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.

Western Michigan University Music Therapy Clinic

The Clinic offers therapy to a variety of clientele including pediatric, adolescent, adult and geriatric clients. All music therapy services are provided by qualified graduate or undergraduate music therapy students under the supervision of Board Certified Music Therapists on the faculty of Western Michigan University. All sessions are specifically designed to meet each client's individual needs.

Wings of Mercy of West Michigan

Wings of Mercy is a volunteer pilot organization that assists patients in need of transportation to distant medical facilities.

Lights Up Sound Down-Sensory Friendly Movies at Goodrich Quality Theaters

A monthly program, hosted by Goodrich Quality Theaters, open to everyone, but specifically giving families & children with Autism and sensory issues the opportunity to enjoy their favorite movies in a comfortable, sensory - friendly setting with the lights turned up and volume turned down in the auditorium.

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.

Autism Agricultural Community Option for Residential Need

The mission of the Autism Agricultural Community Option for Residential Need (AACORN) Farm is to provide life enrichment opportunities and residential options for adults with developmental disabilities in a supportive inclusive community. Their core values are (1) Promoting dignity and meaning in the lives of adults with developmental disabilities; (2) Cultivating a climate of mutual respect and understanding; (3) Encouraging fulfilling activities while building new skills; (4) Providing choices for those who receive few; (5) Supporting the development of peer relationships; (6) Making positive contributions to the community; and (7) Respecting the environment.