Our community-anchored and community-led efforts to improve quality of life and provide opportunities for our patients and residents have one key goal in mind — to improve the health of our communities.
Community Health Services
Discover how our programs help to propel us toward our goal of improving the health of our communities.
Ann Arbor Meals on Wheels seeks to reduce hunger and food insecurity for the homebound in Ann Arbor area who are unable to shop and prepare meals for themselves.
The generosity and spirit of giving are an essential component in the healing process. Our volunteers change people's lives, and their lives are changed forever as well.
Housing Bureau for Seniors recognizes that stable housing is imperative to physical and mental well-being. HBS informs and empowers older adults and those who care about them with guidance and resources about sustainable housing.
Program for Multicultural Health works with communities to develop culturally responsive programs that enhance overall health and well-being by increasing knowledge, skills, and health equity.
Proceeds from Community Health Services' four Friends Gift Shops fund Michigan Medicine patient and family education programs.
Michigan Medicine Lodging helps patients and families who are seeking care find overnight lodging during their time at Michigan Medicine.
Health centers across the country often struggle with missed opportunities to provide adolescents the best care. Adolescent Health Initiative can help.
The Regional Alliance for Healthy Schools (RAHS) provides school-based mental and physical health programs and clinical services to youth 21 years old and younger that improve the well-being of students, their families and communities.
Community Health Planning and Investment is home to Community Benefit, Community Health Needs Assessment, and the Healthcare Anchor Network.
Community Health Services 2022 Year-in-Review video