American Sickle Cell Anemia Association / An organization that provides quality and comprehensive services through diagnostic testing, evaluation, counseling and supportive services to individuals and families at risk for Sickle Cell Disease.

Black / A health and wellness destination for people of color, marrying culture and content with physical products and services to transform people’s lives.

Black Girls Run! / An Atlanta-based national running club, formed by Ashley Hicks and Tori Carey, to increase the number of African-American women who run, improving their fitness, quality of life, and ultimately decreasing the number of African-American women who are overweight.  What began with a blog has grown into a network of more than seventy groups and hundreds of thousands of members across the nation.

Black Health Matters  / African Americans have poor health outcomes on nearly every disease index; we’re either at higher risk for developing an illness or we die from it in greater numbers. While access to health insurance and socioeconomic status play a significant part in these health disparities, we also lack awareness about a lot of preventive steps we could take to better our health, and we’re in denial, too. Black Health Matters will provide information about health and well-being from a service-oriented perspective–with lots of upbeat, positive solutions and tips.

Black Women’s Health Imperative / The mission of this imperative is to promote optimum health for Black Women across the life span – physically mentally and spiritually.

BLACK ZEN / A movement dedicated to improving the health and well-being of black and brown communities. It is a social enterprise and registered nonprofit designed to make meditation accessible, relatable and effective across a dynamic range of individuals. Through meditation, Black Zen aims to re-frame mindsets and blow up limiting beliefs by demystifying the practice, de-bunking common misconceptions and showing that every day people can use meditation to bring positive changes in their life.

Journey to Wellness / Provide health care information that engages minority consumers and influences health behaviors.

The Center for African American HealthFamily Resource Center dedicated to improving the health and wellbeing of infants, seniors, and everyone in between by providing culturally-sensitive health education and health promotion programs.

The Cross Cultural Health Care Program (CCHCP) / A nonprofit training and consulting organization founded in 1992. Our mission is to serve as a bridge between communities and health care institutions to advance access to quality health care that is culturally and linguistically appropriate.

The MOCHA Center / A community health center that offers social events and other programs focused on improving the health and wellness of LGBTQ people of color—in mind, body, and spirit. We are a place where every voice is heard, the staff knows where you are coming from, and all are welcome.