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Capacity-Building for Health-Based Initiatives and Ministries with EHE Enhanced Strategies.


CHIMES is an educational training program designed for faith-based entities and individuals. The program teaches basic health promotion, health education, practical health care skills for laypersons, diversity, and inclusion, and HIV education faith-based entities and individuals. There is a fee associated with this training however, with support via funds from the Compass Initiative Faith Capacity Building Grant Initiative, some attendees can train for free.

Topics are taught by an experienced public health professional with private health experience. Topic includes:

  • Assessing your faith-based members' needs

  • Understanding your existing people resources

  • What is Wellness?

  • Social Determinants of Health

  • Top Five Health Issues in BIPOC populations

  • Nutrition

  • HIV and Ending the HIV Epidemic

  • Designing your Health Ministry Wellness Strategic Plan and Calendar


The training includes certificates of completion in: 

  • CPR

  • Vital Signs

  • HIV

  • Beginner's Grant Writing

  • Mental Health Education




Sign Up! First Come, First Served.

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Comfort in CoParenting

Helping parents work together

The goal of Comfort in Coparenting is to provide assessments, high-level educational sessions, family mediation services, coaching (using motivational interviewing and coaching techniques), mentoring and modeling, and referrals to counseling services and/or case management services to facilitate a healthier co-parenting relationship. The program is designed to engage families for a minimum of three months.

Comfort in Coparenting targets couples who are pregnant of parenting at any age, marital status, sexual orientation, or gender. The program is designed to effectively reach and enroll low-income (according to 2021 Federal Poverty Guidelines) BIPOC couples/parents. Given the time-intensive nature of the program’s services, Comfort in Coparenting seeks to serve 10 couples per program year. Each participant will receive up to six hou
rs of family mediation (resulting in a parenting time plan) and ongoing coaching and mentoring services.

Inspiration and Change Inc. Does not provide legal services or advice.

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Faith-Based Projects

Ending the HIV Epidemic

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Enroll in the Commitment to Mobilize! 

As public health professionals, we cannot do it alone. We need your skill, your relationships, your reputation, and your wisdom to make our communities healthier. Whatever you can commit to, big or small, WILL make a difference. We welcome all faith-based entities. This includes all denominations of churches, ministries, groups, those unaffiliated, and other entities motivated by faith, a higher power, or religion. This educational program is a safe space for everyone. 

The BaBa Project

Fatherhood Education and Support Services

The BaBa Project or BaBa is a unique program that is designed for all people who identify as a male but will more specifically target unmarried BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and persons of color) people who identify as a male between 15 and 26 years old who reside in the Central Florida area and have no children, are expecting, or have children between the ages of 0-18 years old. This program will provide education and support services designed to reduce the burden on BIPOC fathers who do not have the knowledge of or support to establish or utilize their parental rights in the State of Florida. The program aims to educate males before they become fathers so they can apply what is learned once they begin having children and improve the outcomes for their father/child relationship before their child is born. Individuals who are already parenting will be offered the same services including help with their coparenting relationship, documentation, education, and other services. Program participants will be offered quarterly Legitimacy Workshops designed to ensure they understand their rights as fathers in the State of Florida (ideally, before they become fathers) and will be assisted in completing an evidence-informed online fatherhood training. The program will also offer support for BIPOC fathers with children to better ensure those fathers have supplies for their children when they are in their care.

Three ways to sign up

1) Scan the QR Code

2) Text BABA to 66866

3) Visit

Inspiration and Change Inc. Does not provide legal services or advice.

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The BaBa Project
Comfort in CoParenting
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Education and Training

Learning and Growing

  • Certified Community Health Worker Training

  • Public Health and Nonprofit Education & Training

  • Allied Health Training

  • Workshops

  • Classes

  • Training for individuals, groups, and other organizations and businesses.

Education and Training
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Community Blood Pressure Monitoring Program


  • Free Blood Pressure Screenings at Our Office

    • By walk-in when the office is open and trained staff are available​

    • By appointment and walk-in on Wednesdays

  • Health Education

  • Access to a Community Health Worker/Advocate

  • Linkages to Health Care

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Digital Health Equity Program

Access to the Internet and the Skills to Use It Matters

The digital divide is a term that refers to the gap between demographics and regions that have access to modern information and communications technology (ICT), and those that don't or have restricted access (Tech Target, 2021). In response, we provide:


  • Free Education on Computer Usage and Cell Phone Usage

  • Free Education and Information on Telemedicine, Telehealth Services and Finding Health Information and Resources Online

  • Assistance Signing up for Free Equipment

  • Education and Advocacy to Support Digital Access and Inclusion for Underrepresented End Users.

All ages are welcome. Don't forget to share with your parents and grandparents

See if you qualify for free internet service, cellular service, or help buying a laptop.


Digital Health Equity
Free BP Checks
Other Services
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Are you Covid-19 negative? HIV negative? We want you to say it with your TEST!

Saying it with your chest is a colloquial phrase, often used in communities of color. It means to say it with confidence--say it without doubt. It means to STAND ON IT. 


It is important we KNOW our health status without making unsafe assumptions. We need to be able to say with confidence that we are healthy and well. That goes for any type of health concern or issue.


Our Say It With Your Test Campaign wants you to know your status. No matter the test, we want you to BE SURE, you are in an optimal state of wellness. 

There is only one way to know...GET TESTED!


We want to help make that easier. We have free HIV and Covid-19 self-testing kits. That means you can take these tests in the privacy of your home!

Just text the letters SAYIT (no spaces) to 66866. Thanks to a partnership with the Hope and Help Center of Central Florida, we can offer you a $20 gift card for taking the HIV self-test. 

You can also request a test kit by texting 407.801.9046

We are planning to add more health testing options. If you are interested in partnering, please contact us.

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Other Services

Health Services, Social Support, and Referrals

  • CLIA Waived Laboratory Services/Point of Care Laboratory services--limited

  • HIV testing, counseling

  • Food assistance/referrals

  • Clothing assistance/referrals

  • Toiletries

  • Transportation assistance/referrals

  • Other services

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