Free Health Clinics of Michigan

Free Clinics of Michigan (FCOM) is a network of volunteer-staffed free clinics that provide health care services to the uninsured or medically underserved within the State of Michigan.
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Envision Center

Envision Center is an organization providing services to individuals with Autism and their families. Services include Assertive Community Treatment, housing, employment, crisis, case management, outpatient behavioral, youth services, peer supports and mentors and substance abuse.
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Disability Network Southwest Michigan

Disability Network Southwest Michigan provides advocacy, education, peer support, information and referral, transition and independent living services to individuals with disabilities. Offices in Kalamazoo and St. Joseph.

Summit Pointe

Summit Pointe helps those with mental health issues and developmental disability reclaim their independence, regain confidence and learn skills necessary for success. Education is provided to enhance individual skill and help individuals realize their potential. Services provided include autism services, community treatment, therapy, housing and case management.
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Serious Emotional Disturbances Waiver (SEDW)

The Children's Serious Emotional Disturbances Waiver (SEDW) provides services that are enhancements or additions to Medicaid State Plan coverage for children through age 20 with SED. The SEDW is a fee-for-service program administered by the Community Mental Health Services Programs (CMHSP) in some Michigan counties. All eligibility requirements and coverage areas are listed on the site.

Envision Center

Envision Center in Battle Creek offers programs and services specifically to help children with autism. For more information about Envision Center and services available for families dealing with autism, please call 269-965-3206.
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No More Sidelines

No More Sidelines is a non-profit organization, run by volunteers, committed to helping children and young adults with special needs in our community. We provide children and young adults with special needs, ages seven and older, an opportunity to play sports year round and to participate in community events and outings.

Mid-Michigan Autism Association

Mid-Michigan Autism Association is made up of local people working to improve the quality of life for individuals and families living with developmental disability in Mid-Michigan. In 2008 MMAA was started by a small group of parents and professionals who wanted to understand best treatment options and local resources for our kids with autism. Early on we identified that the work we were doing applied to families living with developmental disabilities of all kinds. Thus the by line Autism Driven, not Autism Specific.

Michigan Community Dental Clinics

Michigan Community Dental Clinics has several dental clinics located throughout the state that provide dental services to adults and children on Medicaid, as well as low-income, non-insured individuals. Non-Medicaid patients are provided dental services at a reduced fee.