Community Social Services of Wayne County (CSSWC) currently provides a broad range of human services for everyone from infants to senior citizens. These services are available regardless of age, religious preference, gender, race, disability or economic status. Professionally trained staff, from a variety of human service disciplines, provide comprehensive and confidential services to individuals and families in need. CSSWC's programs cover child welfare services, behavioral health and community services, education and literacy programs, and senior/volunteer services.
Northeast Guidance Center (NEGC) is committed to the health of children, adults and families by providing innovative community-based services through behavioral and primary healthcare. NEGC provides adult services, pediatric and family services, as well as crisis services and mental health outreach.
Center for Success (C4S) unites literacy and community to empower students in the journey of education. C4S offers structured after school programming, summer programs, as well as access to partner programs in the area.
Crossroads of Michigan is a social service outreach agency with two locations in Detroit. Founded in 1971, Crossroads exists to support the community at large by providing emergency assistance, advocacy, and counseling to anyone in need. Crossroads provides hot meals to those in need, as well as social services and material aid in the form of transportation, clothing, and financial aid for the costs of identification and prescriptions. Crossroads also offers employment services, a children's summer lunch program, parenting support workshops, and more.
The Barbara Ann Karmanos Cancer Center, located in midtown Detroit, is the only National Cancer Institute (NCI)-designated comprehensive cancer center in metro Detroit and one of just 51 centers of its kind in the United States. This means patients can access treatments exclusive to Karmanos as well as clinical trials, cancer prevention programs and multidisciplinary teams of cancer specialists to help handle cases that are more complex.
The mission of the NOAH Project is to empower low income and homeless Detroiters to achieve stability by serving as the first step on the journey to self-sufficiency. The NOAH Project operates a Community Center in downtown Detroit for people living on the streets. Offering lunch four days a week, one-on-one social services, physical health counseling, empowerment-based programming, and emergency needs, the NOAH Project strives to build a family support system for those who come to them.