Fight through word and deed to improve the
social, cultural and economic conditions in
underserved communities


Lift families, communities and the nation
through program and practices to improve
access to care and create informed
healthcare consumers


By teaching communities best practices for
improving access to care and addressing the social
determinant of health

Latest News

    • 01 JUN 15
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    Community Voices to Host July 2015 Oral Health Meeting

    Community Voices: Healthcare for the Underserved at the Morehouse School of Medicine will engage public health dentistry, private practitioners, dental hygienists, dental service providers, and community leaders in a regional dialogue focused on addressing the state of oral healthcare in Georgia, Florida, and Mississippi and emerging opportunities to address oral health service gaps. This regional

    • 04 MAR 15
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    Community Voices and the MILA Program

    Community Voices’ and its MILA program were featured in The Atlantic article entitled “A Second Chance: Education’s Role in Reversing Mass Incarceration”. The American Journal of Men’s Health published a study this month titled “I Want a Second Chance” that explores the challenges faced by formerly incarcerated men as they seek to redeem themselves in

    • 23 FEB 15
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    American Journal of Men’s Health

    Community Voices’ Carlos Mahaffey, PharmD, MPH and Henrie Treadwell, Ph.D. served as co-authors on a manuscript recently published in the American Journal of Men’s Health.  The manuscript, entitled “I Want a Second Chance: Experiences of African American Fathers in Reentry” focuses on the commitment of formerly incarcerated fathers towards health and successful reintegration into their communities.  More

    • 17 OCT 14
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    Now Or Never Campaign Video

    Now or Never is a national campaign, developed by Community Voices: Healthcare for the Underserved, that seeks to increase awareness of high incarceration rates, develop a framework for reducing recidivism, encourage systemic changes to improve the quality of life, and establish strategies to interrupt the generational cycle of incarceration among boys and men of color.