Monthly Archive:: September 2020

Virtual Women’s Summit

Below, please find links and a flyer to register via zoom access for a Virtual Women’s Summit scheduled for Thursday, September 24, 2020. The Summit addresses Human Trafficking: Myths, Facts, Prevention, and Action. Speakers include: Sheriff Chris Swanson, Dr. Michelle Rosynsky, YWCA Theresa Stephens-Lock, Retired Police Chief, Mott Community College, Claudnyse D. Holloman, JD, Director, …

CE Bridges – Special COVID-19 Edition

Dear friends, MICHR Community Engagement (CE) organized three virtual events for this fall. Please be sure to register for at least one! We miss seeing you and look forward to reconnecting via Zoom. Clinical & Translational Science Award (CTSA) Roadshows: Get updates on MICHR’s grant renewal with the NIH and provide input on CE’s priorities. RSVP for one of two forums: Wednesday, September 23 or Monday, …

Fall 4 Fitness Challenge: Flint Neighborhoods

This October is our 10th Annual Fall 4 Fitness Challenge and we would love to see Flint Neighborhood Groups get involved! This free, one-month physical activity challenge encourages residents to represent their organizations & neighborhoods by being physically active. It is open to all area businesses, organizations, and community groups interested in bringing wellness to …

Important Resource for Voters

Dear FNU: I am a board member of the Neighborhood Associations of Michigan (NAM), whom have worked with a number of your staff over the last couple years. We would just like for you to know that we will be hosting a free online seminar – Your Voice, Your Vote – presented by the League …

Taming Traffic Survey

This form is designed to help you evaluate your street to determine if taming traffic devices and signs are needed. The information you supply is crucial for helping Flint Neighborhoods United develop a comprehensive plan to tame traffic throughout the city and make our streets safer for children, bikers, and residents. Please answer the questions …

MICHR Hosts Virtual Forum for Flint-Based Health Research

FLINT, Mich. – On Friday, September 18, from 1:00 – 3:00 p.m., 13 study teams funded by the Building Capacity for Research and Action (BCRA) award, a mechanism sponsored by the Michigan Institute for Clinical & Health Research (MICHR) in collaboration with Flint’s Community Based Organization Partners (CBOP), will present their projects to the community …

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