You may have lost your job, status, a partner, housing, health insurance, safety, and don’t know where to turn.

We offer a one-stop “shop,” where you can problem-solve and connect with community resources in addition to our own:

Personal counseling*   |  Treat yourself: Skills for healthy living   |  Momshare support group   |  Divorce Q + A, law education & support  |  Job coaching Financial counseling Community resources*

[*partially supported by a grant from Washtenaw Coordinated Funders]

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  • two older white woman talking and laughing

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  • pregnant women of various ethnicities sitting in a circle in a rooom talking and getting support

You benefit from:

  • an awareness of specific challenges that women face
  • fees aligned with income
  • a collaborative and transparent treatment model
  • emphasis on relationships
  • attention to your family, social, cultural, and financial context
  • care coordination via our 350+ community services database
  • fewer barriers to services
  • What Clients Say

    Our job coaching sessions are very structured and informative … but more important to me, the facilitator is kind, genuine, and thoughtful.  She guides and teaches me and gives me hope.  I don’t know where my hope would come from if it weren’t for this program.
    I am so thankful for the ability to work with my schedule, and that I was able to be honest and not judged.
    I have been in and out of outpatient therapy since I was 10 years old.  This experience has been exclusively the only experience that has empowered me, dealt with all my concerns and helped me be an active part of my treatment plan.  She and I, together, worked to help the butterfly leave the cocoon.  I did the work, but she helped guide me to freedom.
    My counselor helped me in so many ways-regaining my confidence, taking control of situations-or letting go (knowing the difference)-and learning how to take care of me. She helped me from feeling helpless and devastated to being confident with my decisions and feelings. She helped me change, ‘I should,’ to ‘I want,’ and to know the difference.