It's simply a life and death matter that we will continue shinning the spotlight on this issue from a broader public health perspective.
To improve the health of African American men, we believe in addressing the lack of trust in the health-care system face-to-face.
The distrust in the healthcare system keeps Black men from seeking care requires a significant shift in the culture of wellness.
The RLWA Men's Health & Education Center opened the nation’s first Men’s Health & Education Center to eliminate health disparities and bring preventative healthcare to men of color from a location that they trust and respect, Madison’s largest black barbershop
Free Preventative Health Screening
Blood Pressure Monitoring
Mental Health Screening
Insurance Enrollment and More…
To ensure that Black men and boys living in under-represented communities, who bear the heaviest burden of disease and poor health status, have the opportunity to live fuller, healthier lives.Read More
Improving health for men of color
Men of color often face grim health statistics. A local man is working to make sure they have access to health care information to improve those statistics and improve their lives.Read More
Dane County's Black Male Population
The Megyn Kelly TODAY series Healthy Living welcomed Aaron Perry, a Wisconsin man who took control of his diabetes and came up with a way to help other African-American men.
Community Health Advocate
RLWA Consultant Author Pediatrician
Director of Dignity Project/ Employment Services
Program and Policy Analyst
State of Wisconsin Global Healthcare Administration
Assistant Professor of Medicine at the University of
Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health.
Rebalanced-Life Wellness Association Board Chair
Director of Rosenweg Services