Mid Delta Community Consortium/Arkansas Delta Rural Development Network
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Our Mission

To increase resources and understanding of partnerships to enhance and promote community-driven health improvement.

MID DELTA COMMUNITY CONSORTIUM

MDCC is based in Helena-West Helena, Phillips County, Arkansas. We are a 501 3 tax-exempt community based organizations founded in 2001. It is one of four partners of the Arkansas Rural Development Network (ADRDN). MDCC seeks to increase resources and understand of partnerships to enhance and promote community driven health improvement.

 

MDCC's work is accomplished at the community level by grassroots network affiliates - independent, locally run, nonprofit organizations. Each affiliate coordinates all aspects of MDCC building in its local area fund-raising, site selection, partnership and support.

 

Our purpose is to serve as a conduit of resources across the Delta. To oversee and develop consortium arrangements with other associations and organizations both local and statewide and regionally doing work with local communities in the Delta to improve access to health care and health related services.

MDCC is an equal opportunity program; individuals from all races, sexes, and creeds are encouraged to apply for volunteer opportunities.

 

Arkansas Delta Rural Development Network 

Arkansas Delta Rural Development Network's (ADRDN) overall goal is to improve the health and health care networks serving 38 rural counties in the Arkansas Mississippi River Delta.  ADRDN is comprised of four partners - Mid Delta Community Consortium (MDCC), Arkansas Department of Health (ADH), University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS), and Community Health Centers of Arkansas, Inc. (CHCA).  ADRDN oversees the management of the Health Resources and Services Administration Grant (HRSA) and receives guidance from a 22 - member Statewide Steering Group.

Health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being, and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity.  ~World Health Organization, 1948