Our Partners

Through our strategic alignment with national partner organizations, we have expansive reach into hundreds of communities across the country, from big cities to small towns. Over the past 20 years, URU has collaborated with more than 300 groups and organizations nationwide.

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Advancing Minorities Interest in Engineering (AMIE)
Affinity Health Care Plan
Afro-American Cultural Center at Yale
Alameda County Public
American Indian Science and Engineering Society
Authority for In-Home Supportive Services
Alliance for Safety and Justice
Albany Medical College
Albertus Magnus College
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Foundation for Educational Opportunities, Inc.
A Kidd From New Haven
American Association of Blacks in Energy (NYC)
American Association for the Advancement of Science
AmeriChoice by UnitedHealthcare
Arthur Risbrook Medical Society, Inc.
Arts Council of Greater New Haven
Association of American Medical Colleges Association of Black Cardiologist
Baltimore Black, Mental Health Alliance
Battell Chapel, Yale University
Bay Area Black Nurses Association, Inc.
Beulah Heights First Pentecostal Church
Black Church at Yale
Black Public Media
Black Women’s Health Alliance
Black Women’s Media Project
Borough of Brooklyn Ecumenical Advisory Group
Boston College Diversity Challenge
Brooklyn District Public Health Office
California Endowment
Capital District Black and Hispanic Bar Association
Capital District Concerned Men of Color
Casa del Rey Ministries
Casa De Oración Y Adoración
Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine
The Center for Gender Equity in Science and Technology (Arizona State University)
Charter Oak Health Center
Children’s Defense Fund
Cheryl Duncan & Company PR
Church of God in Christ
City Kids
City of Cleveland Department of Public Health
Cleveland Clinic
Lerner College of Medicine
Coalition of 100 Black Women
Community Action Agency of New Haven
Community Health Partnership
Concerned Black Nurses of Newark, Inc.
Congregation Mishkan Israel
Connecticut Health Foundation
Connecticut Permanent Commission on the Status of Women
Cook County Physicians Association local chapter of the NMA
Cornell Scott-Hill Health Center
Crawford Law Association
Creative Arts Workshop
Creatively Speaking
Dept. of Children & Family Services
Detroit Wayne County Health Authority
Divas with Disabilities Project
Duke University School of Medicine
Durham Academy of Medicine, Dentistry and Pharmacy
Durham Committee on the Affairs of Black People
Durham Congregations In Action
Durham People’s Alliance Educational Center for the Arts
Elm City Communities
Elm City Firefighters
Environmental Defense Fund (NYC)ERASE Racism
Essex County College Social Sciences Division
Eureka Chapter of O.E.S.P.H.A.

Faith Christian Center
Faith Congregational Church (Hartford)
Film Fest New Haven
Ford Foundation

Gateway Community College
Gentlemen of Distinction (Hartford)
Get Us PPE
George A. and Ruth B. Owens Health and Wellness Center
Girl Scouts of America

Grace & St. Peter’s Episcopal Church
Grace Fellowship Church
Graduate and Professional Student Center at Yale
Greater Hartford Chapter of Jack & Jill, Inc.

Hartford Health Disparities Collaborative
Hartford Hospital
Urban League of Greater Hartford
Health Professional and Allied Employees
Healthcare Equality Project
Healthy Start Programs
Hill Health Center
Hispanic Health Council
Hispanic Roundtable Community Programs
Howard K. Hill Funeral Services
Hospital of Saint Raphael

Immanuel Baptist Church
Immigrant Women’s Health Initiative
IMPACT of Greater Hartford
International Association of Black Firefighters
International Festival of Arts & Ideas

Jackie Robinson School
John Martinez School
John Slade Ely House
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and the School of Nursing
Johns Hopkins Medicine – Office of Diversity and Cultural Competence
Josiah Macy Jr. Foundation
Junior League-New Haven, Inc.

