Minority Male Health

Mission and Goals

Student Affairs and Enrollment Management

Office of Minority Male Health

Mission
The Office of Minority Male health is dedicated to raising the level of awareness regarding chronic illness that affect minority males, by promoting and implementing activities that encourage minority males to adopt healthier lifestyles.

Goals
The six goals listed below are designed to support and further the purposes of the National Minority Male Health Project.

    1. To promote wellness and healthy living amongst minority male students at Lincoln University and amongst males in the cities of Coatesville, Oxford, and Lancaster by providing informational literature, conducting workshops and outreach programs with campus and community organizations.
    2. To increase the knowledge and awareness about chronic diseases particularly affecting mortality of minority males amongst the target group by providing informational literature, conducting workshops and outreach programs with campus and community organizations.
    3. To introduce strategies for effective stress management amongst the target group by providing informational literature, conducting workshops and outreach programs with campus and community organizations.
    4. To provide nutrition education and fitness information by providing informational literature, conducting workshops and outreach programs with campus and community organizations.
    5. To conduct smoking cessation workshops and seminars and provide informational literature on the health dangers of smoking, drug and alcohol use and abuse.
    6. To provide health education for minority male youth through the provision of mentoring for Lincoln undergraduates and area high school students.

 


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