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Community leaders are concerned about patients with trauma or trust issues adjusting to new clinics.
Since the Mercy Health Heartside Health Center closed over a month ago, other organizations are working to address the needs of displaced patients. Read More
Dégagé Ministries helps homeless, low-income residents with deeply discounted products.
For the seventh consecutive year, local organizations are partnering to help the less fortunate during the holiday season. Read More
Women 4 Dégagé offers resources and looks to help Dégagé’s Open Door Women’s Center.
Women are the most vulnerable population as chronic homelessness worsens in Grand Rapids, so a newly formed group of women volunteers is working to give them the extra help they need. Read More
Social enterprise partners with Dégagé Ministries to offer job opportunities for women in crisis.
Blown through the doors of Dégagé Ministries by 50 mph winds and snow last winter, Susan Schnur was “frozen stiff” and needed a place to stay that was off the streets. Little did she know that within five months, she would also have a job as a baker and a newfound family. Read More
Two nonprofits partner on services after WMU bought Mel Trotter building and parking lot for $1.1 million.
Mel Trotter Ministries is ending its food pantry and day center services as they exist, instead partnering with other local food pantries and with the Dégagé Ministries day center. Read More