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Organization Name:  Chinese Gospel Church
Organization Overview:  Chinese Gospel Church 中华福音教会是由密西根地 区,相信主耶稣的悔改福音,用他宝血所买赎来的人组成,一同寻求神的带领,分享在神 面前的喜乐与事工,并同心合意兴旺福音,见证主的救恩,荣耀神的圣名。
Language:  Mandarin Chinese,Mandarin Chinese
Cultures:  Chinese
Street:  Chinese Gospel Church, 35301 Five Mile Rd.,
City/Township:  Livonia
State:  MI
Zip Code:  48154
Country:  USA
Phone:  (734) 464-7077
Organization Name:  ACCESS Main
Organization Overview:  Assisting. Improving. Empowering.
Language:  Arabic,English
Cultures:  All,American,Arabic,Assyrian,Chaldean,Copt,Egyptian,Iraqi,Jordanian,Kurdish,Lebanese,Palestinian,South Sudanese,Sudanese,Syrian,Yemeni
Street:  2651 Saulino Court
City/Township:  Dearborn
State:  MI
Zip Code:  48120
Country:  USA
Phone:  (313) 842-7010
Fax No:  (313) 842-5150
Organization Name:  ACCESS Youth & Education
Organization Overview:  ACCESS is dedicated to empowering and enabling individuals, families, and communities to lead informed, productive, culturally sensitive and fulfilling lives.
Language:  Arabic,English,Spanish
Cultures:  All,Arabic,Egyptian,Hispanic,Iraqi,Jordanian,Latin American,Lebanese,Palestinian,Syrian,Yemeni
Street:  2651 Saulino Ct.
City/Township:  Dearborn
State:  MI
Zip Code:  48120
Country:  USA
Phone:  (313) 842-7010
Fax No:  (313) 842-5150
Organization Overview:  Our Mission The A.G.B.U. Alex & Marie Manoogian School will successfully educate all students in a safe, dignified and supportive setting, partnering with the community to preserve the Armenian language and culture. Our Vision We will prepare students to develop intellectually, morally and physically to become productive leaders in a global society.
Language:  Armenian,English
Cultures:  All,American,Armenian,Multicultural
Street:  22001 Northwestern Hwy
City/Township:  Southfield
State:  MI
Zip Code:  48075
Country:  USA
Phone:  (248) 569-2988
Fax No:  (248) 569-1346
Organization Overview:  We are a Catholic parish, Somos una parroquia católica, located in Southwest Detroit, situada en el suroeste de Detroit, that is culturally diverse, que es culturalmente diversa, ethnically rich, and étnicamente rica y spiritually focused. espiritualmente centrado.
Language:  English,Spanish
Cultures:  All,American,Hispanic,Latin American,Mexican,Multicultural
Street:  7824 W. Fort St.
City/Township:  Detroit
State:  MI
Zip Code:  48209
Country:  USA
Phone:  (313) 841-1428
Organization Overview:  About Us The American Chinese School of Greater Detroit (ACSGD) is a non-profit educational institution that operates during the school year's weekends. Dedicated to the teaching of Chinese language and culture to residents in the Greater Detroit area, it currently has more than 700 enrolled students , over 25 excellent Chinese language teachers and 20 culture teachers. ACSGD is now Michigan's largest Chinese school, and Michigan's only designated host for the Hànyǔ Shuǐpíng Kǎoshì (HSK), China's only national standardized test for Chinese language proficiency in non-native speakers. In 2013, ACSGD was also recognized by the Chinese government as one of the best 'Oversea Model School for Chinese Education'. ACSGD is open on Saturdays in Derby Middle School of Birmingham, Michigan. Our Classes ACSGD offers 46 Chinese classes throughout Grades K-11 and bilingual classes. Kindergarteners are taught the basic Chinese Pinyin, while Grades 1-9 follow a well-recognized curriculum through the Zhong Wen textbooks by China's Ji Nan University. Grade 10 classes prepare students for the HSK exam and the Chinese SAT II. Eleventh graders study for the Chinese AP exam. The bilingual classes, designed for students who do not have native Chinese speakers at home, offer five level courses. Our Enrichments In addition, annual Chinese Pinyin, speech and writing contests within and outside of ACSGD are organized to promote academic excellence. Besides Chinese language classes, the school also offers 20 cultural classes, including dance, singing, painting, chess, martial