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Bay Mills community health is striving to make our community a healthier place to live. They have developed and updated healthy activities in the community and have brought a Farmers Market back to our community, among many other things. Community health also puts on many health related events during the year.
Provides nutrition counseling for a variety of medical conditions including diabetes, weight management, high cholesterol, high blood pressure, chronic kidney disease, gastrointestinal conditions such as Irritable Bowel Syndrome and diverticulosis.
Partners with healthy start and the Maternal Infant Health Program to provide prenatal and infant nutrition counseling
Provides nutrition education and information at community health events
Hosts educational bingos for elders at the Armella Parker Elder Center along with the Community Health Department
Host Flu clinics throughout fall and winter months
Host Bingo games throughout the year that also incorporates educational Bingos
Community Outreach also assists with Well Woman Days and Sport Physical Days
Foot care clinics are put on periodically to assist patients in foot care
Very proud of the work done here in our community. Our success is even documented at a national level on the CDC website. Thank you to all those involved and all the work you have done and continue to do! Check out the article here
Click for our Farmers Market Agreement
The REACH & BALAC grant are working together to create a smoke free environment for all Health Center visitors. A Red Flag was placed where a cigarette butt was discarded on the ground. Many of the cigarette butts are within 50ft of the building. 300 flags were placed in less than 15 minutes and actually ran out of flags.
Connie Watson and the trail committee have decided to name the trail, Spirit Stone Trail. Spirit Stone is a translation of the name Shingabawassin, who was a local Ojibwe Chief from the Crane Clan. To read more about the naming of the trail, CLICK HERE, for the article in the soo evening news.
Apple Orchard Revitalization 2015
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