Katherine Brennan Elementary
Knights of St. Peter Claver

Ladies Auxiliary (KPCLA)
Lakeshore Chapter of Jack and Jill
Latino Health Initiative of Suffolk County
Literacy Suffolk, Inc.
Long Island University’s Brooklyn Campus
Long Wharf Theatre Media Arts Center

Medical Organization for Latino Advancement (MOLA)
Meharry-Vanderbilt Alliance
Mills College
Minority Organ Tissue
Transplant Education Program (MOTTEP)
Movemento Estudiantil
Chicanode Aztlan
Muhammad Mosque

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Nassau-Suffolk Law Services
National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, Albany Branch
National Association of Black Social Workers, Bay Area Chapter
National Association of Business and Professional Women’s Clubs
National Association of Puerto Rican and Hispanic Social Workers
National Association of Social Workers, Ohio Chapter (NASW)
National Coalition of 100 Black Women (Hartford)
National Coalition of 100 Black Women (New Haven)
National Convention of Gospel Choirs and Choruses
National Council of Negro Women (Hartford)
National Council of Negro Women (New Haven)
National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference
National Medical Association
National Minority Quality Forum (NMQF)
National Organization on Disability (NOD)
National Urban League
National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE)
Naugatuck Valley Community College
Negro Business and Professional Women
New England Regional Minority Health Committee
New Haven Fire Department
New Haven Public Schools
New Haven Savings Bank
New Jersey Citizen Action Education Fund African American Affairs
New Mexico State University
New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene
New York Public Schools, District 5

Nicetown Community Development Corporation
North Carolina Medical Society
Northeastern New York Affiliate of Susan G. Komen®
Northern Church of Christ
Northwestern University
Nubian Sisters Cancer Support Group
Nueta Hidatsa Sahnish College
Office of Racial and Ethnic Concerns, Unitarian
Universalist Association of Congregations

Ohio Commission of Minority Health
Old North State Medical Society

Peabody Museum
Pfizer, Inc.
Pilgrim Way Baptist Church
Plymouth United Church
Prayer Tabernacle Church of Love
PUEBLO: People United for a Better Life in Oakland

Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

Salish and Kootenai Tribes of the Flathead Nation & Cochiti Pueblo
Salud America!
Saint Vincent Medical Center
Schooner, Inc.
SCSU Women’s Center
Sister Power Organization (NYC)
Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE)
South Valley MainStreet
Southern Connecticut Black Nurses Association
Southern Connecticut State University
Southern New England Telephone Company
Stamford Health System
Stamford Public Health Dept.
Suffolk County Department of Health Services Office of Minority Health

Teen Challenge
Temple Beth Israel
Temple University School of Medicine
Tennessee Health Care Campaign
Tennessee State Conference NAACP
The College of Physicians of Philadelphia’s PhillyHealthInfo.org
The Esperanza Center
The Greater Bridgeport OIC
The Link Up for Black Health Professionals
The Men’s Center
The Michael Jordan Foundation
The New Haven Club of the National Association of Negro Business and Professional Woman’s Club, Inc.
The New School
The New York Women’s Foundation
The Office of Community Engagement for Rush University Medical Center
The Pennsylvania Avenue Baptist ChurchThe Pentecostal Assemblies of the World, Inc. (PAW)
The Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland
The Tougaloo College
The Transformation Team
Touro Law College
Trinity College, Women’s Center

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services,
Office of Minority Health, Region IX
UNC School of Medicine Office of Special Programs
Union Baptist Church Nurses Ministry
Unitarian Society of Hartford
United South Broadway Corporation
Universal Health Care Foundation of Connecticut
University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center, Office for Diversity
University of New Mexico School of Medicine
Urban League (Hartford)

W.K. Kellogg Foundation
West Ward Collective
Wexler-Grant Community School
Witness Project ® of LI
Women of Color Cancer Support Group

Yale New Haven Hospital
Yale School of Medicine
Yale School of Medicine Minority Organization for Retention and Expansion (MORE)
Yale University African American Studies Department