Corewell Health receives $12,600 grant to support Reed City High School telehealth clinic

December 20, 2023

Corewell Health™ has received a $12,600 grant from the Osceola County Community Foundation to support Reed City High School’s onsite clinic for students’ behavioral health needs.

The funds will be used to maintain the clinic and continue providing students with important mental health services right in the school.

“Behavioral health issues among adolescents are at an all-time high across the country, and this program allows students easy access to services in their own communities,” said Katie Thorsen, manager of virtual health at Corewell Health in West Michigan. “We are extremely grateful for our partnership with Reed City Public Schools and to OCCF for its ongoing support. These grant dollars are making a difference in the community every day.”


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