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.

The HFRCC is a community-academic partnership with a goal of establishing equitable relationships between community and academia. 

The HFRCC involves voluntary participation by community members, organizations and researchers focused in the economic environmental, behavioral and physical health of Flint residents. Data dissemination, as well as training and education for academic and community partners, are essential core activities of the HFRCC. 

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