Community - Health and Human Services

Capital Area Community Services
Assists low-income citizens and senior citizens in Clinton, Eaton, Ingham and Shiawassee Counties.

Child and Family Services of Michigan, Inc.
Provides comprehensive social services through nine member agencies across the state.

Clinton-Eaton-Ingham Community Mental Health
Provides a variety of children's services, emergency services, and can determine supports and entitlements when planning a student's future.

Provides behavioral health services throughout central, lower Michigan. Services are nationally accredited and include, residential treatment, intensive home-based counseling, out-patient mental health services, foster care, domestic violence intervention, experiential education, and wraparound services.

Ingham County Health Department 
Provides the following services: AIDS Counseling and Testing, Blood Pressure Testing, Children's Special Health Care, Dental Clinic, Food Bank, Immunizations, Lead Prevention & Control, Medical Examiner, Prenatal Clinic, Teen Services (Willow Plaza), Venereal Disease (STD) Clinic, Women, Infants and Children (WIC), Adult Health Services, AIDS Information, Breast & Cervical Cancer Control, Vision and Hearing Screening, and Women's Health Services.

Ingham Intermediate School District Human Resources Staff
IISD Human Resources Staff

Michigan Department of Career Development 
Provides information about rehabilitation services, workforce programs, finding a job and career education.

Michigan Department of Community Health 
Provides information about the states publicly-funded health service systems.

Michigan Department of Human Services
Provides information about children's services, adoption, foster care, protective services, juvenile justice, special youth and adult programs as well as other special services.

Michigan Rehabilitation Services
Assists individuals with disabilities into employment and self-sufficiency.

Sparrow Developmental Assessment Clinic
Provides interdisciplinary screening for infants and children who have been discharged from the Regional Neonatal Intensive Care Unit and for infants referred by mid-Michigan physicians.

St. Vincent
Offers a case planning unit which provides services for 26 youths, male & female, ages 5-17. This is a short-term, 60 day program for youths whose current placement has been disrupted or is in danger of disruption. A long-term residential program also provides services for ten males, ages 10-17, with serious emotional problems.