February 2023


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SAY Clinic improves our patients’ quality of life with community outreach and health support

» Wellness Wednesdays

The topic for this month’s Wellness Wednesdays women’s support group was “Brain Health,’’ featuring guest speaker Treena Horton, program coordinator at the Alzheimer’s Association Michigan Chapter. She led two dozen program women through an informative and interactive discussion about “ways to love your brain.”

Healthy brain habits include engaging in regular cardiovascular exercise, continued learning (hitting the books), quitting smoking, eating a healthy and balanced diet, and getting enough sleep. Read more »

» Positive patient experiences!

Such a great free clinic. Very professional staff and very clean place. Staff is very respectful and treats each patient as if paid full price. Very far from what you would vision when thinking about a free clinic. This would be my first choice if I was uninsured.

Anat S., 5-star Google review 

Student of the week program launched

SAY Play students are developing skills to be friendly and respectful leaders. To recognize our students efforts, SAY Play is highlighting exemplary students each week. Visit our Instagram page to help us honor our students doing great things!

A Time to Help lends a hand to Brown Bag Popcorn

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Thank you to our generous and loyal A Time to Help volunteers who helped clean and organize the warehouse and operations space that hosts Brown Bag Popcorn, the profits of which benefit the nonprofit programming of SAY Detroit. Both SAY Detroit and Brown Bag Popcorn founder, Mitch Albom, and SAY Detroit Executive Director Rick Kelley visited the project to lend a helping hand.

We just can’t say it enough: THANK YOU! 

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SAY Detroit wishes all of our donors and volunteers a happy Valentine’s month! More than 2,000 individuals donated to SAY Detroit and its many programs throughout 2022. It is very clear that we couldn’t do what we do — provide pathways to success for Detroiters in need — without you.

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