Community Partners

Henry Ford Health has partnered with local community organizations to share the goal to enroll and retain one million people across the U.S. to help build one of the most diverse health databases in history. These organizations teach their communities about the importance of health research, the All of Us Research Program, and how to join. 

If you would like more information about being a community partner and partnering with us, please contact our Outreach Team at  


The Arab Community Center for Economic and Social Services (ACCESS) strives to enable and empower individuals, families and communities to lead informed, productive and culturally sensitive lives.

As a nonprofit model of excellence, we honor our Arab American heritage through community-building and service to all those in need, of every heritage. ACCESS is a strong advocate for cultural and social entrepreneurship imbued with the values of community service, healthy lifestyles, education and philanthropy.

About our partner


  • Center for Arab Narratives
  • Dearborn Public Health Department
  • Public Health Society

Learn more about the All of Us Research Program's partnership with ACCESS

Black Greek Letter Consortium

The Black Greek Letter Consortium (BGLC) is made up of the 9 National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC) organizations, also known as the Divine Nine (D9). These historically Black Fraternities and Sororities support the mission of the All of Us Research Program to advance health equity for those considered underrepresented in biomedical research.

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BWHI is the first and only national non-profit solely dedicated to achieving health equity for Black women in America. Founded in 1983 by Byllye Y. Avery as the National Black Women’s Health Project at a conference on the campus of Spelman College, BWHI has evolved into a nationally recognized organization leading health policy, education, research, knowledge and leadership development and communications designed to improve the health outcomes of Black women. 

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Learn more about the All of Us Research Program's partnership with BWHI

Delta Research and Educational Foundation

Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. established the Delta Research and Educational Foundation (DREF) as a public charity supporting scholastic achievement, public service programs, and research initiatives focused upon African American women. Today DREF remains strong, vibrant, and poised to meet 21st century challenges with the same unwavering spirit and dedication the Sorority originally envisioned. Our charge to realize social and economic equality for future generations of African American women continues as our guiding principle.

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Learn more about the All of Us Research Program's partnership with DREF


For over two decades, LGBT Detroit has been receiving unwavering support from neighboring communities in any capacity that promotes the wellbeing and integrity involved in fostering an environment conducive to lesbian, gay, bi and transgender individuals irrespective of race, culture, or socio-economic status. The community support is manifested in their advocating, partnership, testifying before local and state legislators, providing safe gathering spaces where members of the LGBT community can interact without fear of persecution or bigotry.

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Learn More about the All of Us Research Program's partnership with LGBT Detroit


Since 1975, the National Association of Hispanic Nurses (NAHN) has been the nation’s leading professional society for Latino nurses. With a growing membership and more than 40 local chapters, NAHN, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, represents the voices of Latino nurses throughout the United States.

NAHN is devoted to promoting safe, quality health care delivery to Latino communities and individuals, and we recognize excellence among Latino nurses, provide formal and informal mentoring opportunities, and generally serve as a center of excellence for our members. 

NAHN members advocate, educate, volunteer, seek partnerships, and conduct programming in the Latino community to improve outcomes, elevate literacy, heighten education, and influence policy.

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Learn More about the All of Us Research Program's partnership with NAHN

National Baptist Convention USA

The National Baptist Convention, USA, Inc., more commonly known as the National Baptist Convention, is a primarily African American Baptist Christian denomination in the United States. It is headquartered at the Baptist World Center in Nashville, Tennessee and affiliated with the Baptist World Alliance. Founded in 1886, the National Baptist Convention, USA, Inc. (Convention) is the nation’s oldest and largest African American religious convention with an estimated membership of 7.5 million.

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