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Chamber of Commerce


Detroit Regional Chamber    P.O. Box 33840,   Detroit,  MI     (313)964-4000 or Fax: (313)964-0037

dblouse@detroitchamber.com

Community Action Group


Detroit Helping our Youth Development    16849 Warren,   Detroit,  MI     (313)584-7076

helpouryouth@aol.com

Community Information and Links


CareGivers    2111 Woodward Avenue, Suite 700,   Detroit,  MI     (313)964-5070
CareGivers offers in-home Personal Care, Nursing, Respite, and Homemaker
Services to Elderly or Disabled Persons in need at reduced or no cost. Also seeking caregiver job applicants.
asnudden@cgcares.org
CareGivers    2111 Woodward Avenue, Suite 700,   Detroit,  MI     (313)964-5070
CareGivers offers in-home Personal Care, Nursing, Respite, and Homemaker
Services to Elderly or Disabled Persons in need at reduced or no cost. Also seeking caregiver job applicants.
asnudden@cgcares.org
CareGivers    2111 Woodward Avenue, Suite 700,   Detroit,  MI     (313)964-5070
CareGivers offers in-home Personal Care, Nursing, Respite, and Homemaker
Services to Elderly or Disabled Persons in need at reduced or no cost. Also seeking caregiver job applicants.
asnudden@cgcares.org
Detroit Helping our Youth Development    16849 Warren,   Detroit,  MI     (313)584-7076

helpouryouth@aol.com
MSUE Community & Economic Development    640 Temple,   Detroit,  MI     (313)833-3412
Community & Economic Development Programs connect university resources to expand the capacity of community based organizations and local communities preserve and redevelop of low and moderate income neighborhoods.
randolpl@msue.msu.edu or lrando@aol.com

Education


MSU Extension Wayne County    640 Temple, 6th Floor,   Detroit,  MI     (313)833-3412
Our mission is to help people improve their lives through an educational process that applies knowledge to critical issues, needs, and opportunities for all citizens throughout the life cycle at low or no cost.
wayne@msue.msu.edu
MSUE 4-H Youth Programs    640 Temple, 6th Floor,   Detroit,  MI     (313)833-3422
4-H is an international youth development program training volunteers to provide positive, experiential, educational opportunities for and with youth aged 5-19 in over 150 project areas. Specialty areas include Youth Horticulture/Jr. Master Gardeners and Expanded Food & Nutrition Programs for youth.
millsw@msue.msu.edu
MSUE Community & Economic Development    640 Temple, 6th Floor,   Detroit,  MI     (313)833-7273
Neighborhoods and small business benefit from training and consulting services.
randolpl@msue.msu.edu
MSUE EFNEP & FNP    640 Temple, 6th Floor,   Detroit,  MI     (313)833-3419
Expanded Food & Nutrition /Family Nutrition Programs educate limited resource families in food selection, budgeting, food safety, sanitation and nutrition.
hubbard@msue.msu.edu
MSUE Horticulture    640 Temple, 6th Floor,   Detroit,  MI     (313)833-3268
Commercial horticulture programs provide technical support to businesses. Consumer horticulture programs educate homeowners through the Master Gardener program & Horticulture Hotline, and address local needs through the Gypsy Moth program.
krauskop@msue.msu.edu
Ruby Gooley    2949 Algonquin,   Detroit,  MI     (313) 384-4089
Get ready for the changes in Michigan High School Academic Standards. Get
support now. We offer the Ultimate Student Enrichment Experience!
gooleyr@hotmail.com

Employment


CareGivers    2111 Woodward Avenue, Suite 700,   Detroit,  MI     (313)964-5070
CareGivers offers in-home Personal Care, Nursing, Respite, and Homemaker
Services to Elderly or Disabled Persons in need at reduced or no cost. Also seeking caregiver job applicants.
asnudden@cgcares.org
CareGivers    2111 Woodward Avenue, Suite 700,   Detroit,  MI     (313)964-5070
CareGivers offers in-home Personal Care, Nursing, Respite, and Homemaker
Services to Elderly or Disabled Persons in need at reduced or no cost. Also seeking caregiver job applicants.
asnudden@cgcares.org
CareGivers    2111 Woodward Avenue, Suite 700,   Detroit,  MI     (313)964-5070
CareGivers offers in-home Personal Care, Nursing, Respite, and Homemaker
Services to Elderly or Disabled Persons in need at reduced or no cost. Also seeking caregiver job applicants.
asnudden@cgcares.org

Family Help


Focus Adolescent Services    123 City Avenue,   Detroit,  MI     (877)362-8727
Links and help for the adolescents in the state of Michigan. Call our toll free number 24 / 7 if you have need for some help.
help@focusas.com
Global Projects for Hope, Help and Healing    17136 Wildemere,   Detroit,  MI     (313)258-3125
Empower and assist underserved and impoverished people who experience
economical, mental health and social problems. We desire to help individuals become self-sufficient, anchored, stabilized, believers in
Christ and well-rounded members of society.
Wayne County Family Independence Agency - Main Office    2929 Russell,   Detroit,  MI     (313)396-KIDS


