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The CCM Foundation


The Changing Communities Movement (CCM) Foundation was formed in 2006 out of the inherent need to find an alternate means of addressing the issues of teen sex and sexual disease awareness. Our unique approach is to “educate through entertainment”.   Our particular focus uses music and artists to inform and educate an urban youth population that typically shuns traditional attempts provided by more mainstream approaches. Since it’s inception, we have grown our outreach to include, not only sexually transmitted diseases, but cancer and women’s health issues.




RU STDFree365?


The CCM Foundation is proud to announce our participation in the new STDFree365 campaign. We have formed a community coalition comprised of local health and wellness organizations brought together in an effort to help bring awareness and education of sexually transmitted infections to teens and youths of all sexual orientations.  To become part of the effort or form more information visit the campaign site at www.STDFree365.org.

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