Community Health

Hannahville Community Health Department

In-Home Services Program

General Services Offered:

Personal Care

Showering, bathing, grooming, dressing

Homemaker Aide

Meal preparation, shopping for groceries, light housekeeping

Caregiver Respite

Temporary care of a loved one who needs continuous monitoring to give a regular caregiver a break

Loan Closet

Home safety & medical equipment

Health Watch

Vital sign screenings and blood glucose readings, every Tuesday from 10:30am – 11:30am at the Elders Complex #1

Fall Risk Assessments

Education on fall prevention, home safety assessments, strength and balance assessments

Medication Management

Education & assistance with medication, including use of pill caddy and medication administration

Medical Transport

Transportation to medical appointments upon availability with minimum 24 hour notice


Tobacco Treatment Services
Kelly Hansen, Health Educator, CTTS – Phone: 906-723-2570

A one-on-one interview assessment is given over the phone to assess the level of tobacco use and help determine the most appropriate treatment course. The CTTS then works with the client to develop a customized quit plan.

Nutritional Outreach:

The Michigan Tribal Food Access Collaborative and the Walmart grants are in place to help improve access to healthy foods and enhance nutritional landscape in tribal communities. The health educator can help with nutritional resources and education to patients in need.

Comprehensive Cancer Navigation:

The Three Fires Comprehensive Cancer Consortium grant is in place to provide monetary help to those navigating through their cancer journey. It also provides an aim to decrease colon and lung cancer, improve quality of life among cancer survivors and decrease cancer morbidity in American Indians.

Breast and Cervical Cancer Navigation Program:

The BCCCNP is a program to help uninsured or underinsured women have access to life-saving cancer screening services and follow-up care, including cancer treatment if that should be needed.

Hannahville Farmers Market:

The Hannahville Farmers Market operates every Thursday from 11:30-3:30 EST beginning in June and runs through September. The Hannahville Farmers Market accepts SNAP, DUFB, WIC and Senior Project Fresh benefits.

 


Registered Dietitian • Diabetes Program Coordinator • Certified Lactation Counselor

Hours:  Monday-Friday, 8 am-4pm

Tonya LaFave, RD
Contact info:  906-723-2534  |  Email:  tonya.lafave@hichealth.org

Services offered:

  • Nutrition education for any age-individual or group sessions available
  • Diabetes Education, including pre diabetes
  • WIC- supplemental nutrition program for women, infants and children (0-5 years old)
  • Lactation support and education

 


 

Home Visiting Network in the U.P.

Hannahville MIHP (Maternal Infant Health Program)

Home visiting program for Native American pregnant mothers or Native American infants 18 months and younger with FFS Medicaid. MHIP offers support and education to provide healthy pregnancies, positive birth outcomes and healthy infants. Services are provided by a Registered Nurse, Medical Social Worker, and Registered Dietitian.

Prenatal through 18 months.

Native American tribal member or descendant with FFS Medicaid. Does not need to be Hannahville Tribal Member, just live in service area.

Amanda Brayak RN, CLC
P: 906-723-2544
E:  mandi.brayak@hichealth.org

Amanda Braun, LMSW
P: 906-723-2546
E:  amanda.braun@hichealth.org

 

Hannahville Healthy Start/Family Spirit Program

Home visiting program for Native American families including mothers, fathers, infants and caretakers of Native American children.  Staff provide education and support services to provide healthy pregnancies, positive birth outcomes, and healthy infants with our main goal being to reduce infant mortality among Native Americans in Michigan. We follow the Family Spirit Native American Curriculum.

Prenatal through 2 years of age

Pregnant mother must be carrying Native baby or be Native American herself, child must be Native American and live in service area.  Does NOT need to be Hannahville Tribal Member.

Amanda Brayak RN, CLC
P: 906-723-2544
E:  mandi.brayak@hichealth.org

Amanda Braun, LMSW
P: 906-723-2546
E:  amanda.braun@hichealth.org

Community Health Contact Info

Hannahville Health Center
N15019 Hannahville B-1 Road
Wilson, Michigan 49896

Reception: 906-723-2521
Fax: 906-466-7454

Tobacco Treatment Services

P: 906-723-2570

Medical Social Worker

P: 906-723-2546 or 906-280-5578

Community Health Nurse

P: 906-723-2516 or 906-280-0616

CNA (Certified Nursing Assistant)

P: 906-723-2542 or 906-280-0204

Medical Transporter

P: 906-723-2545

Registered Dietitian, Diabetes Program Coordinator, & Certified Lactation Counselor

Tonya LaFave, RD
Hours:  Monday-Friday, 8 am-4pm
P: 906-723-2534
E: tonya.lafave@hichealth.org

Hannahville MIHP
(Maternal Infant Health Program)
& Hannahville Healthy Start/Family Spirit Program

Amanda Brayak RN, CLC
P: 906-723-2544
E:  mandi.brayak@hichealth.org

Amanda Braun, LMSW
P: 906-723-2546
E:  amanda.braun@hichealth.org