Ruth Rucker, a professional and mother, needed infant care but struggled to find it in Washington, D.C. So she created Mazique Parent Child Center, Inc. Chairman Dr. Wendell Campbell and CEO Almeta Keys talk about how the center has served the community since it was started in 1991...
Featured as part of our 5th Annual Summit November 2017, Mrs. Ruth Rucker, Founder of the Edward C. Mazique Parent Child Center, Inc., passed away on September 8th. We extend our heartfelt condolences to the Rucker and family during this time.
Black men have the lowest life expectancy of any ethnic group in the United States.
The GW Rodham Institute now serves as the home of the Maryland Regional Direct Services Collaborative. This new partnership greatly expands and strengthens its ability toward assuring the availability of well-trained direct services workforce throughout Washington, D.C., and Maryland.
George Washington University’s Rodham Institute’s goal is to make sure D.C.’s most vulnerable residents have access to good health care and healthy ou
On Saturday, October 14th in Southeast DC, PATH-C ( Pathways to health careers for all in DC) held their first event. This Health Exposure fair brought together over 10 different health and health related organizations in Washington, D.C.