LANSING, Mich. – With the transfer of Volunteers of America of Michigan’s Lansing programming to Holy Cross Services, the name of the on-site community health center, operated by Ingham County Health Department in partnership with Sparrow Health System has changed to: New Hope Community Health Center.
The health center continues to serve underserved members of the community, including people who are experiencing homelessness. The health care providers remain the same, giving New Hope patients a continuity of care.
“We are excited to work with Holy Cross Services,” said Deputy Health Officer and Executive Director of Ingham Community Health Services Anne Scott. “Together, we hope to continue providing excellent care for our most vulnerable community members.”
New Hope Community Health Center is the newest addition to the Ingham Community Health Centers, which is the network of Federally Qualified Health Centers operated through the Ingham County Health Department. Ingham Community Health Centers provides access to primary health care services to all members of the community regardless of their insurance status or ability to pay.
The following services are offered at New Hope Community Health Center: primary care, including mental health, dental, and substance use disorder treatment.