Join Promise Village Home for Children on September 19, 2014 at 7:00 pm for Comedy for a Cause! Comedians will be: John Crist, Bob Stromberg and Greg Hahn!
For more information, download the attached flyer.
Tour de Fork
Celebrating the 85th Anniversary of The Children’s Center
We are delighted to invite you to Tour de Fork, celebrating the 85th anniversary of The Children’s Center. Enjoy a strolling dinner party featuring local chefs preparing Detroit-grown cuisine and craft cocktails, entertainment showcasing local musicians and awe-inspiring artwork created by community youth.
Since 1929, The Children’s Center has empowered vulnerable children to heal and grow into the amazing people they were born to be. We believe when you heal children, you heal Detroit. Your support of Tour de Fork ensures therapeutic services to children for years to come.
Tickets: $150; First 85 tickets have been sold.
Attached you will find the Fall 2014 Child Welfare In-Service Training catalog listing programs that are offered FREE of charge to private agencies that contract with the Department of Human Services to provide child welfare services, as well as child welfare workers employed by DHS.
All of these trainings are DHS approved for meeting the in-service training hour requirements set forth in the MSA requiring all caseworkers to receive a minimum of at least 32 hours of in-service training hours annually. Training participants may also earn CE hours.
Registration to attend each course will be handled through the hosting university, and in order to record in-service training hours with the Department, your training facility coordinator must log the training hours into the DHS learning management system.
Register soon, as courses will fill up quickly!
The Michigan Council on Crime and Delinquency (MCCD) has been working for over a year on a crucial report: Youth Behind Bars: Exploring the Impact of Prosecuting and Incarcerating Kids in Michigan's Criminal Justice System. The report states that from 2003 through 2013, more than 20,000 Michigan youth were placed on adult probation, detained in jail, or imprisoned for an offense committed when they were younger than 18 years old. Michigan is one of ten states that automatically prosecute 17-year-olds as adults, accounting for 95 percent of youth in the adult system. The majority of these charges were for non-violent offenses that did not include a weapon.
Take some time to read the report and find out what is happening to kids in our adult system. The report is posted below.. Click here to view all of the report materials prepared by MCCD.