Wellness Network

Healthy Futures – Pathways Community HUB model

The Healthy Futures HUB Model is part of the Oakridge Community School Wellness Network.  Download a comprehensive brochure here.

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Muskegon Community Health Project, the community benefit ministry of Mercy Health Muskegon, sponsors our Healthy Futures-Pathways Community HUB Model. It assures efficient and effective service delivery in our community using a 21st Century system of coordinating care services among community agencies.

Healthy Futures Community Health Worker - Dawn Rymal

Dawn Rymal, Community Health Worker

Our students and families benefit from having our Community Health Worker serve as a single point of contact to coordinate delivery of services by assisting families in navigating the network of services available across many Community Health Pathways. While any Care Coordinating Agency (CCA) can be contacted by our local families, they will be referred and assigned to a single Community Health Worker who will assist them with any Community Health Pathway needed and hold agencies accountable for providing services.

Contact the Community Health Worker at Oakridge at 231.788.7557.

 

 

Care Coordinating Agencies

  • Affinia Health Network
  • Community Encompass
  • Public Health-Muskegon County
  • Every Woman’s Place
  • Hackley Community Care
  • Health Project
  • Mercy Health Life Counseling
  • Mercy Health Muskegon
  • Mission for Area People
  • Senior Resources

Community Health Pathways

Our Community Health Worker can open community health pathways services in the following areas: adult education, behavior health, developmental referral, developmental screening, education, employment, transportation, health insurance, housing, immunization referral, immunization screening, lead, medical home, medical referral, medication assessment, medication management, pregnancy, and smoking cessation.

Social Service Referral

Our Community Health Worker can refer to other agencies for the following social services: child care assistance, family assistance, food assistance/WIC, housing assistance, insurance assistance, financial assistance, medication assistance, transportation assistance, job/ employment assistance, education assistance, parent education assistance, medical debt assistance, domestic violence assistance, clothing assistance, utilities assistance, and translation assistance.