Congresswoman Haley Stevens attends COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic in Partnership with Oakland Schools

Pontiac, Mich. – Congresswoman Haley Stevens recently attended Honor Community Health’s COVID-19 vaccination clinic that was hosted in partnership with Oakland Schools. Honor Community Health is a nonprofit, Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) with a primary focus on providing community members with high-quality health care services, regardless of an individual’s ability to pay or insurance status. During the event, Congresswoman Stevens met with Honor Community Health’s staff and volunteers including Dr. LaToya Austin, Associate Medical Director, and Family Medicine Physician Dr. Sadeer Peter, and thanked them for their role in providing vaccinations to our community members. Honor Community Health has provided over 7,000 vaccinations within the city of Pontiac and the greater Oakland County community. Congresswoman Stevens spent the remainder of the afternoon talking with local educators and school staff who attended the event to receive their vaccine. Honor vaccinated 245 teachers, staff, and community members from Clarenceville, Lake Orion, Troy, Hazel Park, Avondale, and Pontiac School Districts. Honor Community Health is hosting vaccine clinics six days a week in partnership with local schools, churches, businesses, and community organizations to ensure all residents have access to the COVID-19 vaccine. 

If you or someone you know is interested in receiving the COVID-19 vaccine through Honor Community Health, please visit our website at to complete the interest form. Appointments are available for anyone 16 years of age or older.

About Congresswoman Haley Stevens

Congresswoman Haley Stevens grew up in Rochester Hills, Michigan, and graduated from Seaholm High School in Birmingham. She earned a master’s degree in social policy and philosophy and a bachelor’s degree in political science and philosophy from American University.

Before being elected to Congress, Congresswoman Stevens served as the Chief of Staff to the U.S. Auto Rescue Task Force, the federal initiative responsible for saving General Motors, Chrysler, and 200,000 Michigan Jobs. She also played a key role in setting up the Office of Recovery for Automotive Communities and Workers, and the White House Office of Manufacturing Policy. After serving in the Obama Administration, Congresswoman Stevens worked in a manufacturing research lab focused on the future of work in the digital age.

Congresswoman Haley Stevens sits on the House Committee on Education & Labor, and the House Committee on Science, Space & Technology, where she also serves as Chairwoman of the Research & Technology Subcommittee. On these Committees, Congresswoman Stevens works to protect access to healthcare, promote manufacturing, expand educational opportunities, stand up for workers’ rights, and increase investment in critical research and development. 

Congresswoman Stevens resides in Rochester Hills and attends Kensington Church in Troy.