CPH strives to provide the deserving education, resources and healthcare to the city of Columbus regardless of any demographic. Visit the website to learn more about the programs and committees within the Office of Health Equity Promotion.
240 Parsons Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43215
Informs, educates and empowers people to make choices about their health, build community partnerships, and develop policies and plans to support health efforts.
240 Parsons Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43215
Provides high school students the skills and motivation needed to complete an education at a college of their choice. The Upward Bound program at Columbus State Community College is available to income eligible students attending East, Linden-McKinley, Mifflin, West, or Marion-Franklin High School.
550 East Spring Street, Columbus, OH 43215
People of Color (POC) living with diabetes experience a higher chance of being diagnosed with diabetes and being admitted to a hospital than non-Hispanic White Americans. This nonprofit organization is dedicated to create awareness, provide education, and develop solutions that address the lack of diversity in diabetes care and management that lead to differences in healthcare and poor health outcomes in individuals and communities of color.
Austin, Texas 78723
Provides independent and nonpartisan analysis and works to create state health policy that improves health value. HPIO is a nonprofit organization and is Ohio’s only nonpartisan organization solely dedicated to informing state health policy decisions.
140 East Town Street, Suite 1000, Columbus, Ohio 43215
A national, non-profit organization that helps develop academic and leadership skills in public high school students who come from low-income households or will be first-generation college students. LEDA Scholars are recruited as juniors in high school and spend the following summer at the Aspects of Leadership Summer Institute. The 7-week summer program is free and includes leadership study, writing instruction, standardized test preparation and college guidance.
121 West 36th Street, New York, New York 10018
Provides free online educational resources and tools from scholars, activists, historians, and more with the goal of teaching everyone how to have conversations about race and racism.
Current high school students who attend or whose home Columbus City School is Linden-McKinley STEM Academy, South or Marion-Franklin High are able to have homework help, cultural field trips, college tours, test prep, career exposure, a six-week college-going experience with internship opportunities and more. This program is free for eligible students. Visit the website for more information and how to apply.
700 Children’s Drive, Columbus, Ohio 43205
Works to improve the lives of American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) people throughout Ohio. They serve, protect, and promote AI/AN interests, concerns, needs, and services. They also advocate for the preservation and revitalization of AI/AN identities.
67 East Innis Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43207
Works to eliminating disparities in minority health through financial opportunities, public health promotion, legislative action, public policy and systems change in Ohio. Minority populations include: African American, African, Asian, Pacific Islander, Hispanic, Latino American and Native American Indian.
77 South High Street, Columbus, Ohio 43215
Provides high school students with year-round tutoring services, test preparation, college/cultural tours and personal/career development activities and workshops. They encourage first-generation and/or low-income college bound 9th, 10th, and 11th grade students who attend or live in the service areas of Briggs, East, South, or Walnut Ridge High Schools to apply for admission.
154 West 12th Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43210
Works to connect individuals and communities with opportunities by educating the public, building the capacity of allied social justice organizations, and investing in efforts that support equity and inclusion. They do this through research, engagement, and communication. Kirwan Institute is a research institute at The Ohio State University.
33 West Eleventh Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43201
Their website has helpful information for students and their families about scholarships, HBCU (Historically Black Colleges & Universities) tours and college planning throughout high school.
PO Box 360832, Columbus, Ohio 43236