October 5, 2019

The COAL Health and Wellness Committee in partnership with Dr. Barrett Hatches, CEO - Chicago Family Health Clinics, invite you to attend COAL's annual Health Day. We look forward to you joining us for another informative and engaging COAL forum on Saturday, October 19, 2019.

Please view the details below.

Mr. Robert Beck , Dr. Everett White , Co-Chairs Health and Wellness Committee
and the COAL Board of Directors
OCTOBER 19, 2019


Guest Speakers
Dr. Nathanial Horn, Boston Medical Group Chicago
on Men’s Health
Chicago Family Health Clinics
on Breast Cancer

Dr. Horn is dedicated to improving lives by restoring and revitalizing sexual functions for men affected by erectile dysfunction and premature ejaculations. The goal in Chicago and throughout the U.S. is to achieve a long term curative impact that does not depend on life long use of medications. Since opening up in Chicago in 2001 the Boston Medical Group (BMG) has been apart of a world wide network of medical clinics sharing information on the latest research and treatment methods for sexual dysfunctions.
Event contact: Robert Beck, Co-Chair COAL Health & Wellness Committee at 773-480-4760
About COAL
COAL is an umbrella organization founded by 13 of Chicago's historic African American mens clubs. COAL's overarching mission is to identify, examine, illuminate and find resolution to issues impacting the greater community. We strive to use our collective experience, expertise and resources to improve the quality of opportunity, quality of preparedness and the quality of outcomes (expressed as 'quality of life') for our community. 
  What We Believe
The Coalition of African American Leaders believes that it is important to examine the critical issues confronting the African American community where injustice, inequality and the absence of access and opportunity continue to prevail, thereby negatively impacting us as a people. COAL is an assemblage that advocates and organizes for appropriate and responsible public policy change, system behavior change and equality of opportunity. We aim to achieve for all of our people the fullness of the life experience without any form of racism or exclusion as a deterrent. We believe we must prepare ourselves for the opportunity of this full participation, thereby achieving the necessary education and training to participate.
  Founding Member Organizations
100 Black Men Of Chicago ■ Chicago Assembly ■ Chicago Connection ■ Druids Club ■ Frogs Club ■ Lunch Bunch ■ New Committee ■ Original 40 Club Of Chicago ■ Rat Pack ■ Royal Coterie Of Snakes ■ Saints ■ Sigma Pi Phi Beta-Boule ■ UIC Male Forum (now Chicago Good Health Group)