MINORITY HEALTH CONSORTIUM
The Arkansas Minority Health Consortium is a collaboration of approximately 30 entities united to increase awareness of minority health, community issues, and to advocate for resources. The primary goal of the consortium is to make an impact on public policy by researching, developing, and implementing legislative initiatives to address health and community policy concerns that will benefit all Arkansans.
African Women’s Health Project International (AWHPI)
American Cancer Society (ACS)
American Heart Association/American Stroke Association (AHA/ASA)
Arkansas Advocates for Children & Families (AACF)
Arkansas Cancer Coalition (ACC)
Arkansas Department of Health (ADH)
Arkansas Human Development Corporation (AHDC)
Arkansas Insurance Department (SHIP)
Arkansas Minority Health Commission (AMHC)
Arkansas Prostate Cancer Foundation (APCF)
Arkansas State Richard Carroll (District 39)
Center for Healing Hearts & Spirits
Coalition for Tobacco Free Arkansas (CTFA)
Community Health Centers of Arkansas, Inc (CHCA)
East Wind Community Development Corporation
Fay W. Boozman College of Public Health (COPH)/UAMS)
J Kelly Referrals & Incorporated, Inc.
Living Well With Sickle Cell Program (LWWSC-UAMS)
Lupus Foundation of America, Arkansas Chapter, Inc.
Office of Minority Health & Health Disparities (ADH-OMHHD)
Office of Workforce Diversity
Part of the Solution, Inc.
Planned Parenthood of Arkansas & Eastern Oklahoma, Inc. (PPAEO)
Sickle Cell Support Services
The Diabetes Prevention and Control Program (ADH-TDPCP)
The Village Project, Inc.
UAMS-Arkansas Health Education Centers (AHEC) Pine Bluff
University of Arkansas Medical Sciences (UAMS) Partners
Women’s Council On African American Affairs, Inc. (WCAAA)