Be Sure To Check With Your City To See What Services They May Offer To Help With Home Repairs
And Or Chores! Many Also Offer "Clean Up Days" Where Local Groups Will Volunteer To Come Take Care Of Minor Repairs, etc. Check On Their City Website Under Building Dept., Or Community Block Grants, etc.!
Cleaning For A Reason
211 S. Stemmons, Ste. G
Providing services in cities across United States and in Canada, our maid services
take on one patients at a time, each of whom receives one general house cleaning
per month for two consecutive months. However, we can’t always guarantee there
will be an available maid service in your area.
Please be sure to fill out the application completely so we may begin the process
of matching you with a maid service as soon as possible. If during this process
you learn there is no maid services available in your area, please continue filling
out the application, so that our system may continue to search for a match.
Once you are matched, you will be asked to provide us with a note from your
physician confirming you are in treatment. Upon receipt of that note, you will
be notified by the maid service to schedule your first cleaning.
The State Emergency Relief Program (S.E.R.) provides immediate help to individuals and families
facing conditions of extreme hardship OR for emergencies that threaten health and safety. Through
a combination of direct financial assistance and contracts with a network of non-profit organizations such as the Salvation Army and local Community Action Organizations, S.E.R. helps low-income households meet emergency needs such as home repairs.The S.E.R. Program is primarily designed
to maintain low-income households who are normally able to meet their needs but occasionally need
help when unexpected emergency situations arise. The S.E.R. Program is not an appropriate solution
to ongoing or chronic financial difficulties. Only local D.H.S. experts should make eligibility determinations for this program due to many variables. Ask for details when turning in a completed application at your local D.H.S. office (www.michigan.gov/dhs) OR complete an application online at www.michigan.gov/MIbridges
The Michigan Department of Community Health recommends parents ask their family doctor
to do a blood-lead test on their child at 12 months and 24 months. Medicaid insurance will pay
for it if a child is enrolled. Parents are encouraged to ask about fee waivers if they cannot afford
their child's test. If a child is diagnosed with elevated blood-lead levels, here are the resources
that can help: In Detroit:
Home Rehabilitation Grant Program
A nonprofit organization offers a limited number of home lead hazard abatement grants and
Wayne County Health Department's Environmental Health Division
In Oakland & Macomb Counties and the City of Detroit
Oakland County's Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Program
Macomb County Public Health
IN WASHTENAW COUNTY:
Washtenaw County Environmental Health
ELSEWHERE IN MICHIGAN:
Michigan Department of Community Health's Lead Safe Homes Grant Program
Open to families anywhere in Michigan with a child testing with 10 micrograms
or higher of lead per deciliter of blood.
Commerce Township Minor Mobile Home Repair Program
196 Cesar E. Chavez Avenue
P.O. Box 430598
Pontiac, MI 48343-0598
Phone: 248-209-2600 Toll-free 1-800-482-9250
Do you live in Commerce Meadows or Stratsford Villa Mobile Home Park?
Woodland Estates Mobile Home Park?
OLHSA can help with:
- Repairs to your roof, siding, and gutters
- Repairs or replacement of heating systems, defective electrical wiring
- Installing ramps, upgrading mobile homes for handicap accessibility
- Repairs to bathrooms and kitchens
- Replacement of windows and exterior doors for energy conservation measures
NOTE: Also offers Weatherization Services!