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MIDDLE SCHOOL CHEER TRYOUTS FOR 7TH AND 8TH GRADERS
WILL BE HELD IN THE HIGH SCHOOL MINI-GYM ON
AUGUST 25TH AND AUGUST 26TH FROM 6-8 P.M. 
AND ON SEPTEMBER 2ND FROM 3-5 P.M.
MACOMB COUNTY INTERMDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT
 

44001 Garfield
Clinton Twp. MI  48038
(586) 228-3300
www.misd.net
Children’s Services Directory
www.misd.net/earlychildhood/directory
http://www.misd.net/index.htm

Macomb County Parent Advisory Committee (PAC)"
http://www.misd.net/SEMGTService/default.htm

Community Resources

Macomb Family Services
67515 Main St. Ste. C
Richmond, MI 48062
www.mfsonline.org

The Refuge
33 Church Street
Mt. Clemens, MI 48043
(586) 463-7338
Youth outreach center for ages 15-20. Offer FREE counseling, referrals, support groups, life skills training, hygiene kits, first aid kits, safer sex kits, and homework help.

New Haven Teen Health Program
57737 Gratiot Avenue/Half-mile north of 26 Mile road
Village of New Haven
(586) 749-5197
Offers free and low cost teen health care

CARE
31900 Utica Road
Fraser, MI 48026
Student Assistance: (586) 541-2273 or Parent Education (586) 541-0033
www.careofmacomb.com
Offers parenting programs, skills for managing anger, teen intervene, and Young women’s lives. Families are provided the opportunity to receive a thorough assessment for children who are experiencing substance use or mental health problems.

New Haven Medical Center & Community Services
58144 Gratiot Ave.
New Haven, MI 48048
Medical Center: (586) 749-5197 
Community Services: (586) 749-5173
www.downrivercs.org

St. Clair County Health Department
3415 28th St., Port Huron, MI 48060
(810) 987-5300
Provides a discount prescription drug program for St. Clair County

Kathleen M. Kropf
Homeless Education Liaison
Macomb Intermediate School District
586-228-3490
kkropf@misd.net

FREE: Pfizer Launches Free Medicines Program For Newly Unemployed

http://www.pfizer.com/home/

Michigan Department of Community Health has launched a new web site
providing information on where to find free or low-cost health care:

 www.michigan.gov/healthcarehelp


DISABILTY RESOURCES 

adults with learning disabilities have every opportunity to succeed in school, work and life. NCLD provides essential information to parents, professionals and individuals with learning disabilities, promotes research and programs to foster effective learning, and advocates for policies to protect and strengthen educational rights and opportunities.


National Attention Deficit Disorder Association (ADDA)
http://www.add.org/
Attention Deficit Disorder Association, ADDA, provides information, resources and networking opportunities to help adults and children with Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (AD/HD) lead better lives.


 COUNSELING OPTIONS

Blue Water Clinic
Port Huron
(810) 985-5125
Center for Counseling
New Baltimore
(586) 716-0980
Eastwood Clinic
St. Clair
(810) 329-5340
Hamilton Psycological Services
Clinton Township
(586) 226-2822
Macomb Family Services
Richmond Office
(586) 727-5529
New Haven Community Services
New Haven
(586) 749-5173
Nor Serv
St. Clair
(810) 329-4798


EMERGENCY RESOURCE LIST

Macomb Intermediate School District-Homeless Education Project
(586) 228-3490
Assists homeless students with basic needs such as backpacks school supplies, clothing, food, and community referrals.

The Right Connection
www.misd.net/connection
A directory of free or low cost community resources for students and their families. Additional resources include employment and training, transportation, parenting classes, child care, and support groups.

United Way
(800) 552-1183
Provides callers with information about referrals to human services for every day needs and in times of crisis, such as basic human needs; physical and mental health; employment supports; support for the elderly and disabled; support for children, youth, and families.

Department of Human Services (DHS)
Can provide low-income families with minor children and pregnant women with cash assistance, food assistance, medical aid, etc.
44600 Delco Blvd., Sterling Heights, MI 48313
(586) 254-1500


SPECIAL SERVICES
 

Director of Special Education
Shirley Matuszewski
(586) 727-3553  
Email: smatuszewski@richmond.k12.mi.us

Special Education Secretary
Lori Lozowski
(586) 727-3553   ext. 6010
Email: llozowski@richmond.k12.mi.us

School Social Worker
Jennifer Cleland
(586) 727-2509   ext. 1013
Email: jcleland@richmond.k12.mi.us

School Social Worker
Nancy Laratonda
(586) 727-3225   ext. 3601
Email: nlaratonda@richmond.k12.mi.us

Speech Therapist
Lisa Robertson
(586) 727-2509   ext. 1703
Email: lrobertson@richmond.k12.mi.us

Speech Therapist
Tracie Turner
(586) 727-2509   ext. 1403
Email: tturner@richmond.k12.mi.us

Speech Therapist
Janet Mackezyk
(586) 727-7552   ext. 2501
Email: jmackezyk@richmond.k12.mi.us


MACOMB COUNTY CRISIS CENTER
 

(586) 307-9100
24 Hour Helpline

Macomb County Directory of Children’s Services

Detroit Institute for Children
(313) 832-1100
For physical, neurological, and developmental deficits

Early On Macomb (MISD)
(586) 228-331

Learning Disabilities Association of Michigan
(517) 485-8160

Mental Health Association in Michigan
(248) 647-1711

Michigan Association for Deaf, Hearing, and Speech Services
(517) 487-0066

Michigan Association for Children with Emotional Disorders (MACED)
(248) 433-2200

National Alliance for the Mentally Ill
1-800-950-NAMI
National Center for Youth with Disabilities
1-800-695-0285

Special Olympics
(989) 774-3911

Stuttering Foundation of America
1-800-992-9392

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