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Methodist Children’s Home Society Earns Re-accreditation From The Council On Accreditation

REDFORD, Michigan (November 12, 2018) – Methodist Children’s Home Society (MCHS) today announced it has earned re-accreditation from the Council On Accreditation (COA). COA is an international, independent, nonprofit accreditor...

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Michigan must remedy child abuse

Child abuse is a nationwide health crisis. Most recent data shows that, across the U.S., a staggering 676,000 children are victims – numbers that are increasing. In Michigan, as we...

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Methodist Children’s Home Society takes over former Catholic Social Services

By Neal Rubin / Redford Township — An ability to find the human element in data points helped lead Methodist Children's Home Society to its acquisition of Community Social Services...

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Methodist Children’s Home Society acquires Community Social Services of Wayne County

By Sherri Welch / Redford Township-based Methodist Children's Home Society has acquired Community Social Services of Wayne County, creating one of the largest foster-care providers in the region, according to...

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Crain’s Detroit Business: Best-Managed Nonprofit

We say this often but it’s true -- We are only as strong as the community that supports us. On May 16, the Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) of...

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Q&A With T.I.P.S. Supervisor Andrea Dye-Farginson

We say this often but it’s true -- We are only as strong as the community that supports us. On May 16, the Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) of...

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Bikes For All!

We say this often but it’s true -- We are only as strong as the community that supports us. On May 16, the Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) of...

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2019 Golf Classic

The rain didn't stop our shine as we held our 4th annual Golf Classic at the Inn at St. John's in Plymouth. With just a brief delay in tee time,...

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From the CEO's Desk

Methodist Children’s Home Society Acquires Community Social Services of Wayne County

It’s no surprise that Detroit’s woes weigh heavily on its community. High stress, high trauma and rampant violence muddled with low income, low education and few pathways to climb out...

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We listened to what our children needed. Restraints was never on that list

Several weeks ago, a child in a Kalamazoo residential facility died from a restraint. Clearly, the restraints was unnecessary and preventable as it was alleged a staff member laid on...

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Why Black Lives Matter

Why are we so threatened with Black Lives Matter? Why do we instantly rush to say that All Lives Matter? It is as if the moment someone speaks those three...

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Finding A New Normal

More than a hundred years ago, when MCHS was founded in the response to a global pandemic, our founding mothers advocated for social justice and issues of race and gender...

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