THERE'S NO PLACE LIKE HOME A Better Life for Judson Center Kids through Interior Design

Royal Oak, Michigan - With no hope, joy, or suitable family alternatives, abused and
neglected children often come to Judson Center's Residential Care program as a last
resort for a place to call home. Many of these children suffer from physical and
emotional scars as a result of their abusive environments. The International Interior
Design Association (IIDA) is helping Judson Center take steps toward making a
difference in the lives of these kids through Interior Design.

BluFish and Starr Commonwealth win at State public relation's awards ceremony

On Thursday April 27, ad agencies, pr firms and organizations gathered at the Kellogg Center on the campus of Michigan State University awaiting the outcome of the 2006 PRSA (Public Relations Society of America) Public Relations Awards. Starr Commonwealth, a leading child service organization and Midwest Children's charity was the big winner of 5 First Place Pinnacle Awards from 5 different entrant categories.

Senator Stabenow is guest at Alison House groundbreaking

After more than seven years of planning, development and HUD review, Lutheran Social Services of Michigan (LSSM) broke ground January 10 for the construction of Alison House, a 14-unit single level apartment building in Delta Township, just outside Lansing, for adults with physical disabilities. More than 70 persons attended the ceremony, followed by a reception in a heated tent.

Wedgwood Celebrates Opening Of Innovative Street School

(GRAND RAPIDS, Mich.) Jan. 10, 2005 Wedgwood Christian Services, an established provider of leading residential treatment and prevention programs for at-risk teens, is expanding its continuum of care with the opening of a unique street school targeting expelled youth. Wedgwood's Lighthouse Academy will welcome its first students on Jan. 24 at facilities offered within the United Methodist Community House (UMCH), 904 Sheldon Ave. SE., in downtown Grand Rapids. In addition to a classroom, students will have access to UMCH's auditorium and state-of-the-art computer lab.

PROMISE VILLAGE: HOME FOR CHILDREN RECEIVES GRANT FROM W.K. KELLOGG FOUNDATION TO HELP MORE AT-RISK CHILDREN

Oakland County, MI Promise Village: Home for Children has been approved by the W.K. Kellogg Foundation to receive a grant which will be used to study and research the feasibility of replicating the Promise Village early intervention program for abused, neglected and troubled children around the nation. The project is funded with a planning grant in the amount of $199,515.

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