Located at the University of Michigan School of Social Work, the Curtis Center for Health Equity Research and Training is a team of thought leaders, scientists, community organizers, practitioners, educators, and students dedicated to cutting-edge research, education/training, and community outreach. We come together to further society’s understanding of social determinants of health and behavioral health conditions and to improve the lives of marginalized populations.
The Curtis Center is a catalyst for social change in underserved communities; all the while shaping the careers of budding scholars dedicated to ameliorating health and social disparities. Functioning as an interdisciplinary collaboration between U-M faculty, community and university partners, and students, for over a decade the Curtis Center has had a positive impact upon the lives of those most in need.
Health equity for marginalized communities in Michigan and across the globe.
To stimulate research, education/training, and community outreach opportunities that promote health equity by supporting the work of scholars that deepens our understanding of inequities and the strategies that eliminate them.
University of Michigan
School of Social Work
1080 South University Avenue
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1106