Warriors for the Homeless (WFTH) is filling a need in Berrien and Wayne County, Michigan–helping veterans, the homeless and the addicted get the help they need. WFTH helps the veterans, the homeless and the addicted find social justice and dignity by directing them to professional medical and/or psychiatric help and addiction groups when needed. WFTH's housing program assists men in acquiring temporary transportation and housing for basic life needs and employment while helping them build job skills through a work therapy model.
Victim Intervention Program staff is comprised of dedicated New York State licensed social workers who share a commitment to providing free, confidential, and high quality clinical and advocacy services to victims of crime.
Veterans Connected connects veterans, families, resources, and events to help build the community. Veterans Connected directly assists veterans in need, and has provided a car for a veteran who needed transportation for work, paid for car insurance for a vet in need who was in danger of losing his job, provided a vet with a new furnance for their home, and more.
With a tradition of excellent service, a staff that treats residents like family, and a commitment to cutting-edge care, United Methodist Retirement Communities (UMRC) is proud to offer its residents a wide range of maintenance-free and amenity-rich senior living options, and a full continuum of care should needs arise in the future. UMRC provides assisted living, independent living, respite/short stay, and memory care services.
Tricounty Family Ministries is a non-denominational, non-profit providing food, clothing, medical care, counseling, job placement, shelter, financial assistance and vital services to the impoverished. We offer a safe, compassionate, and inviting place for all people in need.