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This grant supports the Hannan Center’s efforts to develop the Grandparents Raising Grandchildren Community Navigator Program in Detroit.
The Michigan League for Public Policy's mission is to foster economic opportunity, independence and security for Michigan's economically vulnerable populations by shaping public policies through ob
Catholic Charities provides service to people in need, advocates for justice in social structures, and calls the entire church and other people of good will to do the same.
The Detroit Health Department’s mission is to work in partnership with Detroiters to protect and promote their health, well-being, safety and resilience. The purpose of this grant is to h
This grant will support the City of Detroit, Office of Sustainability efforts to bring a health equity lens and mitigate unintended consequences in the implementation of the rental registry ordinan
The National Center for Health Housing (NCHH) is the preeminent national nonprofit dedicated to securing healthy homes for all.
The nonprofit corporation fosters healthy, safe homes for children by engaging in research, reporting, training and policymaking on housing-related health issues.
Since its founding in 1977 by futurist Alvin Toffler, the institute has developed reports on the future of public health, education, climate change, the information revolution and many other subjec
Michigan’s largest state government department is responsible for health policy and management of publicly funded health-service systems, which serve approximately 2 million residents annuall
Through its Enterprise Green Communities program, this national organization offers wide-ranging assistance to developers for creating affordable, environmentally responsible, low-income housing th
The association is a member organization composed of Federally Qualified Health Centers in Michigan.
The organization is a strong supporter of health care policy reform and serves as the lead agency for the Michigan Consumers for Healthcare Advancement Coalition, an alliance working to ensure the
Since its founding in 1977 by noted futurist Alvin Toffler, the institute has developed reports on the future of public health, education, climate change, the information revolution, and many other
The nonprofit corporation fosters healthy, safe homes for children by engaging in research, reporting, training, and policymaking on housing-related health issues.
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