The Office of Minority Health and Health Disparities (OMHD) aims to accelerate CDC's health impact in the U.S. population and to eliminate health disparities for vulnerable populations as defined by race/ethnicity, socio-economic status, geography, gender, age,
Our healthcare system is broken. People of color are more likely to not have insurance, lack access to emergency care, and suffer from compounding factors that take years away from our lives. ARC thinks through various ways to fix our system, without merely applying a band-aid.
The International Society for Urban Health (ISUH) is an association of researchers, scholars, and professionals from various disciplines and areas of the world who study the health effects of urban environments and urbanization. Publishes the Journal of Urban Health
The Center on Health Disparities at Virginia Commonwealth University is committed to the elimination of disparities in health outcomes and the improvement of health care. Although the Center primarily focuses on underrepresented populations in the greater Richmond area, its work impacts health policy and public policy throughout the Commonwealth of Virginia.
Founded in 1993, the Virginia Association of Free Clinics (VAFC) is the nation's oldest Free Clinic association. The VAFC represents and supports Virginia's network of 59 Free Clinics, which are one of Virginia's largest providers of health care to the uninsured.
The Virginia Community Healthcare Association’s mission is to assure that all Virginians, regardless of geographic location or income, have access to appropriate and affordable primary health care. The Association also is the statewide association for Virginia’s community health centers (CHC's) and similar organizations.