A key part of Poverty Solutions’ mission to informing, identifying and testing new strategies for the prevention and alleviation of poverty is the development of partnerships with community organizations that also focus on these issues. We are currently collaborating with the following groups on projects:
CHASS provides accessible and affordable primary health care and support services to all residents of the community, with special emphasis on underserved African-American and Latino populations.
Serving students and families in metropolitan Detroit since 1995, CIS links existing community resources to schools to help students successfully learn, stay in school and continue on the path to graduation.
Since 1885, DHD has worked to improve the health and well-being of Detroiters through programs, policy promotion and partnerships in and around the city.
DHDC’s mission is to provide innovative and culturally appropriate services that advance the education, health and economic welfare of youth and families in southwest Detroit.
Established in 1994, DWEJ champions collaboration on policy, education and workforce initiatives to advance environmental justice and sustainable redevelopment objectives.
For more than 30 years, ECN has worked to enhance resident engagement, advocacy, leadership development and innovative approaches to land development on Detroit’s lower east side.
Based at Detroit’s Parkside Homes public housing complex, FOP offers information and advice to residents and the surrounding neighborhood to help them address their health, education and safety concerns.
Founded in 1915, HFHS provides both health insurance and health care delivery through its system of six hospitals and dozens of medical centers in southeast Michigan.
IPH works with the Detroit Health Department to deliver public health programs and improve service through new funding models and public-private partnerships.
LHS supports families, youth, seniors and those who are developmentally disabled in their efforts to improve their social, health and educational situations.
Since 1955, NSO has provided assistance to vulnerable Detroiters seeking health and housing solutions; leadership and workforce training for youth; and volunteer opportunities for individuals, groups, and organizations.