Impact of your Donation
People are struggling throughout Michigan. Some of these struggles—like the opioid crisis—make the news every night. Others—including struggles with parenting, mental health, stress, and trauma—while more common, prove harder to talk about. Especially when they are close to home.
By supporting CARE of Southeastern Michigan, you’re helping people directly address substance abuse and other issues in their lives and communities—effectively and through proven strategies. Our programs focus on prevention, parenting, teen outreach and services, mental and emotional health, and other areas vital to personal and community well-being.
There are many ways you can support CARE and the community we serve:
- Make an online donation, choose one time or monthly giving
- Donate ‘In Honor’ or ‘In-Memory’ of someone special in your life
- Corporate partnerships
- Host an event to benefit CARE programs
If you have questions about supporting CARE and/or making a donation, please contact our Development Department at firstname.lastname@example.org.
No one is an exception. If you’re in the hospital or drug court or wherever you are, having a complete stranger walk into the room and say ‘Hey … I’m here for you, and I can help you out on your journey’ is powerful.
Supporting CARE, Supporting Communities
Our team of community organizers, counselors, peer recovery coaches, facilitators, educators, and substance abuse professionals (SAPs) provide care and support informed by life experience, public-health best practices, and an unwavering commitment to those seeking assistance.
Through education, support, service referrals, job training, and other programs we help individuals looking to change their lives and improve their communities. We know that there are many different paths to a healthy life—and are absolutely committed to helping every person find and stay on their chosen path.
Thank you for supporting CARE, our programs, our services, and recovery in Southeastern Michigan.
We don’t give up on anyone. We’re here when they’re ready. No one has to do this alone.
Shalynn R: The Reason I Want to Be A Social Worker
CARE helped me to find a huge part of who I am. I love everything that I do with them, and I can’t wait to have a career where I get to do that sort of thing every day. That is the reason that I want to be a social worker.