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      Share Your Story: Be a Part of Our Photovoice

      Photovoice captures experiences with alcohol and/or drugs through photography & narrative, engages participants in group discussion with other Photovoice members and sparks community awareness of alcohol/drug use in those 55+Read More »

      FUSE: Saving Money, Saving Lives

      Think about the last time you treated a chronic medical condition with medication that required refrigeration or adherence to a precise schedule? What if you needed a device like an air filter or sleep apnea machine, and you had no electricity and no way to maintain a regular schedule? A trip to the emergency room in the throes of something like an asthma attack or diabetic coma is likely.Read More »

      An In Depth Look at Domestic Violence

      Did you get an opportunity to see the “In-Depth Look at Domestic Violence” segment on...Read More »

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        Nurturing Parenting: Three Day Seminar

        Nurturing Parenting Programs are proven, evidenced-based, family focused programs first implemented in 1985 and recognized by agencies across the country for their effectiveness in preventing and treating child abuse and neglect.Read More »

        Vicarious Trauma Training

        Join us for a special presentation by nationally recognized expert, Dr. Janine D’Anniballe! This workshop will explore the phenomenon of vicarious trauma, including the use of an assessment tool to address trauma within a group or with specific individuals. The presentation will include implications for vicarious trauma and current holistic interventions in mitigating the secondary post-traumatic stress response.Read More »

        Our Community's Response: Michigan's Safe Delivery Law and How To Prevent the Abandonment of Newborns

        Catholic Social Services is hosting a community meeting to gather Washtenaw County leaders who serve youth (ages 13-21) to provide information about the law and our community response. We are hoping to spread the word about Safe Delivery in efforts to stop these tragic cases from happening in the future.Read More »

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        Share Your Story: Be a Part of Our Photovoice

        Photovoice captures experiences with alcohol and/or drugs through photography & narrative, engages participants in group discussion with other Photovoice members and sparks community awareness of alcohol/drug use in those 55+Read More »

        Free Legal Advice

        Washtenaw County Bar Association’s New Lawyer section is giving 20 minutes of FREE LEGAL ADVICE...Read More »

        FUSE Awarded MSHDA Grant!

        FUSE (Frequent User System Engagement) is a pilot project in a nationwide effort integrating housing,...Read More »

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