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.
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.
Board of Directors
1st Vice Chair
Dr. Lynn Walker
2nd Vice Chair
Pastor Michael Pettigrew Treasure
Julie Winkfield Esq.
Dr. Ann Burton
Dr. Zelton Johnson