NEWS & PRESS


We’re Hiring: Program Associate, Health & Human Services

The Opportunity The Program Associate is responsible for a wide range of support for program staff, including research, grant reviews, grant monitoring and assessment activities, program development and educational programs....

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Increasing Post-Overdose Treatment Options in the Emergency Department

Through the Michigan Opioid Partnership (MOP), the Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan supports increased efforts to reduce opioid overdose deaths. Among its most visible strategies is funding health systems across...

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The William Davidson Foundation celebrates founder’s 100th birthday with grant announcement at Detroit Pistons game

Detroit Organizations Receive Special Funding The William Davidson Foundation is honoring its late founder, William “Bill” Davidson, on what would have been his 100th birthday by announcing a pair of...

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Increasing Opioid Use Disorder Treatment Options in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula

The Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan is developing partnerships in the Upper Peninsula (UP), as part of its Emergency Department Medication for Opioid Use Disorder initiative. While the initiative itself...

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New Virtual Program for Family Caregivers to Help Community With Challenges Michigan Chronicle

This story was originally published in Michigan Chronicle. The caregiver needs help, too. A virtual program called [Care]Giving & Taking: Making Time for You, started by Jewish Family Service of...

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Mount Clemens Cairns Center gives youth a place to play after school Macomb Daily

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New vending machine offers free boxes of Narcan in Battle Creek Battle Creek Enquirer

Note: This story was originally posted by the Battle Creek Enquirer The Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan is proud to see the installation of a Narcan vending machine at the...

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Michigan philanthropic group announces latest round of grants. Here’s where $23M will go. Detroit Free Press

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A Powerful Resource for Emergency Department Clinicians in Making a Difference in the Opioid Epidemic

As the attending emergency physician and program director of the medication for opioid use disorder (MOUD) program at Flint’s Hurley Medical Center, Dr. Ryan Reece has been at the forefront...

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Easier Access to X-Waivers May Save Lives

Trinity Health Grand Rapids and Detroit Medical Center are two local health systems capitalizing on changes to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) guidance for prescribing buprenorphine,...

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