arts, basketball, creative writing, math and SAT prep. Lastly, various adult classes such as aerobics, yoga, dance and chorus are offered to the school's parents so that they can receive an enriching experience as well. Our Parents Since its founding in 1972, ACSGD has relied on voluntary and active participation of the students 'parents for equitable sharing of expenses, administration and other duties. The school is led by a Parents' Council, a Board of Trustees and an Administrative Committee, all consisting of parent volunteers. The Board of Trustees review and determine the direction and the policy of ACSGD, while the Administrative Committee carries out routine operations in the school. The Parents' Council elects members for the Board of Trustees and the Administrative Committee, and also make suggestions regarding the teaching method and content of the instruction material. ACSGD also organizes regular professional training to all the teachers in order to encourage teaching excellence. This cooperative effort has contributed to the growth of the school. Mailing other address: ACSGD, PO Box 1173, Troy, MI 48099 美国的中国学大底特律(ACSGD)是一个非营利性的教育机构,在学年的工作的周末。致力于中国语言和文化在大底特律地区的居民的教学,它目前有700多个学生入学,超过25个中国优秀语文教师和20文化教师。 ACSGD现在是密歇根州最大的中国学校,和密歇根州的HànyǔShuǐpíngKǎoshì(HSK),中国唯一的国家级标准化考试在非母语的中国语言能力唯一指定的主机。在2013年,ACSGD也承认中国政府的最佳“海外示范学校,为中国教育”之一。 ACSGD是周六在伯明翰,密歇根州的德比中学开放。
Language:  Mandarin Chinese,English,Mandarin Chinese
Cultures:  All,American,Chinese
Street:  1300 Derby Road,
City/Township:  Birmingham
State:  MI
Zip Code:  48009
Country:  USA
Phone:  (248) 224-1207
Organization Name:  American Moslem Society
Organization Overview:  The American Moslem Society is a non profit, independent organization which was established in the year of 1938 to be the first Islamic organization that has existed since then.
Language:  Arabic,English
Cultures:  All,Arabic
Street:  9945 W. Vernor Hwy
City/Township:  Dearborn
State:  MI
Zip Code:  48120
Country:  USA
Phone:  (313) 849-2147
Fax No:  (313) 849-4164
Organization Name:  American Muslim Center
Organization Overview:  The American Muslim Center works for the welfare of the community. It establishes goodness and virtue. It eradicates evil and vice. It facilitates prosperity among all the people. “Those who, if We give them power in the land, establish regular worship and pay in charity and promote what is right and inhibit what is wrong.” Qura’nic reference 22:41. It is a non-profit, charitable, educational, religious, social, cultural and scientific organization, educating the American society about Islam and promoting a positive relationship with all communities in the United States.
Language:  Arabic,English
Cultures:  American,Arabic
Street:  21110 Outer Dr.
City/Township:  Dearborn
State:  MI
Zip Code:  48124
Country:  USA
Phone:  (313) 565 - 9314
Fax No:  (313) 565 - 9315
Organization Overview:  Islamic worship
Street:  44760 Ryan Road,
City/Township:  Sterling Heights
State:  MI
Zip Code:  48314
Country:  USA
Phone:  (586) 804-7130
Organization Overview:  AMS- a non-profit association representing Muslims in Coldwater MI. The society practices & conducts religious, social, & educational activities.
Language:  Arabic,English
Cultures:  Multicultural,Yemeni
Street:  123 Perkins Street
City/Township:  Coldwater
State:  MI
Zip Code:  49036
Country:  USA
Phone:  (517) 278-6291
Organization Name:  American Romanian Festival
Organization Overview:  The mission of the American Romanian Festival is to create a bridge between the two cultures, helping to foster mutual understanding. A specific focus of the festival is to promote cultural awareness and understanding between people of culture, musicians, and artists of the United States and Romania. The festival organizes educational, cultural, and artistic events which take place in Romania and the USA. The organization supports cultural exchanges with Americans participating in events in Romania and Romanians participating in events in the USA. The American Romanian Festival was founded in 2005.
