COVID health equity demonstration

Championing Black Health through Advocacy, Policy, and Action

Black Health champions the promotion of health and prevention of diseases to reduce disparities and achieve equity within the Black community

COVID Prevention & Education

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Events

Harlem's Celebration of Black Kings
Internship Virtual Open House
Mental Wellness and Healing: A Conversation

Harlem's Celebration of Black Kings

Join us on Thursday, 6 October from 6pm - 8pm at 333 Lennox Ave, New York NY for an event…

Internship Virtual Open House

Join us on Wednesday, 5 October at 5:30pm for a virtual open house to orientate students to the principles and…

Mental Wellness and Healing: A Conversation

Join us on Thursday September 29, 2022 at 6PM-7.30PM EST for part one of a two part webinar on mental…
Black Health in the news

Black Health in the news

Black Health's August Monkeypox Vaccine Clinic was recently mentioned in an article for The Uptowner highlighting increased vaccine accessibility in…
OrthopoxVirus (Monkey Pox Webinar)-  in case you missed it 

OrthopoxVirus (Monkey Pox Webinar)- in case you missed it 

Did you miss our informative webinar on the Orthopoxvirus with Dr. Stella Safo, MD? Learn who’s at risk, how it’s…

Faith-Based Organizations Program (OEF) is a collaboration between Black Health, Inc. and faith-based organizations (FBOs).

Our areas of focus are: HIV & AIDS while also addressing Hepatitis C, Cardiovascular Disease, Breast Cancer, Prostate Cancer, Sickle Cell, Diabetes, Obesity and Mental Health.

Black Health responds to the impact of public policies on the communities we serve, with an aim to reduce health disparities and promote equality.
Black Health is a nonprofit organization that depends on donations and grants. Find out ways to become a donor and more about our volunteer opportunities.

Learn more about Black Health and where we have been mentioned in the News and Press.

Our Partners

The financial support we receive from government, corporations, foundations, individuals and through special events make it possible to champion the promotion of health and prevention of diseases to reduce disparities and achieve equity within the black community.