The Arc Michigan exists to empower local chapters of The Arc to assure that citizens with developmental disabilities are valued and that they and their families can participate fully in and contribute to the life of their community.
CARF International is an independent, nonprofit accreditor of human service providers in the areas of aging services, behavioral health, child and youth services, DMEPOS, employment and community services, and medical rehabilitation.
NISH is a national nonprofit agency whose mission is to create employment opportunities for people with severe disabilities by securing Federal contracts through the Javits-Wagner-O’Day (JWOD) Program for its network of community-based, nonprofit agencies.
Michigan Assisted Living Association (MALA) is a nonprofit organization representing 4,200 assisted living and vocational services programs serving 40,000 individuals statewide. The persons receiving services are persons with developmental disabilities, psychiatric disabilities, physical disabilities or closed head injuries or persons who are elderly.
For 30 years AMORC has been Macomb and Oakland Counties’ trusted peer-to-peer source of advice, support and advocacy for parents, family, guardians and friends of people of all ages with developmental disabilities
The Westland Therapeutic Recreation Program provides a wide variety of activities all year round for people with disabilities. Some of these supervised activities include swimming, arts and crafts, cooking, bowling, field trips, movie nights, dancing and parties. 734-722-7620
Wrightslaw Parents, educators, advocates, and attorneys go to Wrightslaw for accurate, reliable information about special education law, education law
CLS, Inc. serves approximately 2300 adults and children with developmental disabilities in Wayne County. CLS, INc. works to provide supports suited to individuals’ wants and needs in a manner that is directed and controlled by them, their families and support circles.
As a private, nonprofit, human services agency,MORC provides supports and respite care for more than 4,000 children and adults with developmental and psychiatric disabilities in Macomb and Oakland Counties.
Macomb County Community Mental Health provides a wide variety of mental health treatment and support services to adults and children with mental illness, developmental disabilities, and substance abuse treatment needs.
Oakland County Community Mental Health Authority is a public agency. We are privileged to serve Oakland County by providing public mental health services to adults with serious mental illness, children with serious emotional disturbances and persons with developmental disabilities.
MDCH The department, one of the largest in state government, is responsible for health policy and management of the state’s publicly-funded health service systems. About 2 million Michigan residents will receive services this year that are provided with total or partial support from MDCH