Language:  English,Romanian
Cultures:  American,Romanian
Street:  PO Box 4352
City/Township:  Ann Arbor
State:  MI
Zip Code:  48106
Country:  USA
Phone:  (734) 308-5372
Organization Overview:  Welcome! Founded in 1995, ASACA is a non profit, non-sectarian, cultural and educational organization. ASACA’s mission is to acquaint the American public with the rich Arabic culture and heritage through the promotion of lectures, educational seminars and cultural events. ASACA also seeks to instill Arab American youth with the Arabic language, culture, and heritage and enhance close ties among members through social activities.
Language:  Arabic,English
Cultures:  Arabic,Syrian
Street:  PO Box 1425
City/Township:  Troy
State:  MI
Zip Code:  48099
Country:  USA
Phone:  (248) 988-1166
Organization Overview:  Annhua Chinese School is located in Ann Arbor, Michigan. The school was established in June, 1993, by a group of Chinese parents for the purpose of teaching their children Chinese language and Chinese culture. Since then the school has experienced a rapid development with its enrollment increased from initial ten students to current more than three hundred. Although the majority of students are Chinese by origin, students from non-Chinese families are also welcome. We currently offer two Chinese as Second Language (CSL) classes. Students are admitted regardless of race, color, religion, gender, or national origin. Annhua Chinese school is located in the Dow building of UM. It is at the first floor. To enter the building, you need to use the south entry of the building. The south entry is at the bottom of the hill towards the Tower. You You can park at both the up hill parking lots and the down hill parking lots. Classes Sundays 9 am - 6 pm at Washtenaw Community College Annhua中国学校位于密歇根州安阿伯。这所学校成立于1993年6月,由一群中国家长的教导子女学习汉语和中国文化的目的。 从那时起,学校先后经历了招生了快速发展,从最初的十名学生提高到目前的三百多。虽然大部分学生都是中国原产,来自非中国家庭的学生也欢迎。我们目前提供两个中国作为第二语言(CSL)班。学生被录取,不分种族,肤色,宗教,性别或国籍。 Annhua中国的学校坐落在陶氏建筑UM的。它是在一楼。进入大楼,你需要使用建筑的南入口。南面的门是朝在塔的山脚下。你可以停在上坡停车场和下山停车场两者。
Language:  Mandarin Chinese,English,Mandarin Chinese
Cultures:  Chinese
Street:  4800 E Huron River Dr,
City/Township:  Ann Arbor
State:  MI
Zip Code:  48105
Country:  USA
Organization Overview:  Добро пожаловать в русскую школу «Аз Буки Веди» в Анн Арборе. Наши двери открыты для всех, кто стремится поддержать или улучшить свои знания русского языка и литературы, а также изучить российскую историю, культуру и традиции. Мы принимаем детей в возрасте от 3 лет. Обучение проводится в классах по пять – десять детей, близких по возрасту и уровню владения русским языком. Преподавание ведётся по российским школьным и дошкольным программам, а также по программам, разработанным педагогами нашей школы с учётом потребностей и уровня учащихся каждого класса. Основное внимание уделяется изучению русского языка и литературы. В школе также преподаются развитие речи, естествознание, музыка и изобразительное искусство, и русский язык как иностранный (РКИ). Проводятся семинары по русской истории, начала работу театральная студия. На страницах этого веб-сайта вы найдете программы наших классов, расписание, календарь на текущий учебный год, наш адрес и контактную информацию, а также сможете познакомиться с нашим педагогическим коллективом. Мы с удовольствием ответим на все ваши вопросы по телефону или электронной почте – и будем рады увидеть вас в нашей школе! С уважением, Коллектив русской школы «Аз Буки Веди» Положение об антидискриминационной политике по отношению к ученикам Школа АзБукиВеди принимает учеников вне зависимости от расовой, национальной и этнической принадлежности и цвета кожи. Все ученики обладают равными правами и привилегиями и получают равный доступ к образовательным программам и внеклассным занятиям, организуемым Школой. В процессе осуществления образовательной политики, политики приема новых учеников и спортивных программ, предоставления стипендий, скидок и займов, и в прочих областях своей деятельности, Школа не дискриминирует на основании расовой, национальной и этнической принадлежности и цвета кожи. Welcome to the RussianABC School of Ann Arbor! Our doors are open to all people who want to keep up or improve their knowledge of the Russian language and literature, as well as those who wish to learn about the Russian history, culture and customs. We admit children aged 3 and older. Our classes are held in groups of five to ten, with children who are close in age and Russian language proficiency. In our work, we