Chelsea – Community Services

Community Services

5 Healthy Towns Foundation

14800 E. Old U.S.12

(734) 4334599

Works to foster sustainable improvements in community health by operating wellness programming in Chelsea, Dexter, Grass Lake, Manchester, and Stockbridge.,

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(734) 9954949, helpline

Al-Anon Family Groups is a worldwide fellowship for friends and families of problem drinkers. AFG Nooner Group meets Fri. noon at First United Methodist Church, 128 Park St., rm. 207.,

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Alcoholics Anonymous in Chelsea

Helpline & Meeting Info: (734) 4825700z
Office: (734) 4820707

12-step support groups for anyone who desires to stop drinking. In-person meetings (Sun. 7 p.m., Mon. 8 p.m., Tues. noon, Thurs. 8 p.m., Fri. 9 a.m.) are at the First United Methodist Church (128 Park St.). See website for an up-to-date status on Zoom, in-person, and hybrid meetings.,

Community Services> Health Care

Alzheimer's (and other dementia) Caregiver Support Group

24/7 dial-in support and info: (800) 272–3900

Offers a variety of dementia caregiver support groups in Washtenaw County. See website for full list of virtual and in-person support groups.

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Chelsea Area Friends for Recreation

PO Box 359, Chelsea 48118

Enhances and supports recreational and cultural activities for people of all ages in the greater Chelsea community.,

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Chelsea Community Foundation

PO Box 83, Chelsea 48118

(734) 4759891

Promotes individual, family, and corporate philanthropic giving to support the Chelsea community. Makes grants ($5,000–$25,000) to 501(c)(3) organizations, government entities, school districts, and universities that provide programs within the area defined by the Chelsea School District.,

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Chelsea Community Garden

Sibley by Timber Town Park, Chelsea

Members tend 20×20-foot organic plots. $20/plot with a $20 deposit (refundable). Orientation for new members.,

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Chelsea Senior Center Meals on Wheels & Senior Cafe programs

512 E. Washington, Chelsea

(734) 4759242 (Chelsea & Manchester)

Delivers nutritious noontime meals to homebound participants and provides lunch daily at the Chelsea Senior Center. For both programs, a $3 suggested donation for people age 60 and above; no one turned away for inability to pay. People under 60 may purchase a meal for $5.,

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Faith in Action

7651 Dan Hoey, Community Bldg. (bldg. C), Dexter

(734) 426–7002

Community resource agency meeting emergency needs and fighting hunger and poverty primarily in the Chelsea and Dexter School District areas, with food pantry access for Scio Farms and anyone in the Grass Lake zip code. Qualified clients can access social workers to help address financial concerns, utility shut-off prevention, eviction prevention, school backpacks, and holiday food and gifts. Staff available by appointment to help with MI Bridges. Mon., Tues., Thurs., & Fri. 9 a.m.–4 p.m., Wed. noon–7 p.m.


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SRSLY Chelsea

775 S. Main, Chelsea

(734) 4742530

SRSLY Chelsea is a youth-led coalition that connects the community to support youth mental health and prevent youth substance use through action, education, and advocacy. SRSLY partners with youth, parents, community organizations, clubs, professionals, and local businesses to provide trainings, events, and other resources for Chelsea youth and families. Programming supports youth in their experience of mental health and making healthy choices, while assisting adults in creating a community that helps youth be their healthiest selves.,