Are you worried that someone is in or nearing a mental health crisis? Click Here
Crisis Text Line: 741741 | Suicide Lifeline 1-800-273-8255

?Le preocupa que sea, or se esté acercando a una crisis de salud mental? Haga clic aqui
Línea de texto de crisis: 741741 | Línea de vida de suicida 1-800-273-8255




COMMUNITY RESOURCES

Do you need medical attention or a new doctor? Call Catherine’s Health Center regardless of insurance. Click here for more information.

COVID-19 Vaccination Information here

Whatever your needs, 2-1-1 is there to help.

Do you need transportation?


BE HAPPY

Mental health is critical to our overall well-being and can affect our thinking, mood, and behavior.

YOU BELONG HERE

All members of the Creston community are valued as individuals as well as important to the community.

EAT WELL

A balanced diet promotes energy, weight loss, and a longer, fulfilling life. Enjoy monthly articles about eating and living healthy from health expert sources.

STAY ACTIVE

Everyone needs physical activity to stay healthy. So we’ve provided the following tools to help you and your family make small changes that can add up to big health benefits!


CRESTON
COMMUNITY
WALKS

While our activity has been significantly restricted by Covid-19, we still can get out and improve our fitness and mental health by walking. 

CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE NORTH QUARTER PATHWAYS MAP

WALK FOR GOOD FOOD 2021

The walk for 2021 has completed!
Here is read the feature from WZZM 13!

STOMP OUT STIGMA WALK

The Stomp Out Stigma Walk for Mental Health is coming up Don’t miss out on our exclusive walk t -shirt. Raise $100 to get one!

Learn More and Register


MEMBER SPOTLIGHT

Access of West Michigan is a dynamic organization with three inter-related targets for their work: 1. food system programs (including food prescription and a farm to pantry program), 2. poverty simulation workshops and assistance for congregations in addressing neighborhood poverty, and 3. employment of individuals with barriers to work Throughout their programs, Access’ vision is to cultivate a community rooted in equitable systems.

Access is sponsoring the 40th Annual Walk for Good Food May 2-12, to raise funds to foster the development of a “good food system” wherein food is healthy, fairly-priced, green (grown responsibly) and affordable. For more information, visit the link above with the green logo.


MONTHLY MEETINGS

We are a group of individuals, churches, non-profits, and community organizations who meet regularly to promote health and wellness within the Creston and Belknap neighborhoods. We share resources, learn together, and work to make the North End the healthiest it can be. LEARN MORE