As winter property taxes begin arriving, if you are behind on your property taxes or concerned that you may not be able to make your property tax payment, call the office nearest you:
Bay City: 989-894-9060
Big Rapids: 231-660-0271
Reed City: 231-791-7078
We can help you understand your options and find the best solution for your home. Learn more about all the ways we can help.
Mid Michigan Community Action Agency (Mid Michigan CAA) is seeking volunteers for the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program.
Tax preparation and greeter positions are available with opportunities in Clare, Gladwin, Mecosta, and Osceola Counties. No experience is necessary. Volunteers will receive free training and mileage reimbursements for travel to and from sites.
Those interested in volunteering should contact Sheri Nartker at 989-386-3805 ext. 1024 or email@example.com.
Mid Michigan CAA will offer virtual and in-person return options. Volunteers will be able to choose if they would like to work in an office setting or remotely. Social distancing practices will be required for in-person appointments.
“Each year our VITA volunteers help hundreds of households claim their maximum refund including all credits without filing costs or hidden fees,” said Eva Rohlman, Mid Michigan CAA Outreach Director. “Last year they filed 691 returns, and their hard work brought $576,712 back into our communities.”
Volunteer training will begin in January 2022 and tax preparation will run from February through April of 2022.
Learn more about our tax preparation program here.
Mid Michigan Community Action guides local residents on the path to self-sufficiency through empowerment, education and community enrichment.
Mid Michigan Community Action Agency (Mid Michigan CAA) helps those experiencing housing insecurity with services ranging from temporary shelter to rental assistance.
Services are available for those who are experiencing homelessness or at risk of becoming homeless, including those who are in danger of losing their primary residence, fleeing domestic violence, staying with friends or family, living in a place considered uninhabitable, staying in a shelter, lacking a fixed residence, and more.
Residents of Arenac, Bay, Clare, Gladwin, Mecosta, and Osceola Counties and veterans in Lake, Newaygo, Midland, and Saginaw Counties experiencing or at risk of homelessness can call or text 877-213-5955 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
“Safe and affordable housing is a basic quality of life component,” said Eva Rohlman, Mid Michigan CAA Outreach Director. “With funding available to help in more circumstances than ever, we are proud to offer assistance to those experiencing housing insecurity to help them find a safe, stable place to call home.”
Over the last year, Mid Michigan CAA assisted 255 households who were unhoused or at risk of becoming homeless.
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