From life-giving donations of blood and tissue to life-changing services that improve the health and well-being of our neighbors, we believe our mission to advance health to serve Michigan and the world starts in our own community.
Discover the ways to advance health in our own community, from improving access, equity and health outcomes through Community Health Services, to bringing art and music to the entire Michigan Medicine community.
Community Health Services' mission is to lead Michigan Medicine in improving access, equity and health outcomes in the community and for those we serve. Some of our initiatives include Ann Arbor Meals on Wheels, Program for Multicultural Health, and Housing Bureau for Seniors.
Through a collaborative effort between the University of Michigan community, the American Red Cross, Be the Match, Gift of Life Michigan, Eversight, and Team Michigan, Wolverines for Life is dedicated to saving lives through the power of donations.
Music and art have the power to enhance the healing process, reduce stress, provide compassionate connections and empower the human spirit. Discover the ways we bring life through art to our patients and community.
Learn how sponsorship makes strong community programs, possible.
The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at the University of Michigan (OLLI-UM) is a program established in 1987 by a group of Turner Geriatric Clinic volunteers for people who share a love of learning.
From delivering meals and helping seniors find housing to educating kids, empowering families, improving mental health and reducing substance abuse, we are committed to helping everyone gain access to the treatment and support they need to live in vibrant well-being.