S indicates special programs for seniors.
V denotes a service that welcomes volunteer assistance.
U see Umbrella organizations for more information
The following groups support other nonprofits or offer services in a variety of areas. Use the pulldown above to see listings for specific services.
American Red Cross—Washtenaw-Lenawee Chapter
Emergency services for victims of natural disasters and home fires; disaster education programs; humanitarian law program for youth; assistance for military families; blood drive and donation opportunities and information; international services; classes for all ages; and more. redcross.org/mi/ann-arbor V
4624 Packard [map]
Ann Arbor Area Community FoundationFounded in 1963, AAACF manages more than $60 million in assets in more than 425 charitable endowment funds. Annually awards more than $1.5 million in grants and scholarships to support education, health and human services, youth, seniors, the environment, arts and culture, community development and economic renewal. See website for more information. aaacf.org.
301 N. Main, suite 300 [map]
Catholic Social Services of Washtenaw County
Human service agency offering more than two dozen programs helping families of all faiths and at all stages of life. csswashtenaw.org S, V
4925 Packard [map]
Dial 211United Way phone line offers health and human services information and refers callers to groups that provide assistance. Live operators answer 24 hours. Director: Dave Bartek (313) 226-9245. www.uwsem.org/211/
Jewish Family Services of Washtenaw CountyProvides a wide range of clinical and community services for seniors, the unemployed, youth and families, refugees, and others. Offers counseling, crisis intervention, transportation, immigration services, and daily ESL classes. Serving all residents of Washtenaw County. firstname.lastname@example.org, jfsannarbor.org V, S
2245 S. State [map]
Jewish Federation of Greater Ann ArborCreates educational, cultural, and social programs; coordinates community-wide events; raises funds for activities that strengthen Jewish life locally, in Israel, and throughout the world. email@example.com, jewishannarbor.org V, S
2939 Birch Hollow [map]
Lutheran Social Services of MichiganServices for children, youth, families, refugees, and older adults. General and supervised foster care, Supervised Independent Living (SIL) for youth, and adoption services. Foster parents, SIL host families, mentors, tutors, and homes always needed. lutheranfostercare.org, lssm.org S, V
2770 Carpenter, suite 200 [map]
MSU Extension Washtenaw CountyInformation and education about agriculture and natural resources; programs for children, youth (including 4-H), and families; and community and economic development. Open to all. firstname.lastname@example.org
705 N. Zeeb [map]
Nonprofit Enterprise at Work (NEW)Helps nonprofits succeed. Provides governance and leadership training to nonprofit boards and executives as well as offering holistic, external IT support services. The 11,000 square-foot facility located on Main Street is home to 20 diverse nonprofit organizations. Three conference rooms available for rent by nonprofits. Email through website, new.org V
1100 N. Main, suite 100 [map]
998-0160, (313) 887-7788.
Services for youth ages 10-20 (and their families) experiencing crisis or conflict, including those who are runaways, homeless, abused, or neglected. Youth and family counseling; emergency housing for ages 10-17; transitional housing for ages 17-20; and life skills training. Also, the Ypsilanti Drop-In Center, 102 N. Hamilton, 485-2222 (4-8 p.m. weekdays), a safe place for youth ages 13-20. Housing, employment, and education help available. Crisis intervention, counseling, meals, and scheduled group activities such as game nights, poetry open mikes, movie nights, and art classes. ozonehouse.org
1705 Washtenaw [map]
Business line: 662-2265. Crisis line (24 hours): 662-2222
POWER, Inc. (People-Organized-Working-Evolving-Reaching)Christian agency works to increase affordable housing and home ownership in the county; helps families with counseling, parent education, child abuse & neglect prevention, emergency assistance, and financial education. Also, homelessness support services. powerclf.org V
103 Arnet, Ypsilanti [map]
SOS Community Services
Community-based nonprofit dedicated to preventing and ending family homelessness in Washtenaw County. Crisis services include temporary shelter, emergency food and personal care items, and referrals for clothing and housing. Family services include parent and children support services and an employability program. All services free to county residents. email@example.com, soscs.org V
101 S. Huron, Ypsilanti [map]
United Way of Washtenaw CountyMobilizes human and financial resources to help individuals and families build better lives and stronger communities. firstname.lastname@example.org, uwwashtenaw.org V
2305 Platt [map]