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Your goodVillage Collective®


Company Update:

We have both a bittersweet and
joyous announcement to share with all of you. After nearly 6 years of
dedicated service, unwavering commitment, and tireless effort, Your
goodVillage Collective is closing its doors on 10/31/2023, having
successfully fulfilled our mission to make a significant impact on the
health and wellness of our communities.

Thank you for being a part of our journey, for believing in our
mission, and for making our community a healthier and safer place. It
has been an honor and a privilege to serve alongside each of you.

Anjanette Davenport Hatter, LMSW, CLC

Founding Executive Director

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Who We Are

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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.

DEI Statement:

Empowering families to achieve access to health care education in a way they
need it most helps them overcome their challenges and elevate them to live
healthy and productive lives. As community champions, we respect each others’
differences, inspire people to come together and uplift all who seek our services.

Anjanette Davenport Hatter, LMSW, CLC

Founding Executive Director

Board of Directors

Tracey Smith, MBA- President​B

Danny Malendowski, CPA-Treasurer

Allyce Haney, LMSW- Secretary

Camiel Davenport, BBA- Director

Nicole Kanerva-Mullet, M.Ed- Director​

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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!

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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.

We also provide seniors with referrals through MiCAFE for food, medical insurance, utility assistance and tax credits through our Senior Benefits program.

Please contact us at 888-357-2366 to learn more!


Safety First!

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.

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Due to limited capacity, we have discontinued our workshop program. For car seat and infant safe sleep education or items, please contact United Ways resource line at 2-1-1 or call 1-800-552-1183.


COVID-19 & Flu Prevention

COVID-19 is still very much present in our communities. We are here to help you make informed decisions about your plan to protect yourself and your family against COVID-19. It is our goal to increase confidence in the COVID-19 vaccines while reinforcing basic prevention measures such as mask wearing and social distancing. 

Your goodVillage Collective COVID Conversations

Your goodVillage Collective COVID Conversations, our YouTube platform discussing four weeks of all things COVID ! 

Find a Flu and/or COVID-19 vaccine site: Search, text your ZIP code to 438829, or call 1-800-232-0233 to find locations near you in the U.S.




The flu causes tens of millions of illnesses, hundreds of thousands of hospitalizations, and tens of thousands of deaths in the United States annually. To prevent hospitals and healthcare workers from being already overburdened caring for COVID-19 patients, it is more important than ever for everyone to protect themselves, their families and their communities by getting vaccinated against flu.

For education and resources to get vaccinated against the flu, please refer to the flu resource toolkit

Vaccine Quiz and Raffle

Each month we will introduce a new vaccine quiz which gives community members an opportunity to learn about the flu  and COVID-19 as well a enter a raffle for COVID-19 + flu prevention supplies. 

Stay tuned for the next quiz!


Check our site frequently for updates including monthly vaccine related activities and raffles!

Your goodVillage Collective is working collaboratively with The National Kidney Foundation of Michigan’s REACH Initiatives, a community-based project designed to expand our understanding of the social, economic, and environmental factors that impact the health of western Wayne county residents and reduce racial and ethnic health disparities. We are making a concerted effort to address long-standing disparities during the COVID-19 pandemic and flu season.

Face Mask Education Pop Ups

Your goodVillage Collective partnered with The Kidney Nurse, Earl & Associates and Alexandria Ballard Sims, RN to bring pop up mask education to various sites in the community via outdoor and virtual opportunities. During our efforts at public service, we saw community members with good intentions and the desire to remain safe but were wearing face masks incorrectly. It is our hope that with the proper mask education, we will provide support for the community’s collective efforts to reduce the spread of COVID-19. 

The Kidney Nurse is a certified nephrology nurse with over 20 years of nephrology experience who educates the public about kidney disease awareness and prevention.

Alexandria Ballard Sims  is a registered nurse and Doctor of Nurse Practitioner Candidate with goals to improve health equity while providing sustainable solutions in reducing Chronic Kidney Disease


Earl Stewart, III is the chef/owner of Earl and Associates, LLC based in Michigan. Earl has just under 17 years of professional culinary experience and prides himself on both excellence and execution. Earl & Associates, LLC

Human Kidney presents medical leadership

Do you have questions about kidney health for yourself or someone else? Click here to connect with The Kidney Nurse- Nikeyia Davis, BSN, RN, CNN

Are you pregnant and thinking about breastfeeding or currently breastfeeding and have questions? Click here to connect with our Certified Lactation Counselor.

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Espresso Milk Collective 

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.

Breastfeeding Training

“All labor that uplifts humanity has dignity and importance and should be undertaken with painstaking excellence.”

Martin Luther King Jr.

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Contact Your goodVillage Collective

5675 Larkins Detroit, MI 48210

888-357-2366 (p/f)

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