FOSTER YOUTH & "Aging-Out" Of The System
                       
Big Family of Michigan, Inc.
23599 Pare St.
St.Clair Shores, MI 48080
Phone:  248-561-3532
Email:  helpkids@BigFamilyofMichigan.org
Website:  www.BigFamilyofMichigan.org
This organization assists FOSTER children waiting to be adopted or in at-risk situations.


Foster Closet of Michigan / 23 branches throughout Michigan!
Phone: 800-554-4966
Website:  http://www.fosterclosetofmichigan.org
Our organization provides clothing, underclothing, toys, shoes, baby equipment,
gear and in some cases furniture, to children placed in the foster care system in
State of Michigan.These items are new and like new items that have been donated
to us. Children are often placed into foster care with no personal items and in many
cases they come into care with only the clothes on their back. Our organization
provides these kids with stylish new or like new clothing and personal items helping
to begin the process of rebuilding their self-esteem and providing them with belongings
they can call their own. Foster parents and their children are able to come into our
facilities and pick out the items they need, for free, providing the children with the
ability to offer input in wardrobe choices and allowing them to express their personal
tastes and individuality, another big step in helping these children rebuild their lives
and self-esteem. Our organization never charges for these services or items.



"AGING OUT" RESOURCES

The State of Michigan has launched a Web Site to offer advice and opportunities to foster children
who are aging out of Michigan's child welfare system. The new Department of Human Services site--www.michigan.gov/fyit--has information about services and support for hundreds of current and
former foster youths. 


Safe Haven 4 Kids of Michigan                           
6135 King Road
Marine City,  MI  48039
Phone:  810-765-KIDS     616-452-6664   24 hour line
Email:  nick@safehavendetroit.com
Website: www.sh4kom.org
Safe Haven offers safe and suitable housing along with wraparound services to youth, ages
18-21 who are in the foster care system, or have been terminated from the system and are in
need of housing. Some of the services include GED training, mentoring, counseling, vocational
training, and life skills instruction.  Safe Haven will eventually offer services to other clientele
in the near future. 


Community Social Services of Wayne County
9851 Hamilton
Detroit, MI  48202
Phone:  313-883-2100
Website:  www.csswayne.org
Foster Family Care Program
CCSWC foster families provide temporary homes for abused and/or neglected children
while their birth parents receive services including parenting classes, substance abuse
treatment, employment referrals and coping skills.
Semi-Independent Living Program
As an alternative to foster care, CCSWC offers adolescents a program that focuses on
increasing the individual's daily living skills, vocational skills, social skills, community
integrations and financial literacy skills. 
Teen Empowerment Program (TEP)
Individual and group counseling, job readiness workshops, parenting workshops,
assistance completing high school, life skills, assistance accessing available resources.
Teen Infant Parenting Services (TIPS)
TIPS is a transitional housing program with the capacity to serve 16 mothers and their
children in an apartment style setting. 


Vista Maria                               
20651 W/ Warren Avenue
Dearborn Heights,  MI  48127
Phone:  800-7Vista-6
Email:  info@vistamaria.org
Website:  www.vistamaria.org
Vista Maria has been healing abused and traumatized youth and their families since 1883. 
We provide an array of residential treatment and community-based programs, including
foster care. Our foster care programs service boys and girls ages 0–20. In addition to
general foster care. Vista Maria also offers specialized foster care programs. We provide
the support for families and youth to be successful.


