Learn About Living in Your Own Place

Community Transition Trainers will: • Talk with individuals with disabilities & their families about living in the community. • Share experiences & answer questions. • Provide ongoing peer support for

Building Connections & Community

Free drop-in wellness group located in-person on North Campus at Chrysler Center, room 265 Registration is NOT required for the in-person wellness group, but is welcome to assist with refreshment

Show Your Love Variety Show

It’s the moment you all have been waiting for… Lights, Camera, Action! Living and Learning Enrichment Center is proud to present a talent show featuring our members and partners from

Our Community Listens

Training Description Our Community Listens is a training that has been utilized by large corporations, non-profits, and human services organizations. It is a three-day communication skills training offering a transformational

Community Living Presentation

The Community Transition Trainers inform and educate individuals with disabilities and their families about living in the community.They offer ongoing support services for individuals planning to move to a place

Project Community Connect

ONE DAY – ONE STOP – ONE GOAL Linking neighbors to resources and services in our community. Don’t Miss: Free Resource Information, Food Baskets, Personal Hygiene Items, Heat & Utility

Our Community Listens

Training Description Our Community Listens is a training that has been utilized by large corporations, non-profits, and human services organizations. It is a three-day communication skills training offering a transformational

Thanking 3rd Party Fundraisers

With a passionate mission to raise expectations and expand opportunities for people touched by autism across the lifespan, Autism Alliance of Michigan (AAoM) relies on outside support from the greater

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