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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

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Events

Parkinson's Progression Markers Initiative

Parkinson's Progression Markers Initiative

Join us on Thursday, 15 December from 6pm - 7pm EST for a virtual presentation and Q&A on Parkinson's disease
Participants Needed for COVID Research Study

Participants Needed for COVID Research Study

Black and Latino/a/x participants are needed to watch videos for a research study sponsored by NYU Langone Health.
Virtual Conversation on Breast Cancer & Women's Health-  in case you missed it 

Virtual Conversation on Breast Cancer & Women's Health- in case you missed it 

Did you miss the virtual tour of St. Barnabas Health & Wellness Center and the discussion on women's health and…
Celebrating the Life & Legacy of Rev. Dr. Calvin O. Butts III

Celebrating the Life & Legacy of Rev. Dr. Calvin O. Butts III

A look back on the incredible work Reverend Dr. Calvin O. Butts III did for the community.

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.

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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.