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Office of Minority Health Resource Center

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The Office of Minority Health Resource Center is a nationwide service of the Office of Minority Health that provides minority health literature, research and referrals for consumers, community organizations and health professionals. The Resource Center offers a variety of information resources, including access to online document collections, database and funding searches, and customized responses to requests for information.

The Resource Center is available Monday through Friday 9am-5pm EST.
Call Toll Free: 1-800-444-6472

Knowledge Center

The Knowledge Center Library contains a collection of more than 60,000 documents, books, journal articles and media related to the health status of racial and ethnic minority populations. The library collection also includes sources of consumer health material in more than 40 languages.

Search the Knowledge Center Library online catalog for minority health information. Learn more

View the monthly list of new books and articles added to the collection. Learn more

Explore key federal reports and historical overviews. Learn more

Request a free, customized funding match for your nonprofit, academic institution or faith-based organization. The Resource Center can also search for scholarships and fellowships that fit your background and needs. Learn More

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Capacity Building and Technical Assistance

The Office of Minority Health Resource Center provides technical assistance and capacity building services to health care agencies and organizations throughout the United States and its territories and jurisdictions. This assistance is provided to help increase the strength and competence of organizations on both a short and long-term basis.

The Office of Minority Health Resource Center offers services to help expand the capacity of minority community organizations to carry out health equity and health disparities programs. Learn more

The Higher Education Technical Assistance Project (HETAP) supports institutions of higher education, including minority serving institutions (MSIs), to share resource development strategies, regional health data and information, emerging health disparities research, and community engagement and networking opportunities. The HETAP initiative includes the University Vision, Design and Capacity (UVDC) technical grant writing workshops. Learn more

The Preconception Peer Educators (PPE) Program was developed to raise awareness among college students about the disproportionately high infant mortality rates among racial and ethnic minorities. The PPE Program applies a peer education curriculum to equip college students with targeted health messages they can spread throughout their campuses and communities. Learn more

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Last Modified: 1/24/2019 5:30:00 PM