Big Family of Michigan, Inc.        
23599 Pare Street     (new address!)
St. Clair Shores, MI  48080
Phone:  248-561-3532
Email:  helpkids@bigfamilyofmichigan.org
Website: www.bigfamilyofmichigan.org
Offers the following services:
Birthday in a Bag:
Party supplies, treats and party favors along with a gift for the birthday child are given
to the social worker or foster parents to create a party for the foster child.
Birthday Party Hosts:
We supply the birthday kids for any individual who wishes to host a birthday party for foster
children at a local community center, church, etc. (cannot be hosted in a private home for
security reasons).
Comfort Bags:
This emergency package contains: age/gender appropriate toiletries, socks, underwear,
and pajamas distributed through Child Protective Services (CPS)
Aging Out Program:
Aging out foster youth receive some of the important necessities they need to build an
independent life, such as: bedding, linens, kitchen items, etc.
School Supplies Program:
Supplies are provided for foster children prior to the fall semester and made available
during the year as requested for K through college.
Holiday Celebrations and Events:
Games and toys (new), hats/gloves/scarves, blankets, candy and much more are collected
through donations/drives then distributed to foster children identified by agencies, churches
and community groups. During the holiday season, our program also includes underserved, underprivileged children outside the foster system.
Recreational Activities:
Partnerships with the Detroit Tigers, Detroit Pistons and the Detroit Lions enable Big Family
to accompany foster youth to professional sporting events with Big Family treating the children
to the refreshments.
Educational Support:
$1,000 scholarships are awarded through applications for college bound foster youth. These
are made possible through donations from individuals, businesses and partnering 501c3
organizations. Plans are to expand this program to include K-12 foster children to provide
them the opportunity to experience extra-curricular classes that most foster families cannot
afford.
MARE Support:
Michigan Adoption Resource Exchange (MARE) enlists the support of Big Family of Michigan
for their adoption festival each year. Big Family provides arts and crafts, stuffed animals, enter-
tainment, candy and goodies bags for all the children as well as 100 volunteers to work the festival.


Covenant House of Michigan
2959 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
Detroit, MI  48208
Phone:  313-463-2000
Website:  www.covenanthousemi.org
Covenant House Michigan is a faith-based nonprofit organization that provides hope to homeless, runaway and at-risk youth ages 18-24. We provide shelter, educational and vocational programs,
as well as other support services, to help overcome hurdles such as homelessness, unemployment, inadequate education, violence, drugs and gangs. Our goal is to redirect them onto a path toward meaningful and successful adulthood.  CHM has come to be known by Detroit area young people
as a place they can go to build a better future and be treated with respect and unconditional love.


Wellspring Lutheran Services (formerly Boys & Girls Republic)
Corporate Office:
4100 Pier North Blvd.  Suite A
Flint, MI  48504
Phone:  989-686-7650
Email:  HopeAbertran@wellspringlutheran.com
Website:  http://www.wellspringlutheran.com/child-family/foster-care/what-is-foster-care
An extensive system of support services is provided. These include foster parent
training, individual and family counseling for children, independent living services,
behavior modification  therapy services when necessary for children, and case
management services. In most locations, support groups are offered for foster
parents. A Wellspring caseworker is assigned to each foster child and the case-
worker is responsible for providing services to the child, the foster family, and
the biological family. A foster care licensor is also assigned to each foster family
to provide support and to ensure their needs are being met.


Common Ground Sanctuary
Administration Office:
1410 S. Telegraph Road (at Orchard Lake Road)
Bloomfield Hills, MI  48302
Phone:  248-456-8150             24-Hour Resource and Crisis Helpline: 1-800-231-1127
Website: www.commongroundhelps.org
Common Ground offers many programs and services through its five locations in Oakland County
and one location in Genesee County. If you would like more information about available programs
please contact one of our offices listed below.
Mental Health Services / Resource and Crisis Center
1200 N Telegraph Rd.,  Bldg. 32E
Pontiac,  MI  48341
Phone:  248-451-2600
&
Crisis Residential Unit
1200 N. Telegraph Rd., Bldg. 32E
Pontiac, MI   48341    Call Resource and Crisis Center for admittance
&
Youth Programs
The Sanctuary and A Step Forward
751 Hendrie Blvd.
Royal Oak, MI   48067
&
Crisis Intervention & Recovery Team (CIRT)
1063 Professional Dr.  Suite D4
Flint, MI   48532
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 80,000 individuals
per year. The majority of services are free of charge and 93 percent of every dollar received goes to
direct service. Experiencing a personal or family crisis or know someone who is?  We can help.
Call our 24-hour Resource and Crisis Helpline at 1-800-231-1127 for free and confidential counseling, information and referrals.


