Parent Resources


Henry Ford Health System Pediatrics

Website: Parent Resources

Are you looking for child care, tutors, adult or senior care, pet care or pet sitters, house care services or resources? Visit this free website to search for these services in your area.


CapTel captioned telephones

Call: Jennifer Weallans at (248) 550-6866

Do you or your loved one struggle to hear on the phone? We would like to share an amazing resource that will greatly improve your ability to communicate over the phone and it’s FREE. Through the Americans with Disabilities Act, OEI provides a FREE CapTel captioned telephone for ANYONE at ANY age that has verified hearing loss, the internet, and a telephone line. A captioned telephone is a phone that comes with a screen that shows word-for-word what the other person is saying. It is 4 times as loud as a regular phone. It includes an answering machine. They provide FREE installation service to your home and even your work, if needed.

Children’s waiver program- statewide

Website: Waiver

CLEARCorps Detroit

CLEARCorps Detroit is dedicated to creating healthy homes in Detroit. Learn about resources to prevent lead poisoning, lead safe gardening, assistance with utility bills, refrigerator replacement, home repair resources and more.

Website: CLEARCorps Detroit

Phone: (313) 924-4000

Common Ground

Common Ground provides a lifeline for individuals and families who are in crisis, victims of crime, persons with mental illness, people trying to cope with critical situations and runaway and homeless youths. You will find crisis response resources, support groups, shelters, classes, and much more on their website or by calling the number below.

Phone: 1-800-231-1127 (speak with someone 24 hours a day, 7 days a week)

Website: Common Ground

Far Conservatory

Learn about therapeutic resources for children with disabilities. Located in Oakland and Macomb Counties.

Website: Far Conservatory

Phone: (248) 646-3347

Legacy Stories

Your Stories Making History! Secure your place in family history by sharing your legacy stories now. Build your legacy portfolio for FREE thanks to our partners & sponsors.

Website: Legacy Stories

Losing a Puzzle Piece

This is a website for siblings and young adults who are caregivers and grievers to find and share stories, resources, and community. It is written from the perspective of two sisters who lost their 39 year old sister to cancer.

Website: Losing A Puzzle Piece

Michigan Alliance for Families

They offer information and referrals on disability and special education issues involving children and young adults from birth to age 26.

Website: Michigan Alliance for Families

Phone: 1-800-552-4821

Request caregiver resources

Contact our family caregiver team