The Association of Black Psychologists addresses issues facing black psychologists and the black community.
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These organizations provide prevention, treatment, and recovery resources targeted toward African-American audiences.
Black Administrators in Child Welfare provides help for African American children and their families in the child welfare system.
The Office of Minority Health Resource Center is dedicated to improving the health of racial and ethnic minority populations through the development of health policies and programs that will help eliminate health disparities.
The National Association for Equal Opportunity in Higher Education represents the presidents and chancellors of diverse black colleges and universities: public, private, and land-grant; two-year, four-year, graduate, and professional; and historically and predominantly black colleges and universities.
The National Association of African Americans for Positive Imagery mobilizes communities to live a healthy lifestyle, promote positive community and self images, and to foster environments free of health disparities.
The membership of the National Association of Black Social Workers includes African Americans working in social services. This association advocates for social change, justice, and human development of African people here in the United States and throughout the world.
The National Black Alcoholism and Addictions Council is committed to educating the public about the prevention of alcohol and other drug misuse; increasing services for people with alcohol dependency and their families; providing quality care and treatment; and developing research models specifically designed for the African American community.
The National Black Child Development Institute (NBCDI) provides and supports programs, workshops, and resources for African-American children, their parents, and communities in early health education, elementary and secondary health education, child welfare, and parenting.
The National Council of Negro Women, Inc. seeks to lead, develop, and advocate for women of African descent as they support their families and communities.
The National Medical Association serves as the collective voice of African-American physicians and a force for parity and justice in medicine and the elimination of disparities in health.