Allegiance Health offers a variety of classes, seminars, screenings and events designed to improve the health and well being of the communities we serve.

Here is what's coming up

  •  May 24

    For adults who have experienced any type of loss.
  •  May 25

    Did you know there are steps you can take to help you manage or control your risk factors for a stroke? You can also learn how to recognize if you or a loved one is having a stroke?
  •  May 26

    The Green Market focuses on natural, sustainable Michigan produce and products. All products sold must be produced in Michigan with minimal or no use of chemicals.
  •  May 30

    For adults who have experienced any type of loss.
  •  May 30

    Part 5 of 6. This six-week course is a must for all expectant mothers and their partners. It provides all the essential information needed to prepare for the birth of your child.
  •  May 31

    Nourish is a 10 week wellness program, designed to help participants set and reach personal goals for a more balanced, healthy lifestyle.

    We encourage participants to attend all 10 sessions, but also welcome those who are interested in only certain topics.

    Topics covered are:

    1. Introduction and Getting Started                                                              
    2. Creating a Healthy Meal Plan                                
    3. Making Sense of Food Labels                 
    4. Food Shopping Simplified                                                
    5. Being Active: A Way of Life                      
    6. Sleep: The Missing Link?              
    7. The Art of Eating Mindfully                                               
    8. Jump Start Your Activity Plan                               
    9. Talk Back to Negative Thoughts                          
    10. Sustaining Behavior Changes
  •  May 31

    For adults who have lost a loved one to suicide.

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Think “activity” instead of “exercise.” The important thing is to spend less time sitting at the TV or computer and more time moving.