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Bringing health care to local family shelters

November 2016

Lori Bennett, Nurse Practitioner, has a friendly smile and warm heart. Compassionate and capable, she is a welcome visitor to families living in local family shelters across Washtenaw County. In the course of a week, Lori visits INH-Alpha House, SafeHouse Center, Ozone House and Staples Family Center. She offers care and connections, identifying immediate health

Influenza - Time to get a flu vaccine

October 2016

Flu shots are now available! For everyone older than 6 months, including high dose influenza vaccinations for those above 65 years old. Influenza vaccinations take 2 weeks to build up the antibodies to fight the flu virus, so early October is ideal to get your shot before flu season begins. A few cases have already

Hunger is a health issue

September 2016

Access to affordable, nutritious food is not a sure thing for 1 in 7 people in Washtenaw County. 11,000 of our kids struggle with hunger. September, this beautiful season of abundance, is Hunger Action Month - a time to reflect that amidst plenty, there is much need. Food insecurity has an adverse impact on health.

Packard Pacers

September 2016

The Pacers put year 12 in the record books - another season of walking the paths of County Farm Park. The inimitable Karen Koeppe, our Registered Dietitian and Certified Diabetes Educator, has led the Pacers since the beginning. Special thanks to the  Packard staffers who volunteered their time and a round of applause to Better Living Fitness -

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