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Shannon Stephenson – 20 Under 40

Cempa CEO, Shannon Stephenson has been featured in Chatter Magazine’s 20 Under 40! Check out some highlights from her interview below and read the article in its entirety here. Shannon Stephenson, 37 CEO, Cempa Community Care; Owner, Vertical Consult and Academy VC; Member, Mayor [Berke]’s Joint COVID-19 Task Force; Chair, Community Testing Subcommittee; 2019 Champion…

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Cempa Celebrates Pride Month + Dining Out For Life

Cempa Community Care remains committed to providing equal and equitable access to healthcare and support services, including in marginalized communities. We’re committed to supporting the LGBTQ communities in all the work we do. Join Cempa Community Care in celebrating Pride Month this June.  Pride Month celebrations in 2019 marked 50 years since the 1969 Stonewall…

COVID-19 Updates

Cempa Community Care To Offer Free Drive-Thru And Walk-Up COVID-19 Testing At Avondale Youth And Family Development Center

To expand access to COVID-19 testing in the Chattanooga area, Cempa Community Care, in partnership with Alleo Health System, LifeSpring Pediatrics, the City of Chattanooga — Youth & Family Development and the Hamilton County Health Department, will offer free drive-thru and walk-up testing in the Avondale Youth and Family Development Center parking lot, 1305 Dodson Ave.…

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Make Time for Mental Health Awareness

Millions of people are affected by mental health and behavioral health issues every year. One in five adults in the U.S. struggles with a mental illness, according to the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI). During May, Cempa Community Care and its healthcare providers recognize Mental Health Awareness month to end the stigma around mental…

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Get Tested + Know the Facts: April Is STI Awareness Month

Sexually transmitted diseases are surging across the United States, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). In fact, rates of chlamydia, gonorrhea, and syphilis have sharply increased since 2013. Nearly 20 million new STI infections are reported annually, and half of all new STIs are diagnosed in people younger than 25. While…

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