Our annual Back to School Bash at Clark Park in southwest Detroit took place on August 16, and about 1200 children and parents attended. We…
Family Alliance for Change (FAFC) Resource Hub is a parent-driven program that supports, educates and empowers parents and caregivers of children with mental health challenges in Wayne County.
The core services provided by FAFC are:
FAFC serves as the parent voice for the Detroit Wayne Mental Health Authority and as the parent liaison to the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services. FAFC began in 1994 and became a program of Southwest Solutions in 2017.
A Parent Support Partner (PSP) is the parent or caregiver of a child with emotional, behavioral or other mental health challenges who supports families with children who have such challenges as well. A PSP:
The Legal Self-Help Center helps visitors use the Michigan Legal Help website to get information about civil legal matters, including housing rights, public benefits, family matters (such as divorce or child support), credit and debt issues, employment, immigration, and more.
The Center is staffed by navigators who cannot provide legal advice, but they can answer questions about court practices and processes, help explain forms that are available on the website, and guide you in your research.
The Center is located at the Family Alliance for Change office on the fourth floor of 5716 Michigan Avenue in Detroit. It is open Mondays and Wednesdays from 9:00am – 3:00pm. Visitors can access computers and printers during these hours.
Help is available in both English and Spanish. All services at the Center are free.
Providing Medicaid-reimbursed services through 13 community mental health organizations.