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Campaigns and Initiatives

Through targeted information and education campaigns and special observances, the Office of Minority Health works to heighten public awareness on programs and initiatives that are aimed at reducing health and health care disparities and advancing health equity.

Examples of on-going initiatives include:

Campaigns and Initiatives

A Healthy Baby Begins with You
Baby Buggy Walk in the Park
Million Hearts
My Brother's Keeper
Preconception Peer Educators Program (PPE)
Walgreens – HHS Influenza Voucher Initiative
Amputation Prevention

Special Observances

American Heart Month (February)
American Diabetes Month (November)
Hepatitis Awareness Month (May)
Men's Health Day/Month (June)
National HIV Awareness days
National Infant Mortality Awareness Month (September)
National Sickle Cell Month (September)
National Minority Health Month (April)
National Minority Mental Health Awareness Month (July)
Asian American/ Pacific Islander Heritage Month (May)
Black History Month (February)
Hispanic Heritage Month (September/October)
National Native American Heritage Month (November)
World AIDS Day (December)
National Immunization Awareness Month
Limb Loss Awareness Month

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