Meet the team

Our mission is to improve men’s health through education, screenings, referral options, and advocacy to identify health risks and to take early action to reduce those risks.

Our vision is to lessen the gaps between life expectancy of men and women by helping them understand the importance of early detection and intervention.

Our belief is that all men are entitled to improve quality and longevity of their lives.


“During my urologic residency I came to understand the limited level of awareness which existed among men – and the community in general – regarding men’s health issues. I decided that the best way to address this need was by community outreach. Kofi Annan said that “Knowledge is power, and information is liberating,” and nothing could be more true when it comes to your health. This is also the heart of what CHAMPS is about: by providing education and promoting awareness we want to help prevent illnesses. CHAMPS wishes to offer community members opportunities to learn about their health and to make changes in their lifestyle that will lead to improved quality of life.

Dr. James K. Bennett



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Morehouse School of Medicine Events

The morehouse events are hosted by the Southeastern Primary Care Consortium, Inc. Atlanta Area Health Eduction Center. CHAMPS attends morehouse school of medicine speed learning events to engage students in what the field of Public Health is like and also introduce them to CHAMPS and the internship program.

Big Bethel Prayer Breakfast

Ms. Khan attended the prayer breakfast and gave a presentation about upcoming health summit and importance of men’s health.

Partyboi Film Screening

CHAMPS intern team attended the “Partyboi” documentary screening at Auburn Library. The team set up an information booth before the screening to provide more information on the organization and our upcoming Summit.