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Get to Know Madison County, Alabama
Growth, Industry, and Affluence
Health services include hospitals with the most advanced medical capability available within a 100-mile radius. Madison County is also home to a family practice residency training program through the University of Alabama/Birmingham School of Medicine.
Several schools throughout Madison County are consistently ranked highly within the state. Madison County boasts two public universities: The University of Alabama in Huntsville (a Tier-One research university) and Alabama A&M (ranked 40th among the top Historically Black Colleges and Universities across the nation). Madison County is also home to a private HBCU, Oakwood University. Additionally, Calhoun Community College – Huntsville Campus and the JF Drake State Community and Technical College provide two-year associate degrees and trade certifications.
Poverty and Needs in Madison County, Alabama
When life improves for the under-resourced and those who need a hand up, not a handout, life improves for all. The future of Madison County truly rests with its citizens, their vitality, their productivity, and their generosity and sense of community.
By working together, our community can create a clear vision for a brighter future that improves life for everyone.