The Domestic Violence Prevention Program develops and implements activities at the local level to prevent and reduce the incidence of Intimate Partner Violence among youth, women and immigrants in the Arab American community while increasing gender equity norms. The program provides the ACCESS Coordinated Community Response Team members an avenue to create and lead preventive strategies to promote healthy relationships, peaceful families, and safe communities. The Domestic Violence Prevention Program is committed to working to end domestic violence before its occurrence and raise awareness on the subject.
American Indian Health & Family Services is a non-profit health center whose mission is to empower and enhance the physical, spiritual, emotional, and mental wellbeing of American Indian/Alaska Native individuals, families and other underserved populations in SE MI through culturally grounded health and family services.
Clinic Fax: 313-846-2751
Community challenges, like the BCBS Tribe to Tribe Blues Community Challenge, are a fun way to address the serious problem of health disparities in Michigan. Their goal is to increase physical activity among Michigan’s tribal communities, improving overall health status and decreasing health risks associated with obesity and inactivity.
The Mission of the Program is to use trained Volunteer Veterans to help military service members overcome the stigma around asking for help, and link those who are facing challenges throughout the deployment cycle with appropriate resources that will optimize their quality of life, such as: Accessing financial, employment, legal, benefit, or educational resources and identifying mental health providers for emotional, substance abuse, or relationship concerns.
Our mission is to strengthen resiliency in people and their communities through prevention, education, and services that improve the quality of life.
Each year, CARE helps individuals and families struggling with a substance use or behavioral health issue.
The Cerebral Palsy Foundation is changing lives for people with CP through innovation, collaboration, and a ferocious focus on measurable impact– today. People with cerebral palsy rarely get the interventions and supports they need at the moments they need them. As such, their lives are often deeply and unnecessarily affected. The Cerebral Palsy Foundation defines and addresses Moments of Impact – the times at which interventions and insights, if properly implemented, have the power to change lives.
Choices Counseling Center – Roseville, MI
Providing therapeutic support for problem gamblers, Choices Counseling Center offers the Macomb County area a state-funded outpatient treatment program to address Problem Gambling.
Chronic Illness Awareness Coalition
Chronic Illness Awareness Colition is a coalition of independent health organizations and individuals dedicated to improving the quality of life of persons affected with chronic illness, conditions and disabilities.
Methods of psycho-dynamic and cognitive behavioral approach work hand in hand with sound Biblical principles. Trauma based issues relating to children and families including grief and loss; human trafficking; substance abuse; families struggling with issues surrounding incarceration and domestic violence and more.
The Drew Crew is a non-profit organization focused on helping individuals and families that have suffered a spinal cord injury or traumatic brain injury. Our mission is to show that those who have suffered a catastrophic injury such as this can still live a complete and fulfilling life. We are capable of giving mentorship and guidance to individuals and families, as well as helping or perhaps facilitating a way to raise money for a specific need.
Friendship Circle of Michigan is a non-profit organization affiliated with Lubavitch of Michigan. Our goal is to provide every individual with special needs the support friendship and inclusion that they deserve.
Friendship Circle provides assistance and support to 3,000 individuals with special needs and their families by providing recreational, social, educational and vocational programming. In addition to helping those in need, the Friendship Circle enriches its vast network of volunteers by enabling them to reap the rewards of selfless giving.
Friendship Circle also provides support to individuals and families struggling with isolation, addiction and other family-related crises.
Welcoming all children and all families, Fostering Futures is a private, non-profit FOSTER CARE AND ADOPTION AGENCY, based in Ann Arbor, MI
Fostering Futures is a child placing agency founded on a strong commitment to providing the best services to children and families in need. Fostering Futures will provide safe haven for all that receive services or employment under the auspice of its name.
Contains information about the fellowship support group and its programs for compulsive gamblers.
Maplegrove Center, the addiction treatment facility at Henry Ford, views addiction as an illness that affects all aspects of a patient’s life. The goal of addiction treatment is to stop the cycle of addiction and help the patient successfully reintegrate into family, work and community life.
Leader Dog provides training to empower people who are blind or visually impaired with the skills needed to travel safely and independently. All services are provided free of charge. They offer Guide Dog Training, Accelerated Orientation & Mobility Training (white cane) and a Summer Experience Camp for teens ages 16-17. Services are provided to people throughout the U.S., Canada, Mexico and several other Spanish-speaking countries.
Lifestyle Matters is your source for individual health and wellness materials and tools for improving physical and mental health. Our resources include books, magazines, wellness tracts, cookbooks, and practical downloadable handouts. Our faith-based approach to wellness includes the mind-body-spirit connection. We have teams available for group seminars on multiple wellness topics, and we have resources available for health educators and teachers.
Macomb County Community Mental Health is the public provider of mental health, substance use and developmental disability treatment services in Macomb.
MCCMH programs and services are supported and funded in part by the Michigan Department of Community Health and the Macomb County Board of Commissioners and are administered by the Macomb County Community Mental Health Board.
