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Hackley Community Care (HCC) is a non-profit 501c3 Federal Health Center with a mission to support the physical, mental and spiritual health of each person we come in contact with.
Our partnership with Komen helps us provide many women with critical screenings that detect and/or reduce their cancer risk. HCC is also a partner with the 1 in 21 community health initiative to get Muskegon County healthy by the year 2021. Our CEO Linda Juarez is co-chair of this initiative.
We believe when we address the whole person, we help foster a healthy community. That is why we offer programs such as Grandparents Raising Grandchildren; Integrated health Clinic (IHC) with a partnership with Community Mental Health (Health West is their new name); Children and adolescent health through our Teen Health Center at Muskegon High School; our School Network Hub that includes Muskegon Heights Academy, Marquette School, Covenant Academy, and Nelson School; wellness programs at Steele Middle School; Smoking Cessation; Chronic Disease Self-Management Programs and much more. We will be opening a new Teen Health Center in the Oakridge School district in the spring of 2015.
Whether an individual or family is receiving care within one of our facilities, a recipient of support services through any of our community collaboration efforts, or attending a HCC event, our extensive range of services and programs help impact many lives on a regular basis. As you can see, healthy families and a healthy community is our priority.