Hispanic Center of Western Michigan

The Hispanic Center of Western Michigan, a non-profit organization serving the needs of the Latino and broader community, strives to provide an avenue for education and openness to promote discussion of the distinctions and values of different nationalities and cultures.
They focus on the common thread that unites all people: a desire for understanding and respecting our differences. The way they do this is by advocating for the dignity of every individual, providing access to services that create equity, and investing in relationships within community, to ensure that the services continue to impact lives.
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El Centro Hispano del Oeste de Michigan, una organización sin fines de lucro que existe para responder a las necesidades de la comunidad latina y demás comunidades afines, esforzan por proveer una vía de acceso para la educación que promueva el diálogo sobre las diferencias y valores de las diversas nacionalidades y culturas. El Centro también se enfoca en el común denominador que une a todas las personas: el deseo por la comprensión y el respeto de nuestras diferencias. Creen que esta experiencia humana en común nos conecta a todos.
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Association for the Blind & Visually Impaired

The Association for the Blind & Visually Impaired offers assistance to people with visual impairment and blindness. The organization provides low vision services, rehabilitation, education, and vision aids. Low Vision Clinics are located in Grand Rapids, Holland, Muskegon and Ludington.

Intercare Community Health Network

Since 1972 InterCare has been providing quality medical and dental care to patients who otherwise might not have a place to go. Focusing on the medically underserved, including our area's migrant population, InterCare provides affordable, accessible care. No matter who you are, where you live, what you earn, or if you have insurance or not, InterCare welcomes you.

1Plus1 Therapy, LLC

1Plus1 Therapy is a family owned and operated pediatric physical therapy clinic located in Zeeland, Michigan. Specializing in helping children of all ages successfully negotiate the daily struggles associated with cerebral palsy, spina bifida and other challenges.
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Compassionate Heart Ministry

Compassionate Heart Ministry is a safe, Christ centered drop in center for young people and adults with physical and cognitive disabilities. We offer a place where friendships and relationships can develop through our mentor based program. Whether it is shooting pool, playing video games, watching movies or just hanging out with new friends and old friends, Compassionate Heart is that place where everyone will feel loved, accepted, and included.
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Developmental Enhancement Behavioral Health

Developmental Enhancement (DE) Behavioral Health provides a wide array of behavioral health services for children and adolescents who may be experiencing developmental, behavioral or emotional difficulties. DE's psychologists and social workers specialize in working with children, and have extensive training and a high level of expertise in both assessment and treatment. DE's services are well-founded in an in-depth knowledge of how children develop and grow over time.
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Generation Care

Our team of pediatric Physical, Occupational and Speech therapists focuses on a comprehensive approach to the special needs of the whole child and family to address the physical, emotional, intellectual, and social needs of the developing child.
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Hope Network Center for Autism

The Center for Autism's Applied Behavior Analysis Clinic is a part of Hope Network's Behavioral Health Services. The Center for Autism is where we diagnose and treat autism spectrum disorders (ASD), providing comprehensive outpatient treatment with an emphasis on evidence-based, early intervention, and ABA therapies with children as young as age 18 months.
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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.