Allied Wellness Center

  Promoting health and wellness of mind, body, and spirit


Regular Programs
The Allied Wellness Center provides a number of programs and services focused on outreach and prevention education. Read below for more information about our programs and events. Please also view the August 2010 Calendar for the detailed schedule of many neighborhood events and programs.

AIDS Network

Rapid HIV testing, prevention, and education available every Thursday from 1 to 4 pm.

Allied Area Partnership Toward Recovery

A Substance abuse support program for residents in the Allied neighborhood who want to make a change in their lives One-on-one counseling available during the week. Call 274-7006 for an appointment. Every Friday night (except the fourth Friday of the month) at 6 p.m join us for 'Stories of Change' from people who used to get high. Come be encouraged in your recovery journey. Supper provided. (Download the brochure)

Allied Wellness Co-Op

Residents from the Allied and Dunn’s Marsh neighborhood want to build a place where they can work together to strengthen people, families and the community. The Allied Wellness Co-op is a way to do that.

A cooperative is a member-owned and run organization that benefits all its members. People, businesses and organizations can join and work together to build:
  • Job training and support that works for everyone
  • Community programs for and by members
  • A place for everyone
Read the flier for more details.

Community Health Liaison

Available for health assistance, advocacy, education, referral, and one?on?one counseling. Also coordinates wellness programs at the center. Hours are Tuesday and Wednesday from 8:45 am to 4:30 pm and Friday from 8:45 am to noon.

Community Parish Nurse

Available for health assessment, advocacy, education, referral, and one-on-one counseling. Also coordinates wellness programs at the center. Hours are Tuesday and Wednesday from 8:45 am to 4:30 pm and Friday from 8:45 am to noon.

Prayer Meeting and Bible Study

Every Monday from 6 to 7 pm. Sponsored by the African American Council of Churches.

Welcomers Club

Be a friendly contact for new residents moving into the neighborhood. Socialize and meet people! Call to sign up.