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Community Health Improvement Programs

St. Joseph Mercy Chelsea participates in numerous community health initiatives, among those:

  • Osteoporosis Education
  • Faith Community Nursing (contact Elaine O'Neill at
  • Public Lectures and Speakers Bureau
  • Move Forward: Healthy Choices for Kids and Families
  • Healthy Communities Walking Program
    The Healthy Communities Walking Program is designed to motivate and support people who want to get moving toward better health.
  • Farmer's Market
    The Bushel Basket Farmer's Market is held Wednesdays from 2:30 -6 pm on the CCH campus, adjacent to the U-M Family Practice Building. The market is open to the public and features locally grown, fresh produce.
  • Health Improvement Plan of Washtenaw County
    The Washtenaw County Health Improvement Plan partners - including CCH, Washtenaw County Public Health, the University of Michigan Health System, Saint Joseph Mercy Health System, and the United Way of Washtenaw County - established public health targets that focus community efforts and provide an avenue for measuring success. Health objectives are designed for "healthy kids," "adults," "older adults," and "healthy communities."
    WEBSITE RFP: SRSLY is expanding to the neighboring communities of Dexter and Stockbridge, Michigan. We need a website structure that connects these three communities with consistent organization and branding, and local information from each. The RFP outlines project objectives, deadlines, and proposal requirements. For more information, contact Reiley Curran at (734) 593-5279, or Nancy Siegrist at (734) 593-5259.
  • SRSLY Website RFP
  • Coalition Brochure1
  • Coalition Brochure2

    The Coghlan Family Foundation, co-founded by Michael and Suzanne Coghlan of Saline, has brought to life a long-time vision of preventing youth substance abuse in Chelsea. Because of the Foundation's generous support and creative efforts, a new coalition has been launched that is aimed at reducing high-risk behavior in 10-15-year-olds in Chelsea. The coalition, known as SRSLY ("seriously" as it is spelled in text messages), is a result of the Coghlan's strong interest in preventing teen substance abuse. For more information about SRSLY, visit their website or contact Reiley Curran, MPH, at

Community Health Needs Assessment

Download and view the St. Joseph Mercy Chelsea Health Needs Assessment (CHNA). For more information about the CHNA, please contact Reiley Curran, Director of Community Health Improvement, at

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