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OLHSA’s produce market is back

Thanks to OLHSA’s Health, Housing and Nutrition division and the Micah 6 Community’s Sprout Fresh Food Store produce stand, OLHSA is once again able to offer fruits and vegetables to families in Pontiac and the surrounding areas. The produce market takes place every Tuesday from 11 am-1 pm and offers a variety of seasonal items such as corn, peppers, greens, grapes, cucumbers and more. The produce...

Head Start programs will stay at OLHSA

OLHSA was recently awarded a grant totaling $10.8 million from the Department of Health & Human Services’ Administration for Children and Families, Office of Head Start, to continue to run Early Head Start and Head Start programs in Oakland County.

Through the grant 909 children will be served through the Head Start program for three and four year olds, and 206 children will be served in the Early Head...

Revive Pontiac demonstrates work during groundbreaking event

OLHSA’s newest social enterprise, Revive Pontiac, hosted a groundbreaking ceremony on June 27th at 330 W. Huron Street in Pontiac. At this location, the Revive Pontiac deconstruction team was retrieving usable materials from a historic apartment building that is slated for demolition.

OLHSA was honored to have the support of Oakland County Executive L. Brooks Patterson, Oakland County Treasurer Andy Meisner...

Summer Youth Employment Program expands projects this year

In past years, OLHSA’s Summer Youth Employment Program (SYEP), funded by the Michigan Department of Natural Resources, has focused on providing a stipend to participants while they clean up parks, such as Mattie Hatchett, Murphy and Hawthorne parks in Pontiac, receive job training, go on informational field trips and more.

This year’s program introduced some new...

OLHSA’S Summer Youth Employment Program beautifies Pontiac with community gardens

OLHSA’s annual Summer Youth Employment Program is in full swing and making downtown Pontiac more beautiful day by day. This year, students in the program are building community gardens in Pontiac, at Clark and Stockwell and Osnum and Anderson.

Before building the first garden at Clark and Stockwell,...

Free summer meals available around Pontiac to children and individuals with disabilities through Meet Up and Eat Up program

This summer OLHSA is providing free meals to children 18 years of age and under or persons with disabilities up to age 26, at stationary and mobile sites in and around Pontiac through Meet Up and Eat Up, a summer...

REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL FOR EARLY HEAD START HOME VISITING SERVICES

This Request for Proposal (RFP) is to contract for an entity to provide home visiting and related early childhood services to a maximum of 108 infants, toddlers and their families to operate a minimum of 5 days per week, for a minimum of forty-eight (48) weeks of home visiting services per year, as part of the Early Head Start Program on behalf of the Oakland Livingston Human Service Agency (Agency) in the area of Oakland County, Michigan within the service boundaries of the Contractor, or...

New appointment scheduler takes effect July 5

For Welcome Center services, make your appointment through custom software and enjoy the perks 

Starting on July 5, OLHSA will be scheduling appointments for Welcome Center Services, which include Emergency Utility Assistance, Weatherization & General Information/Referrals, through a special phone number or website. In Oakland County, call (248) 479-6516 and in Livingston County call (517) 292-2969. Or, visit olhsa.cascheduler.com from anywhere. 

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Volunteers needed to help Grandparents Raising Grandchildren Program

Are you looking for a volunteer opportunity this summer?

 

OLHSA is in need of volunteers to help at our Grandparents Raising Grandchildren group's upcoming intergenerational events (June 28, July 26, August 8, August 18).

This opportunity is perfect for adults and high school students needing volunteer hours! Volunteers will help chaperone, assist grandparents with carrying picnic baskets/lunches and assist with field games.

If you are interested in volunteering or...

Local veteran back on his feet with support from OLHSA

As Memorial Day approaches, the nation is reminded of the sacrifices our military veterans have made. For veterans that have returned home and are struggling to find stability, OLHSA provides resources to guide them and their immediate families towards self-sufficiency through the Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF) program. Available assistance includes case management, rent payments for existing leases, security deposits for future leases, moving expenses,...

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