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Disability Employment Resources

Living as an individual with a disability comes with its fair share of challenges. The last thing you or your loved one should have to deal with is a frustrating process and confusing resources that complicate getting the support you need. So, whether you’re seeking employment, curious about available resources, or wondering how to secure […]

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Crain’s Detroit Business Names Lenora Hardy-Foster as a 2023 Notable Leader in Behavioral Health

Lenora Hardy-Fost

Lenora Hardy-Foster has led Judson Center as its President & CEO since 2016. She is committed to strengthening the well-being and potential of children, adults and families through services in behavioral and physical health, autism, foster care, adoption and disabilities. Under her strategic direction, the agency’s operating budget rose from $16.5 million in 2016 to […]

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Same Day Mental Health Care at Judson Health

Patients can call to receive Integrated Care Services

Providing Mental Health Services When People Need It Most We believe you no one should have to wait when they need essential mental health care. To support this belief, the Judson Center Behavioral Health team now offers Same Day Open Access intake appointments at our health clinic located at the Warren, MI location. How Does […]

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Judson Center Honors Human Service Heroes During Black History Month

Black Heroes of Human Services

Honoring Black Heroes of Human Service This month, Judson Center is honored to celebrate Black History Month and recognize the incredible contribution of African Americans to our community and our country. There are many individuals to highlight. However, this year we want to elevate the stories of those who have helped contribute to the history […]

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National Adoption Month – Jennifer’s Story

Adoption Month_Jennifer's Story

A self-proclaimed “workaholic,” Jennifer Stevens came to realize the years were swiftly passing by and she had yet to start a family. She desperately wanted to share her home with children, so she gave some serious thought to becoming a foster parent. “I actually work in child welfare. I have for over 20 years,” said […]

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Jeremiah’s Journey from Silence

Jeremiah | Autism Connections

Finding his voice through Judson Center’s Autism Connections The Mayberry home in Ypsilanti is a busy place, with four children all under six years of age. The boys’ father, Corderril, is taking college courses and their mother, Shatara, manages schedules and keeps the household together. Jeremiah, the Mayberry’s oldest son, was diagnosed with autism spectrum […]

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