Health and Wellness

Feature StoryThe horseshoe shape is a key identifying characteristic of the Civic Park neighborhood.
In The NewsClaressa Shields (center) introduces Jasmine Burrell to Pastor Robert McCathern at Joy Tabernacle Church. Burrell will lead the Clarissa Shields Community Project.
In The NewsA view from above Max Brandon Park, a 107-acre urban forest in Flint, in fall 2018.
In The NewsBridge Over Troubled Water looks to raise $21.6 million to supply every Flint household with 40 gallons of water every week.

Joy Tabernacle Church home to new water delivery effort


In The NewsMichigan Humanities announced Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha's book "What the Eyes Don't See" is this year's Great Michigan Read
In The NewsThe logo for the Civic Park centennial celebration is unveiled during a launch party March 9, 2019 at Joy Tabernacle Church.

Civic Park launches centennial celebration


In The NewsNeighborhood Block Grants allow funding to be funneled to small, grassroots groups.
In The NewsThe Healthy Flint Research Coordinating Center formed in April 2016.
In The NewsEmily Doerr will launch Flint City Bike Tours on June 1 with six bicycle tour options.

Coming soon: Flint City Bike Tours


In The NewsThe Recovery Arts and Music Show is 7 p.m. March 8 at the Masonic Temple, hosted by the Serenity House in Flint
In The NewsApril Cook Hawkins

Water crisis whistleblower writes 37-day devotional guidebook


In The NewsSammi Nottingham of the Mobile Hair Care Unit gives Hurley patient Brenda Southward a trim. A grant will pay for more than 200 senior cuts.
In The NewsSerenity House of Flint opened in 2015 to support the holistic recovery community.

Holistic addiction recovery community organization plans fundraiser


In The NewsFrom 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday and Friday, Feb. 7 and 8, both CK 105.5 and NASH FM 95.1 radio stations will be broadcasting from Hurley Children’s Hospital West Lobby.
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