|4-H Youth Programs|
1200 North Telegraph Road, Department 416 - Pontiac MI 48341 - (248) 858-0889
Oakland County 4-H is a program of Michigan State University Extension. 4-H provides youth development programs that involve volunteers in providing positive, experiential, educational opportunities for and with youth. Our mission is to create environments, through collaboration, that build strong, healthy youth who are proactive in a complex and changing world.
|Big Brothers/Big Sisters|
20377 Greenfield Suite 430 - Southfield MI 48075 - (248) 569-0600
Big Brothers Big Sisters of America, the oldest mentoring organization serving youth in the country, remains the leading expert in our field. BBBSA has provided one-to-one mentoring relationships between adult volunteers and children at risk since 1904. BBBSA currently serves over 100,000 children and youth in more than 500 agencies throughout all of the United States.
1410 Telegraph - Bloomfield MI 48302 - (248) 456-0909
Common Ground provides a lifeline for individuals and families in crisis, victims of crime, persons with mental illness, people trying to cope with critical situations and runaway and homeless youths. Helping people in need for more than 40 years, Common Ground serves more than 40,000 individuals per year. The majority of services are free of charge and 91 percent of every dollar received goes to direct service.
|HOSTS (Helping One Student to Succeed) Mentoring|
HOSTS matches trained community volunteers, business partners, and student mentors with at-risk students to accelerate learning in Reading, Language Arts, Spanish Language Arts, and Math.
|Oakland County Child Care Council|
2111 Cass Lake Road, Suite 104 - Keego Harbor MI 48320 - (248) 681-9192
The Oakland County Community Coordinated Child Care (4C) Council brings together those people concerned with the welfare of young children through sharing information, advocating for change, and utilizing community resources. The Council's goals are to educate the community on child care issues, to provide assistance and training to child care providers as well as to develop and provide program activities based on community needs.
|Oakland County Friend of the Court|
P.O. Box 436012 - Pontiac MI 48343-6012 - (248) 858-0424
Friend of the Court website:
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|Oakland County Health Department|
1200 North Telegraph, Building 34 E - Pontiac MI 48341 - (248) 858-1401
Oakland County Health Division's mission is to protect the public's health through health promotion, disease prevention and protection of the environment.
|Oakland Family Services|
114 Orchard Lake Road - Pontiac MI 48341 - (248) 858-7766
Oakland Family Services is a private non-profit agency which has provided high quality education, behavioral health, family support and preservation services to families.
|Orchards Children's Services|
30215 Southfield Road - Southfield MI 48076 - (248) 433-8600
Orchards Children's Services has been serving children and families in Wayne, Oakland and Macomb County, Michigan for more than 30 years. From its beginning as a small residential treatment center for pre-adolescent boys, Orchards has grown to become Michigan's largest private foster care agency and its second largest private adoption agency. Orchards Children's Services is a private, non-profit, nonsectarian child welfare agency.
|Orion Area Youth Assistance|
455 East Scripps - Lake Orion MI 48360 - (248) 693-6878
Orion Area Youth Assistance is an organization of volunteers in the Lake Orion area, working with the Oakland County Probate Court, schools, police, parents, youth and other community resources to help families and young people find solutions to their individual and collective problems.
The primary goal is the prevention of delinquency and neglect through citizen involvement and the coordination of community resources on behalf of youth.
O.A.Y.A has no legal or judicial function. Participation is voluntary.
|Orion Township Public Library Children's Services|
825 Joslyn Road - Lake Orion MI 48362 - (248) 693-3000
Children's literature is better than ever and keeps improving. The needs of children and their parents, educators and caregivers is met with a great variety of sources in our collection. Choices range from baby board books to preteen novels to magazines, even access to computers. Come for a visit and a whole new world will open for you.
|Parents of Autistic Children|
3961 Morgan Road - Orion Township MI 48359 - (248) 391-4634
Box 300098 - Waterford MI 48330 - (248) 674-4924
Special Olympics is a nonprofit program of sports training and competition for individuals with mental retardation. Founded in 1968 by Eunice Kennedy Shriver, Special Olympics provides year-round training and athletic competition for more than one million athletes in nearly 150 countries and all 50 states in the United States.
|United Way Success by Six|
445 East Scripps Road - Lake Orion MI 48360 - (248) 693-5439
The Early Childhood Care and Education Initiative of North Oakland County is a partnership between the United Way of Oakland county and a variety of early childhood organizations that are dedicated to raising the quality of child care throughout North Oakland County. These Partners are working to educate and encourage child care providers, parents, businesses, and the general public to create safe, enriching, early learning environments for the youngest members of our community.
|Women's Survival Center|
761 West Huron 2nd Floor - Pontiac MI 48341 - (248) 335-2685
The Women's Survival Center's mission is to empower women and families to attain economic autonomy and a sense of self-worth, thereby fulfilling their human potential. This self-worth will increase their economic, political, and social participation society without barriers.
M - Th : 9:30am - 9:00pm
F - Sa : 9:30am - 5:00pm
Su : Closed