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I represent NASW members from Oakland and Macomb Counties. NASW is the largest professional organization of social workers in the country. We provide guidance, research, information, advocacy, education and other resources for members and social workers in general. Unclear specifically how this organization may be of assistance but interested in exploring!
Consulting firm that assist small business owners with building capacity in their business. We now assist with covid related issues.
SSVdP is a religious organization which can possibly provide assistance with rent, utilities, food, or household items (through vouchers for use within our stores). We may also on occasion help with car repairs or other needs. We work with individual families within our geographical boundaries. We cannot give aid to other organizations, only to individuals.
We are a non-profit organization that facilitates 12-step meetings and provides a place that is a weapon, drug and alcohol free facility for the community. We provide a place of support for individuals and families effected by drugs, alcohol or in need of other addiction support. We are here to help in the community when needed.
Private Christian Non-Profit University located in Rochester Hills, MI
Nuestro mission es ser salvos, servir a Jesus con todo el corazon, predicar la verdad del evanglio de nuestro Senor Jesucristo a todo el mundo comenzando dese la comunidad Hispana en el condado de Oakland, seguir adelante en crecimiento, ver la gloria de Dios manifestado en todos los servicios que ofrecemos, ir al cielo y llevar a todos que podemos con nosotros.
Semi-professional soccer club based out of Clawson, MI
In partnership with hospitals/cancer centers in Michigan that apply for assistance on behalf of cancer patients in active treatment, New Day customizes a financial treatment plan to help families alleviate financial toxicity, a harmful side effect that creates significant barriers to treatment and healing.
New Day provides vital resources to bridge the financial gap, giving profound hope and proper focus in the fight against cancer. Our mission to alleviate the financial burden of cancer is the formula for hope: Financial Assistance + Financial Navigation + Emotional Support.
Financial Assistance: We pay critical living expenses on behalf of families with a pediatric or adult cancer patient in active treatment. Payments are made directly to creditors for mortgage/rent, utilities, insurance, transportation, grocery, fuel, childcare and more.
Financial Navigation: Our financial navigator uses a cutting-edge technology platform to predict financial burden in the early stages of a diagnosis to help optimize insurance plans and minimize out-of-pocket costs for medical care and prescriptions.
Emotional Support: In collaboration with a network of professional counselors, financial planners, service providers and nonprofit organizations, New Day works to lift the emotional burden of cancer. We also distribute hundreds of custom Care Packs with age-appropriate resources and comfort items.
Our mission is to alleviate the financial burden of cancer.
New Day Foundation for Families is dedicated to creating a world where no family experiences the financial and emotional burden of cancer alone.
New Day serves cancer patients and their families. Their needs and survival are the priority. No family should fight cancer alone or make unthinkable choices between medical treatment and providing basic necessities. New Day works with hospitals across the state of Michigan to help families reach the other side of cancer by overcoming financial toxicity, a harmful side effect that creates significant barriers to treatment and healing.
Since 1921, Oakland Family Services has recognized that sometimes families face challenges they cannot resolve on their own. In the years since then, individuals and families have continued to struggle with problems that require professional support, guidance and services. More and more families are dealing with day care, parenting issues, family and work stress. Substance abuse, family violence, child abuse, divorce, death and a host of other problems contribute to feelings of loneliness and confusion. Oakland Family Services remains committed to providing a wealth of programs for individuals and families in our community, programs that help put individuals and families back on a path to a brighter future.
Oakland Literacy Council provides literacy (below 9th grade) and ESL tutoring for adults. We offer one on one tutoring, online education, and small group instruction.
Lakeshore Legal Aid is a not-for-profit law firm providing a range of free civil legal services to people who are low income, seniors, and survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault in our communities.
E-Community Outreach Services is a non-profit organzation that services all around Oakland County. Our primary focus is to provide outreach support, resources, and mentorship to youth and families throughout Oakland Couty. Our mentors service youth on a referral basis encouraging self-regulation, postive thinking, and leadership skills in effort to promote postive outcomes.
Thaar Care Foundation is a non profit that provides low/no cost counseling to the community.
We are a non profit that helps families with infants under 18 months that live in poverty.
Empowering, engaging YOuth in reading, learning, writing and presenting
Provide resources to undeserved populations
Everybody’s Church commits itself to cultivate Christ’s love through mission, inclusion, and community.
Public Library founded in 1924. The only public library in the city of Pontiac, Michigan.
Baptist Church in Pontiac. We run a feeding program. We are available Mon., Wed. And Fri. 10-2 and the 2nd Sat. of each month for a drive through distribution.
Catholic Community Response Team (CCRT) is the organization that dedicates itself solely to the local Pontiac neighbors and/or low-income Pontiac residents. Our mission is simple: to provide direct support and referral services to Pontiac residents for unmet emergency basic-living needs. CCRT is solely run by 100+ volunteers committed to helping low-income people, homeless and or at risk of becoming homeless.
CCRT provides many services to help those that are in dire need including daily or monthly services such as; clothing, food and personal grooming (toiletries). CCRT also provides other financial services such as: help with security deposit into a first home, preventing eviction, preventing utility shut-offs, birth certificates, State ID, gently used furniture and household items.
Formed 16 years ago by the 10 parishes that comprise the Pontiac Area Vicariate of Detroit Archdiocese, CCRT receives support and collaborates from those parishes and other Oakland County organizations. CCRT also collaborates with many nearby providers to help in the best way possible for their client’s needs.
Through substance abuse prevention, mental and physical wellness, and recovery support programs, the Alliance connects, strengthens, and mobilizes strategic partners to promote healthier communities. Includes a prevention coalition network of 21 organizations that blanket Oakland County in substance misuse/abuse prevention, recovery support and free community Narcan trainings.
Kirk Tutors is an after school tutoring/mentoring program that has been in Pontiac Elementary Schools for over 20 years. We are currently at Whitman Elementary School and provide one-on-one tutoring with 21 students every Tuesday & Thursday afternoons from 4:00pm to 5:30pm. Our focus is on literacy, homework support/assistance and character building.