Call for an appointment if you or your family are in need of a vaccine or booster. 810-496-5777
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Virtual Narcan Training is coming up on Tuesday, June 14th, at 1pm. You could save a life by learning the signs of a possible overdose in progress and by carrying a Narcan Kit.
Open to all. Register here www.genhs.org/NarcanTraining.
Recovery works when you are willing to do the work and commit yourself to the recovery process. We can show you how.
If you are interested in services here at Genesee Community Health Center and joining the online recovery meetings, contact us at 810-496-5777.
Happy Pride Month!
Spring is in full bloom and nothing can ruin a day faster than an accidental run-in with poison ivy.
This week's COVID Vax Schedule:
Genesee Community Health Center is providing FREE Vaccinations for ages 12 and up at our Flint location. Vaccine boosters are available for anyone 18 and older that has had their last COVID vaccine at least 6 months ago (Pfizer and Moderna) and 2 months ago (J&J).
725 Mason Street, 48503. No insurance card necessary. Walk-ins accepted. Appointments strongly recommended.
Call 810-496-5777 to schedule an appointment.
• Tuesday 5/31: 1–3:30pm
• Wednesday 6/1: 8:30am–3:30pm, closed at noon for 30min lunch
• Thursday 6/2: 8:30am–3:30pm, closed at noon for 30min lunch
• Friday 6/3: 8:30am–3:30pm, closed at noon for 30min lunch
If transportation is an issue, we can set up Rides to Wellness at no cost to you. Please call 810-496-5777 and let us know if transportation is needed.
Cannot have been exposed to COVID and/or tested positive within the last 2 weeks.
In Memory of Many, in Honor of All — GCHC thanks you! We will be closed on Monday, May 30th, in observation of Memorial Day.
This very important month honors, remembers, recognizes and appreciates all military personnel; those men and women who have served throughout our history and all who now serve in uniform and their families; as well as those Americans who have given their lives in defense of the freedoms we all enjoy today. It recognizes those on active duty in all branches of the services, the National Guard and Reserves plus retirees, veterans, and all of their families — well over 90 million Americans and more than 240 years of our nation's history.
Be Tick Smart! The 411 on Avoiding Ticks and Lyme Disease.
GCHC offers telehealth visits when needed.
For those who may be new to the Telehealth process for doctor 'visits', this flyer explains how it works.
If you'd like to watch a video on how to use Zoom, which is an option for Telehealth appointments but not required, click here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9isp3qPeQ0E
Our hearts go out to all the youth and families affected by the school shooting in Uvalde, Texas. There are many reactions that are common for children and teens after mass violence. Knowing about them can help you to be supportive, both of yourself and your children.