A local foster mother is opening her door to children anytime day or night and creating the resources for others to do the same.
While many are enjoying the long holiday weekend, the doors at Judson Center and its subsidiary Child Safe Michigan are never closed. That’s why the Detroit Legends Ball is a necessary fundraiser each year for Child Safe Michigan.
On Saturday, June 11, Street Beat interviewed local agencies, including Judson Center on what is being done to stop child abuse.
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As Mental Health and Foster Care Awareness Month gets underway, one local agency that assists people with mental health issues and foster care has a new home.
For over 90 years the have been serving children, adults and families throughout Southeastern Michigan.
When Tiffany Mullen was 7 years old, Child Protective Services removed her from the Mount Clemens home she shared with her mother.
Due to the nature of the work we do, Judson Center upholds the privacy of the children, adults and families we serve. Therefore, photos and names may be changed to protect identity.