The MISSION of the consortium is to assist the St. Petersburg Healthy Start Federal Project (Project) in establishing a community voice and raise awareness to address social and economic factors that cause poor health, infant mortality and low birth rates in the African American community.
The PURPOSE is to:
- Serve as an advisory board to the Project and make recommendation about program services and their delivery.
- Promote the health and well being among families within their communities.
- Collaborate with community organizations to sponsor events that raise awareness in the efforts to reduce and maintain a low infant mortality rates.
What does C.R.E.E.D. stand for?
Creating Racial Equality and Ending Disparities
What is C.R.E.E.D.?
A community consortium and action group supporting the mission and vision of the St. Petersburg Healthy Start Federal Project
Where does C.R.E.E.D. meet?
At All Children's Education and Conference Center.
When does the group meet?
They meet every 2nd Monday of each month from 6:00-7:30pm
Is there a membership fee?
No, there is not a fee.
Can anyone participate?
Yes, everyone is welcomed.
How can I get involved?
Contact Amber Tellis, the consortium coordinator by calling (727) 767-4731.