750 Airway Drive, Allegan, MI 49010
Types of Services: Provides residents and workers with transportation services.
ARC of Allegan County
219 Hubbard Street, Allegan, MI 49010
Types of Services: Agency offers advocacy and support to all families involved with the special education process in Allegan County.
Are you ready for college? This assessment will give you insight of what areas you may need help in.
426 Century Lane, Holland MI 49423
Phone (616) 396-5326
Types of Services: Provides information, referrals, resources and opportunities to individuals with disabilities while building communities where everyone can participate, contribute, and belong
A time-line of when and how to apply for guardianship.
What you need to know about guardianship.
219 S. Farmer Street, Otsego, Michigan 49078
The Young Adult Campus emphasizes community based instruction with a focus on vocational skills and functional academics.
1291 Lincoln Road, Allegan, MI 49010
Types of Services: Crisis Intervention services, homeless prevention, emergency housing, transitional housing, permanent housing, information and referral, supportive housing and case management.
4621 135th Avenue PO Box 36, Hamilton, MI 49419
Types of Services: Food, Clothing, Personal Needs, Bedding, Household Goods, Furniture, Appliance, Backpack Ministry, Christmas Adopt-A-Family, Prayer Ministry, L.I.F.E. Skills Mentoring Program (Learning in Finances and Everyday Skills
Christopher Roach, Rehabilitation Counselor
BSBP provides training and other services that empower people to achieve their individual goals.
Michigan Career & Technical Institute
11611 Pine Lake Road, Plainwell, MI 49080
Types of Services: Offers vocational / technical training opportunities and provides job development after completion of the program. Please see the brochure below for more information
Michigan Rehabilitation Services (MRS)
MRS is an agency that helps eligible customers and employers achieve quality employment outcomes and independence for individuals with disabilities. MRS works in partnership with individuals with disabilities to prepare for and obtain competitive employment.
Carrie Rhine-Kilel, Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor (800) 481-7837
For more information, please select the link below
Michigan Secretary of State
An important step for students to get "work-ready" is to obtain their Michigan ID (for those who do not have a Driver's License). The State of Michigan requires individuals to provide copies of documentation listed on the information sheets below:
Offers treatment in specialized community based homes, training and support to live in your own home, skill building with the goal of employment, skill development and job placement, and family support of children with autism and other disabilities.
Types of Services: Licensed clinical social workers, marriage, family, and child counselors who either individually or in partnership with other therapists, offer individual, group, conjoint, and family counseling on a private practice basis.