Macomb County Community Mental Health Crisis Line: 586-307-9100 or 855-996-2264
This is a unique clinical practice which specializes in offering mental health services to individuals of all ages and their families who are coping with the psychological impact of VISION LOSS; whether dealing with congenital blindness, confronting the challenges of a progressive eye condition or even experiencing vision loss from a traumatic event. Working within a safe and trusting therapeutic environment offers hope for the future!
Meridian Health Services offers effective, therapy-based addiction treatment in a comfortable, private environment so you can begin the healing process from day one. Your treatment is designed around you.
You are Welcome Here. You are Safe Here. You can Be Yourself Here.
The Michigan Human Trafficking Task Force is made up of over 90 member agencies committed to a collaborative effort to identify and rescue victims, prosecute offenders, restore victims, and educate those in Michigan of human trafficking, in both sexual and labor exploitation.
The National Alliance on Mental Illness is the largest grassroots mental health organization dedicated to improving the lives of persons living with serious mental illness and their families. Founded in 1979, NAMI has become the nation’s voice on mental illness, a nationwide organization with affiliates in every state and in more than 1,100 local communities across the country.
NAMI Michigan and its affiliates are dedicated to the improvement of the quality of life for persons, families and others, who are affected by mental illness, including children with serious emotional disorders, through support, education, advocacy and research.
The mission of NCLD is to improve the lives of the 1 in 5 children and adults nationwide with learning and attention issues—by empowering parents and young adults, transforming schools and advocating for equal rights and opportunities. We’re working to create a society in which every individual possesses the academic, social and emotional skills needed to succeed in school, at work and in life.
The National Human Trafficking Resource Center (NHTRC) is a national anti-trafficking hotline and resource center serving victims and survivors of human trafficking and the anti-trafficking community in the United States. The toll-free hotline is available to answer calls from anywhere in the country, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, every day of the year in more than 200 languages.
OUCARES provides innovative programs for teachers and programming for individuals and their families living with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Our multifaceted approach includes education for professionals, research in the field of autism education and daily living, and support services for families.
The Washtenaw County Sheriff’s Office is organized within five divisions; Operations Support & Infrastructure, Community Engagement, Corrections, Emergency Services, and Police Services. Within each division are the numerous services provided to the nearly 350,000 residents of Washtenaw County.
“The brave men and women of the WCSO sacrifice every day for the safety and security of our residents and we are proud to do so.” Sheriff Clayton
M.A.D.E Institute’s mission is to provide comprehensive violence prevention, solution driven research, and workforce development for at-risk-youth and returning citizens. M.A.D.E. stands for Money, Attitude, Direction, Education.
Our vision is to create a community where returning citizens and at-risk-youth have equal access to employment, education, full participation in the economic, political and cultural life of the community.
The goal of the Michigan Eating Disorders Alliance (MiEDA) is to reduce the impact of eating disorders within our community through education and prevention initiatives directed towards young people, parents, educators and healthcare professionals.
By shopping with an independent insurance agency, you get unbiased comparisons and money saving tips, saving you potentially hundreds to thousands of dollars a year. Located in Brighton, MI, The Pollicella Insurance Agency offers individual and small group health, life, disability, and dental insurance, as well as general liability and workers’ comp for your business and more.
Stand with Trans, a 501(c)(3) non-profit, has been dedicated to developing programs, educational events and support groups to serve the Transgender Youth. Our mission is to provide the tools needed by transgender youth so they will be empowered, supported and validated as they transition to their authentic life. Our support groups are run by licensed therapists and professionals who have a passion to support trans youth and their families.
NEDA supports individuals and families affected by eating disorders, and serves as a catalyst for prevention, cures and access to quality care. NEDA confronts these serious illnesses with increased awareness, early intervention and improved access to treatment. NEDA provides programs and services to give families the support they need to find answers for these life-threatening illnesses.
A Center dedicated to helping people heal from trauma through creative types of therapy. The Souls at Play Equine Center is for people seeking to understand themselves better to gain insight into their life and their relationships. They are seeking to grow, expand and improve the quality of their own life by examining what is working and let go of what is not.
Our mission is to identify and analyze segments of life that parallels the urban experience of youth in foster care to today’s society. We want to highlight the impact of spiritual faith combined with a positive attitude, self-preparations through education and skills development, hard work, and self-discipline; and the fact that those characteristics can lead to a positive and productive life.
UMatter, a division of Friendship Circle, focuses specifically on teens that are struggling. Under the guidance of Rabbi Yarden Blumstein, UMatter operates on a peer-to-peer model of teens helping their peers overcome stigmas and other obstacles related to mental health.
VITILIGO Skin Condition or
“Michael Jackson Disease”
Fox 2 Entertainment Reporter is on a mission to raise awareness and understanding about “the Michael Jackson disease,” which is Vitiligo. His skin has been turning white since 2007, and he explains on MI Healthy Mind on June 21, 2015 how he has turned this potential tragedy into a triumph to help others.
Learn more about Vitiligo at the Vitiligo Research Foundation.