Community Resources

As our cases of COVID-19 in West Michigan remain high, so do our hopes that our community will rally to control the spread of the disease. We are grateful for those practicing mask-wearing, hand washing and social distancing. And, we are inspired by those who encourage us all to #StayStrong. You can help us keep our communities healthy by sharing tips with friends and family. Use your positive influence to be part of the solution to the challenges we are facing.

Share Our Weekly Stay Strong Tips

Reserve energy for your own well-being. Caregiver is a role that many have undertaken this year, and burnout is real. Learn the signs of caregiver burnout so you can recognize them in yourself and others, and find recommendations for support and sustaining strength in the Health Beat story, Caring for the caregiver.

Replenish our community blood supply. Come alongside us to save lives by donating blood at a location near you. Join us next week in Benton Harbor, Big Rapids, Holland and Grand Rapids as we collaborate with community partners to host commemorative blood drives in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

View our complete list of tips and visit for up-to-date information and resources for emotional wellness and support.

Busting Myths and Misconceptions About COVID-19

Information found on social media about COVID-19 can be inaccurate. Physicians from Spectrum Health and community clinical organizations have come together in a video series to address misconceptions that they have come across. Hear from the experts on a variety of topics.

Community Partners

Spectrum Health experts and community leaders outline how they are working together to raise awareness of COVID-19 and address health disparities in a series of public service announcements and community impact videos.


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    Keeping our communities informed by telling the stories of COVID-19

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    Heart of West Michigan United Way 2-1-1

    2-1-1 services are available in every county in Michigan and serve as a resource hub for individuals, organizations and families. Services include food, shelter, utility assistance, transportation, childcare and more. Heart of West Michigan United Way 2-1-1 serves 14 counties. View their web-based resource list or dial 2-1-1 and a call specialist will help you.