They had every reason to celebrate.
The Judson Center, which already provides autism programs, behavioral health services, child and family services including foster care and adoption and employment services for the disabled, hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony for their new Judson Center Family Health Clinic in Warren Friday morning.
“This is such as blessing for families,” said state Sen. Paul Wojno, who was among the political, county and community leaders, business owners, foundation members and health care professionals who attended.
When he was a boy and his two cousins lost a member of their family there was nothing like it available to help them deal with the fallout of grief.
The new clinic will provide critical care primary health services integrated with mental health care to existing Judson Center consumers, primarily children from low-income backgrounds, but also the general public — and all ages from infants to seniors.
For complete story: The Macomb Daily, Judson Center.