Virtual Education & Tutoring
Qualified volunteers will provide educational assistance, mentoring and tutoring virtually for approximately eight (8) hours or less each week. This FREE service provided to children, youth, and adults. This program will also include workshops and programs for literacy preparation; secondary education preparation. Literacy Program "Reading Heroes" will give books and more under-privileged children K-12.
Program developed to assist girls of families in in hardship with menstrual products. This will help prevent girls from missing school because they are unable to afford feminine products. We are providing feminine products for girls K-12 in counties Wayne, Macomb, and Oakland that are low-income and/or unemployed. School Social Workers and Counselors, please inquire for more information.
Social Work &
Program designed to provide support and resources to strengthen family units – including guidance for single parents and children. Life skills programs and workshops will be conducted to assist the unemployed or under-employed for career assessment, career exploration and research, including career planning.
Program developed to assist the children and youth of families in need of with necessary educational tools and materials to better prepare them in the school environment. This program is ongoing and available to all children and youth needing assistance with school supplies, College Preparation, High School Graduation Expense Relieve, etc.
Members are provided with complimentary Notary services by Janet Wheeler (Commission in State of MI). Ms. Wheeler is a Professional that is Insured & Bonded thru Western Surety Company. Please contact Ms. Wheeler at 586-530-1421 or email her at: email@example.com regarding services and make sure to mention that Single Family Living Organization.
Training programs will be conducted to address home retention and rebuilding the community through informational workshops on home ownership, property tax assistance, rental assistance, and avoiding foreclosure or evictions. This will include connecting the families with the various services and groups available to reduce housing expenditures through knowledge of the various community, civic, social, and governmental services available including the various consumer rights including local, state, and federal laws. There is no charge to the members/non-members for these services.
Program Revitalizing and Improving Challenged Homes (R.I.C.H.) in communities designed to apply home improvement techniques and provide supplies to help enhance living conditions for deprived homes for members. Enriching communities that have been hit hard with financial hardships (abandoned homes, foreclosures, short sales, vacant lots and more). The need for Affordable homes has increased over the years and in the future we will be collaborating with other non-profit organizations to accomplish this program.