Mid Michigan Community Action Agency (Mid Michigan CAA), is expanding services to low-income individuals and families in Bay, Clare, Gladwin, Mecosta, Midland, and Osceola Counties with programs aimed at giving households a hand up toward self-sufficiency in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Mid Michigan CAA is a non-profit that has been serving central Michigan communities since 1966. The organization’s mission is to guide local residents on the path to self-sufficiency through empowerment, education and community enrichment.
Services will initially include housing stability support, food assistance, and critical needs assistance. Eligible households may receive help with past-due mortgage payments, late property taxes, food vouchers, water shut-offs, and other household emergencies.
The goal is to help alleviate a household crisis while also identifying a path toward self-sufficiency.
"We are eager to begin offering critical services during an unprecedented crisis. We are looking forward to working with our community partner organizations to help meet the needs of low-income households," said Executive Director Jill Sutton.
To speak with staff about assistance available, email us at email@example.com or call the office nearest you: Bay City: 989-894-9060, Big Rapids: 231-660-0271, Farwell: 989-386-3805, Gladwin: 989-426-2801, Midland: 989-832-7377, or Reed City: 231-791-7078. Due to ongoing social distancing measures appointments may be taken over the phone.
“For now, we will provide most services remotely. It’s a challenging time, but we feel strongly that making services available as soon as we can will help local residents toward recovery from the pandemic challenges,” Sutton added.
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