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The Multicultural Health Institute(MHI) seeks to level the healthcare playing field by promoting, educating, and insuring equal healthcare access and treatment for individuals and communities who are traditionally uninsured and receive a poor quality of care.

We support programs that educate, identify, and test diseases such as: Cancer, Diabetes, Obesity, Stroke, Cardiovascular Disease, Infant Mortality, HIV/AIDS, and other health issues affecting under-represented communities across the United States.

What's New and Announcements from MHI
Did You Know?
27th Annual National Cancer Survivors Day, Sunday June 1 Learn More
Colored ribbons are symbols that bring awareness to a cause. What does WHITE stand for and what does it have to do with cancer? Learn More
logo-national-hiv-testing-day National HIV Testing Day - June 27. Take the Test. Take Control. 
Science proves bullying is beyond skin-deep  Read More
Prostate patients can safely delay hormone therapy  Read More
After age 30, doing nothing threatens a woman's heart Read More
MHI Latest May/June 2014 Newsletter - click here
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Thank you for helping us during the Giving Partner Challenge

Thank you for helping us! The support of our community truly inspires us to continue in our mission to promote wellness and improve the health status in underserved communities. You helped Multicultural Health Institute to raise $5,980!

During the Challenge, Multicultural Health Institute and Genesis Health Services aligned our vision, goals, and messaging to provide "Mind Your Health" event, a day of health awareness and education services centered on nutrition and mental wellness. We also had the Jewish Family & Children Service and Alzheimer's Association to join us as they provided information on their services.

Multicultural Health Institute appreciates the Foundation Partners that made this year’s Giving Challenge possible: The Community Foundation of Sarasota County, The Patterson Foundation, William G. & Marie Selby Foundation, Manatee Community Foundation, Charlotte Community Foundation, and John S. & James L. Knight Foundation.

We appreciate you and your support during the 24 hour Giving Challenge!

The Multicultural Health Institute(MHI) seeks to level the healthcare playing field by promoting, educating, and insuring equal healthcare access and treatment for individuals and communities who are traditionally uninsured or underinsured and receive a poor quality of care.

We support programs that educate, identify, and test for diseases such as: Cancer, Diabetes, Obesity, Stroke, Cardiovascular Disease, Infant Mortality, HIV/AIDS, and other health issues affecting under-represented communities across the United States which also help reduce the costs of healthcare.

Did you know MHI has touched over 25,000 lives in the last 4 years through health education and screening programs targeting diverse health issues.
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