CARE of Southeastern Michigan is a non-profit organization established to provide solution focused services in the community. CARE of Southeastern Michigan promotes prevention by providing educational resources to avoid negative influences. We also create pathways by linking people with treatment and support, as well as help individuals to discover purpose to move past life's challenges. Each year we impact the lives of over 40,000 individuals from early childhood to older adults through our diverse programming.
Health Care Check In with Senator Debbie Stabenaw. Senator Stabenaw met with our peer recovery coaches and administration to discuss our work in the recovery community.
Monique Stanton, President & CEO, with Mark Kilgore, Project VOX coordinator, discussing the importance of the investment in Michigan by Bloomberg Philanthropy to address and ultimately develop sustainable solutions to the opioid epidemic.
CARE staff members Dominique, Chris, and Catheryn are registering bike riders for CARE's Annual Ride 4 Recovery event.
Monique, Tommy, Paul, and Nick at the Unite to Face Addiction - Michigan Rally at the Michigan State Capital in Lansing.