Community

Awakening Faith Church
27629 John R
Madison Heights MI
48071
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Monique Stephens

The vision of Awakening Faith Ministries is to do our part in bringing the Body of Christ to a state of oneness in the spirit. There have been many who have not had the heart of our Heavenly Father and have scattered the sheep for gain or glory. Awakening Faith Ministries will restore hope in those who are seeking the truth and an authentic manifestation of the Holy Spirit.

Also, it is the desire of AFM to assist the believer in true, holistic spiritual maturity. The way we accomplish this goal is by awakening every believer; placing focus on God’s will that every believer be filled and led by the Holy Spirit; and encouraging every believer to discover their God given purpose and pursue it with great intensity!

http://www.awakeningfaithchurch.org/
248-607-3261
Bowl One
1639 E 14 Mile Rd
Troy MI
48083
Janet Gensman

Community Bowling Centers are one of the finest chains of independently owned bowling centers in the country. We own and operate nine modern bowling centers located throughout Detroit.

Our mission is to provide a top quality bowling experience so that our bowling guests and their families will return again and again. We provide top notch bowling centers, quality activities, and events along with exceptional service and personal attention to our guests.

Did you know that kids vote bowling birthday parties #1? At Community Bowling Centers we have great Kids Birthday Party Packages available or we’ll customize a birthday party package for your child.

We also offer great bowling leagues and host local, state and national bowling tournaments too!

At Community Bowling Centers we have also helped groups, charities and many others raise over $100,000 with bowling fundraisers. Fund raisers can be a real hassle, but we make it easy to raise lots of money FAST!

https://bowldetroit.com/about-us-2/
248-588-4850
Knights of Columbus – 7239
30191 Dequindre
Madison Heights Mi
48071
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Darren Gray
http://www.kofc7239.org/
248-302-8918
Madison Heights Intermediate Womens Club
30149 Westwood, Madison Heights, MI
48071
Allison Dutton
www.gfwcmhiwc.shutterfly.com
(248) 589-1495
Society of St. Vincent de Paul
28720 Stephenson Hwy
Madison Heights MI
48071
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Christa Lloyd-Burnley

Inspired by Gospel values, the Society of St. Vincent de Paul, a Catholic lay organization, leads women and men to join together to grow spiritually by offering person-to-person service to those who are needy and suffering in the tradition of its founder, Blessed Frederic Ozanam, and patron, St. Vincent de Paul.

As a reflection of the whole family of God, Members, who are known as Vincentians, are drawn from every ethnic and cultural background, age group, and economic level. Vincentians are united in an international society of charity by their spirit of poverty, humility and sharing, which is nourished by prayer and reflection, mutually supportive gatherings and adherence to a basic Rule.

Organized locally, Vincentians witness God’s love by embracing all works of charity and justice. The Society collaborates with other people of good will in relieving need and addressing its causes, making no distinction in those served because, in them, Vincentians see the face of Christ.

Store and donation center on Stephenson in Madison Heights.

http://www.svdpdetroit.org
248-591-4396
The Healing Haven
30821 Barrington
Madison Heights MI
48071
Steve Eick

Provide behavioral and holistic services for families of children with special needs and the children themselves. Counseling, training and education are offered.

http://www.thehealinghaven.net
248-891-9271
Ferndale Friends
Box 20076
Ferndale MI
48220
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Steffie Loveless

Ferndale Friends…
is truly “Your Neighborly Newspaper!” Every page and every article is about Ferndale – the people who live here, the businesses located in our city, our clubs and organizations, and the activities which take place here.

We’ve grown tremendously over the last four years, more than tripling both our circulation and page count. We had almost 160 ads in our last edition!

Our mission…
is to enjoy an unmatched readership loyalty – people love the paper and look forward eagerly to each edition – because it is all about the town we love.

Written & produced by…
YOUR NEIGHBORS! Every one of us lives in Ferndale. Unlike the reporters from the corporate papers, we come home to Ferndale every night. We know our city like no one else.

This isn’t a job for us – we publish FERNDALE FRIENDS because we’re proud of our town, and we want to bring our neighbors closer together. Some of us bring many years of publishing experience to the project, but we welcome the participation of any Ferndale resident.

https://www.ferndalefriends.net/about/
248-545-4215
New Horizons Rehab
32021 Howard
Madison Heights MI
48071
Shannon Debono

We provide a wide array of vocational and other rehabilitation services
to people with disabilities as well as those with other barriers to
employment. We have grown to six branch locations with numerous
work sites in the community. In order to continually expand our services,
New Horizons works diligently with referral and funding sources to help
make employment services more readily available and accessible to
persons with disabilities.

http://www.newhorizonsrehab.org
248-688-6271
Peronalized Nursing LIGHT House
30671 Stephenson Suite C
Madison Heights MI
48071
Nancy Solomon

PNLH offers a variety of consumer friendly programs including:

  • Sub Acute Detox for Men (2015) & Women (2013)
  • Day Treatment: 5 days per week, 4.5 hours per day.
  • Intensive Outpatient Programs with Domicile (IOPD – PNLH was a Pioneer in developing this level of care in the early 1990’s).
  • Enhanced Outpatient Programs with and without Domicile (PNLH, a leader in developing this level of care in 2006).
  • Peer to Peer Recovery Coaches (One of the first in southeastern Michigan to offer this service).
  • Short Term Residential (Gender specific): Services: 24 hour supervision for less than 28 days in length (beginning October 2009 for females, February 2015 for men).  These are gender specific, trauma focused programs.
  • Case Management:                                                               Strength based, client focused case management services both for PNLH funded clients and across the provider network for select treatment centers funded by DWMHA & Oakland County.
  • Partial Hospitalization:  6 hours per day, 5 days per week of clinical groups and individual treatment.
  • Clinical assessments:
    2 hour clinical assessment completed by masters prepared clinicians assessing for SA and MH related issues.
  • Alumni support groups (monthly):
    All alumni are welcomed to a monthly support group facilitated by a PNLH therapist
  • Drivers License Appeals:
    Assessment and written report for persons seeking their license renewals
  • Suboxone detoxification services
    Provided by PNLH’s physicians.
  • Recovery orientated trainings/seminars
    One to 3 day seminars for persons in the early stages of change.
  • Outpatient
To find out more about these programs or which one might be best for you or your referral, please contact our admission’s coordinator:   1 800 467 7654
http://www.pnlh.org
248-721-9954