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Human-I-T and GM Partnership Donates 100 Laptops To Southwest Solutions
“The digital divide in our community has made it difficult for many of our consumers to access the important services they need, and we are grateful to GM and human-I-T for this technology donation.”
Southwest Solutions Receives $50K Grant For Teen Suicide-Prevention Program
Southwest Solutions is one of nine organizations in Michigan receiving a grant for suicide-prevention services from a collaboration of funders comprised of Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan, the Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan Foundation, the Michigan Health Endowment Fund, the Children’s Foundation, and the Ethel and James Flinn Foundation.
Career Center Helps Demetrius Become A Truck Driver
Before the Covid crisis, Demetrius Graham had a landscaping business in Detroit. It was doing so well that he was able to employ a few of his relatives. Pandemic restrictions halted Demetrius’ business, but he also took it as a sign that it was time to pursue a different career that he had considered for a long time.
Jamie Ebaugh Named Executive Director of Southwest Counseling Solutions
“I am grateful and excited to have this opportunity to serve in this leadership role,” Jamie said. “I have had the privilege to work alongside so many dedicated and talented staff over the years here at Southwest Counseling. I am reminded daily of our mission and the privilege it is that our clients allow us into their lives to be a part of their journey to wellness.”
Sen. Stabenow visits our mental health program and announces major healthcare initiative
Senator Debbie Stabenow toured our Adult Counseling Services clinic on April 1 and then held a press conference there to discuss a major healthcare initiative that she is championing and spearheading.
Honoring The Empowered Women Working at Southwest Solutions
March was Women’s History Month and, to mark the occasion, our Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) Council invited staff to nominate women at our organization who inspire their colleagues through their work, dedication, and example.
How Detroit Homeowners Struggling With Back Taxes Can Get Help
“My mom died when I was a child and my father wasn’t there for me, so I was determined to be self-sufficient,” Darius said. “My drive to have my own place was part of that.”
My Next Move Third Cohort Graduates!
My Next Move serves youth 15-21 years old who live in southwest Detroit. The program teaches about career development, job readiness, life and leadership skills, and financial literacy.
Newberry Homeowners 35 and 36: Angela and Alisha
“The older I got, the more I thought that homeownership was not possible for me, but then this opportunity came along, and I am excited to take advantage of it, even though I’m still a little nervous,” Angela said.