Starfish and Counterpoint Shelter & Crisis Center
Administrative Office:
3000 Hiveley Road  (main office)
Inkster, MI   48141-1089
Phone:  734-728-3400    24 hour Crisis Line:  866-672-4357 / 313-563-5005
Website: www.starfishonline.org
Founded in 1963, Starfish Family Services is a private, nonprofit agency serving vulnerable children
and families in metropolitan Detroit. Early childhood development is our passion. Every day, we strive
to prepare young children for a successful start to school. As a leading provider of Early Head Start
and Head Start programs, we embrace a comprehensive strategy that works to address challenges
our children and their families may face at home. We provide parenting resources, children’s mental health services, after-school programs, and an emergency shelter for teens and youth in crisis. Based
in Inkster, we have more than a dozen programs at service sites throughout metropolitan Detroit.


Orchards Children's Services
Administrative Office:
Oakland & Wayne Counties
24091 Northwestern Hwy.  Suite 500    
Southfield, MI  48075
Phone: 248-250-0440
Website:  www.orchards.org 
AND
Genesee County
444 Church Street
Flint, MI  48502
Phone: 810-239-3264
AND
Macomb County
42140 Van Dyke   Suite 206
Sterling Heights, MI  48314
Phone: 586-997-3886
AND
Washtenaw County
1995 Highland Drive   Suite F
Ann Arbor, MI   48108
Phone: 734-622-0217
We also serve Jackson, Lenawee, Livingston, Monroe, Shiawassee and St. Clair counties
and provide Specialized Statewide Services.
&
A little more than fifty years ago, Orchards Children’s services was established by the Greater
Detroit Section of the National Council of Jewish Women. The founders recognized the need
to improve the lives of children.


JUDSON CENTER
Macomb County Regional Office
12220 Thirteen Mile Road  Suite #200
Warren, MI  48093
Phone:  586-573-1810
AND
Oakland County Regional Office
4410 West Thirteen Mile Road
Royal Oak, MI  48073
Phone: 248-549-4339
AND
Washtenaw County Regional Office
2935 Birch Hollow Drive
Ann Arbor, MI  48108
Phone:  734-528-2003
(also house programs in Lenawee & Monroe Counties)
AND
Genesee County Regional Office
2503 Lindon Road  Suite #103
Flint, MI  48532
Phone: 810-732-8510
AND
Wayne Country Regional Office
12723 Telegraph Road   Suite #200
Redford, MI  48239
Phone:  313-794-565
Website:  http://www.judsoncenter.org
The philosophy of Judson Center’s Foster Care Program is that every child is entitled
to grow up in a permanent family. During the time a child is placed in foster care, Judson
Center works with biological families to strengthen the family unit and reduce barriers
in order for children to safely return home to their biological families. If it is determined
that children cannot safely return home to their biological families, Judson Center searches
for alternative permanent placement to ensure a child grows up in a permanent family.


The Children's Center of Wayne County
79 Alexandrine West
Detroit, MI   48201
Phone:  313-831-5535
Website: www.thechildrenscenter.com
Since 1929, we’ve led the way in working with children struggling with mental and behavioral
health challenges or experiencing trauma.


SAMARITAS   (formally Lutheran Social Services of Michigan)        
8131 E. Jefferson Ave.
Detroit, MI  48214
Phone: 313-823-7700
Email:  info@samaritas.org
Website: https://www.samaritas.org
Samaritas has been providing services for children and families since 1934. Samaritas
is Michigan’s largest private foster care organization, helping more than 800 children
daily. Our experienced staff are passionate about their desire to help foster families
create a better life for the children in their care.


Catholic Social Service of Southeast Michigan
Phone:  855-88-CSEM (22736)
Website:  https://ccsem.org
CCSEM provides a full spectrum of adoption and foster care services to assist birth families,
foster children and their foster families, and prospective adoptive families to successfully
navigate the legal and governmental agency process as well as providing support through
the emotional journey.
Our services include:
Serving the Counties:
Lapeer / Monroe / St. Clair / Macomb / Oakland / Wayne


Yatooma's Foundation for the Kids
1615 S. Telegraph Road  Suite #300
Bloomfield Hills,  MI  48302
Phone:  1-888-987-KIDS
Email:  info@forthekidsfoundation.org
Website: http://www.forthekidsfoundation.org
Bringing Tenderness To Tragedy and turning tragedy to triumph for the families
of kids who have lost a parent by providing practical, professional, and personal
assistance at each stage of the grieving and recovery process.


