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.
Help homeless and high-risk girls and young women avoid violence, teen pregnancy, and exploitation through various support services.
24/7 Crisis line 1-888-234-3919
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
Leads collaborative effort across the state of Michigan to improve the quality of life for individuals with autism.
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.
Building Better Men creates future male leaders that become productive members of society through a program that teaches young men ages 8 – 18 life skills, anger management, reading and comprehension, early career exploration as well as cultural and recreational experiences.
Building Future Leaders One Male at a Time
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.
A unique post-secondary vocational center for moderate and severely cognitively impaired, visually impaired, physically impaired, otherwise impaired and autism.
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.
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.
We are a healthcare safety net organization that provides access to a full array of integrated services that facilitate individuals to maximize their level of function and create opportunities for quality of life.
DWIHN is compassionate and committed to the 75,000 children and adults it serves in Detroit and Wayne County. We understand the immense responsibility we have been given and we go above and beyond in supporting the people we serve and the hundreds of Providers in our System of Care.
Our Provider Network supports and serves individuals with serious mental illness, children with serious emotional disturbance, people with autism, individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities and those with substance use disorder. We are Here to Talk. Here to Help.
Dutton Farm advocates for the rights, inclusion and full participation of all adults with developmental disabilities. We are committed to promoting inclusion, person centered planning and supporting adults to live self-determined lives with equal opportunities.
Our Workforce Development team helps our Participants to create a plan, determine a suitable job, identify job vacancies within the private sector, as well as secure and retain off-site employment.
Counseling and psychological services addressing the mental health needs of Eastern Michigan University students.
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.