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The Oakland Press

Easterseals Michigan sees grant to improve childhood trauma screening

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The Oakland Press

Clarkston Community Schools, Easterseals Michigan partner for parenting program

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Crain's Detroit

Easterseals in Auburn Hills to get $4 million boost for behavioral health services

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The Oakland Press

Child trauma center construction underway for Easterseals Michigan

Construction is currently underway at the Easterseals Michigan Auburn Hills campus to build a new child trauma center.

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WDIV - ClickOnDetroit.com

Good Health: Mental health kiosk

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Detroit Free Press

Device asks Oakland college students how they are feeling.

At Oakland University in Rochester, students can walk up to a new device in the library that addresses that trend and just might save a life.

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Oakland Press

Free mental health screening kiosk unveiled at OU

Michigan’s first Screening for Mental Health Inc. MindKare Kiosk was installed at the Kresge Library of Oakland University the morning of Wednesday, Jan. 18 and the free mental health service will be open to students and the public 24-hours a day, seven days a week.

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Novi Fantasy Football Camp Proves Elite

Novi Wildcats Fantasy Football Camp team up with Easter Seals to give those with special needs an elite football experience.

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C and G Newspaper

Event Provides Powerful Messages About Mental Illness

Former Detroit Lions quarterback Eric Hipple tells a crowd inside the Royal Oak Beaumont Hospital auditorium on May 18, during the 2016 Mental Health Fair Presented by Beaumont Health and Easter Seals Michigan, that everyone has a story, but what defines us is what we do about it. 

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Disabilities Can't Keep This Farmer From Staying Productive

Paul Geer, owner of Frozen Creek Farms in Belmont, describes how the Easter Seals of Michigan's Agrability program has helped him to continue farming.

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Detroit Free Press

Easterseals Michigan Hosts Gala After Combative Start

It was standing-room only in Royal Oak City Hall a dozen years ago when scores of residents caviled — in meeting after meeting — against plans by a nonprofit group to renovate a small office building that had overgrown landscaping outside and black mold on its interior walls.

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Check out the new Easter Seals Michigan PSA's

Recently we completed two PSAs that focus on our new LUNA Model. If you are interested in airing one of these PSAs, please contact Craig Sharum at csharum@essmichigan.org.

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Easterseals Michigan is the leading non-profit provider of services for individuals with mental illness, emotional impairments, autism, developmental disabilities and other special needs.  Spanning the entire state of Michigan, Easterseals has been offering help and hope to children and adults living with disabilities, and to the families that love them, since 1920.

Through a continuum of services including therapy, training, education and support services, Easterseals Michigan's mission is to serve and support people with disabilities or special needs and their families so they can successfully live, learn, work and play in their communities.

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Easterseals Michigan Marketing and Development Department
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Auburn Hills, MI 48326

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