A nonprofit, grassroots social lab that builds community while solving problems. We believe that as human beings we can all do a better job extending grace to each other and to ourselves. We provide opportunities to do so by forming collaborative relationships and offering programs and events to nurture, educate and inspire individuals so together we can address issues of social justice and human rights.
At the HumUnity Center, it is our hope to unite community and provide acceptance and support in helping all individuals seeking help to overcome obstacles that prevent emotional wellness. Through peer-support, group support, education and volunteerism we enable people to achieve a better quality of life. Healthy individuals yield healthy relationships, which yield healthy communities.
Located in the basement of
Harbor Unitarian Universalist Church
(use the McGraft entrance)
at 1296 Montgomery Street
Inside Nims Neighborhood
Open the 1st & 3rd Saturday
of each month from 10 am to 6 pm.
Core6Counseling's mission is to provide personalized, high-quality services on an as-needed or preventative basis.
We work hard to create an environment that allows our Client's to receive the best possible counseling experience.
We are dedicated to working with each individual in order to provide informed, confidential and consistent services.
Our goal is to provide you with the tools you need to reach your counseling objectives. This is done in a way that allows you to continue using these tools even after your formal counseling is complete.
We are knowledgeable in LGBTQ+ issues.
The Suicide Prevention Coalition meets monthly. These are open meetings on the second Tuesday of each month at 10:00 am at HealthWest, 376 E. Apple Ave., Muskegon. Please contact Michael Pyne at 231-724-6618 if you are interested in attending.
The Coalition has a “Suicide Prevention Plan” that focuses on these guiding principles: 1. Promoting awareness. 2. Reducing stigma. 3. Increasing protective factors & decrease risk factors. 4. Promoting community resources. 5. Education of community/health providers on the “Suicide Safer Community” approach.
With roots dating back to the 1970s, we are the most experienced provider of hospice care in Michigan. Currently serving approximately 4,700 patients annually in 46 counties, we’re also the largest in our state, and among the largest recognized 501c3 non-profit advanced illness management organizations in the nation.
We provide care for all—regardless of age, diagnosis, or ability to pay. Last year, our commitment extended $4 million beyond what was reimbursed by insurance. Because we welcome those who are uninsured, or whose treatment is more expensive than what other hospices can provide, we depend on the financial support of our donors for the treatments, medications, services, grief support, and spiritual care of patients and families in need.
The McLaughlin Community Fellowship hosts support circles, meetings, small gatherings, enrichment workshops, art workshops, and other events so our neighbors in Muskegon can best thrive wholly.
Empowering our LGBTQ community through supportive services and awareness. Grand Rapids Pride Center aims to be the center of a vibrant and inclusive community that supports all LGBTQ individuals.
The purpose of West Shore Pride is to build community, visibility, and equality for LGBTQ individuals in Mason County and the surrounding areas.
Planned Parenthood is a trusted health care provider, an informed educator, a passionate advocate, and a global partner helping similar organizations around the world. Planned Parenthood delivers vital reproductive health care, sex education, and information to millions of women, men, and young people worldwide.
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