Don Bosco Hall
Administrative Office:
7375 Woodward Avenue
Detroit, MI  48202
Phone: 313-869-2200
AND
Residential - DBH West
10001 Petoskey
Detroit, MI  48204
Phone: 313-834-8677
AND
Depaul Youth Treatment Center
609 E. Grand Boulevard
Detroit, MI  48207
Phone:  313-834-8677
AND
Eagle Program - DBH West
10001 Petoskey
Detroit, MI  48204
Phone: 313-834-8677
AND
Male Leadership Academy
10001 Petoskey
Detroit, MI  48204
Phone: 313-834-8677
AND
Don Bosco Hall's Community Resource Center
19321 West Chicago
Detroit, MI  48228
Phone: 313-493-9129
AND
Transitional Services Programs
Youth Assistance Program (YAP)
Supervised Independent Living Program
19321 West Chicago
Detroit, MI  48228
Phone:  313-869-2200
AND
Sutton House Residential Treatment
12040 Broadstreet
Detroit, MI  48204
Phone:  313-834-9922
AND
Cody Rouge Brightmoor Youth Initiative
19321 West Chicago
Detroit, MI  48228
Phone: 313-493-9129
AND
Don Bosco Hall's Youthville Detroit
7375 Woodward Avenue
Detroit, MI  48201
Phone: 313-309-1300
Website:  www.donboscohall.org
A private non-profit agency which provides supportive human services to enhance the quality
of life for youth and their families residing in the Metropolitan Detroit--Wayne County Community. Component services or activities may include educational and employment assistance, training
in daily living skills, and housing assistance.  Specific component services and activities are geared towards post-foster care services: basic life-skill building, instruction in budgeting, using credit. housekeeping, menu planning and food preparation classes.


Holy Cross Children's Services
Administrative Office:
8759 Clinton-Macon Road
Clinton, MI  48236
Phone: 517-423-7455
Website:  www.hccsnet.org
Holy Cross Children’s Services is one of the largest private, not-for-profit providers of child
services in Michigan. The service portfolio includes residential campuses and group homes,
charter schools, foster care homes, supervised independent living programs, day treatment
and a variety of community-based services. HCCS has offices and service sites in Clinton,
Detroit, Clinton Township, Redford, Saginaw, Mt. Morris, Traverse City, Kalamazoo and Grand
Rapids. In addition, HCCS is the managing partner for Samaritan Center, Michigan’s largest
one-stop social services, and employment center – located on the east side of Detroit. HCCS
is also the managing partner for Kairos Healthcare, an adolescent and adult substance abuse
facility in Saginaw, Michigan. HCCS provides help to approximately 650 children and families


Starr Commonwealth
Starr Detroit
22400 W. Seven Mile Road
Detroit, MI  48219
Phone:  313-794-4447 
Website: www.starr.org
AND
Starr Albion
13725 Starr Commonwealth Road
Albion, MI  49224
Phone: 800-837-5591
Starr Commonwealth is dedicated to the mission of creating positive environments where children
and families flourish. We specialize in residential, community-based, educational and professional training programs that build on the strengths of children, adults and families in communities around
the world.


Alternatives for Girls
903 W. Grand Blvd.
Detroit, MI  48208
Phone: 313-361-4000 #295
Email:  resourcecenter@alternativesforgirls.org
Website: https://alternativesforgirls.org
AFG’s Shelter Program provides a stable home, counseling, and life skills training
to homeless young women aged 15-21 and their children. The goal is to empower
them to lead productive and fulfilling lives.  AFG’s Shelter can house up to 30 young
women and their children. In addition to providing homeless young women with a safe
and stable place to stay, AFG also provides life skills classes, counseling and case
planning services to those we serve—all with the goal of giving them the tools they
need to lead fulfilling and independent lives.
Shelter programs include:
Stepping Stones
A program for homeless and runaway young women ages 15-17 with the goal
of reunifying them with their families
Emergency Shelter
A program for homeless young women ages 15-21 and their children, with the
goal of providing a short-term safe and stable environment until they can get
back on their feet
Transition to Independent Living
Provides homeless young women with
long-term shelter combined with life skills classes, case planning services, and
counseling, with the goal of providing young women with the tools they need
to be successful on their own
Aftercare
Provides continuing support to young women ages 15-21  that have moved out
of our shelter as well as to youth who are homeless or are at risk of becoming
homeless in the community


