Did You Know?

According to the CDC, African American women are 2-3x more likely to die from pregnancy-related causes than a White women. In Genesee County in 2018, over 1,000 babies were born premature or low weight, and almost 14% of African American babies did not live to see their first birthday. The infant death rate for Flint is more than doubled that of the United States according to the 2019 Flint & Genesee County Community Needs Assessment Report

Our Mission:

As a Community Health Center (CHC), Revive aims to provide much needed services and resources to the community in bridging gaps within maternal infant health, behavioral services, and other programs geared towards promoting life long, positive outcomes.

 

 

 

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Our Vision

Revive vision is to aid in decreasing the maternal/infant mortality rate 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 and Genesee County residents.

Our Partners

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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