Your goodVillage Collective
Your goodVillage Collective is dedicated to the safety and well-being of our community. As a result, we have moved many of our community-based programs to a virtual platform. We look forward to providing you with the same high quality services while continuing or focus on equity, inclusion and safety. We strongly encourage proactive approaches such as social distancing, proper hand hygiene and disinfecting surfaces frequently. Please refer to www.cdc.gov and www.michigan.gov/mdhhs for additional information.
Who We Are
Your goodVillage Collective wants to spread our message of health and wellness. Our mission is to improve population health through equitable community-based education and support services. We believe that a single action can make a difference in the community, and that collective action can greatly improve health outcomes overall.
Anjanette Davenport Hatter, LMSW, CLC
Founding Executive Director
Board of Directors
Bryant Mays, BS- PresidentB
Camiel Davenport, BBA-Treasurer
Allyce Haney, LMSW- Secretary
Holly Jenkins Riley, LMSW- Director
Nicole Kanerva-Mullet, M.Ed- Director
Sharice Murff- Director
What We Do
Improving population health in all that we do. At Your goodVillage Collective, we are dedicated to improving population health by focusing on not only health outcomes but also how those health outcomes are distributed in our target population. We are actively engaged with various community partners who share our mission and are committed to the charge!
Health and Wellness
Reducing The Prevalence of Chronic Disease
With access to the right resources and education, people can become empowered to improve healthy eating habits and make lifestyle changes that reduces the prevalence of chronic diseases.
We offer community-based workshops for families/individuals who are interested in learning more about healthy eating and lifestyle habits. Please contact us at 888-357-2366 to learn more!
Keeping our little ones safe
We know how important it is to keep our little ones safe. We offer community-based infant safe sleep and car seat education. Pack and plays and age appropriate car seats will be available as supplies last.
Please contact us at 888-357-2366 to learn more!
Minority Organ Donation
Cord Blood Banking
Increasing the number of minorities registered on the organ donor registry and promoting cord blood banking.
Did you know that each organ donor can save up to eight lives, and each tissue donor can improve the lives of up to 75 people? Did you know that cord blood can enhance and save lives? Reinforcing the importance of minority donation and cord blood banking is something that we take very seriously and our team is working each and every day to make a positive impact.
Contact us at 888-357-2366 to learn more.
To sign up as an organ donor in the state of Michigan, please click here. Your goodVillage Collective is pre-selected as your referral source.
We believe in the notion of it takes a village. We strive to provide education and support that will improve health comes and greatly impact quality of life.
Description of Community-Based Workshops
Please click here for a description of our community based workshops.
Request Community-Based Workshops
Please click here to request community- based workshops.
Please call to obtain senior benefits referrals via MiCAFE for food, medical, insurance, utility assistance or tax credits at 888-357-2366
COVID-19 Mobile Testing & Flu Shots
Stay tuned for upcoming opportunities to receive COVID-19 testing and flu shots.
Espresso Milk Collective™
A zoom link to register for the virtual Black breastfeeding support group, Espresso Milk Collective™ will be sent via email. Please click here to complete the pre-registration form. Click here for the flyer.
2nd Wednesday of each month 6pm-7pm and 4th Tuesday of each month 11am-12om
Evenings 6pm-7pm: 11/11/20, 12/9/20, 1/13/20221, 2/10.2021
Mornings 11am-12pm: 11/24/20, 12/22/2020, 1/26/2021. 2/23/2021
Espresso Milk Collective was created by Your goodVillage Collective to address the racial disparities the exist in Black breastfeeding in a culturally safe space. If you do not meet this criteria and are interested in receiving breastfeeding support, please contact us for resources at 888-357-2366.
We are thrilled to further our collaboration with the National Kidney Foundation of Michigan,
through the REACH grant and facilitate a virtual Black breastfeeding
support group that once it is safe to do so, will be hosted at Western Wayne Family Health Centers (WWFHC) located in Inkster, Michigan. Click here to learn more about WWFHC.
REACH (Racial and Ethnic Approaches to Community Health) is a national
program administered by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to reduce racial and ethnic health disparities.
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