Ruth Ellis Center
77 Victor
Highland Park, MI  48203
Phone: 313-252-1950
Website: http://www.ruthelliscenter.org
The Ruth Ellis Center currently operates four core services: (1) our residential housing
program—Ruth’s House; (2) Second Stories Drop-In Center, providing low-barrier access
to  safety-net services like food, clothing, showers, laundry and case management; (3)
Second Stories Outpatient Mental Health Services; and (4) Family Group Decision Making
(FGDM). Through the application of positive youth development programming, facilitated
psycho-educational peer support groups, structured mentoring programs and the provision
of core and adjunct services, either on-site or through referrals, we seek to provide life-
enhancing and life-sustaining services designed to improve the health outcomes of
homeless LGBTQ youth and encourage thriving behavior.
The Program includes the following services:


Spectrum Human Services
28303 Joy Road
Westland, MI  48185
Phone: 734-458-8736
Email: info@spectrumhuman.org
Website:  http://www.spectrumhuman.org/SHS/Default.aspx
We are a child welfare, family preservation and mental health human services organization.
Our services include foster care, adoption, family preservation, mental health treatment services, substance abuse treatment, employment/career training, programs for adjudicated youth, and
group homes for developmentally disabled adults. For 40 years, we have served children, youth
and families throughout ten counties in the state of Michigan with innovative and superior programs.
We are committed to enriching the lives and capabilities of the individuals and families we serve.


Wolverine Human Services
Administrative Offices:
15100 Mack Avenue
Grosse Pointe Park, MI  48230
Phone: 313-824-4400
AND
Wolverine Center
2629 Lenox Street
Detroit, MI  48215
Phone: 313-822-2400
AND
Community Based Office
43902 Woodward Ave.  Suite #100
Bloomfield Hills, MI  48302
Phone:  248-724-2643
AND
Community Based Office
4488 W. Bristol Rd., Suite #2
Flint, MI  48507
AND
Community Based Offices
20300 Superior Road
Taylor, MI  48180
Phone: 734-284-6264
AND
Community Based Office
11885 E. 12 Mile   Suite #302b
Warren, MI  48093
Phone:  586-751-2802
Website:  http://www.wolverinehs.org/services
Wolverine Human Services supports diverse treatment needs such as juvenile delinquency,
substance abuse, rehabilitation, foster care placement, adoption, high security residential
treatment, and culturally-specific care.  Our programs are located throughout southeast
Michigan, with campuses in Detroit, Vassar, and Buena Vista Township. Our kids and families
come from each of Michigan’s 83 counties.



HELPFUL WEBSITES:

ONE SIMPLE WISH               
1977 N. Olden Ave.  #292
Trenton, NJ   08618
Phone:  609-883-8484
Email: info@onesimplewish.org
Website:  www.onesimplewish.org
One Simple Wish has been making small miracles happen for foster children and vulnerable families
since December 2008. We offer everyone a glimpse into the life of a child in the foster care system
or a family in need. Our goal is to connect people, one to one, to create rewarding, meaningful relationships between the giver and recipient.  Here on our website you can browse through
hundreds of wishes posted on behalf of some of the most deserving, yet invisible children and
families in the United States. Wish granting is simple and affordable, with most wishes ranging between $5 and $100. We allow everyone the chance to make a direct impact on the lives of
those in need...anytime, from anywhere.


IFoster.org Discount Program
Phone:  855-936-7837
iFoster.org provides discounts to foster youth / aging-out youth who register on their website
for discounts at companies from Target to Barnes & Noble and beyond. Visit
http://ifoster.org/AboutUs.aspxfor more information.


Jim Casey Youth Opportunities Initiative
Phone:  410-547-6600
Website:  www.jimcaseyyouth.org
The mission of the Jim Casey Youth Opportunities Initiative is to ensure that young people—
primarily those between ages 14 and 25—make successful transitions from foster care to
adulthood. We do this by working nationally, in states, and locally to improve policies and
practices, promote youth engagement, apply evaluation and research, and create community partnerships. Our work creates opportunities for young people to achieve positive outcomes
in permanence, education, employment, housing, health, financial capability, and social capital. 
Our vision is for every young person leaving foster to have the opportunities and support
needed for a successful transition to adulthood.


