Progress Village Receives Community Health Hero Award
The Munson Healthcare Community Health Committee presented its first ever Community Health Hero award to the members of Progress Village, a group working to help the community understand the reality and challenges of living in the crisis of poverty.
“One of the things our committee has done recently is to create a recognition for people in the community who are making a difference in the community, especially in the area of healthcare,” said Dan Johnson, Community Health Committee Chairman.
Progress Village was recognized for making a significant contribution toward improving the health and well-being of the community.
“Since there is a direct correlation between poor health and poverty, we feel this group is making an impact on the health and well-being of our community,” said Diane Butler, Munson Community Health Manager.
In photo (l-r): Claudia Crisp, Progress Village member; Ranae McCauley, United Way; Diane Butler, Manager, Munson Community Health; Dana Tuller, Progress Village member; Dan Johnson, Chair, Munson Healthcare Community Health Committee; Nikia Parker, Progress Village member, Jan Warren, Northwest Michigan Council of Governments.
The Munson Healthcare Community Health Committee presented its first ever Community Health Hero award
to the members of Progress Village, a group working to help the community understand the reality and
challenges of living in the crisis of poverty. Watch the video to find out more.
|Progress Village members and volunteers with representatives from Munson Healthcare, Diane Butler and Dan Johnson (back row, 4th and 5th from left).|
See more information about Progress Village.
See more about this award and story at Munson Healthcare.
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