Did You Know?

In 2018 over 1000 babies were born prematurely or low weight in Genesee County. Almost 14% of African American infants did not live to see their first birthday. Most significantly, the Flint Water Crisis has created a spike in the need for special education services for children.

1 in 5 students receive special education services; which has increased up to 56% prior to the crisis.

 

Revive Community Health Center (RCHC) will offer services to children on the Autism Spectrum and/or behavioral concerns. In addition, RCHC will provide resources and wrap-around services to mothers that aid in promoting a decrease in the infant mortality and low birth weight for babies in Flint and Genesee County.

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Our Vision

Revive will be a culturally sensitive center that provides services to Flint/Genesee children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder and other behavioral concerns.  Our goal is to aid in decreasing maternal/infant mortality and low birth weight in the African American population in Flint/Genesee County and provide community resources/outreach that revives the overall health of Flint residents.

Our Team

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Ezra Tillman

Founder / President

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Catrina Tillman

CEO

Board of Directors

Officers:


Terri Colbert

Chairwoman

Sharae Rosborough

1st Vice Chair

Dr. Lynn Walker

2nd Vice Chair

Pastor Michael Pettigrew Treasure

Julie Winkfield Esq.

Secretary

Board Members:

 

 

Alan Myles

 

Dr. Ann Burton

Dr. Zelton Johnson

Ezra Tillman