MBK's organizational infrastructure consist of three complementary Centers that are designed to create an integrated services approach to the prevention, treatment, and care of health disparities that marginalize communities.
The Center for Community Based Programs
CCBP exist to promote and facilitate healthy lifestyles and to strengthen, connect, and mobilize individuals and grassroots organizations with academic institutions, government officials, and other affiliates to enhance their voice and power to reduce the burden of disease among underserved populations and communities.
The Center for Research, Evaluation, and Environmental & Policy Change
CREEP was created to achieve health equity among underserved populations through research, evaluation, and environmental and policy systems change initiatives that lead to new scientific knowledge, expand the existing evidence base for disparities in health, provide information on program effectiveness, and evaluate data-driven systems change and intervention strategies.
OAHCC provides innovative, holistic primary healthcare services: preventive, clinical,
mental health, PrEP, and family planning to underserved, underinsured, and underrepresented populations in Mississippi and beyond, with emphasis on LGBTQ+ population.