Health and Wellness
Wednesday, 14 August 2013 15:23

Back To School Drive

Back To School Drive


Community Empowerment Association and the Pittsburgh's NAACP is sponsoring a back to school supply drive. We are asking for your charitable donations for children who are at an economic disadvantage.

The most precious assets we have are our children; let's invest in them to insure in their social, educational and civic development.

Thank you - in...
Published in Community Health
Monday, 14 January 2013 15:56

Behavioral Health & Wellness Overview

Since 1995, CEA has been successful in building a grassroots, community based organization designed to address the needs of the unemployed, the hard to serve, at-risk of welfare dependent individuals and families, violent youth gangs and children at risk of school failure. CEA seeks to facilitate a process of community building by empowering families in becoming competent, confident, conscious, contributing members of the community. Family empowerment leads to community empowerment in which...
Published in About
Thursday, 20 December 2012 22:52

A National Tragedy

A National Tragedy
Once again gun violence has permeated the media airways of America and throughout the world with the recent killing of innocent children in Connecticut. Hundreds of children throughout the country each year have died senselessly by gun violence - Columbine, Virginia Tech, Colorado as well as in the many urban centers of America. A reoccurring theme is that the perpetrator shows signs of mental illness. Yet those of moral conscious refuse to acknowledge that we have to address...
Published in Community Health
Thursday, 05 July 2012 22:01

Black Butterflies

Black Butterflies
Sister 2 Sister Presents Black Butterflies CEA's Community Wellness Initiative is a holistic therapeutic program to support the wellness of children, adults and families in comfortable and natural community settings. The goal of this culturally specific initiative is to foster an environment of empowerment for youth and their families to determine and advocate for their needs, improve their health and pursue their aspirations. In an effort to provide more comprehensive services CEA's Community...
Published in Community Health
Thursday, 14 June 2012 18:38

Community Wellness Initiative

Community Wellness Initiative
Get the Flyer Since 1995, CEA has been successful in building a grassroots, community-based organization designed to address the needs of the unemployed, the hard-to-serve, at-risk of welfare dependent individuals and families, violent youth gangs and children at risk of school failure. We seek to facilitate a process of community building by empowering families in becoming competent, confident, conscious, contributing members of the community - Family empowerment leads to community...
Published in Community Health