CPACS COSMO Health Center


For more information on these services please contact the CPACS main center at 770-936-0969 and ask to be connected to Christina Meyers, or see

Alcohol and Substance Abuse Prevention Project –a multi-level approach to prevent alcohol and substance use among API and Latino youth. Strategies include a substance use prevention and life skills curriculum, compliance checks, and a positive social norms campaign. All Of Us: CPACS has partnered with the Asian & Pacific Islander American Health Forum (APIAHF) to increase awareness of an NIH funded precision medicine research study. The goal of this project is to build a diverse health database and to create more tailored approaches to healthcare. See
Aims to empower youth and community members to work towards creating local, smoke-free legislation. We believe that everyone has the right to breathe clean air and changing health policy is one of the most effective ways to accomplish this goal.
CPACS has partnered with NYU to implement a community health resources and needs assessment survey among the Korean, Vietnamese, and Chinese population living in the Atlanta area. The purpose is to collect disaggregated health data for the Asian population. see
CPACS provides a safe space and resources for those experiencing DV. Please contact the hotline at 678-824-6189.
The GATE Coalition (Georgia Team Empowerment)
This coalition is comprised of key stakeholders and community members who are focused on increasing capacity to reduce alcohol and substance abuse and misuse among youth. See
Hepatitis B
Through outreach at community health fairs, CPACS provides free Hepatitis B screenings and linkage to appropriate follow-up services.
Free HIV screening and linkages to care. For more information contact the CPACS main center at 770-936-0969 and ask to be connected to Alnory Gutlay.