National Foster Care Coalition (NFCC)
605 North Carolina Avenue SE, Unit #2
Washington, DC  20003
Phone:  202-280-2039
Website:  http://www.nationalfostercare.org


National Network 4 Youth (NN4Y)
741 8th Street, SE
Washington, DC 20003
Phone:  202-783-7949
Email: member@nn4youth.org
Website: http://www.nn4youth.org
The National Network for Youth (NN4Y) has been a public education and policy advocacy organization   dedicated   to   the prevention and eradication of youth homelessness in America for over 40 years.
As the largest and most diverse network of its kind, NN4Y mobilizes over 300 members and affiliates –organizations that work on the front lines every day to prevent and otherwise respond to youth homelessness.



SCHOLARSHIPS FOR FOSTER KIDS

Foster Care to Success
21351 Gentry Drive   Suite 130
Sterling, VA  20166
Phone:  571-203-0270
Email:  info@fc2success.org
Website:  http://fc2success.org
Provides college scholarships, connects youths to mentors and internships, etc.


Did you know there are now 8 state colleges that offer scholarships & support
to foster kids?  Go to this website: www.michigan.gov/fyit


The University of Michigan offers eight current or former foster youths
up to $5,000 a year through a new Paul and Amy Blavin Scholars Fund
Go to www.finaid.umich.edu OR  call 734-763-4119


Michigan State University offers scholarships to former foster youths
going into social work.  Go to www.finaid.msu.edu  OR call 517-353-5940.


Michigan Department of Human Services       
Website:  www.michigan.gov/dhs
As of July 1st, 2009 a foster youth is now considered "independent" when completing the Free
Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) if he / she was a ward of the court at any time after
the 13th birthday.  With an independent status, you are eligible to receive funding for your college
expenses.


Foster Youth & Higher Education Initiative
John Seita Scholars Program
Western Michigan University
Phone: 269-387-8362
Email:  fyit-info@wmich.edu
Website: www.wmich.edu/fyit/


Education and Training Voucher (ETV)
SAMARITIS  (formally Lutheran Social Services of Michigan)
729 W. Michigan Ave.  Suite 200
Jackson, MI  49201
Phone:  517-789-6444    Toll Free 877-660-6388 (METV)
AND
Detroit, MI
Phone:  877-433-6927
Website: https://mietv.samaritas.org
The ETV program provides financial assistance to help youth in foster care pay for training
or education beyond high school.  A youth is eligible until his/her 21st birthday as long as
they meet the eligibility criteria.  If the youth is participated in the program before his/her
21st birthday, they continue to be eligible until age 23 as long as they receive and maintain
at least a 2.0 grade point average.



OTHER RESOURCES:

For the Seventh Generation
PO Box 1739
Taylor, MI  48180
Phone:  313-436-5069
Email:
Website: www.7thgen.detroitlawyer.org
Provides non-law related services to all wards of the court, by encouraging and coordinating
volunteer participation by community organizations and individuals.  We enable organizations
and individuals who desire to give back to the community, the opportunity and structure to
participate in a program that addresses the needs of children and their families. 


Michigan Association for Foster Adoptive and Kinship Parents
Phone:  989-733-4527
Website: www.mafak.msu.edu
Committed to the retention and empowerment of families to successfully parent all children placed
in their care by providing training, advocacy, legislation and support groups.


National Foster Parent Association
Website:  www.nfpaonline.org
The National Foster Parent Association is a champion for the thousands of families that open
their heart and their home to the over 400,000 children in out-of-home placement in the US. 
NFPA believes in the importance of family-based care for foster children and that every child
deserves a permanent family.  Supporting foster, adoptive and kinship parents nationally.


Generations United
Website:  http://gu.org/OURWORK/Grandfamilies.aspx
Generations United's National Center on Grand families works to enact policies and promote
programs to help grand families address challenges. Despite facing many barriers, research
shows that the children in grand families thrive (see Grandfamilies Statistics). Caregivers also
experience benefits like an increased sense of purpose in life.








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