Mike DeWine, Governor
Erika King-Betts, Ph.D., Vice Chair Angela C. Dawson, MS, MRC, Executive Director
The Ohio Commission on Minority Health is dedicated to eliminating disparities in minority health through innovative strategies and financial opportunities, public health promotion, legislative action, public policy and systems change.
The Ohio Commission on Minority Health’s Vision is to achieve health parity among Ohio’s minority populations.
• We involve and empower the community • Our work is based on the documented needs and interests of the community • We are culturally competent practitioners who are informed about Minority Health • We are expected to demonstrate personal and professional integrity: We prove to be accountable, reliable, and guided by ethical standards • We make fair and equitable decisions • We value the formation of strategic partnerships • We establish performance targets and assess performance regularly • We promote excellence and innovation
A Most Pressing issue: The Racial Divide in the Health and Wellbeing of Minority Women and Children in the State of Ohio
Op Ed by,
Dr Cherie A Richey
Board member Ohio Commission on Minority Health
Governor's Task Force Report Commission Creation Language Lupus Legislation Language
General Commission Information Commission Administrative Code
For questions about the REEP Program or its products, please contact:
Wright State University
The Research Evaluation and Enhancement Program (REEP) was established in 2005 to address persistent health disparities in Ohio. REEP is overseen by a steering committee composed of community representatives and faculty from other universities in Ohio who assist in carrying out REEP's mission.
It's purposes are to: