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MICHIGAN EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS AND DISASTER RESPONSE

Michigan Happenings

PLEASE READ THIS BEFORE YOU CONTACT US:

DISCLAIMER

Homeless To Independence Inc. is an All-Volunteer, Faith-Based, 501©3 non-profit organization. We do NOT receive any grant funding what-so-ever to pay bills for anyone in any situation. We do not give away money. We do not give out loans against any items for money.

This ministry is supported with generous financial donations that are used to help keep us functioning. Our purpose is to help supply individuals and families with personal needs such as food, toiletries, clothing, household items, furniture and baby/adult diapers/wipes both locally and to areas effected by disasters . At this time, we do not offer any shelter or transitional housing services. Again, we DO NOT pay any bills. We DO NOT pay any rents or mortgages.

If you are actually homeless, or about to be homeless or need emergency assistance of any kind, you can:

1. DIAL “211” from a:

a. Land line telephone. Tell the receiver your situation and what you need. They will give you information specific for the physical location you are currently at plus any referrals you may need. They have the most up to the minute information for your specific area. Dialing “211” will get you help and much more info than this office can provide. Homeless to Independence wants you to have all the information you need to get through the situation you are in.

b. Cell Telephone – This will ONLY bring you to the correct information center in the area code within the very same City/Town in the County & State you purchased/acquired your cell telephone in!

PLEASE NOTE: If you do not have a land-line telephone or cell telephone, go to your local police department, library, or house of worship and ask to use their land-line telephone. They may even make the call on your behalf.

2. Use the internet and go to: http://www.211.org/

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For those of you looking for employment through-out the United States, District of Columbia or Puerto Rico, simply send me an email to:
HTI EMPLOYMENT ASSISTANCE 05-14

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Homeless To Independence Inc. is not responsible for misprints or cancellations of events by the event holders, landlord and/or their agent, or ourselves. Homeless to Independence Inc. also reserves the right to “NOT” offer services to people and/or persons that are rude, unpleasant, and untruthful in any way shape or form, belligerent and the like.

OCCASIONALLY, THERE WILL BE ARTICLES BY OTHER WRITERS. HOMELESS TO INDEPENDENCE MAY NOT NECESSARILY AGREE WITH THEIR VIEWPOINTS, BUT WE DO RESPECT THEM. THANK YOU FOR YOUR COOPERATION!

OFFICE CONTACT INFO:

THE VERY BEST WAY TO CONTACT ME IS TO SEND ME AN EMAIL: ANN@HOMELESSTOINDEPENDENCE.ORG

OFFICE NUMBER IS: 1-732-264-7500

Please note that our office does have very limited volunteer staff and if we are one telephone line we cannot answer the other line. There is simply not enough time in the day to answer and/or return each and every telephone call.

IF YOU ARE ASKING FOR FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE, NO ONE WILL CONTACT YOU BACK.

THANK YOU!!!

PLEASE NOTE THAT ALL DISASTER RELATED MATERIALS ARE NOW LOCATED ON OUR “MICHIGAN EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS AND DISASTER RESPONSE” PAGE!

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MICHIGAN FUN TIMES AND FESTIVALS:

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Michigan School Breakfast and Lunch Program
Managing Agency Michigan http://www.mich.gov/

Program Description
The School Breakfast Program (SBP) provides funding that makes it possible for schools to offer a nutritious breakfast to students each day. The goal of the National School Lunch Program (NSLP) is to protect the health and well-being of the nation’s children by providing nutritious school meals every day. NSLP provides funding that makes it possible for schools to offer a nutritious school lunch.

Schools receive Federal funds for each breakfast and each lunch served, provided that the meal meets established nutrition standards. The Federal government and the state of Michigan provide additional funds to schools for each meal served to children who qualify, because of family income, for free or reduced-price meals.

General Program Requirements
Children qualify to receive free or low-cost meals while they attend school (high school and under) if their families’ household incomes meet the current income eligibility guidelines. Children who participate in certain other programs, such as the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) or Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF), and children who are migrant, runaway, foster, or homeless are automatically eligible for free meals.

In order to qualify, you also must have an annual household income (before taxes) that is below the following amounts:

Household Size* Maximum Income Level (Per Year)
1 $21,257
2 $28,694
3 $36,131
4 $43,568
5 $51,005
6 $58,442
7 $65,879
8 $73,316
*For households with more than eight people, add $7,437 per additional person.

Your Next Steps
The following information will lead you to the next steps to apply for this benefit.

Application Process
To apply for free or reduced price meals, contact your child’s school. A listing of Michigan’s schools can be found here:
http://www.cepi.state.mi.us/eem/EntitySearchGeographic.aspx

Program Contact Information
If you have further questions, please contact the Michigan Department of Education at:
http://www.michigan.gov/schoolnutrition

Or: MDE-SchoolNutrition@michigan.gov

Updated 10-08-13

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Michigan Special Milk Program
Managing Agency Michigan http://www.mich.gov/

Program Description
The Special Milk Program provides milk to children in schools, childcare institutions, and eligible camps that do not participate in other Federal child nutrition meal service programs. Schools that participate in the National School Lunch or School Breakfast Programs can participate in the Special Milk Program for half-day kindergarten and pre-kindergarten children who do not have access to a school meals program. The program reimburses schools and institutions for the milk they serve.

General Program Requirements
Any child can receive half pints of milk through the Special Milk Program at a participating school, camp, half-day kindergarten or pre-kindergarten program. Children attending school (high school and under) qualify to receive free milk if their families’ household incomes meet the current income eligibility guidelines. Children who participate in certain other programs, such as the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) or Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF), and children who are migrant, runaway, foster, or homeless are automatically eligible for free milk.

In order to qualify, you also must have an annual household income (before taxes) that is below the following amounts:

Household Size* Maximum Income Level (Per Year)
1 $21,257
2 $28,694
3 $36,131
4 $43,568
5 $51,005
6 $58,442
7 $65,879
8 $73,316
*For households with more than eight people, add $7,437 per additional person.

Your Next Steps
The following information will lead you to the next steps to apply for this benefit.

Application Process
To apply for the Special Milk Program, directly contact your child’s school, camp, or child care institution to find out if it participates in the Special Milk Program.

The Federal agency Child Nutrition Programs manages this program and provides state contact information here:
http://www.fns.usda.gov/cnd/Contacts/StateDirectory.htm

Additionally, your state education agency can also provide you with more information about the program:
http://mdoe.state.mi.us/cnap/ProgramInformation.html

Program Contact Information
If you have further questions, please contact the Michigan Department of Education at:
http://www.michigan.gov/schoolnutrition

Or: MDE-SchoolNutrition@michigan.gov

Updated 09-03-13

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Michigan Summer Food Service
Managing Agency Michigan http://www.mich.gov/

Program Description
The Summer Food Service Program provides free, nutritious meals and snacks to children in low-income areas. The program helps children get the nutrition they need to learn, play, and grow, throughout the summer months and during other long periods when they are out of school.

General Program Requirements
All children 18 years of age or younger who come to an approved food service site are eligible to receive free meals. Sites serving adults who are enrolled in educational programs for persons with disabilities may also be eligible to participate in the Summer Food Service Program. Sites must either be located in low-income communities or serve primarily low-income children. At certain sites, such as residential camps, benefits are available only to children, and to adults with disabilities, whose families meet the income standard for free or reduced-price meals. Children qualify to receive free or low-cost meals while they attend school (high school and under) if their families’ household incomes meet the current income eligibility guidelines. Children who participate in certain other programs, such as the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) or Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF), and children who are migrant, runaway, foster, or homeless, are automatically eligible for free meals.

In order to qualify, you also must have an annual household income (before taxes) that is below the following amounts:
Household Size* Maximum Income Level (Per Year)
1 $21,257
2 $28,694
3 $36,131
4 $43,568
5 $51,005
6 $58,442
7 $65,879
8 $73,316
*For households with more than eight people, add $7,437 per additional person.

Your Next Steps
The following information will lead you to the next steps to apply for this benefit.

Application Process
To apply for the Summer Food Service Program, contact the site nearest you:
http://www.mcgi.state.mi.us/schoolnutrition/

Program Contact Information
If you have further questions, please contact the Michigan Department of Education at:
http://www.michigan.gov/schoolnutrition

Or: MDE-SchoolNutrition@michigan.gov

Updated 08-08-13

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Michigan Family Independence Program
Managing Agency Michigan http://www.mich.gov/

Program Description
The Family Independence Program (FIP) provides temporary cash assistance to families with children and pregnant women to help them pay for living expenses such as rent, heat, utilities, clothing, food and personal care items.

FIP applicants and recipients may be assigned to the Partnership. Accountability. Training. Hope. (PATH) program through the Michigan Works Agencies for assistance in finding a job or to develop needed job skills. PATH is designed to establish and maintain a connection to the labor market for Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) recipients. To make this connection, participants are placed into employment and occupationally relevant education and training programs.

Help with transportation, childcare and other needs related to employment and training may be provided.

General Program Requirements
In order to qualify for this benefit program, you must be a resident of the state of Michigan, either pregnant or responsible for a child under 18 years of age with dependent children in the home attending school full-time, a U.S. national, citizen, legal alien, or permanent resident, have low or very low income, and be either under-employed (working for very low wages), unemployed or about to become unemployed.

Only a Family Independence Specialist or Eligibility Specialist at the Department of Human Services (DHS) can accurately determine your family’s eligibility for FIP. Ask for details when turning in a completed application at your local Department of Human Services (DHS) County Office.

Your Next Steps
The following information will lead you to the next steps to apply for this benefit.

Application Process
To see if you may be eligible for FIP, or to apply for FIP online, please visit the MI Bridges website:
https://www.mibridges.michigan.gov/access/

Click here to get an application form and the application process information booklet:
http://www.michigan.gov/documents/dhs/DHS_Information_Booklet_and_Assistance_Application_242170_7.pdf

If you need more information or forms, please visit:
http://www.michigan.gov/dhs/0,1607,7-124-5453_5526_22957-69226–,00.html

Program Contact Information
The Department of Human Services must help all persons fill out the application, when requested, if you need help, please call or visit your local DHS County Office: http://www.michigan.gov/dhs/0,1607,7-124-5461—,00.html
If you need an interpreter, you may use one of your choice or the agency will provide one. If you are refused help in filling out the application, you may call: 517-373-0707
For more information on FIP eligibility, please visit this website and click on the links under “Family Independence Program”: http://www.michigan.gov/dhs/0,1607,7-124-5453_5526—,00.html

Updated 05-31-13

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Michigan Low Income Home Energy Assistance (LIHEAP)
Managing Agency Michigan http://www.mich.gov/

Program Description
Low-income households who meet all State Emergency Relief (SER) eligibility requirements may receive assistance to help them with household heat and electric costs. LIHEAP funds are also used for the Home Heating Credit (HHC), administered through the Michigan Department of Treasury and the Weatherization Assistance Program (WAP).

General Program Requirements
In order to qualify for this benefit program, you must be a resident of the state of Michigan, you must need financial assistance for home energy costs.

In order to qualify you must also have an annual household income (before taxes) that is below the following amounts:

Household Size* Maximum Income Level (Per Year)
1 $12,287
2 $16,643
3 $20,999
4 $25,355
5 $29,711
6 $34,067
7 $38,423
8 $42,779

*For households with more than eight people, add $4,356 per additional person.

For SER only: When your heat or electric service is in threat of shutoff or is already shut off and must be restored, payment may be authorized to the enrolled provider if all eligibility factors are met. The amount of the payment is the minimum amount necessary to prevent shutoff or restore service, up to the fiscal year cap. Payment must resolve the emergency by restoring or continuing the service for at least 30 calendar days. Payment may be made made up to the available fiscal year cap for the necessary charges to deliver a 30-day supply of fuel for households that heat with deliverable fuel (fuel oil, propane or coal). Fugitive felons are not eligible for the program. Their presence in the home disqualifies the household from receiving assistance.

Your Next Steps
The following information will lead you to the next steps to apply for this benefit.

Application Process
To apply, please contact the local Department of Human Services (DHS) office in the county in which you reside:
http://www.michigan.gov/dhs/0,1607,7-124-5461—,00.html

For SER, you must complete DHS-1514, Application for State Emergency Relief, and DHS-1171, Assistance Application, if there is not a current one in the record. (Spanish versions of these applications are also available.) If the application is submitted electronically through MIBridges, no additional application is needed.

Program Contact Information
For more information about this program, please visit www.michigan.gov/dhs or call (855) ASK-MICH or (855) 275-6424.

Updated 05-31-13

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Michigan Food Assistance Program
Managing Agency Michigan http://www.mich.gov/

Program Description
The Michigan Food Assistance Program supplements the food purchasing power of low-income individuals and families. The U.S. Department of Agriculture funds 100 percent of this program. The state and Federal governments share administrative costs. The Department of Human Services (DHS) determines eligibility for food assistance.

General Program Requirements
In order to qualify for this benefit program, you must be a resident of the state of Michigan and you must have an annual household income of less than $22,344 if one person lives in the household; $30,264 if two people live in the household; $38,184 if three people live in the household; $46,104 if four people live in the household; $54,024 if five people live in the household; $61,944 if six people live in the household; $69,864 if seven people live in the household; or $77,784 if eight people live in the household. For larger households, add $660 for each additional person in the home.

Your Next Steps
The following information will lead you to the next steps to apply for this benefit.

Application Process
You can apply online at https://www.mibridges.michigan.gov/access/.

The Department of Human Services (DHS) must help all persons fill out the application when requested. If you need help, please call or visit your local DHS county office:
http://www.michigan.gov/dhs/0,4562,7-124-5459_5461—,00.html

If you need an interpreter, you may use one of your choice or the agency will provide one. If you are refused help in filling out the application, you may call 517-373-0707.

Program Contact Information
For more information, visit: http://www.michigan.gov/dhs/0,1607,7-124-5453_5527-21832–,00.html

Updated 05-31-31

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Michigan Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC)
Managing Agency Michigan http://www.mich.gov/

Program Description
The Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) provides supplemental foods, nutrition education and referrals to health care, at no cost, to low-income pregnant, breastfeeding and postpartum women, infants, and children up to age 5 who are determined to be at nutritional risk. To be fully eligible for the WIC program, applicants must be determined by a health professional, at no cost, to be at nutritional risk (i.e., have certain medical-based or diet-based risk conditions).

General Program Requirements
In order to qualify for this benefit program, you must be a resident of the state of Michigan; a pregnant, breastfeeding and/or postpartum woman; an infant or child up to 5 years of age; and individually determined by a health professional to be at nutrition risk. U.S. citizenship is not required.

In order to qualify, you must also have an annual household income (before taxes) that is below the following amounts:
Household Size* Maximum Income Level (Per Year)
1 $20,665
2 $27,991
3 $35,317
4 $42,643
5 $49,969
6 $57,295
7 $64,621
8 $71,947
*For households with more than eight people, add $7,326 per additional person.

A person who participates or has family members who participate in certain other benefit programs, such as the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), Medicaid or Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF), automatically meets the income eligibility requirement.

Your Next Steps
The following information will lead you to the next steps to apply for this benefit.

Application Process
To apply for WIC, call 1-800-26-BIRTH (1-800-262-4784).

Program Contact Information
For more information on Michigan WIC, please visit the Department of Community Health (DCH) at: http://www.michigan.gov/wic
If you have questions about the WIC program call the Michigan DCH at: 517-373-3740
TDD users call: 517-373-3573
Or to learn more about the program e-mail: michiganwic@michigan.gov

Updated 02-23-13

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Michigan Child Health Insurance Program
Managing Agency Michigan http://www.mich.gov/

Program Description
MIChild is a health care program administered by the Department of Community Health. It is for the low income uninsured children of Michigan’s working families. MIChild has a higher income limit than Healthy Kids. There is only an income test. Like Healthy Kids, MIChild is for children who are under age 19. There is a $10 per family monthly premium for MIChild. The $10 monthly premium is for all of the children in one family. The child must be enrolled in a MIChild health and dental plan in order to receive services. Beneficiaries receive a comprehensive package of health care benefits including vision, dental, and mental health services.

General Program Requirements
In order to qualify for this benefit program, you must be a resident of the state of Michigan, under 19 years of age, not covered by health insurance (including Medicaid), a U.S. national, citizen, legal alien, or permanent resident.

Depending on your income level, you may have to pay a premium for coverage. Please see this state’s program information for details.

Your Next Steps
The following information will lead you to the next steps to apply for this benefit.

Application Process
Apply online by visiting https://healthcare4mi.com/michild-web/ or download an application by visiting http://www.michigan.gov/documents/MIChildApplication_11847_7.pdf.

Once completed, mail the application and any requested supporting documents to the address listed on the last page of the application.

In order to qualify, you must also have an annual household income (before taxes) that is below the following amounts:
Household Size* Maximum Income Level (Per Year)
1 $22,340
2 $30,260
3 $38,180
4 $46,100
5 $54,020
6 $61,940
7 $69,860
8 $77,780
*For households with more than eight people, add $7,920 per additional person.

Applications are also available from most community human services agencies or by calling 1-888-988-6300.

Program Contact Information
For more information, visit: http://www.michigan.gov/mdch/1,1607,7-132-2943_4845_4931—,00.html

Updated 08-12-12

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Michigan Weatherization Assistance Program
Managing Agency Michigan http://www.mich.gov/

Program Description
Michigan’s Weatherization Assistance Program (WAP) is a federally-funded, low-income residential energy conservation program. The program provides free home energy conservation services to low-income Michigan homeowners and renters. These services reduce energy use and lower utility bills, thus creating more self-sufficient households.

A trained inspector will assess eligible dwellings for energy conservation needs. A typical inspection will include Blower Door testing for air leakage, Combustion Appliance testing for safety and efficiency, and a Health and Safety inspection. A computerized audit is the basis for determining which measures are most cost effective for each individual dwelling.

According to national studies, households that receive weatherization services can expect heating costs to be reduced 20 to 25 percent. At today’s fuel cost, that amounts to about a $300 savings. As fuel costs continue to rise, even greater savings will result.

General Program Requirements

In order to qualify for this benefit program, you must be a resident of the state of Michigan.

In order to qualify, you must also have an annual household income (before taxes) that is below the following amounts:
Household Size* Maximum Income Level (Per Year)
1 $22,340
2 $30,260
3 $38,180
4 $46,100
5 $54,020
6 $61,940
7 $69,860
8 $77,780
*For households with more than eight people, add $7,920 per additional person.

If you receive Supplemental Security Income or Aid to Families with Dependent Children, you are automatically eligible to receive weatherization services.

Your Next Steps
The following information will lead you to the next steps to apply for this benefit.

Application Process
To apply, contact your local weatherization operator:
http://www.michigan.gov/dhs/0,1607,7-124-5452_7124_7211-58707–,00.html

Program Contact Information
For more information on the program please visit: http://www.michigan.gov/heatingassistance/0,1607,7-215-33212-15408–,00.html
To ask about the Weatherization Assistance program, please call the Michigan Family Independence Agency at: 517-373-2035

Updated 07-16-12

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Michigan Medicaid Health Care Program
Managing Agency Michigan http://www.mich.gov/
Program Description
The Michigan Medicaid Health Care Program is intended to provide medical and health-related assistance to low-income individuals and families who have no medical insurance or have inadequate medical insurance. Generally, the program serves: persons aged 65 or older; blind or permanently disabled persons; members of families with dependent children; children in foster care homes; pregnant women; and individuals under age 21 in psychiatric hospitals.
General Program Requirements
In order to qualify for this benefit program, you must be a resident of the state of Michigan, a U.S. national, citizen or permanent resident in need of health care/insurance assistance, whose financial situation would be characterized as low income or very low income. If very low income, you must also be pregnant, have a child(ren) with a disability, or be responsible for children under the age of 19 years.
Your Next Steps
The following information will lead you to the next steps to apply for this benefit.
Application Process
For more information, see the Program Contact Information below.
Program Contact Information
You can apply for these benefits at your local Department of Human Services (DHS) or by mail. In addition, there are a number of local community agencies, such as your local health department, that offer help in applying for Medicaid.
Your local DHS county office can be found at the following: http://www.michigan.gov/dhs/0,1607,7-124-5461—,00.html
A listing of local health departments can be found at: http://www.michigan.gov/mdch/0,1607,7-132–96747–,00.html
In addition to the Medicaid programs, the Michigan Department of Community Health provides various other health care programs. Information about these programs can be found at: http://www.michigan.gov/mdch/0,1607,7-132-2943_4860—,00.html

Updated 03-26-12

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Michigan Head Start
Managing Agency Michigan http://www.mich.gov/
Program Description
The Head Start program (for children ages three to five) and Early Head Start program (for pregnant women, infants, and toddlers) promote school readiness for children in low-income families by providing comprehensive educational, health, nutritional, and social services. Parents play a large role in the programs, both as primary educators of their children and as participants in administering the programs locally. Both programs provide pre-literacy and literacy experiences in a multi-cultural environment. Parents are also provided social services, including assistance with childcare. Services are also available to migrant and seasonal farm worker families.
General Program Requirements
In order to qualify for this benefit program, you must be a resident of the state of Michigan, you must be a parent or primary caregiver responsible for a child who is too young for public school.

In order to qualify, you must also have an annual household income (before taxes) that is below the following amounts:
Household Size* Maximum Income Level (Per Year)
1 $14,521
2 $19,669
3 $24,817
4 $29,965
5 $35,113
6 $40,261
7 $45,409
8 $50,557
*For households with more than eight people, add $5,148 per additional person.

If you do not meet these criteria, you may still qualify if you are a U.S. national, citizen or permanent resident whose financial status is low income or very low income, who is under-employed, unemployed or about to become unemployed, facing pregnancy, less than 19 years of age yourself, or the parent or primary caregiver for children under the age of 19 years. Other qualifications may apply.
Your Next Steps
The following information will lead you to the next steps to apply for this benefit.
Application Process
For enrollment information, contact the program nearest you:
http://eclkc.ohs.acf.hhs.gov/hslc/HeadStartOffices
Program Contact Information
You can visit the Michigan Head Start Association at: http://www.michiganfamilyresources.org/
You may also contact the Michigan Head Start Association at: 517-374-6472

Updated 03-26-12

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Art and the Animal

Arts & Culture

Location: Dennos Museum Center

Website: www.dennosmuseum.org

The Dennos will be the host site for the 2011 Art and the Animal origination exhibition which is the flagship exhibition of The Society of Animal Artists, an organization dedicated to maintaining the highest standards among painters and sculptors who specialize in animal subject matter. The SAA draws upon the artistic talent of over 500 members from Africa, Asia, Australia, Europe, and North and South America. Combining natural history and fine art in creative ways, this annual exhibition is juried by distinguished experts. Art and the Animal has been presented at prestigious art institutions as well as popular tourist destinations including Disney which displayed the exhibition to launch its newest attraction, Animal Kingdom, in 1998. Each annual origination exhibition usually contains around 125 paintings and sculptures.

HOURS:
Mon-Sat 10 am – 5 pm
Sun 1 – 5 pm
Thurs – Open until 8pm
Closed on major holidays

ADMISSION:
Adults $15 Children $12
Museum members $10

Phone: 231-995-1055

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NCRRC is one of six Regional Resource Centers funded by the U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Special Education Programs. The Centers help state education agencies improve education programs, practices and policies that impact infants, toddlers, children and youth with disabilities and their families. Find resources for parents and educators in your state.

For more information visit this link: http://www.disability.gov/state/michigan/education

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Michigan’s events web site is full of events……. so here is the link:

http://www.michigan.org/Things-to-Do/Events/Default.aspx?city=G42&dt=9/1/2010_mth#list

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Provides pediatric therapy and medical services to all children with special needs in southeast Michigan. Read the list of available outpatient services.

For more information visit this link: http://www.disability.gov/state/michigan/health

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Provides information and services for people who are caring for an aging parent, spouse, partner, family member, friend or person with a disability. Use “Search for Services” to find programs that can help caregivers.

For more information visit this link: http://www.disability.gov/state/michigan/community_life

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