Coalition of Georgia

Empowering Minority Communities
to Achieve Better Health Outcomes

We provide education and resources on how to stay healthy, connect you with quality healthcare providers, and advocate for policies that will improve the health of Hispanics in our state.

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Understanding the Disproportionate Impact of Chronic Diseases on Minority Populations


HHCGA provides a library of authenticated answers by doctors and other healthcare professionals through our partnership with HIA Technologies, Inc. and their interactive platform, HIA TOPICS (TM)


We are a voice for minority populations, working to ensure they have access to the resources and information they need to improve their health outcomes.


Committed to educating the community on important health topics, particularly those disproportionately affecting minority populations.

HHCGA Partners and Resources

Finally, Education For Us

Developed for us, with us

We've partnered with HIA Technologies to provide expertly-authored patient education designed for our community. Covering a range of preventative screening tests - these interactive sessions, known as "Aivios" can answer your questions in real time.

Get Your Facts Right

Is Cervical Cancer a Real Threat to Hispanic Women?

Cervical cancer is a growing concern among our communities. In 2022, an estimated 2,460 cases of invasive cervical cancer are expected to be diagnosed among Black women, that's 22% higher than other, non-Hispanic white women. However, the death rate has been on a steady incline among Hispanic women as well, up 2% every year!

We partnered with leading OBGYN Dr. Alane Park and HIA Technologies to present you with the latest information regarding screening to prevent cervical cancer. Learn more about Colposcopy & Biopsy and the HPV virus that causes cervical cancer.

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Why Does Colon Cancer Disproportionately Hurt Hispanic Men?

Cancer is the leading cause of death in the hispanic community, overall. For colorectal cancer. specifically, the death rate is 11% in men and 9% in women. Two of the factors that increase the risk of colorectal cancer disproportionately affect the Hispanic community.

These are excess body weight and type II diabetes. For adults ages 45 and older who are at average risk for the disease, colorectal cancer risk is also reduced through the use of screening tests that can detect and remove precancerous polyps, as well as detecting cancer at an early stage before symptoms develop.

Learn more about prevention and screening, it could save your life.

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Why are women of color more likely to die of cancer?

Black women with breast cancer are 41% more likely to die from the disease than white women and it all comes down to early detection. White women are typically diagnosed earlier, allowing more time for treatment and better outcomes.

Women of color are also less likely to be screened with the newest technology, and have longer wait times between abnormal results and follow-up, according to the American Cancer Society.

Talk to the women in your life about mammography today and help them avoid being one of the predicted 6,800 breast cancer deaths this year.

The HHCGA in partnership with HIA are paving the way to health equity and patient education

Education - Resources - Training

Resources For Change

Navigate the healthcare system and access the care you need

National Alliance for Hispanic Health

Providing individuals with the tools and resources they need to manage their health, including access to information on health services and resources.

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Georgia CORE

With CORE's efforts, we can break the cycle of poverty and disaster for marginalized communities. Through their unique approach, they are able to provide equitable relief directly to those who need it most.

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Georgia Department of Community Affairs

DCA provides a wealth of resources and information on safe and affordable housing, local government assistance, and community and economic development, enabling communities to make informed decisions and take advantage of opportunities for growth.

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The CEAL team is providing education on the history and ethics of biomedical research, helping community members make informed choices about vaccination and participation in vaccine trials.

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GA Department of Public Health

Take steps to reduce their risk of developing chronic diseases and to support the efforts of the Georgia Department of Public Health to improve the health of Georgia communities.

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It is important to stay informed and check the CDC website frequently for the most up-to-date information. It's a good idea to consult with your healthcare provider to determine the best course of action.

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Hispanic Health Coalition of Georgia

Transforming Lives: The Impact of HHCGA in the Community

HHCGA is making a real impact in the lives of many, from providing support to those struggling with chronic diseases to educating the community on how to live healthy lives.