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2017 Partner Agencies

 

Partner Agencies and Grand Recipients
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Angela Hospice
Community Opportunity Center
Divine Mercy Center
First Step
Girl Scouts Heart of Michigan
Boy Scouts of America Great Lakes Council 
Growth Works, Inc.
Human Service Collaborative
New Hope Center for Grief Support
Our Home Pantry
Plymouth Canton Community Schools
Plymouth Community Council on Aging
Plymouth Dental Fund
Plymouth Historical Society
Plymouth Opportunity House/Community Opportunity Center
Scholastic Books
St. Mary's Community Outreach
St. Vincent de Paul - Our Lady of Good Counsel
St. Vincent de Paul - Resurrection
St. Vincent de Paul - St. John Neumann

Senior Citizens Club of Plymouth
Suburban Human Services Network
Southeastern Michigan Veterans Stand Down
The Salvation Army - Plymouth Corps
Wayne Metro Community Action Agency
YMCA of Metro Detroit - Plymouth Branch


 

Angela Hospice

Angela Hospice provides comprehensive, compassionate, and Christ-like hospice care to the community of Southeast Michigan. A pioneer in the hospice movement, Angela Hospice opened the first freestanding center of its kind in Michigan and developed specialized prenatal and pediatric programs. They have expanded their community outreach with grief support groups, family support, educational programs, and on-site speaking engagements, all offered free of charge.

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First Step


The mission of First Step is to reduce the incidences of domestic and sexual violence and to provide services to individuals affected by these crimes. Prevention of domestic and sexual violence through education, advocacy, and appropriate intervention is the ultimate goal of First Step. Their work is based on the belief that domestic and sexual violence are damaging to those individuals directly involved and to society as a whole. A 24-hour helpline and temporary shelter are a few benefits of the program.

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Girl Scouts Heart of Michigan


Girl Scouting provides accepting and nurturing environments where girls build skills for success in the real world. They work so that girls can develop qualities that will serve them all their lives - qualities like leadership, strong values, social conscience, and conviction about their own potential and self-worth. Girl Scouts Heart of Michigan is a community-based organization serving a current membership of more than 25,000 girls and 6,500 adults. Membership is open to all girls ages five through 17 and to adults, both women and men, who subscribe to the Girl Scout Promise and the Girl Scout Law. Girl Scouting builds girls courage, confidence, and character in order to make the world a better place.

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Great Lakes Council Boy Scouts of America


Membership in the Boy Scouts of America during childhood, adolescence, and adulthood plays a major role in shaping lasting values and the use of these values in daily life. Take a stand on teaching character, personal fitness, citizenship, and integrity to the young people of our country by making a contribution to your local council today. The smartest investment you can make is an investment in the greatest asset America has - its children. Great Lakes Council Boy Scouts serves the metropolitan Detroit area covering all of Wayne, Oakland, and Macomb Counties with 12 districts in the council, two council service centers, and four camp properties.

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Growth Works


A licensed non-profit substance abuse provider, Growth Works has been serving individuals and families throughout Western Wayne County for since 1971. Through this experience, Growth Works has developed current, relevant, and successful programming to meet the needs of individuals struggling with chemical dependency and delinquent behaviors.

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Human Service Collaborative


The Collaborative is a network of local churches and service groups who partner to assist residents with specific extraordinary needs. When one resource may not be able to handle the costs, collaboratively a positive impact results for the individual.

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New Hope Center for Grief Support


New Hope is a Christian-based bereavement outreach center that provides age and loss specific grief support services to adults, teens, and children through groups, individual support, seminars, and other resources. New Hope will provide you with an opportunity to talk to someone about your grief and to learn about all of their services and resources available. Their goal is to help each individual who seeks their services find HOPE and healing.

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Plymouth Community Council on Aging


The Council on Aging is a non-profit organization which coordinates programs to promote and safeguard the independence and well being of senior citizens 55 years and older in the Plymouth community. It provides community bus transportation, nutritional education, tax preparation assistance, health awareness programs, a monthly newsletter, and other programs to help the elderly residents of the community.

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Plymouth Dental Fund

The purpose of the Plymouth Dental Fund is to treat financially disadvantaged people of all ages and genders for emergency dental conditions. The emphasis is in stabilizing the patient’s condition. Eligibility screening is processed through The Salvation Army Plymouth Corps and then referred to a participating dental professional.

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Plymouth Opportunity House (POH) / Community Opportunity Center (COC)

Founded in 1965 to provide housing for adults with developmental disabilities, Community Opportunity Center assists clients with finances, personal needs, educational and social development, and encourages community interaction. COC’s primary aim is to encourage greater independence for each individual. POH is one of almost two dozen homes in northwestern Wayne County.

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Senior Citizens Club of Plymouth

The Senior Citizen Club provides multi-purpose services to enhance the quality of life through socialization for the seniors of Plymouth and neighboring communities.

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Southeastern Michigan Veterans Stand Down


“Stand Down” is a military term referring to removal of exhausted combat troops to a place of relative safety to rest. The Detroit Metropolitan area Stand Down works with homeless veterans to give a “hand up” not a “hand out” as they work though the battles to regain dignity and self-respect.

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The Salvation Army - Plymouth Corps

The Salvation Army is an international movement whose goal is to provide basic emergency human services to families and individuals in crisis. Its mission is to meet human needs without discrimination. Currently serving the communities of Plymouth, Canton, Northville, Belleville, Van Buren, and Sumpter Townships, they respond to those who are poor, marginalized, lost or battling systemic or personal oppressions. The Salvation Army - Plymouth Corps helps maintain a level of stability for families and individuals served by ensuring a sense of hope. They operate one of the largest local food pantries, assist with utility and rent, offer youth camping opportunities, and are an integral part of the community-wide safety net.

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YMCA of Metro Detroit – Plymouth Branch


The YMCA of Metropolitan Detroit is a non-profit, values-based human development organization serving southeastern Michigan. A part of the worldwide YMCA movement, the YMCA Plymouth Branch is committed to strengthening and enriching the development of kids, families, and the community.

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Plymouth Community United Way

960 W. Ann Arbor Trail, Suite 2
Plymouth, MI  48170
Phone:  734-453-6879