1701 East South Boulevard, Suite 150 (just west of Dequindre)
Wellpoint Medical Center and the American Red Cross are hosting an upcoming blood drive.
Please join our lifesaving mission and schedule an appointment today!
Site: Wellpointe Medical Center
Address: 1701 South Blvd. East, Rochester, MI, 48307
Room Name: Basement
Date: Tue Jan 7, 2020
Time: 12:00 PM - 06:00 PM
Blood Program Leader Name: Jessica Miller
Blood Program Leader Phone Number: 2489975805
Click here to make an appointment
The need for blood is constant and only volunteer donors can fulfill that need for patients in our community. Nationwide, someone needs a unit of blood every 2 to 3 seconds and most of us will need blood in our lifetime.
Thank you for supporting the American Red Cross blood program!
Blue Cross Blue Shield
Blue Care Network/BCN Advatage
GM Connected Care (through Henry Ford Health System)
Health Plus (MI CHILD)
Humana Choice (PPO and Medicare)
Medicare Plus Blue
- PPO/HMO/POS & Medicare
UMR Beaumont Insurance
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- Share breast cancer educational resources with family and friends
- Do your part to provide mamograms for women in need
- GET YOUR MAMOGRAM!
Thousands of young people are targets of bullying and cyberbullying every day, putting many at risk for outcomes such as depression or school absenteeism. Working with kids to create ways to address these issues is an important responsibility for adults.
Parents, school staff, and other caring adults have a role to play in preventing bullying. They can:
• Help kids understand bullying. Talk about what bullying is and how to stand up to it safely. Tell kids bullying is unacceptable. Make sure kids know how to get help.
Kids who know what bullying is can better identify it. They can talk about bullying if it happens to them or others. Kids need to know ways to safely stand up to bullying and how to get help.
• Encourage kids to speak to a trusted adult if they are bullied or see others being bullied. The adult can give comfort, support, and advice, even if they can’t solve the problem directly. Encourage the child to report bullying if it happens.
Parents play a key role in preventing and responding to bullying. If you know or suspect that your child is involved in bullying, there are several resources that may help.
• Recognize the warning signs that your child is involved in bullying. They could be being bullied, bullying others, or witnessing bullying. You should talk to your child if they display any sort of behavioral or emotional changes. Many times kids won’t ask for help, so it is important to know what to look for. If your child is at immediate risk of harming himself or others, get help right away.
• If you know or suspect bullying has occurred, learn how to find out what has happened with your child. Understanding what has happened can also help in communicating with school or community officials about the situation.
If you have worked with your child and your school and need additional assistance, find resources to help For more information or help go to http://www.pacer.org/bullying/nbpm/