GDABVI takes a whole-person approach to sight loss by meeting people where they are in their vision journey. We provide daily living skills, technology training, orientation and mobility, support groups, case management for basic needs, information and resources, and opportunities to socialize for blind and visually impaired individuals. Our programs foster independence, safety, and overall well-being across the lifespan.
District Health Department #10 is the largest geographic health department in Michigan, serving ten counties including Crawford, Kalkaska, Lake, Manistee, Mason, Mecosta, Missaukee, Newaygo, Oceana, and Wexford.
Community Health Workers serve in the Community Connections program at District Health Department # 10. Community Connections is open to all ages (minors with consent) and all incomes to help navigate community resources.
First Candle is committed to ending Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) and other sleep-related infant deaths while providing bereavement support to families who have experienced a loss.
Everyday Life was founded in 2016, with a deep passion for helping people. A need wasn't being filled in our communities and we knew we could help. Let us help your organization build genuine relationships and connections through our consulting and virtual training programs. With our vast experience with Project Management, Community Health Workers, Social Determinants of Health, Community Clinical Linkage and more, we are here to help take your business to the next level.
Federally Qualified Health Center servicing Lower Southwest Michigan.
The Detroit Health Department has been providing important public health services to Detroiters for over 100 years. The Health Department’s mission is to work in partnership with Detroiters to protect and promote their health, well-being, safety and resilience, and to respond to every public health need with exceptional leadership, policies, programs and services.
Training, employing, and promoting CHWs is only one way the Health Department builds individual and community capacity in Detroit.
MiCHWA has established itself as the CHW information hub for the state of Michigan. Initially founded as a small stakeholder coalition, MiCHWA’s growth has significantly exceeded initial expectations by Steering Committee and working group members. Interest in MiCHWA’s activities from outside organizations has skyrocketed over the last four years, resulting in an increase in demands for CHW information, presentations on CHW effectiveness, and support for CHW activities. Outside agencies are coming to MiCHWA for information about the CHW role, resources to support CHW employment, and research to make the case for why CHWs are essential health care team members. MiCHWA is excited about these opportunities, and continues to find new ways to engage CHWs and stakeholders in these discussions across the state.