Financial Services


Consumer Credit Counseling Centers of Michigan    3011 West Grand Blvd., Suite 1071,   Detroit,  MI     (313)872-2401
Non-profit agency providing free budget counseling, education workshops, housing programs, and low-cost debt management programs for Michigan consumers. Founded in 1961, CCC is a member of the National Foundation for Consumer Credit and has 29 offices throughout Michigan.
rbialobrzeski@ccchq.com

Health Information


CareGivers    2111 Woodward Avenue, Suite 700,   Detroit,  MI     (313)964-5070
CareGivers offers in-home Personal Care, Nursing, Respite, and Homemaker
Services to Elderly or Disabled Persons in need at reduced or no cost. Also seeking caregiver job applicants.
asnudden@cgcares.org
CareGivers    2111 Woodward Avenue, Suite 700,   Detroit,  MI     (313)964-5070
CareGivers offers in-home Personal Care, Nursing, Respite, and Homemaker
Services to Elderly or Disabled Persons in need at reduced or no cost. Also seeking caregiver job applicants.
asnudden@cgcares.org
CareGivers    2111 Woodward Avenue, Suite 700,   Detroit,  MI     (313)964-5070
CareGivers offers in-home Personal Care, Nursing, Respite, and Homemaker
Services to Elderly or Disabled Persons in need at reduced or no cost. Also seeking caregiver job applicants.
asnudden@cgcares.org
MSUE Breastfeeding Initiative    640 Temple, 6th Floor,   Detroit,  MI     (313)833-3296
New mothers with the WIC program are coached one-on-one by trained peer counselors in this mother-to-mother program.
kogerd@msue.msu.edu
MSUE Building Strong Families    640 Temple, 6th Floor,   Detroit,  MI     (313)833-3280
Caregivers and parents are trained in the skills to raise healthy children under the age of three.
kogerd@msue.msu.edu

Non-Profit Ministry


Acclaim Community Outreach Services    18630 West McNichols,   Detroit,  MI     (313)839-3707
A 501c3 community services organization committed to helping others develop
better standards of living with a spirit of excellence.
Acclaim48215@yahoo.com

PAL - Police Athletic League


Detroit Police Athletic League (PAL)    18100 Meyers,   Detroit,  MI     (313)596-1751
The mission of the Detroit Police Athletic League (PAL), in partnership with the Detroit Police Department, is to promote educational and recreational opportunities for young Detroiters through community-based programs that will help them become productive, contributing members of society. PAL offers 15 athletic programs and a Youth Advisory Council program throughout the year. PAL serves as both the sanctioning body and organizer for each program. PAL officers serve as program commissioners for each athletic program. Other dedicated police officers serve as coaches and mentors, along with civilian coaches and volunteers. All youth are taught the importance of teamwork, sportsmanship and good citizenship while learning the fundamentals of the sports activity. Each program is offered in a safe, positive environment to help create a bond between the officers and the youth of Detroit. To participate in any PAL program, you must obtain a PAL membership and ID. PAL memberships are $3.00 for one full year.
charmon@provide.net

Social Services


Goodwill Industries of Greater Detroit    3111 Grand River,   Detroit,  MI     (313)964-3900
Goodwill Industries of Greater Detroit provides people who have disabilities and other barriers to employment with opportunities to become independent, self-supporting citizens through training, work experience and employment in the community.
info@goodwilldetroit.org

Volunteers


CareGivers    2111 Woodward Avenue, Suite 700,   Detroit,  MI     (313)964-5070
CareGivers offers in-home Personal Care, Nursing, Respite, and Homemaker
Services to Elderly or Disabled Persons in need at reduced or no cost. Also seeking caregiver job applicants.
asnudden@cgcares.org
CareGivers    2111 Woodward Avenue, Suite 700,   Detroit,  MI     (313)964-5070
CareGivers offers in-home Personal Care, Nursing, Respite, and Homemaker
Services to Elderly or Disabled Persons in need at reduced or no cost. Also seeking caregiver job applicants.
asnudden@cgcares.org
CareGivers    2111 Woodward Avenue, Suite 700,   Detroit,  MI     (313)964-5070
CareGivers offers in-home Personal Care, Nursing, Respite, and Homemaker
Services to Elderly or Disabled Persons in need at reduced or no cost. Also seeking caregiver job applicants.
asnudden@cgcares.org

Youth (4-H, FFA) Fair


MSUE 4-H Youth Program    640 Temple,   Detroit,  MI     (313)833-3412
4-H is an educational program that offers "hands on" experiences for youth, regardless of race, sex, cultural or social background. Combining fun with learning of practical skills. The 4-H program stives to help youth prepare for a positive future as productive citizens, family members and workers.
rosas@msue.msu.edu




 

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