Muskegon’s YMCA-run DPP wins Full Recognition status from the CDC
The Muskegon YMCA-run Diabetes Prevention Program (DPP) got a big boost earlier this summer, when the program earned Full CDC Recognition – a prerequisite for billing Medicare.
SAMHSA Evaluators Rave About Muskegon’s MYalliance
Officials with the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration traveled to Muskegon at the end of August to review the progress of MYalliance System of Care (SOC), a collaboration between youth, families, schools, and other child-serving agencies to better serve youth with complex needs and their families. The SAMHSA evaluators were inspired by “visionary leadership across agencies and youth and families” and said their experience in Muskegon was “not their usual site visit.”
Notes from the annual Wellville Gathering
A this year’s Gathering, teams from the Wellville 5 communities explored what it will take to shift long-term thinking and action among institutions, people and systems.
Hope Rising Executive Director Shelly Trumbo presents Project Restoration
Hope Rising executive director Shelly Trumbo presented Project Restoration at last week’s “Putting Care at the Center 2018” conference.
Be Bold. Be Brave. Be Well.
Kathy Dunleavy reflects on Wellville and the future of philanthropy: “Our tagline is ‘Be Bold. Be Brave. Be Well.’ When I think about Wellville in the context of philanthropy, [Wellville founder] Esther [Dyson] was extremely bold and brave. I hope this is just the beginning of a new type of philanthropy.”
The 2018 Wellville Gathering
The theme of the 2018 Wellville Gathering was to ask a simple question: What story do we want to tell at the end of the 10-year Wellville project, on December 31, 2024? Each Wellville community answered this question.
Lake County Wellville: 2017 Year in Review
As we dig into our plans for 2018, it’s worth taking a look back to what each Wellville community achieved in 2017. Here’s the 2017 Year in Review for Lake County, CA.