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A voluntary, county-wide collaboration focused on improving the health of low-income, uninsured, and under-insured populations.

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2023 Collaborative Health Impact Award winner

In December, the Washtenaw community voted to award the 2023 Collaborative Health Impact Award to the Behavioral Health Collaborative for Young Black Men & Boys.

Funded by the Michigan Health Endowment, the project is a collaboration between Packard Health and the University of Michigan School of Social Work Curtis Center for Health Equity’s Young Black Men, Masculinities, and Mental Health (YBMen) Project.

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Share Your Medical Transportation Experience! We want to hear about your experiences with Non-Emergency Medical Transportation (NEMT), which includes public or private transportation to medical appointments but excludes rides from caregivers, family, or friends.Have you used NEMT for a medical appointment or procedure in the last 3 years? Take the Survey: ... See MoreSee Less
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75,000 Free Gun Locks Available! In 2020, firearms became the leading cause of death for children in the U.S. and Michigan, surpassing motor vehicle deaths. To combat this, the Michigan State Police and the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services have provided 75,000 free cable-style gun locks. These locks, funded by $500,000 from the fiscal year 2024 MSP budget, are available at MDHHS county offices and some local health departments. Spread the word—you could be saving a life. ... See MoreSee Less
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For almost half a century, Ypsilanti Meals on Wheels has stood as a cornerstone of our community, providing nourishing meals and essential services to homebound seniors, the sick, and the disabled in eastern Washtenaw County. Welcome to the WHI!To learn more or get involved, visit #yPSILANTI #washtenawcounty ... See MoreSee Less
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