A health vibrant community building on collaborative research partnerships
The Healthy Flint Research Coordinating Center (HFRCC) is a joint collaboration between Flint community partners; Community Based Organization Partners – Community Ethics Review Board (CBOP-CERB) and the National Center for African American Health Consciousness (NCAAHC), with the support of Michigan State University, the University of Michigan – Flint and the University of Michigan.
HFRCC was formed in June 2016 in an effort to coordinate ongoing and new research efforts in Flint. HFRCC seeks to lessen the burden of Flint residents by:
- Reducing redundant research by connecting academic partners working on similar projects
- Training and resources for those working with the Flint community
- Be a service-oriented Center with voluntary participation by community and researchers
- Increase academic engagement in the community in a positive way
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Questions about The HFRCC can be directed to Info@HFRCC.ORG.