Community Health Chair
Rev. Dr. Michael C.R. Nabors (BS '82, English), senior pastor of Detroit’s New Calvary Baptist Church since 1997, has been appointed Gateway Community Health’s (GCH) Board Chairman.
Nabors has served more than 25 religious and community leadership boards in Michigan and New Jersey including the Board of the Detroit Branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) and former president of the Trenton, New Jersey, and Princeton; New Jersey chapters of the NAACP.
The Kalamazoo native is also a graduate of Princeton Theological Seminary where he earned both the Masters of Divinity and the Masters of Theology degrees. Rev. Dr. Nabors earned the Doctorate of Ministry degree as a Samuel DeWitt Proctor Fellow from United Theological Seminary in Dayton, Ohio.
Gateway Community Health is a non-profit organization that ensures access to an integrated, contracted, and owned network that provides high quality, comprehensive, culturally competent mental health and substance use services for children, adults, and their families, which support recovery, independence, collaboration, and empowerment within the home and community. Gateway sponsors numerous events and activities throughout the year to aid in the recovery process.
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