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First Ladies Health Initiaitve 

First Ladies Health Initiative (FLHI), is a faith-based 501(c)(3) organization which strives to provide yearly educational symposiums, health day and walk/run events for FREE life saving health screenings in disparaged minority communities. We also conduct various other types of multicultural outreach, advocacy, and marketing communication services. 

FLHI partners with healthcare providers, health volunteers, politicians, various media and service oriented organizations in their communities to offer large-scale wellness and other outreach platforms to minority populations through local churches, community events and more.

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The First Ladies Health Initiative is an organization that started through seeing a need to share healthcare resources within the communities that need it most. This organization has tackled the most difficult of topics in the areas of HIV/AIDS, cardiovascular disease, high blood pressure, diabetes, hypertension, Hepatitis C and breast cancer amongst others in a way that have not only made it easier for people to relate and understand but have also saved and impacted lives through educational classes, informational sessions, and health care screenings.