Meet the Employer: Muskegon Recovery Center

October 15, 2018 (Holland Sentinel) – Muskegon Recovery Center is part of the Cherry Health system, which offers health services to individuals who have little or no access to health care. The Recovery Center provides medication assisted treatment, as well as group therapy and support services, for individuals addicted to opiates. MRC currently has a Read More

Leadership Through Compassion: Tasha Blackmon of Cherry Health

September 14, 2018 (Women’s Lifestyle) – Cherry Health is a non-profit medical center that provides health services to vulnerable populations who face significant barriers in accessing health care. There are more than 20 Cherry Health centers in seven counties in Michigan, employing more than  900 employees. The headquarters, located off Cherry Street near LaGrave Avenue Read More

HRSA recognizes Cherry Health as a Health Center Quality Leader

September 4, 2018 – The U.S. Health Services and Resource Administration (HRSA) recently announced $125 million in Quality Improvement Awards (QIA’s) has been awarded to 1,352 community health centers across all U.S. states, territories and the District of Columbia. Health centers will use these funds to build upon their 2017 achievements to continue to improve Read More

Cherry Health Receives Quality Awards from Priority Health for exceptional patient care

August 31, 2018 – Cherry Health has earned several 2018 Priority Health Quality Awards. The awards, established by Priority Health in 2003, recognize primary care physicians (PCPs) for providing exceptional patient care, and making health care more accessible and affordable in our communities. Priority Health selects award winners by analyzing the highest performing practices within Read More

Q&A: Tasha Blackmon

August 21, 2018 (Grand Rapids Business Journal) – Tasha Blackmon is a “dynamic, strategic and collaborative leader” who serves as the CEO of Cherry Health, the largest Federally Qualified Health Center in Michigan. Blackmon is an advocate for the underserved, passionate about attending to patient and community needs and seeks opportunities to give back as Read More

Michigan gets $10M to integrate primary, behavioral health

August 19, 2018 (Charlotte Observer) – Michigan has received up to $10 million to promote the integration of primary and behavioral health care efforts. The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services says it recently got the grant money from the U.S. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. The program aims to improve access Read More

Lakeshore Clubhouse reopens with new name

August 9, 2018 (WZZM) – After being on the verge of closing for good, one Holland mental health center is getting a second chance. That’s all thanks to its members. The Lakeshore Clubhouse was set to close earlier this year when Ottawa County Community Mental Health dealt with budget cuts. After months of uncertainty, Cherry Read More