Family Impact Center
735 N. Grand Avenue
On March 5 , Family Impact Centers began its 19th year of providing both help with immediate needs as well as hope for long-term restoration to those in Fowlerville and throughout the surrounding communities. As of today, over 2,897 unduplicated families have been enrolled in our food program alone. (“Unduplicated” means that each family is counted only once, regardless of how many times they have received assistance.) We have always been a Client-Choice Food Pantry and will continue to do so even though pickup is “curb-side.” In addition, clothingfor all ages is also available. To inquire about or to make an appointment for emergency assistance, please call 517-223-4428.
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Family Impact Wellness Center
9430 West Grand River (just west of Fowlerville)
Upcoming Events for October & November
Grief Share: Wednesdays (Now – December 15) from 6:00 – 7:30 pm.This faith-based program/support group is for anyone grieving the death of someone close. You will find it to be a warm, caring environment that includes encouraging, information-packed videos featuring leading grief recovery experts. A workbook is provided both for notetaking and for use between sessions. There is no fee. Please call 517-223-4428 to register. You may begin anytime.
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“Surviving the Holidays” by Grief Share: Wednesday, November 17 from 6 – 8 p.m. No matter how long it has been since your loved one has passed away, grief can make the Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays a painful time. But there is hope… This encouraging and informative seminar is free of charge and will help you both get through your difficult times and discover new ways to enjoy the holidays again. You will receive a booklet for notetaking that also contains valuable material for you to keep and put to use.
For more information or to register, please call 517-223-4428. Pre-registration is required. Deadline to sign up is Friday, November 12th.
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Coming in early 2022
Getting to the Heart of Parenting: We’re bringing back this very important class for parents or grandparents of children ranging from toddlers to teen-agers. It features Dr. Paul David Tripp, who reveals how when the heart of a child changes, his or her needed behavioral change will be lasting. More information will be given in the near future.