PARTNERS

City of East St. Louis

WPT works collaboratively with The City of East St. Louis by managing the Charter local access channel WESL TV- 984, which serves the communities of East St. Louis, Alorton, Centerville, Washington Park, Cahokia, Brooklyn and Sauget. This partnership provides a platform for WPT to disseminate health related information to citizens.

East Side Health District

WPT works collaboratively with East Side Health District by providing basic health protection and disease prevention services to the residents of Canteen, Centreville, East St Louis and Stites townships.

New Day Recovery Club

WPT works collaboratively with New Day Recovery Clubby providing referrals for individuals that are dealing with substance abuse issues. The New Day Recovery Club is an addiction recovery ministry that combines biblical direction, professional expertise, and real world practicality to provide an array of services to alcoholics, addicts, families and churches.

Southern Illinois Healthcare Foundation

WPT works collaboratively with Southern Illinois Healthcare Foundation to serve predominantly low income and underserved populations in the East St. Louis metropolitan area. The services include referrals to primary care, dental, behavioral health, and other support services to those most in need of medical care.

Washington University – Project ARK/The SPOT

WPT works collaboratively with Project ARK in providing services that enhance the lives of youth, women, and families infected, affected, and at-risk of HIV disease through coordination of medical care, social support, and prevention services.

Williams and Associates

WPT works collaboratively with Williams & Associates, Inc. addressing minority health disparities. The agencies also provide preventive health education, disease prevention, health promotion, and care services that address the health disparities of minorities in the St. Louis Bi-State region, with particular regard to African Americans.

Comprehensive Behavioral Health Center (CBHC)

WPT works collaboratively with The City of East St. Louis by managing the Charter local access channel WESL TV- 984, which serves the communities of East St. Louis, Alorton, Centerville, Washington Park, Cahokia, Brooklyn and Sauget. This partnership provides a platform for WPT to disseminate health related information to citizens.

Kaleidoscope

The Kaleidoscope Youth Center work collaboratively with the Mallorie Mahr Empowerment Center for Youth. The mission is to reduce the spread of HIV/AIDS in the high risk prioritized groups in Region 4.

New Salem Baptist District Association (NSBDA)

WPT works collaboratively with New Salem Baptist District Association to implement faith-based initiatives in East St. Louis and its surrounding communities. NSBDA is comprised of over 50 churches working in unison to erase the stigma associated with HIV/AIDS.



School District # 187 and #189

WPT works collaboratively with Cahokia and East St. Louis School Districts to provide educational experiences for students. Opportunities are inclusive of, but not limited to, community-based programs that focus on empowerment as it relates to health education.

St. Clair County Health Department

WPT works collaboratively with the St. Clair County Health Department to carry out basic health protection and disease prevention services. They also serve as a resource to work collaboratively with health providers, community organizations and the public.

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