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Resources for Our Community
- 211 – Hands On Battle Creek
A referral service for a variety of community resources.
- City of Battle Creek
A wealth of information and data about city government and the region.
- Family Health Center of Battle Creek
They provide a wide array of health care services to patients of all ages, from newborn to seniors.
- Bronson Battle Creek
Bronson Battle Creek is a multi-campus health care provider serving approximately 200,000 people in south central Michigan.
- Safe Place
A domestic shelter and information center in West Michigan, primarily serving Barry, Calhoun and Eaton Counties.
- MSHDA – Michigan State Housing Development Authority
Provides financial and technical assistance through public and private partnerships to create and preserve safe and decent affordable housing.
- Battle Creek Housing Commission
Finding a home isn't easy, especially if you have a limited income, are elderly or disabled. The Battle Creek Housing Commission helps people have a good home at a fair price.
- Fair Housing Center of Southwest Michigan
A private non-profit organization that was established in 1998 to ensure equal housing opportunities for residents regardless of race, color, national origin, gender, disability, familial status, religion, age or marital status in Southwest Michigan.
- Habitat for Humanity
A Christian non-profit organization dedicated to solving the problem of substandard housing in our community. With the help of our many volunteers, partner families and donors, we have built or rehabilitated 125 homes in Calhoun County since our founding in 1989.
- The Haven of Rest
The Haven originally provided meals, shelter and the gospel message to homeless men. The Haven has expanded to offer many innovative services to the ever changing homeless population, who need help in learning social self-sufficiency and productivity. These now include emergency shelter, food, transitional housing, substance abuse treatment and case management.
- Substance Abuse Council of Battle Creek
The Substance Abuse Council (SAC) is a is a 501(c)(3) organization serving the community for 25 years. Realizing our purpose of achieving greater community health is made possible with collaborative partnerships amongst schools, youth and religious organizations, healthcare, government agencies and law enforcement, media, local businesses, community organizations, foundations; parents and youth.
- Battle Creek Community Foundation
The Battle Creek Community Foundation is a public foundation built by individuals, families and businesses that care about their community. These groups donate their time and resources to make Battle Creek a better place to live – today and in the future.
- The Miller Foundation
Focuses on assisting local nonprofit, charitable organizations with projects that provide for the betterment of Battle Creek, Michigan.
- W K Kellogg Foundation
WKKF reaches out on many fronts to stand up for children. They know that good intentions and financial resources alone don’t bring about social change, and that we cannot improve the prospects for vulnerable children by ourselves.
- Guardian Financial & Advocacy Services
Mission: Safeguard at-risk individuals by fostering their optimum independence and economic self-sufficiency.
- Kool Family Community Center
Senior Health Partners is a community partnership of Battle Creek Health System, Kool Family Community Center, and Summit Pointe.
- Senior Health Partners
Senior Health Partners is a community partnership of Battle Creek Health System, CentraCare, Area Agency on Aging, and Summit Pointe.
- Battle Creek Family YMCA
To strengthen family well-being through increasing parental involvement, improving outcomes in early childhood education, and increasing adult literacy and workforce development opportunities.
- Battle Creek Public School System
Battle Creek Public Schools will ensure a quality education for all students through quality teaching and support from all staff.
- Legal Services of South Central Michigan
LSSCM helps with free legal assistance to low income individuals, with a focus on homelessness and domestic violence prevention, in addition to other services.