Promotes the well-being of Milan Area residents by supporting participants to stay housed, obtain healthy fresh food, supplement prescription costs and get connected to benefits.
AACIL works to empower the lives of people with disabilities and advocate for a more inclusive community for all.
Ann Arbor's Meals on Wheels program reduces hunger and food insecurity for homebound adults (age 18+) in Ann Arbor who are frail, medically compromised, or have a short- or long-term disability that impacts their ability to shop and prepare complete, nutritious meals.
Ann Arbor YMCA's mission is to put our core values of caring, honesty, respect and responsibility into action through facilities and programs that build healthy spirit, mind and body for all.
Our mission is to enhance the lives of older adults and adults with disabilities in the communities we serve.
Provides children facing adversity with strong and enduring, professionally supported 1-to-1 relationships that change their lives for the better, forever.
Serves our community’s most vulnerable clients, from infants to senior citizens. UWWC invests in several of CSSW’s programs, including at-risk parent education; advocacy and counseling for victims of child sexual abuse; primary care and mental health services for low-income, high risk citizens; and support services to help seniors age in place.
Provides judgement-free, high-quality, affordable health services (including primary care, mental health, substance use, nutrition and other behavioral health services) to young people aged 12 through 25, and their children.
Offers affordable, constructive, restorative, and healing approaches to conflict resolution for all people in Washtenaw and Livingston Counties.
The mission of the Fair Housing Center of Southeast & Mid Michigan (FHC) is to end discrimination in housing and public accommodations and to promote accessible, integrated communities.
Provides direct assistance and basic needs for individuals and families in crisis or transitioning out of homelessness.
Girls Group empowers young women in middle school and high school to achieve emotional and economic self-sufficiency by graduating from high school and becoming first-generation college graduates.
Girl Scouting builds girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place.
Our mission is to empower people to lead financially healthy lives. We are a national nonprofit focused on financial wellness for everyone.
Home of New Vision
Provides programs and specialized services to empower, protect, encourage, and enrich the lives of those affected by the disease of addiction.
Advocates help patients and clients navigate the healthcare insurance system and gain access to coverage. Advocates also connect people with health-education programs and mental health resources both at Hope and off-site. Hope Dental Clinic provides preventive and restorative dental care to uninsured, low-income adults and children.
Housing Bureau for Senoirs at Michigan Medicine
The Housing Bureau for Seniors program coordinators and volunteer staff work to improve housing and related issues, link seniors and caregivers to needed community-based services and prevent evictions and homelessness. They also create community awareness about aging and housing issues through educational programs to a wide variety of community and professional groups.
IHN's Emergency Shelter and Support Services Program reduces the number of children and families experiencing homelessness by providing emergency shelter and housing-focused case management. This short-term intervention is designed to house families as quickly as possible, with most housed within 30-50 days.
In an effort to reduce the number of people experiencing homelessness in Washtenaw County, Michigan Ability Partner's (MAP) Permanent Supportive Housing program provides case management to extremely low-income homeless participants.
Through direct legal help and statewide advocacy, the Michigan Advocacy Program provides access to the justice system for those who need it the most.
The Michigan Organization on Adolescent Sexual Health (MOASH) mobilizes youth voices, engages community partners, and informs decision-makers to advance sexual health, identities, and rights.
A diverse, youth-driven teen center dedicated to promoting personal growth through artistic expression, community leadership and the exchange of ideas. We fund two programs that support economically disadvantaged youth or youth who are on probation to work toward their academic, career, and leadership goals.
To strive for continuous improvement in residential quality, character values, services, and neighborhood objectives; whereby citizens and stakeholders will take a strong interest in making West Willow a desirable place to live.
Located in Whitmore Lake, we service low-income individuals, families, and seniors with food and other basic necessities to help ease their burden of making it through these tough financial times. We also help our clients through other services.
We are a student-led organization at the University of Michigan that offers workshops, mentorship, and funding for students to create self-directed projects that make a positive impact.
Helps young people lead safe, healthy, and productive lives through intensive intervention and prevention services, including transitional housing, permanent supportive housing, rapid rehousing, safe shelter for youth in crisis, life skills training, employment support, family relationship support and more.
Packard Health is a community health center, promoting access to health and wellness for families in Washtenaw County.
Alternatives for Youth (AFY) program for middle-school youth serves students in grades 6-9 who live in Washtenaw County, designed to help this at-risk population of adolescents to remain focused academically and to develop confidence, self-esteem and leadership as they grow.
The Riverside Arts Center offers, promotes, and nurtures dynamic arts and cultural programs through arts education, performing arts, visual and fine arts activities that serve and engage the community in Ypsilanti, Washtenaw County, and the surrounding area.
Provides basic needs and other support to low-income residents of the Saline school district.
Mission is “ending homelessness one person at a time” and is the primary provider of services and temporary shelter for individual adult men and women who are experiencing homelessness in Washtenaw County.
The Cyber Safety and Cyberbullying/Bullying Prevention Program, is an educational program designed to teach children, youth, parents & community members in Washtenaw County about online dangers, digital protective tools and promote physical & emotional safety.
Our mission is to give hope and support to Washtenaw Community College students through scholarships and other philanthropic support, creating a better educated workforce and a stronger community.
WISDs Early Head Start is a home based program providing weekly services to eligible pre-natal families and families with children from birth through the age of three. The program is centered on weekly home visits lasting for 1.5 hours where parenting, child development and family needs are addressed.
Expands and assures access to health care and improve the health status of low-income, uninsured County residents. In partnership with local health care organizations, the WHP pro- motes, organizes, administers, and nances programs to increase access to health care for persons unable to pay for such care. e WHP is a public-private partnership with Washtenaw County government, University of Michigan Health System, St. Joseph Mercy Health System, and other local health care providers.
Delivering prepared meals to the homebound elderly, disabled, and ill residents of the City and Township of Ypsilanti, Whitmore Lake, and in Augusta, Superior, Pittsfield and Northfield Townships in southeastern Michigan.