Who We Are

About

Who We Are

At CWHA , we are committed to making a positive impact on our community by providing comprehensive services within our HIV, Women’s Health and Immigration/Legal departments.
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Our Story

Caribbean Women’s Health Association, Inc. (CWHA) was founded in 1982. For over thirty years CWHA has served as an advocacy group and service provider in the community. CWHA strongly relies on community involvement in planning, implementation and evaluation of programs that meets the health and social support needs of the community. There is continuous interaction with the community to review the appropriateness of the educational and promotional materials produced by CWHA.

Our Mission

Providing High Quality, Comprehensive, Culturally Appropriate Health, Immigration And Social Support Services To Its Diverse Constituency.

Our Vision

Transforming Lives, Strengthening Families And Building Bridges Across Culturally Diverse Communities.

Our Services

Immigration

Our Immigration team is staffed by experienced, licensed attorneys CWHA represents clients in the following areas:

  • Adjustment of Status (Green Card in the US)
  • Consular Processing (Filing for Relatives Overseas)
  • Deferred Action of Childhood Arrivals (DACA) Renewals
  • More…
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Women's Health

CWHA seeks to assist in the reduction of infant mortality and improve maternal and infant health outcomes and health disparities through community-based activities in neighborhoods disproportionately affected by poor birth, infant and health outcomes.
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HIV/AIDS

For decades, CWHA has been involved in the fight to stop the HIV/AIDS epidemic. During the fiscal year 2021-2022, we educated roughly 10,000 residents on HIV prevention. Our HIV Prevention Team provides culturally relevant education on a wide range of topics relating to the most important health challenges in our communities.
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