Crain’s Detroit Business celebrates Surabhi Pandit among Notable Leaders in DEI

Crain’s Detroit Business has selected Surabhi Pandit — the Community Foundation’s director of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion & Community Engagement — among this year’s cohort of Notable Leaders in DEI....

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Tackling Implicit Bias in Opioid Use Disorder Treatment

Opioid overdose deaths for Black people surpassed that of whites in 2020 for the first time in more than a decade, according to a 2022 JAMA Psychiatry research paper. Inequities...

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Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion-Focused Grantmaking for Generations to Come

You could say I grew up in philanthropy. As a teen, I joined the Youth Advisory Committee (YAC) of the Community Foundation where I was able to learn how grantmaking...

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Collaboration Builds Sustainable Treatment for Opioid Use Disorder in Michigan Hospitals

The Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan and its Michigan Opioid Partnership created an early alliance with the Michigan Health & Hospital Association Keystone Center (MHA Keystone Center) in its fight...

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Healthcare Providers Shifting Perceptions Impact Quality of Care

Attitudes toward people with opioid use disorder (OUD) and the medications to treat the disease have significantly changed over the last 20 years. In this dialogue, Dr. Jacob Manteuffel, Emergency...

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Harm Reduction: A Pathway to Prevention and Treatment for Opioid Use Disorder

Consistently high rates of opioid-related deaths have led hospitals to search for strategies that offer equitable access to comprehensive, stigma-free healthcare. “We have an epidemic of overdoses in the community...

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Message from the President | Summer 2023

Summer is a beautiful time to enjoy the outdoors in southeast Michigan. But this year feels different. Spiking temperatures. Catastrophic storms that spark power outages and flooding. Unhealthy air quality...

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Community Foundation is a ‘force multiplier’ when it comes to public-private partnerships

Hudson-Webber Foundation President and CEO Melanca Clark, left, and Community Foundation President Richard (Ric) DeVore co-moderated a Mackinac Policy Conference panel about public-private partnerships. Panelists included Michigan Justice Fund Director...

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Racial Neutrality Does Not Exist: Why Affirmative Action Actually Benefits ALL of Us  

As leaders of foundations committed to the pursuit of a truly equal and inclusive society, we are greatly concerned about the recent decision made by the United States Supreme Court...

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Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan announces more than $17 million in grants during first quarter

The Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan and its supporting organizations provided combined grantmaking of more than $17 million during the first quarter to support nonprofit organizations and local governments working...

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