GR Home Health Care Associations
Partnering With Other Organizations Helps us Serve our Community With Better Healthcare.
Grand Rapids and West Michigan have strong community roots and we’re proud to be a part of it!
|Caregiver Resource Network is a collaboration of West Michigan organizations dedicated to providing for the needs and welfare of family and professional caregivers within the community. The CRN is facilitated by the Grand Rapids Community College Older Learner Center and Area Agency on Aging of Western Michigan, which administer Title IIIE Older Americans Act National Family Caregiver Support Program.|
|The Alliance for Health, a nonprofit West Michigan organization, is a broad based community coalition encouraging optimal health for all through high quality health care services at the lowest cost. We bring together those who give health care, those who get health care and those who pay for health care to identify and work together on health-related community priorities. We are committed to advancing a high-quality, patient-centered, cost-effective health care system|
|The Michigan Nurses Association, nurses’ voice for 100 years, is the largest nurses union in the state of Michigan. The MNA promotes the economic and general welfare of nurses in the workplace, fosters high standards of nursing practice and lobbies the legislative and regulatory agencies on health care issues affecting nurses and recipients of nursing services. MNA is a constituent member of the United American Nurses, as well as an affiliate of the AFL-CIO.|
|The Local First concept is infused in all segments of the community – including business, education and public service. The region operates as a local living economy comprised of thriving locally-owned businesses and characterized by economic prosperity, social equity and environmental kinship. Local First, a BALLE affiliate, is recognized locally and nationally for its vibrant leadership in providing both education and business support.|