At the Indiana Minority Health Coalition, Inc., we’re dedicated to providing the resources that will ensure all Indiana residents can have a healthy, productive life. It’s at the heart of our mission. We were formed as a statewide non-profit organization to eliminate health disparities through research, education, advocacy and access to health care services for minority populations.
During our recent Annual Luncheon, we were pleased to present the first awards program that honors the late Rep. Bill Crawford, William Mays and Amos Brown. The award recipients are listed below. Take a few minutes to read our updates, as well. You’ll find invaluable information about minimizing your risks for heart disease, cancer, diabetes and other life-threatening diseases. We’ll also keep you informed on the latest research, programs and sessions offered by IMHC, our affiliates and our partners.
IMHC, Inc. is pleased to unveil the 2016 Annual Crawford-Mays-Brown Award honorees:
The Honorable William H. Crawford Founder Award | Dr. Woody Myers, Jr.
William G. Mays Supporter Award | Anthem, Inc.
Amos Brown Advocator Award | Daniel F. Evans, Jr.
Throughout our 24-year history, the IMHC has steadily expand its network of coalition affiliates — ensuring that health services, screenings and programs are offered to communities throughout Indiana. Find out more about what our affiliates are doing to make a difference in the lives of Indiana residents.
We realize that research and analysis is critical to our mission to eliminate health disparities in Indiana. That’s why we’re committed to supporting research collaborations with our community partners. Our research initiatives have led to invaluable insights that have been included in national conference presentations.