Wes Nakagiri

Livingston County Commissioner, District 3

From the Livingston County website:

"The Livingston Human Services Collaborative Body (HSCB) started in 1989 and was officially recognized as the county Multi-Purpose Collaborative Body by the state and county Board of Commissioners in 1995. Now, referred to as Community Collaboratives by the state, the HSCB is comprised of  26 appointed members that work together to coordinate health and human services across systems."

A comprehensive list of service providers is posted on the Human Services Collaboration Board  (HSCB) portion of the Livingston County website. This list is titled the "Community Resource List." The Community Resource List is replicated below. Additionally, where they could be found, hyperlinks have been added to the list. These hyperlinks provide citizens with greater ease of navigation to find the information they need.

The Community Resource List can be found at, https://www.livgov.com/hscb. Scroll down to the bottom of the page and you will see the document on the right-hand side. In its original format, this list can more easily be printed out.

AUTOMOTIVE CARE

  • Brighton High School Auto Technology Program - 810-229-4000
  • People’s Church Auto Garage – 734-878-3407
  • Pinckney High School Auto Technology Program - 810-225-5731

BASIC NEEDS

Livingston County Catholic Charities assembled a comprehensive list of available human services. This list was converted from its original PDF format and copied here as HTML format. Wherever possible, we have added hyperlinks to the service provider's website. We have also corrected any observed typos and expanded upon abbreviations that may have been unclear.

In its original PDF format, the list can be printed out more easily. Click here to view this list in its original PDF format

211 Flyer FrontMany citizens are not aware that dialing 2-1-1 connects them with specialists who can assist them when they are in need of help. These same specialists can also connect citizens who want to volunteer with an organization who could use extra help.

The excerpt below, taken directly from the 2-1-1 website, provides a good overview of the program.

About Us

Simply put - Central Michigan 2-1-1 connects people in need of health and human service resources in the community.  Through an easy to remember number, available 24/7, 365 days within 9 counties in Central Michigan; Clinton, Eaton, Genesee, Hillsdale, Jackson, Lenawee, Livingston and Shiawassee Counties.  Specialists provide information, referrals, navigation, and advocacy when people are looking for help or to give help in the community.  2-1-1 maintains an up-to-date, comprehensive database of resources and programs available and reports trending needs and gaps identified in our community.

Who Can Use 2-1-1?

Anyone! If you're looking for assistance with a problem and you don't know where to turn, or you simply want information about a certain human service issue, 2-1-1 is for you.

Central Michigan 2-1-1 serves 1.5 million residents in Clinton, Eaton, Genesee, Hillsdale, Ingham, Jackson, Lenawee, Livingston & Shiawassee Counties and partners with 6 other 2-1-1 centers across Michigan as part of a Statewide 2-1-1 Network.

 

For a full description of the program go to www.centralmichigan211.org

To search their online database for available programs and assistance click here.