Join us for Fun Day in the Park at Shamrock Park in Clare on June 17 from 11 AM-2 PM!
We'll have activities, crafts, food, entertainment by Beverly Meyer, The Music Lady, and bike helmets while supplies last! And lots of information and resources for your littles.
For more information, contact Sara at 989-386-3805 ext 1057 or email@example.com
Enrolling your family in Early Head Start supports family-child relationships that encourage healthy growth and development for early learning and success.
Complete an interest form online or call or text 1-877-386-4406. Services for children from birth through three and those who are pregnant.
Give your child the best start with Early Head Start! Learn more here.
For assistance with water and sewer bills, shut-offs, and reconnection fees, we may be able to help! Call the office nearest you:
Bay City: 989-894-9060
Big Rapids: 231-660-0271
Reed City: 231-791-7078
or email firstname.lastname@example.org
“Access to clean, running water and safe wastewater systems are critical for the health and wellbeing of our communities,” said Eva Rohlman, Mid Michigan CAA Outreach Director. “We are thrilled to be able to expand this vital service.”
The Housing Choice Voucher waiting lists are opening for Gladwin, Huron, Montcalm, Newaygo, Osceola, Sanilac, and Tuscola Counties!
You may qualify if
— your household is low-income
— you need assistance paying rent
—you reside or work in a county with an open waiting list
—and the rental unit you choose to live in meets the Housing Quality Standards inspection and rental limits set forth by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD)
To see if your county waitlist is open, visit http://ow.ly/V2ZA50I1oSr
To complete an application, visit https://mshda.myhousing.com/
If you are homeless or in danger of becoming homeless, call or text 1-877-213-5955
We have positions available across Mid Michigan in fields including Early Childhood Education, Weatherization, Accounting, Human Services, and more!
Learn what it's like to work here.
Learn more about what we do.
May is Community Action Month! This month gives us an opportunity to promote all the work Community Action Agencies do, including all the ways Mid Michigan Community Action can help:
We can assist with food, housing, early childhood education, home energy savings, energy assistance, employment support, homebuyer assistance and more!
Learn more about all the ways we can help: https://www.mmcaa.org/howwehelp.html
Preschool is enrolling now! Give your child a head start and apply today! Call 989-386-8075 or complete an application online. Children in Clare and Gladwin Counties who will be 3 or 4 on September 1st, 2022 are eligible for the 2022-2023 school year.
Did you know children enrolled in Preschool transition to kindergarten ready and eager to learn?
Our program provides structured play time, activities, and learning opportunities for children and support for their families. Learn more about our Preschool program.
WIC has increased the monthly fruit and veggie benefits to
—$24 for children
—$43 for pregnant and postpartum participants
—$47 for fully and partially breastfeeding participants
through September 30, 2022. Be sure to redeem these added benefits for your family!
To gain access to all these benefits and more, enroll in WIC! Call 989-832-7310, text 989-220-1076, or email WIC@mmcaa.org. For more information about our WIC program, visit http://ow.ly/79SW50DxJIY
WIC is for moms, dads, grandparents, foster parents, and all sorts of caregivers who are pregnant or have a child from birth through 5. To learn more about all of our early childhood programs, visit http://ow.ly/p8xI50DxJIZ
WIC clients can now purchase alternate formulas until further notice due to the Abbott recall. To see your available alternates, visit http://ow.ly/Bcbh50IfrSJ. Call your local WIC office with questions.
Low-income seniors 60 and over may be eligible for our monthly food box program! Register at the next distribution site near you. Call 989-386-3805 with any questions.
Our senior food program provides a monthly food package tailored for older adults age 60 or above that can help stretch their food dollars and add nutritious foods to their diet for good health. It offers a variety of American-grown USDA Foods that can fit into a healthy eating pattern:
• Canned fruits—unsweetened or lightly sweetened
• Canned vegetables—low sodium or no salt added
• Low fat dairy—cheese and shelf stable milk
• Whole grains—oats, whole grain noodles and cereals
• Variety of proteins—dry beans, lean meats, poultry, fish
The senior food package provides:
• Protein, calcium, iron, vitamins A, C, and D, and other nutrients that promote health
• Low sodium foods for heart health
Learn more about all the services we offer for seniors.
Free income tax preparation assistance is available for residents of Clare, Gladwin, Mecosta, and Osceola Counties! Our program runs through April 18th.
Have your taxes prepared safely, confidentially, and at no cost to you by IRS-trained and certified volunteers.
Call the office nearest you to schedule an appointment:
Big Rapids: 231-660-0271
Reed City: 231-791-7078
Virtual and in-person filing options are available.
Learn more about our income tax preparation here.
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