On the heels of the recently released report by the Growing Michigan Together Council outlining the state’s population struggles – Michigan is 49th out of 50 in population growth – and the goal of becoming a top ten state for population growth by 2050, Kelli Dobner, Chief Strategy Officer at Samaritas, issued the following statement challenging leaders to unite for a larger vision in the coming new year. Samaritas serves thousands throughout Michigan, including refugees, children in foster care, adults with developmental disabilities, people struggling with addiction, and those in need of affordable housing.

I Want to Help

Community Impact

120,000 Hours of Disability Support
1,411 Foster Youth Served
359 Adoptions

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News

Alzheimer's Awareness Month: Holiday Hints at Home
The Thanksgiving holiday and Alzheimer’s disease share something in common: the month of November. November is Alzheimer’s Awareness Month; the holidays often bring in relatives from out of town, providing an opportunity for family members to spend quality time with loved... Read More
Making Families Whole
Foster care is not a permanent move to separate children from their biological families. Our best case scenarios involve remedying situations that lead to children being removed from their parents’ care, and working with children and parents to reunify the family. Samaritas has two... Read More
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