50 Wayne Street - Pontiac MI 48342 - (248) 456-8805
Southeast Michigan is now plugged into United Way 2-1-1, the multilingual hotline that links callers either looking to get help or give help, to more than 5,000 health and human services, 24 hours a day, seven days a week through an easy to remember phone number. United Way 2-1-1 makes connecting to help fast and simple. In fact, think of the system as the equivalent to emergency 9-1-1, for non-emergency individual and family needs instead.
|Area Agency on Aging|
29100 Northwestern Highway, Suite 400 - Southfield MI 48034 - (800) 852-7795
Dedicated to preserving and enhancing the independence of
older adults in Southern and Western Wayne County, Michigan
|Catholic Social Services of Oakland County|
53 Franklin Blvd - Pontiac MI 48340 - (248) 334-3595
1410 Telegraph - Bloomfield MI 48302 - (248) 456-0909
Common Ground provides a lifeline for individuals and families in crisis, victims of crime, persons with mental illness, people trying to cope with critical situations and runaway and homeless youths. Helping people in need for more than 40 years, Common Ground serves more than 40,000 individuals per year. The majority of services are free of charge and 91 percent of every dollar received goes to direct service.
|Farmington Community Library for the Blind|
32737 West 12 Mile Road - Farmington Hills MI 48334 - (248) 553-0300
487 First Street - Oxford MI 48371 - (248) 628-3933
|Focus Hope Food Program|
1300 Oakman Boulevard - Detroit MI 48238 - (313) 494-4600
Recognizing the dignity and beauty of every person, we pledge intelligent and practical action to overcome racism, poverty and injustice. And to build a metropolitan community where all people
may live in freedom, harmony, trust and affection. Black and white, yellow, brown and red from Detroit and its suburbs of every economic status,national origin and religious persuasion we join in this covenant.
|Food Bank of Oakland County|
P.O. Box 431385 - Pontiac MI 48343 - (248) 332-1473
P.O. Box 787 - Pontiac MI 48343 - (248) 334-1274
|Lake Orion Lakes Association|
P.O. Box 446 - Lake Orion MI 48361 -
The Purpose of this association shall be to provide effective communication between its members and governmental agencies relating to all activities that may affect its members. To promote, advocate, and protect the best interests of the area through preservation of the natural beauty of the environment. To support all propositions that assist the orderly and proper development of our community in general and our immediate area in particular.
|Leader Dogs for the Blind|
1039 South Rochester Road - Rochester MI 48307 - (248) 651-9011
Leader Dogs for the Blind was founded in 1939 by a group of Michigan Lions. Their goal was to train dogs to lead the blind and to provide facilities and means whereby trained dogs could be matched to a blind master.
5331 Maybee Road - Clarkston MI 48346 - (248) 620-6116
Providing food, clothing and emergency assistance.
|Lighthouse Emergency Services|
P.O. Box 430508 - Pontiac MI 48343 - (248) 920-6000
PO Box 104 - Lake Orion MI 48361 - (248) 693-4357
Love In the Name of Christ (Love INC) is a non-profit organization devoted to mobilizing the church resources of North Oakland County to help those in need within our communities.
We serve as a needs “clearinghouse” where people in need contact us and we in turn get them connected with a local area church that provides the assistance they need.
|National Library Services For The Blind|
1291 Taylor Street NW - Washington, DC 20542 - (800) 424-8567
NLS administers a free library program of braille and recorded materials circulated to eligible borrowers through a network of cooperating libraries.
|New Hope Church|
29 North Washington - Oxford MI 48371 -
|Oakland County Child Care Council|
2111 Cass Lake Road, Suite 104 - Keego Harbor MI 48320 - (248) 681-9192
The Oakland County Community Coordinated Child Care (4C) Council brings together those people concerned with the welfare of young children through sharing information, advocating for change, and utilizing community resources. The Council's goals are to educate the community on child care issues, to provide assistance and training to child care providers as well as to develop and provide program activities based on community needs.
|Oakland County Health Department|
1200 North Telegraph, Building 34 E - Pontiac MI 48341 - (248) 858-1401
Oakland County Health Division's mission is to protect the public's health through health promotion, disease prevention and protection of the environment.
|Oakland County Veterans Service|
1200 North Telegraph, Dept 468, North Office Bldg - Pontiac MI 48341-0468 - (248) 858-0785
The benefits counselors and staff of Oakland County Veterans' Services are dedicated to serving veterans and their families. As a County government agency, we provide free assistance in obtaining veterans' benefits from the Federal, State and County governments.
|Oakland Literacy Council|
17 South Saginaw Street - Pontiac MI 48342 - (248) 232-4664
Our mission is to deliver the highest quality individualized basic reading and English language instruction to adults so that they may attain their literacy goals, develop self-confidence, and become independent learners.
|Oakland Livingston Human Services Agency|
196 Oakland Avenue, P.O. Box 430598 - Pontiac MI 48343 - (248) 858-5126
|Oakland Mediation Center|
550 Hulet Suite 102 - Bloomfield Hills MI 48302 - (248) 338-4280
The Oakland Mediation Center is a non-profit Michigan corporation, which was founded in 1989 to provide quality community mediation training and services to Oakland County residents. Center mediation Training services are available to businesses, schools, local government and individuals. Training proposals are available upon request.
|Older Persons' Commissions|
312 Woodward Street - Rochester MI 48307 - (248) 608-0264
Meal on Wheels,Activities and services for all seniors, active and frail.
|Paws with a Cause|
- Auburn Hills MI - (248) 844-5656
Paws With A Cause® trains Assistance Dogs nationally for people with disabilites and provides lifetime team support which encourages independence. PAWS® promotes awareness through education.
|Social Security Office|
142 Auburn Road - Pontiac MI 48342 - (800) 772-1213
We administer various Social Security programs including retirement, survivors, disability, medicare and family benefits. We also administer Supplemental Security Income (SSI), a program that provides basic income to people 65 or older, disabled, or blind who have limited income and resources. In addition to these services, we also can make referral to other agencies and organizations that can provide assistance.
Box 300098 - Waterford MI 48330 - (248) 674-4924
Special Olympics is a nonprofit program of sports training and competition for individuals with mental retardation. Founded in 1968 by Eunice Kennedy Shriver, Special Olympics provides year-round training and athletic competition for more than one million athletes in nearly 150 countries and all 50 states in the United States.
|United Methodist Church of Lake Orion|
140 East Flint Street - Lake Orion MI 48362 - (248) 693-6201
We are a community of believers living and sharing God's grace and love. As followers of Jesus Christ, we are challenged:
TO PROCLAIM our faith creatively through worship, fellowship, music and education.
TO LOVE, welcome, celebrate and support persons from all age groups, family structure and ethnic backgrounds as we grow
together in faith; and
TO BUILD on our rich heritage of caring through ministry and mission in our community and around the world.
|United Way of Oakland County|
50 Wayne Street - Pontiac MI 48342 - (248) 456-8805
United Way is a national system of volunteers, contributors, and local charities built on the proven effectiveness of local organizations helping people in their own communities.
M - Th : 9:30am - 9:00pm
F - Sa : 9:30am - 5:00pm
Su : Closed