Shifman & Carlson P.C. 31700 Middlebelt Rd, Farmington Hills, MI48334 Shifman & Carlson P.C. offers services in real estate and municipal law. It works with businesses and nonprofit…More organizations.
Sweet Dreamzzz 23660 Research Dr, Farmington Hills, MI48335 A nonprofit organization provides sleep education to at-risk, school-aged children, with songs, games and activities to…More teach good sleep habits. The organization distributes sleep kits (including T-shirts, socks, sleeping bags and stuffed animals). Since its foundation, Sweet Dreamzzz has helped more than 26,000 children improve sleep habits.
Heritage & History Center 24725 Farmington Rd, Farmington Hills, MI48336 In the historic Palmer Sherman House, the Heritage & History Center is the only museum in Farmington Hills dedicated…More to sharing local heritage and history. The collection includes numerous artifacts, photos, documents and books. The museum is operated by Pastways, a 501(c)3 nonprofit corporation.
YMCA 28100 Farmington Rd, Farmington Hills, MI48334 The YMCA is a nonprofit gym and community center with a presence in 10,000 neighborhoods across the United States.…More Programs at the Farmington Hills location include health and fitness, aquatics, camping, family, childcare, community development, arts, sports and teams.
Community Network Services 38855 Hills Tech Dr, Farmington Hills, MI48331 As a mental healthcare provider, Community Network Services offers assessment, case management, and psychiatric,…More therapy, and recovery services. It is a nonprofit organization that employs more than 200 professionals, paraprofessionals, and support staff. The organization has a second location in Waterford.
The Arch Environmental Group 23937 Research Dr, Farmington Hills, MI48335 The Arch Environmental Group is a nonprofit organization offering environmental education to schools and communities.…More Contact The Arch Environmental Group at the telephone number provided for additional information on services offered and availability.
Deaf & Hearing Impaired Services 25882 Orchard Lake Rd, Farmington Hills, MI48336 Deaf & Hearing Impaired Services is located in the Civic Center Office Plaza. This nonprofit agency assists deaf…More individuals as well as individuals who have trouble hearing. The agency provides sign language interpreters at both public and private events and in special situations. The agency also offers outreach programs, community education, sign language classes, assisting devices for the deaf, and information and referrals.
Co/Op Optical 31225 Orchard Lake Rd, Farmington Hills, MI48334 In business for over thirty years, Co/Op Optical has eleven locations throughout southeast Michigan that provide eye…More exams and general vision care, glasses, and contacts. Co/Op Optical in Farmington Hills offers discounts for college students and senior citizens, and also provides coupons for discounts on eye exams and glasses on their website. Co/Op Optical is also actively involved in the local community through donations to various nonprofits and a scholarship fund for local students.
Founded in 1995 to support after-school programming for local children, the Farmington-Farmington Hills Foundation…More for Youth and Families is a privately funded organization.
The foundation supports community organizations that benefit children and families. In 2006, the foundation partnered with the Community Foundation of Southeast Michigan to provide financial support to a wider range of nonprofits.
Since 1995, the foundation has distributed nearly $500,000 in grants to such organizations as Boys and Girls Republic, after school programming for local middle-schoolers, Minority Student Achievement Network and Samaritan Counseling Center.
Chaldean American Ladies of Charity 32000 Northwestern Hwy, Farmington Hills, MI48334 The Chaldean American Ladies of Charity (CALC) is a nonprofit community organization that serves the needs of the…More 120,000 Chaldeans living in the metro Detroit area. The main mission of the organization is to preserve the Chaldean heritage and help the needy Chaldean families in the area. The organization offers the following programs: refugee resettlement services, senior citizen and youth services, mentoring, helping needy families emotionally and economically and refugee mental health programs. Through awareness, advocacy, education, advice and support, CALC fulfills its mission. Donations are accepted via the Web site.