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ArborWoman

Pregnancy testing, limited obstetrical ultrasound exams, pregnancy options education, post-abortion and pregnancy loss counseling, educational resources including safe sleep, labor & delivery, and fertility education, and community resource referrals. No abortions or referrals for abortion. Walk-ins welcome or request an appointment online or by phone. All services free & confidential. Tues. 2 p.m.-8 p.m., Thurs. 9 a.m.-4 p.m. arborwoman.com

24 Frank Lloyd Wright Dr., Domino's Farms, Lobby L [map]
(734) 994-8863


Bryant Community Center (Community Action Network)

After school programs, educational summer camps, YouthWorks, Alcoholics Anonymous, WIC information programs. Summer hot lunch and dinner program for children who live within the Bryant neighborhood. (registration required; call for information). dmiller@canannarbor.org, canwashtenaw.org

3 W. Eden [map]
(734) 477-0292


Child Care Network (the Great Start to Quality Southeast Resource Center)

Helps families find and pay for quality child care; offers training to child care professionals. Mon.-Fri. 8 a.m.-4 p.m. childcarenetwork.org

3941 Research Park, #C [map]
(734) 975-1840


Community Action Network

Programs, services, advocacy, and community building for the Arrowwood Hills, Brick, and Bryant community centers, and the Creekside, Hikone, and Green Baxter public housing complexes. info@canwashtenaw.org V

P.O. Box 130076, AA 48113
(734) 994-2985


Early On Michigan (Washtenaw Intermediate School District)

Services for children from birth-3 years who have a developmental delay or diagnosed disability. Assessment and developmental evaluation for any child at absolutely no cost to the family. Qualifying children will receive resources and services to support their developmental needs. 1800earlyon.org

1819 S. Wagner [map]
(734) 994-8100 ext. 1272, (800) Early-On


Education Project

Joint project of the Washtenaw Intermediate School District and Ozone House that works to ensure students experiencing homelessness and temporary living situations enroll, regularly attend, and succeed in school. Serves children and youth who lack a fixed, adequate, regular night-time residence, including preschool siblings and those 18 and older who do not yet have a high school diploma or GED. ephycontact@washtenawisd.org, washtenawisd.org/services/ephy/eligibility

1819 S. Wagner [map]
(734) 994-8100, ext. 1518


Girls Group

Empowers young women to achieve emotional and economic self-sufficiency by ensuring they graduate from high school and begin their college or career journeys. Weekly in-school and after school programs at 20 sites in the Ann Arbor and Ypsilanti area span middle school, high school, and continue through college and career prep, including youth-led activities, safe space to explore identities, and focus on positive relationships with peers and mentors, academic readiness, social/emotional readiness, financial empowerment and community service. info@girlsgroup.org, girlsgroup.org

1100 N. Main #106 (NEW Center) [map]
(734) 531-5996


MSU Extension: Family and Social/Emotional Program

Programs and information on parenting, stress, and anger management. msue.anr.msu.edu U

705 N. Zeeb [map]
(734) 997-1678


Nurturing Families Washtenaw (Catholic Social Services)

New parents learn effective parenting skills by receiving supportive services, starting in pregnancy and continuing until their child reaches 3 years old. Home-based program uses the Nurturing Parenting curriculum and emphasizes positive parenting, child development, health education, goal setting, and referrals to outside resources. csswashtenaw.org/nurturing-families U

4925 Packard [map]
(734) 971-9781 ext. 331


Peace Neighborhood Center

Educational and recreational programs for youth, including after-school programs, tutoring, counseling, family enrichment activities, college/career prep club, and summer day camps. info@peaceneighborhoodcenter.org, peaceneighborhoodcenter.org U, V

1111 N. Maple [map]
(734) 662-3564


SOS Community Services (Children's Services)

Offers Parents-as-Teachers, an in-home parenting education program for families with children age 5 or younger. Referrals, parent-child play groups, and developmental screenings. info@soscs.org, soscs.org U, V


(734) 485-8730


Washtenaw Area Council for Children

Prevents child abuse and neglect through educational services for children, parents, youth-serving professionals, and the public. Parent programs on safe sleeping environments for infants, cyber safety, and child sexual abuse awareness. Children's programs teach cyber safety, cyberbullying and bullying prevention, and about appropriate touch. Luncheon lecture series and conference on family issues. info@washtenawchildren.org, washtenawchildren.org V

3075 W. Clark, #110 [map]
(734) 434-4215


Washtenaw Camp Placement

Provides "camperships" (expense-paid summer resident camp and supporting services) for economically disadvantaged Washtenaw county youth, grades 4-10. Applications at website or through area schools and human service agencies. campPlacement@sbcglobal.net, washtenawcampPlacement.org V

3135 S. State, #350D [map]
(734) 971-4537


Washtenaw Child Advocacy Center (Catholic Social Services)

The Michigan Department of Human Services, Washtenaw County Prosecutor's office, local law enforcement agencies, mental health and medical professionals, and victims' advocates work together to conduct forensic interviews and make team decisions about the investigation, treatment, and prosecution of child sexual abuse cases. Counseling and prevention education for parents. csswashtenaw.org/wcac U

555 Towner, Ypsilanti [map]
(734) 544-2925




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