Connector Articles, COVID-19

Adapting to COVID-19 Reality to Continue Other Health Services


November 20, 2020

By Sarah Scott, Pepperdine University Student and CCIH Communications and Advocacy InternĀ  The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted nearly every aspect of life. It has affected where people work, attend school, and for millions across the globe, it affects if and how they seek medical care.… More

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Connector Articles, Disability Inclusion

Resources to Reach Out to Those with Disabilities in Your Area


November 2, 2020

by Karen Rispin, Assistive Technology A neglected population: Many faith-based health providers intend to follow in the footsteps of Jesus when they reach out to heal. If you look carefully, most of those Jesus healed were people living with chronic disabilities.… More

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Connector Articles, Disability Inclusion

Navigating Disability Advocacy and Care During COVID-19


October 23, 2020

by Abigail Kim, University of Southern California Student and CCIH Communications and Advocacy Intern Last semester, I took a course focused on the narratives surrounding illness and disability. This class opened up a world of stories, lived experiences, and perspectives that shed light on an exceedingly under-discussed topic.… More

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Connector Articles, HIV/AIDS

Funding of Faith-Based HIV Programs and Services


October 22, 2020

Where do we Stand? An analysis by Doug Fountain, CCIH Executive Director Faith-based organizations (FBOs) and religious leaders are effective partners in the global goal to control HIV/AIDS. Inconsistent or declining funding to FBOs may hamper our ability to accomplish this goal.… More

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