We believe good health is fundamental to living a high quality life. So many aspects of our environment collectively impact our lives. Multidisciplinary scientific approaches and advanced technologies can be used to improve our understanding of health and delivery of healthcare. 


Join us to be part of the solution. Whether you can share the message, volunteer, donate, or help us build meaningful partnerships, we need and welcome you!

Health Months

There are National Health Observances each month to call attention to our well being. From Minority Health Month in April to Womens Health Month in May to Sickle Cell Disease in June, these observances allow us to raise awareness and educate the public about many of the health related challenges faced by people in the US and around the globe.



National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities (NIMHD) 

Be The Source for Better Health 

Improving Health Outcomes Through Our Cultures, Communities, and Connections

Did You Know?

The origin of National Minority Health Month was the 1915 establishment of National Negro Health Week by Booker T. Washington. In 2002, National Minority Health Month received support from the U.S. Congress with a concurrent resolution (H. Con. Res. 388) that “a National Minority Health and Health Disparities Month should be established to promote educational efforts on the health problems currently facing minorities and other populations experiencing health disparities.” The resolution encouraged “all health organizations and Americans to conduct appropriate programs and activities to promote healthfulness in minority and other communities experiencing health disparities.”

Where Are We Now?

There is a revolution in healthcare practices that is being driven by innovation in medical science and technology. Communities where the real problems around health disparities exist are behind in their access to, and ability to benefit from these innovations.  


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Black women are at least three times more likely to die due to a pregnancy-related cause compared to White women.



80% of pregnancy-related deaths in the U.S. are preventable.


Source:  Center for Disease Control (CDC)


What Do We Do?

Join us each month for the NADPH Community Health Town Hall webinar series. In 2024 we are focused on Maternal and Child Health Disparities. Click the button or use the QR code to register. Everyone is welcome!



Your contributions are used to support programs in the areas of community education & outreach; advocacy & thought leadership; and scientific research & technology.


Together we create an impact. Every dollar helps pave the way to good health for all.

We must convene, engage and mobilize corporate, education and government leaders to overcome the complex drivers of health disparities.


What health outcome is most important to your org? We can build a tailored partnership to bridge the gap.


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Join us to help eliminate health disparities today!


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