HRSA Community Grant
National Minority Health Association Awarded $11.1 Million HHS Grant to Mobilize Home Health Workers in fight against COVID-19. The grant developed and supported community-based workforce to increase vaccine confidence and reduce barriers to vaccination in underserved communities.
Operation Healthy You™
Operation Healthy You™ through LivBetter™ will help underserved minorities better utilize the healthcare system to their advantage. Based on over 540 peer-reviewed research studies, the proprietary protocols used by Operation Healthy You™ will help identify areas of disparity and how they affect minority communities. It’s a process called “health activation” and its remarkably powerful. The same methodology is used by CMS, endorsed by NIH and NCQA, among others.
NMHA Institute for Clinical Trials
The NMHA is developing an innovative recruitment platform that will help pharmaceutical companies and others expand their clinical trial recruitment to communities of color.
Dementia Caregiver Training & Certification
Dementia impact communities of color disproportionately than others. Used to train over 15,000 caregivers, the NMHA Dementia program is a trusted offering.
The Health Equity Initiative
NMHA is seeking funding to develop/ construct a learning and research facility (virtually and brick/mortar) in collaboration with a university focused on issues of health equity.
Health Equity: The Podcast
NMHA will launch a podcast where CEO’s, Chief Medical Officers and others will spend 15 minutes discussing how their organization is addressing health equity.
H.E. Employee Engagement
Health equity is important to everyone. Supporting organizations can engage their employees in various grassroots programs.
Health Equity Events
“How can I help?” mental health awareness and support app. Daily affirmations and professionally developed, coupled with crowd-sourced ideas of support.
The NMHA will begin advocacy for medical marijuana with articles and position papers to help in the discussion and appropriate utilization.
There is an opioid crisis and as usual it impacts communities of color. The NMHA will help bring a voice to the issue and help foster/facilitate dissemination of information and discussion by professionals and community members.
An initiative to harness the arts community to support raising awareness of health equity.
The Health Equity Action Leader network. Creating a database of DEI, Health Equity consultants and medical professionals.