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Strategies to Repair Equity and Transform Community Health

The goal of STRETCH 2.0 will be to expand the capabilities of statewide partners to identify, respond to, and address health disparities in their local areas by offering skill-based training, providing technical assistance when needed, and hosting the 2024 Impact Summit.

Vaccine Health Equity Initiative (VHEI)

As part of NMHEC’s commitment to advancing health equity across the state of Nevada, the Vaccine Health Equity Initiative (VHEI) aims to increase COVID-19 vaccination rates among underserved and underrepresented communities.

Building Capacity Workshop Series

The Nevada Minority Health and Equity Coalition have a series of workshops on a variety of topics that aim to build capacity to address health disparities in Nevada. These workshops are recommended for anyone engaging in health equity work.

COVID-19 Response: #OneCommunity Campaign

NMHEC is leading a statewide effort aimed at reducing the spread of COVID-19 in Nevada, with specific emphasis on our most vulnerable populations. In order to do so, NMHEC has…

Nevada Vaccine Equity Collaborative

The Nevada Vaccine Equity Collaborative (NVEC) is a partnership comprised of diverse and interdisciplinary members of the public, as well as private, state, and community partners, co-led by Immunize Nevada…

Annual Impact Summit

Is offered to engage community members and stakeholders in conversations and activities that support the empowerment of minority groups, specifically for addressing health disparities through action and legislative involvement.

Mental and Behavioral Health Campaign

NMHEC is leading the development of a mental and behavioral health resilience toolkit to reduce stigma and empower minority communities to access mental and behavioral health resources, specifically Latinx and Black/African American populations.

“Amplifying Equity” Webinar Series

Since the height of the pandemic, NMHEC has produced dozens of webinars targeting to our diverse minority populations, focused on COVID-19 and how the pandemic affects each community.