use existing Russian curricula for preschoolers and school-age kids, as well as lesson plans and programs developed by our own teachers to match the needs and proficiency levels of our students. Our focus is on teaching the Russian language and literature, but we also teach math, sciences and arts. Additionally, we offer seminars in the Russian history, drama workshops and, last but not least, lessons and conversation groups in Russian as a foreign language for children and adults. Our website will help you find information about the programs we offer, our school-year calendar and class schedules, our address and contact information, and the profiles of our teachers and staff. You are welcome to stop by our school, call us or send us an email if you have any questions; we are always glad to hear from you and to see you in our school! Sincerely yours, Teachers and staff of the RussianABC School of Ann Arbor
Language:  English,Eritrean,Estonian,Farsi/Persian,Finnish,French,Fula,Gaelic,German,Greek,Gujarati,Hausa,Hebrew,Hindi,Hmong,Hungarian,Igbo,Irish (Gaelic),Italian,Japanese,Korean,Kurdish,Lao,Latin,Latvian,Lithuanian,Macedonian,Malay/Indonesian,Malayam,Malttese,Mandarin Chinese,Marathi,Nepali,Norwegian,Ojibwa,Oromo,Other Language,Pashto,Polish,Portuguese,Punjabi,Romanian,Romany,Russian
Cultures:  Russian
Street:  4001 Ann Arbor-Saline Road
City/Township:  Ann Arbor
State:  MI
Zip Code:  48103
Country:  USA
Phone:  (734) 730-0604
Organization Overview:  ACC (Arab American and Chaldean Council) is the premier non-profit human service organization providing services to the Middle Eastern and mainstream communities in Southeast Michigan. ACC’s Behavioral Health Division is a comprehensive community-based, outpatient program, accredited by the Rehabilitation Accreditation Commission (CARF) since 1992 and committed to the prevention and treatment of psychological and social problems in the Arab-American, Chaldean, and mainstream community. The mission of the Behavioral Health Program, which was reaccredited by CARF in 2013, is to improve the quality of life of those individuals who seek its assistance. ACC helps consumers develop their inner potential and empowers them to become valuable and productive members of the community. ACC is committed to providing comprehensive, culturally sensitive and competent outpatient behavioral health services that are cost effective, consumer-driven and represent the highest standards of the profession. ACC’s five conveniently located outpatient clinics in Oakland, Macomb, and Wayne counties offer quality behavioral health services. Services include: Ø Psychiatric Assessment and Consultation Ø Psycho-social Assessment Ø Psychological Testing and Evaluation Ø Psychopharmacological Treatment / Medication Review Ø Case Management Ø Individual, Marital and Family Counseling Ø Crisis Intervention Ø Adult Foster Care Home Placement and Monitoring Ø Grief Counseling Ø Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment Ø Community Outreach Ø Education and Advocacy Ø Cultural Competency and Sensitivity Training Ø Co-Occurring Treatment for Dually-Diagnosed patients Ø Vocational Rehabilitation Services Ø Home-Based Infant Mental Health In addition to its outpatient clinics, ACC’s Wayne County Network Clubhouse provides psychosocial & vocational rehabilitation while encouraging social reintegration for consumers with reoccurring and long term mental illness, through person centered planned activities. In partnership with Wayne County Community Mental Health Agency, the Clubhouse focuses on building its client’s strengths, independent living skills, and develops employment opportunities. The aim is to slowly integrate the client into society. The Network Clubhouse believes that its members and staff work in a partnership towards mutual support, delivering high quality services to its members. Over the past year the behavioral health division has expanded its services and office space to better meet the needs of the community. ACC expanded services to include Home-Based Infant Mental Health Services and an Assertive Community Treatment Team. The Infant Mental Health Program is a Home-Based service that provides therapy and support to parents and infants that address ongoing mental health concerns, infants that suffer from low birth weight, developmental delays, emotional or behavioral problems, or a basic failure to thrive. By providing weekly in home visits ACC staff are able to provide guidance