Black Men's Health Iniative
The Black Men's Health Initiative was chartered as a non-profit corporation in South Carolina in March 2005 as a vehicle to educate African American and men of the African Diaspora about the risks and complications of chronic disease. The Black Men's Health Initiative (BMHI) is focused on community competent prevention education and innovative interventions that will have direct results in lowering risk and improving the health status of Black men. The BMHI will couple lightheartedness and humor with a direct and frank approach to engaging Black men around health.

BMHI Products

Aug. 24th

Health and Wellness Expo at Brookland Baptist Banquet and Conference Center
9am - 4pm

Sept. 14th

Piney Grove Missionary Baptist Church, Jackson. Presenting morning keynote address for the "Just for Men - Ignite Your Passion to Become a Healthier You" Prostate Awareness and Health Conference beginning at 8am

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According to the CDC Life Expectancy Charts of 2008, in the U.S. an affluent white woman lives on average to be 81.1 years of age, 14 years longer than poor Black men, who live on average to 66.9 years.
Black Men's Health Initiative | William S. Robinson, Founder | 822 St. Paul Rd., Camden, SC 29020
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