Community Resources

Community Resources

Over the years, we have received many important and time sensitive requests for assistance and information that exceed the scope of our services. As a result, we developed a list of nonprofit organizations capable of responding to some of those requests. If you or someone you know is in need of food, shelter, housing, education assistance, job assistance, or some other essential life service, please feel free to explore or refer others to the resource links below.

Forgotten Harvest - Donates surplus, prepared, and perishable food to emergency food providers. The attached link is a listing of over 100 emergency food providers in Metropolitan Detroit.

Coalition On Temporary Shelter - Provides emergency shelter, transitional housing, and comprehensive support services for the homeless; including more than 40,000 nights of emergency shelter for more than 2,000 men, women, and children annually.

Latino Family Services - Provides the Latino Community of Southwest Detroit with food, clothing, and utility payment assistance, as well as afterschool and English as a second language courses.

Detroit Urban League - Serves over 70,000 clients annually with career/job development services for adults and seniors; nutrition and health care assistance for pregnant women; financial assistance and nutrition training for children in licensed home childcare facilities; housing referral services; early literacy, college preparation, and technology training programs; as well as urban economic advocacy for African Americans.

Detroit NAACP - Provides advocacy services on civil rights, criminal justice, economic empowerment, and health issues, among other things, for the African American community.

Area Agency on Aging - Region 1B - Provides advocacy and direct services for older adults, adults with disabilities, and their caregivers. Programs include meals on wheels; transportation assistance; Medicare/Medicaid assistance; short-term 24-hour senior care; and health, wellness, and fraud prevention programs.

Second Chance At Life - Provides financial assistance to organ transplant patients who are waiting for, receiving, or recovering from a transplant.

New Center Community Mental Health Services - Provides adults with mental health case management services; job skill development programs, community reentry plan development; a medication clinic; alternative inpatient services; and pre-court competency screenings. Also, serves youths and children with outpatient, abuse, neglect, and substance abuse programs.

Detroit Wayne County Health Authority - Helps the uninsured and underinsured receive medical treatment. The attached link provides a listing of over 30 medical facilities that provide free health care to the public.

Venable Law, P.L.L.C.

Venable Law provides attorney services to businesses, government entities, and individuals for the advancement of their respective legal interests.

With deep roots in the community, extensive legal experience, and an in-depth understanding of Michigan state and federal courts, we specialize in handling litigation matters in district, circuit, and federal courts in Detroit, Wayne County, Oakland County, Macomb County, and Washtenaw County, Michigan.

Whether a dispute with a contractor or tenant, an action to enforce an agreement, or a representation focused on your business, estate, probate or injury matter, Contact Us and we will champion your cause.

Venable Law, P.L.L.C.
16250 Northland Drive, Suite 160
Southfield, Michigan 48075
(313) 623-2024 (t)
(313) 202-8188 (f)

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