families develop skills and tools to address all aspects of their lives to improve their vitality and to make better lifestyle choices.
CELEBRATE 10 Years of the Center of Wellness for urban women!
We've had 10 years of serving women in the community. We are so happy to be able to celebrate with supporters this accomplishment!
On Saturday Nov 4th, we came together with cooking demos, coloring, zumba, and more! So much fun! We are excited to keep serving women and families for another 10 years.
healing spaces drop in - starting in January 2018
Starting in 2018, every 2nd Wednesday from 5:30pm-8pm, the CWUW offices will be open for sisterfriend conversations and support. Stop by and let's talk and support one another. For more information, call us at 317-925-4231 ext 265
Sign up for one on one 7 Dimensions of Wellness coaching and support
We will teach you the 7 Dimensions of Wellness, help you to set goals for each, and support you in obtaining your goals. The no cost program is for women who are under-resourced or low income who are needing support in living a healthier life. This isn't a weight loss program.
For more information, call us at 317-925-4231 ext 265 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org To complete the assessment, click the button below to get started!
Changes in our Phone Numbers
To reach us, please call us at 317-925-4231 ext 265.
To learn about our upcoming activities, call our activity line at 317-520-CWUW (2989)
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Women's Health In Indiana
On average, about 23 women die from heart disease and stroke in Indiana each day.
- 59.5% of women in Indiana are obese and overweight.
- 43.7% of women in Indiana report poor mental health.
-(Indiana Department of Women's Health)
Together, We Win!
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