407 E Union Street
Provides an intensive residential drug treatment program for 6-8 months for 20 women that includes: Group and individual therapy. Addiction education. Parenting, GED and life skills program. Anger management.
3025 Monroe Avenue
Creates life-changing wishes for children with critical illnesses.
2480 Browncroft Boulevard, Suite 140
Offers a spiritual non-religious self-help program for anyone who has been affected by the problem of alcoholism in a friend or relative. Groups for anyone affected by alcoholism Gay/Lesbian Al-Anon Alateen (Teens of Alcoholics) Provides literature at meetings and at office to help with recovery.
87 N Clinton Avenue
Provides case management, representative payee, trustee and guardianship services and legal consultation to county Adult Protective, Intensive Case Management, Veteran's Administration and private pay individuals. Offers short term assistance, advice and consultation to adults facing disability and their caregivers.
150 Van Buren Street
Provides Behavioral Health - Home and Community-Based Services (HCBS) available to adults meeting the criteria of Serious Mental Illness and/or Substance Use Disorder. Enables HARP members to access BH HCBS without enrollment into a health home. Services include: Psychosocial Rehabilitation Habilitation Family Support and Training Prevocational Services Transitional Employment Intensive Supported Employment Ongoing Supported Employment
1344 University Avenue Suite 270
Provides public education to increase early detection of kidney disorders. Professional education. End the Wait: Organ donor education, organ donor cards, living donor education. Provides outreach to African-American and Hispanic communities. Offers patient services like: Peer support group A one-to-one support system for pre-dialysis and pre-transplant patients. Kidney screenings. Renal diet literature. Social events. Offers local and national grants given for research on …
1 S Washington Street, Suite 110
Provides practical economic and business education for elementary, middle-school and high school students. Helps young people plan for their future through work readiness, entrepreneurship, and financial literacy.
100 Groton Parkway
Offers programs for children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities: School Program: provides full-day special education instruction to children ages 5-21, based on each student's Individual Education Plan (IEP). Supported Employment (SEMP): Staff assists individuals 18 years and older in obtaining and maintaining competitive employment, working alongside co-workers without disabilities and earning at least minimum wage. Partners with area businesses to place talented and …
1545 St Paul Street
Provides day school (Pre-K through 12th grade) education and residential programs for deaf and hard of hearing youth.
4170 Main Street
Provides individual and family support services. Offers prescription funding as available. Offers a thrift store that has clothing and small household goods.