Every person deserves a community where friends celebrate your potential and advocates cheer you on. For people with cognitive or physical disabilities – 9,000 of them at any given time – that’s what our team provides, all across Michigan.
When people need support, we provide it. Simple as that.
Sometimes, support looks like teaching a life skill. Sometimes it looks like community integration, or transportation, or a place to live. Whatever the need, we’re driven to meet it.
By assessing each individual’s unique needs, we ensure they have the proper supports and services available to enhance development and improve independence. These include Psychiatric Services, Counseling, Dietary Evaluation and Planning, and Nursing Services.
We also connect those we serve with other Hope Network services when they have an overlapping need. Whether it’s transportation, affordable housing, workforce development, or spiritual support through our pastoral services department, we are here to give people the help they need.
These supports are provided in the individual’s residence or in community settings, promoting inclusion and participation in different ways. Supports include Individual Community Living Supports, Life Skills Community Living Supports, and Out of Home Non-Vocational Habilitation.
We help individuals obtain successful community employment, because a disability shouldn’t disqualify anyone from the workforce. Our program includes Skill Building, Skills Training for Employment, Preparation Support (STEPS), and Supported Employment.
Time flies when you’re helping people find their independence.
The services we provide to individuals with developmental disabilities represent the roots of where Hope Network began. Today, over 50 years later, we’ve evolved those services to introduce individuals into the community, help them practice and acquire new skills, and experience life outside of a secluded setting.
If you are having an emergency, please don’t wait.
Call 911 or go to the nearest emergency room for a medical emergency. If you’re having a mental health emergency and need to talk to someone immediately, contact your local Community Mental Health (CMH) Crisis line.
Hope Network has continuously been awarded the highest level of accreditation possible through CARF (Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities). When a service or program is CARF-accredited, it is absolute assurance that a provider meets rigorous CARF guidelines for service and quality.
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