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Family Services


Assists pregnant women, of any age, that are in a crisis pregnancy.

Services include:

  • free pregnancy testing
  • phsyical, emotional and spiritual support
  • information on pregnancy and abortion alternatives
  • confidential peer counseling and guidance
  • referrals for medical care, housing, social services and legal aid
  • prenatal, infant and childcare classes
  • maternity and baby clothing
  • furniture and other baby equipment
  • post abortion peer counseling
  • abstinence education
  • free limited ultrasounds
  • For an appointment or information

    call 586-783-2229

    Address:

    37540 S. Gratiot, Suite 100

    Clinton Township, MI

    48036

    Center Hours:

    Mon-Fri: 10am - 4pm

    Mon,Tues,Thu: 6pm - 8pm

    Sat: 10am - 1pm


    Abigayle Ministries was formed in April of 1997 for the purpose of offering hope and a future to homeless single pregnant women, new moms, and their children.

    Services available:

  • Life skills training
  • Help with basic decision making
  • Transportation
  • Individual support for childbirth
  • Job readiness
  • Vocational and educational support
  • Material assistance for pregnancy and newborn
  • Training in nutrition, infant care, parenting, and childbirth.
  • Community resources
  • Spiritual encouragement
  • Material assistance for pregnant women and children up to two years of age.
  • Call 586-323-1411 for more information.


    Early Head Start & Head Start Preschool staff interact with families on a wide variety of early childhood development topics. Specific services include assistance with pre- and post-natal care, early literacy, health, nutrition, positive parent-child activities, social services, and parent education.

    Families must meet the federal income guidelines in order to "income qualify" for either prgoram. A family automatically "income qualifies" if they are receiving on-going, public assistance (TANF, SSI, FIP, CDC) through the government, if the child is in foster care, or is a ward of the state.

    Call 586-469-5215 for more information.

    Address:

    21885 Dunham Road, Suite 10

    Clinton Township, MI 48036


    Diapers/Supplies for Babies

    Below are different phone numbers for diapers for your child/children.

    Diaper Depot 586-466-6800

    Catholic Services of Macomb Project Hope 586-755-7980 (accepts calls on Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday ONLY from 10am-2pm).

    Amin's Babies Supplemental Care 313-585-3507

    Other numbers for baby supplies:

    248-215-2984

    888-240-2442


    Services Include:

    24 hour crisis line at 586-465-1212

    15 day residential program

  • safe shelter for youth 10-17
  • voluntary placement
  • individual and family counseling
  • daily group counseling
  • life skills, educational, recreational, & community service activities
  • 90 day outpatient counseling

  • youth ages 6-21 & their families
  • focus on conflict resolution & crisis management
  • Homeless Youth Program

  • services to homeless youth 16-20
  • supervised independent living
  • case management
  • individual and family counseling
  • group counseling
  • Street Outreach Program

  • services for homeless youth 16-20
  • street-based services
  • outreach center at The Refuge
  • keepipng youth connected and able to access resources
  • Contact us at 586-465-1212


    WIC

    WIC provides coupons for free, healthy foods such as milk, cheese, juice, formula, peanut butter, eggs, cereal, etc.

    Who is WIC for?

  • Low to middle income:
  • pregnant women
  • breast feeding moms
  • moms who have just had a baby
  • babies
  • kids to age 5
  • Call 586-469-5471


    If you have children under age 19, you may be able to get health and dental care for them through MIChild.

    Qualifications for MIchild or Healthy Kids

  • be under the age 19 (or pregnant for healthy kids)
  • have no comprensive health insurance, including Medicaid
  • Have a Social Security Number
  • Live in Michigan, even for a short time
  • Be a U.S. citizen or qualified immigrant
  • Meet monthly family income limits
  • Call the Beneficiary Help Line at 1-800-642-3195


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