Big Hearts for Seniors
On May 17th, 2022, Big Hearts for Seniors will present Big Hearted Stories: Journeys which will be held in front of a live audience on Tuesday, May 17th at the Lydia Mendelssohn Theater and Michigan League. This engaging program will provide a platform for talented local storytellers to share their heart-warming, true-life experiences around the theme of ‘Journeys’. The event will be emceed by Vic Strecher, Ph.D. MPH, Professor of Health Behavior and Health Education in the U-M School of Public Health.
Big Hearts for Seniors is comprised of five community-supported programs (Ann Arbor Meals on Wheels, Housing Bureau for Seniors, Silver Club Memory Programs and Turner Senior Wellness Program) of Michigan Medicine that serve older adults. For more information on tickets ($25 Individual and $75 VIP), donations, and more details on the event, visit our website here.
Free COVID-19 Booster Vaccines provided by Community Health Services of Michigan Medicine
Bethel AME Church
900 John A. Woods Dr. Ann Arbor, MI 48105
Thursday, March 24, 10AM-3PM
New Covenant Missionary Baptist Church
2345 Tyler Rd. Ypsilanti, MI 48198
Friday, April 8, 10AM - 3PM
Free transportation to clinic available: Call 844-900-4892 or, if line is busy, call 734-773-0907
Use code: Vaccinate Washtenaw
Contact Community Health Services for more information: (734) 998-2156
Virtual Town Hall: Allergies, Pregnancy, Chronic Conditions and the COVID-19 Vaccine
Saturday, June 5, 2021 10-11:30 am
Virtual Town Hall: COVID-19 and the African American Community - Equitable Vaccine Distribution - PART II
Panelists will answer your questions on the COVID-19 vaccine distribution process, strategies to increase vaccinations among African Americans, and ways to make the process more equitable.
- View video from Thursday April 3, 2021
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- View video from Saturday, January 16, 2021