and support as well as link families to needed community resources. The Infant Mental Health Program Healthy Baby, Happy Home Program provides home-based services for families with children ages 0-3, including pregnant women. Service include counseling, developmental guidance, social and emotional support, advocacy, diapers, resources and referrals. This program targets parents who are feeling overwhelmed, stressed, depressed, hopeless or angry and those who have infants who are having emotional/behavioral difficulties, growth or development delays, trauma, and trouble eating or sleeping. ACC’s Wraparound Program is a team planning process for youth of Wayne County between the ages of 7 and 17 that are involved in multiple cares of service. The program’s purpose is to help the youth and their families indentify their family needs and strengths to help the family reach their goals. Each participating family has an ACC Wraparound Facilitator that works directly with them to help develop a vision for the family’s future. ACC’s facilitators are positive, encouraging, open, honest, and work to see the success of each family. Wraparound studies have shown that there is evidence of a greater decline in behavioral symptoms, lower overall impairment, and fewer externalizing, social problems and thought problems. Studies have also shown that children involved in wraparound have missed less days of school. Overall, over the years wraparound has shown many positive outcomes. Trauma Recovery Center Trauma Recovery Center of Southeast Michigan was established as a joint venture involving Wayne State University School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Neurosciences its clinical service group (Wayne State University Physician Group-Psychiatry) and the ACC. The goal of the Trauma Recovery Center is to help torture survivors and their families recover from the physical and emotional effects caused by torture. We believe that survivors of torture are strong and resilient individuals who can recover from the traumas that they have endured. Our programs’ mission is to assist in that process of rebuilding their lives in many different ways. The Center is organized to assist survivors of torture and war trauma, and their families, to heal and rebuild their lives. A variety of services are offered, including: Ø Information and Referrals Ø Screening and Assessment Ø Individual and Group Counseling Ø Psychiatric Services Ø Care coordination for healthcare, legal, and other supportive services The staff and program design offers a high level of expertise in health care, mental health, case management, social services, vocational, and legal aid to assist individuals who have experienced unimaginable trauma to re-establish hope and trust; to build a life by calling upon personal strengths and courage with the support and caring of the community and The Center. What is torture? Torture is an act committed by a person inteded to inflict severe physical and/or mental pain due to their political beliefs, religion, race, ethnicity or membership in a social group. What a person has gone through An individual may have been beaten, deprived of food and water, denied hygienic conditions, burned, humiliated and been the victim of may other horrible acts. The spirit of the person has been beaten down as well. The torture survivor is just what the word survivor implies. They are strong and courageous individuals who have used their inner strength to leave their country, their families and their way of life. How treatment can help? The Trauma Recovery Center aims to provide a variety of services to lessen the effects of the torture experience. Some of the things that survivors can get assistance with are an evaluation of the effects of torture, medical treatment or referral for medical treatment, legal referrals, assistance obtaining social services for work, food, shelter, education and other survival needs. In addition, The Center is pursuing building the capacity of other providers to respond to the needs of torture survivors. By enhancing and building service capacity through training and education of health care professionals, community resources are established to assist the large number of individuals needing support and healing in Southeast Michigan.
Cultures:  All,American,Arabic,Assyrian,Chaldean,Egyptian,Iraqi,Jordanian
Street:  62 W. Seven Mile Rd
City/Township:  Detroit
State:  MI
Zip Code:  48203
Country:  USA
Phone:  (313) 893-6172