The Black Men’s Prostate Cancer Initiative is a ZERO-run program that provides a safe space for Black men to receive prostate cancer education resources, share their experiences, offer support, encouragement, and comfort to other group members, and receive the same in return. Meetings are currently held virtually and are led by a licensed mental health professional.
For more information or questions regarding the Black Men’s Prostate Cancer Initiative: In-Person Support Group, please contact the ZERO Health Equity team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To sign up for this support group, please fill out this form: https://forms.gle/QKWCAzoAuQpX4tow5
Whether you need help understanding your coverage options, finding sources of financial aid, or resolving issues with your insurance company, we are here to help. ZERO360 is your co-pilot in navigating your prostate cancer journey and our partners also have a special Health Equity Case Management Program.
Don’t let transportation issues be a barrier to getting the treatment you need. ZERO Drive provides financial assistance to patients in South Carolina who are currently undergoing treatment, receiving follow-up care, or attending ongoing provider appointments due to a prostate cancer diagnosis.
Newly diagnosed men often want to speak with men who have experience combating the disease. The MENtor program connects patients with peer support from men who have experienced the ups and downs of living with prostate cancer.
The sixth season of Auto Trends radio show with JeffCars.com kicked off during Prostate Cancer Awareness Month. Session One features ZERO Champion Mical Roy who was diagnosed with prostate cancer at the age of 37. Check out these candid conversations:
Read scholarly articles discussing race, racial disparities, and prostate cancer in African-American men:
The inaugural Racial Disparities in Prostate Cancer Symposium took place on June 24, 2021. This half-day event offered presentations and discussions about the causes, impacts of, and potential solutions to inequity in healthcare outcomes for African American men in America. Watch videos of the Symposium below: