Consolidated Community Care Center

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1. Computers, phones, fax for employment search


3. Food

3.1. Food pantry

3.1.1. holiday food boxes Blessing Bags for homeless group trips for community outreach

3.2. Soup kitchen

3.2.1. cooking classes Community Culture Kitchen

3.2.2. community garden farm-to-table classes farmer's market fund raising

3.3. Brown Bag program

3.3.1. Meet Up and Eat Up site

3.4. Meals on Wheels

4. Shelter

4.1. Emergency Shelter - Men

4.1.1. 30 cubicles with temporary partitions, providing privacy and safety Will conduct criminal check and drug screen for safety, must not be registered on MIPSOR Positive screens will be referred to substance abuse services within and outside the center

4.2. Emergency Shelter - Women/Children

4.2.1. 15 cubicles with temporary partitions, providing privacy and safety; single women or with 1-2 small children

4.2.2. 15 double-sized cubicles with temporary partitions for women with 2+ children

4.3. Emergency Shelter for Pets - temporary fosters for clients in shelter waiting new placement

4.3.1. Accepts donations of pet food/supplies, will supply exiting clients with small care package

4.4. Section 8 paperwork and information

4.4.1. HARA Homeless Assistance

4.5. Referrals for financial assistance

4.5.1. Limited financial assistance for rental deposits/rent through fund raising and donations

5. Education

5.1. Homework help

5.2. College prep assistance

5.3. GED preparation

5.3.1. GED testing

5.4. Limited assistance for college application costs (paid for through fund raising)

5.5. Personal finance classes

6. Health

6.1. Health fairs

6.1.1. Prescription Drop-off Needle Drop-off Needle exchange site?

6.2. Medical equipment loan closet

6.3. Immunization clinics

6.4. Low-cost sports physicals for students

6.5. WIC clinic

6.6. Weight loss challenges/groups

6.7. Support Groups (cancer, diabetes, mental health, postpartum, etc.)

6.8. STI testing, HIV testing, free contraceptives for ALL AGES, birth control information

6.9. Personal grooming kits

7. Child Care

7.1. School shuttle

7.1.1. Offers "the Late Bus" picking up children within the immediate school district who miss the bus to ensure they don't miss the entire day

7.2. Extended hours day care

7.2.1. Will accept DHHS payments Will waive fees or give discount if participating in other CCCC programs

7.3. Before/After school care

7.4. Child care referrals

7.5. Open door recreation for ages 10-17 (much like Boys&Girls Club)

7.5.1. Recreation hall event rentals for further funding possibilities

7.6. Certified babysitter classes

7.6.1. Child/Infant CPR classes

7.7. Safe Delivery drop-off site

7.8. Baby and Young Child Pantry

7.8.1. diapers, toiletries, baby food/formula furniture, baby equipment through donations

8. Legal Aid

8.1. MI Bar referrals

8.2. Counsel and Advocacy Law Line

8.3. Law Library most used items

8.3.1. copy of MI divorce papers copy of Landlord/Tenant Rights copy of county cities/townships ordinances

8.4. copier/fax available for clients to use info

8.5. affordable court-ordered drug/alcohol testing

9. Transportation

9.1. Non-emergency medical transportation

9.1.1. Volunteer drivers

9.2. School shuttle to/from child care facility

9.3. Gas money/bus fare assistance paid for by fund raising/donations

9.4. Carpool group

9.5. Bus stop on public transit line

9.6. Indigent Transportation "IndigeGO"

9.6.1. for appointments, work, grocery shopping, school, life necessities. Not for personal social use except in emergencies (ie, domestic violence.) Not a designated driving service.

9.7. Vehicle  Maintenance Workshops

9.7.1. Limited funds for car repair assistance

10. Employment

10.1. Resume Building

10.2. Mock Interviews

10.2.1. Interview Clothing Closet

10.3. Volunteer based labor force = credit for MIWorks! or court-ordered community service

11. Crisis Intervention

11.1. Substance abuse assessment

11.2. Suicide risk assessment

11.2.1. hotline

11.3. Mental Health First Aid classes

11.4. Suicide Intervention/Prevention

11.5. Mental health crisis triage services (partnership with local hospital?)

11.6. Grief counseling

11.7. Safe Haven pickup/temp shelter for DV victims

11.7.1. Partner with local landlords and families for temporary foster of DV victims

12. Home Maintenance/Repair

12.1. Weatherization

12.1.1. Free weather kits for seniors/low income families

12.2. Minor home repair by volunteers

12.3. Appliance repair

12.3.1. Donated appliances resold at minimum prices

12.4. Yard clean-up and snow removal

12.4.1. Storm relief tree cleanup

12.5. Mobile home maintenance/repair

13. Volunteer Services

13.1. In-home chore provider

13.2. Moving assistance

13.2.1. Packing, lifting, moving within the county Accepts donations, unless a DV victim

13.3. Medical appointment companion program

13.3.1. A volunteer to accompany patients to procedures requiring a guardian or assistant; may double as NEMT driver

13.4. Friendly visiting

13.4.1. Visits and conducts well-checks and follow-ups to ensure client success