Helping mothers get into the workforce by offering one-stop community resources including job training, healthcare, education, spiritual support and recreation.
Intensive (out patient) day treatment and family oriented intervention programs for substance abuse and compassionate support for mental healthcare issues.
14,000 lonely and abused Michigan children are in foster care at any given time. We help keep these children safe and cared for through foster parenting and supervised independent living.
We provide a safe, secure and structured environment for youth in court ordered arrangements such as group homes, campus based programs and secured services.
HCCS was the first in the State and one of the first in the country, to routinely build in a family therapy component into all of its treatment services and to develop a fully computerized client information system.
Over half million of Michigan children live in poverty. Roughly 1,500 of our kids are in need of a home. 50% of youth age out of foster care without having completed high school. 65% of foster kids eventually become homeless.
HCCS consistently exceeds professional accreditation standards required by the state and has never wavered in our commitment to providing children in our care with the very best to ensure their safety and well-being.
As each child cries out, we are called to act. In the face of our most formidable economic challenge in our state’s history, we must mount a comprehensive campaign to insure that each child has a strong and capable HCCS.
Kids coming to HCCS have been robbed of their childhood and forced to deal with adult issues that make them grow up way too fast. Our goal at HCCS is to get our kids back to being just kids. We want them to have happy childhood memories and to have life experiences afforded to other children who have stable home environments. We want them to have new and healthy memories.