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Woman’s Openness About Tourette Syndrome Helps Others, and Herself

February 1st 2020

Living with Tourette syndrome has been a struggle for Rochelle Bono. But she took the hardship and turned it into a meaningful way to help people.

Presentation on Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine at Berkley Library March 26

March 17th 2019

Presentation on Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine at Berkley Library March 26 Berkley, MI – Join Mike Tocco, a registered acupuncturist, to find out how acupuncture and Chinese medicine can help you feel better. Acupuncture is used for more than just pain relief. Besides reducing pain, it can improve digestion, reduce seasonal allergies, help with sleep, […]

Alzheimer’s Association Caregiver Support Group Meets on Third Thursdays

February 2nd 2018

Alzheimer’s Association Caregiver Support Group Meets on Third Thursdays (Karen S Adcock, SDC, Director of Senior Services, City of Auburn Hills, Feb. 2, 2018) Auburn Hills, MI- Do you have someone in your life that is suffering from dementia?  Are you a caregiver and wonder sometimes how you can keep going?  Do you feel all […]

Holly Taking Time to Weigh Both Sides in Marijuana Decision (Video)

June 16th 2017

Holly Taking Time to Weigh Both Sides in Marijuana Decision (Video) (Crystal A. Proxmire, June 16, 2017) Holly, MI – The Village of Holly Council heard a presentation Tuesday about what new laws mean for municipalities that chose to opt in or opt out of allowing medical marijuana businesses, but no vote has been taken […]

AIDS Walk Detroit Raises Money for Local Organizations

October 1st 2016

AIDS Walk Detroit Raises Money for Local Organizations (Crystal A. Proxmire, Photography: Jonathan Quirk) Royal Oak, MI – Teams of walkers hit the streets of Royal Oak on Sept. 25 to raise money for local programs that support people with AIDS and AIDS prevention programs. Teams are able to keep up to 95% of the […]

AIDS Partnership Michigan and HIV/AIDS Resource Center Merge

April 6th 2015

AIDS Partnership Michigan and HIV/AIDS Resource Center Merge (APM press release, April 6, 2015) In order to strengthen the response to HIV in Southeast Michigan, AIDS Partnership Michigan (APM) and HIV/AIDS Resource Center (HARC) have merged their organizations. Building on a history of collaboration and excellence, the merger of APM and HARC will ensure the […]

FernCare’s Resources for Low Income Healthcare

January 23rd 2013

FernCare has updated their list of places where people can get health care and other assistance. Currently the Ferndale-based free health clinic is operating at capacity and is not accepting new clients at this time. However, they are dedicated to providing information to help connect people with the care they need. The list below is shared off of their Resources Page at http://ferncare.org/resources/.

Sarah Sudol Lights Path for FernCare Patients

July 29th 2012

Sudol, who moved to Ferndale from Clinton Township two years ago, always knew that she wanted to help people and feel good about her work. She went to Western Michigan University for pre-med, but an Alternative Spring Break in Colorado sent her on a slightly different course.

Fern Care Free Clinic Opens Doors This Weekend, Open House Oct 8

September 24th 2011

Today they will see their first patients in their own offices at 459 E. 9 Mile. The official grand opening will be October 8 with a ribbon-cutting ceremony and open house from 10am to 4pm. The public is encouraged to attend.

Transgender Health Fair focuses on Treatment and Guidance

September 23rd 2011

The second annual Transgender Health Fair educated attendees about hormones, safe sex, gender reconstruction surgeries, counseling, laser hair removal, prescription drug coverage and supportive organizations. Transgender Michigan hosted the event, filling Affirmations’ front gallery with rows of informational booths, seminars and forums. More than 100 attended.