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Saginaw County Prevention Coalition Partners

SCPC is a community coalition of partners — uniting youth, parents, schools, coaches, librarians, doctors, nurses, police officers, faith based organizations, business owners, civic groups, and community members who want to prevent youth substance use.

Our Saginaw community have organized a SCPC coalition. Together, the SCPC has more than 1,000 volunteers donating time and energy. Anyone age 10 and up can join by working on a project, helping at an event, or coming to a meeting. Our strength comes from our members as we work to create positive changes in our community.

Covenant Healthcare

From moms-to-be and babies to great-grandfathers, Covenant HealthCare is the one health system in the Great Lakes Bay Region that delivers extraordinary care across generations and across specialties. Covenant HealthCare offers a broad spectrum of programs and services, including high-risk obstetrics, neonatal and pediatric intensive care, a Level II Adult and Pediatric Trauma Center, and treatment centers for cardiology, oncology, orthopedics, and more.

(989) 583-0000
700 Cooper Avenue
Saginaw, MI 48602

The Ezekiel Project

The Ezekiel Project is a community organizing collective composed of numerous area churches and faith-based groups. Ezekiel’s mission is to empower the Saginaw community and its leaders through community organizing, relationship building, skill development, education, and civic engagement. Through task forces, the Ezekiel Project seeks to enact justice in the arenas of criminal justice & reform, the economy, education, the environment, and healthcare.

(989) 755-1620 | email:
Located inside the First Congregational Church
403 S. Jefferson Ave.
Saginaw, MI 48607

First Ward Community Service

First Ward Community Service provides a range of services which transitions the lives of youth and adults from dependency to self-sufficiency. First Ward’s services include after school and summer programs for children, career preparation activities for students, basic emergency assistance, and programs for senior citizens. Through these services, First Ward serves as a support and advocacy network for residents of Saginaw County.

(989) 753-0411
1410 N 12th St
Saginaw, MI 48601

Great Lakes Bay Health Centers

GLBHC is one community health center umbrella made up of 30 locations throughout the Great Lakes Bay region which serve 16 different counties. Great Lakes Bay Health Centers provide excellent health care to individuals and communities, especially those who are underserved, uninsured, or underinsured. The services provided are sensitive to the needs of the community and are not based on the ability to pay.

(989) 399-6120
location: Saginaw High School
3100 Webber St.
Saginaw, MI 48601

List Psychological Services

List Psychological Services, PLC, is a private group practice specializing in behavioral

health care including mental health, substance abuse and co-occurring treatment services. List Psychological Services aims to provide the most effective outpatient psychological and substance abuse services available in the area and to help those served to reach their potential.

(989) 790-3130
5024 N. Center Rd.
Saginaw, MI 48604

Michigan Banner

The Michigan Banner is an independent, nonpartisan media outlet that represents diverse perspectives and reports news and events in the Great Lakes Bay region and surrounding areas. The Michigan Banner is committed to educating, informing, and enlightening readers on the issues that face the community while exploring opportunities to invoke systemic change through solutions journalism.

(989) 992-2600 | email:
301 E. Genesee Ave.
Saginaw, MI 48607

Mid-State Health Network

Mid-State Health Network (MSHN) is one of 10 Pre-paid Inpatient Health Plans (PIHPs) in the State of Michigan. MSHN covers 21 counties in Michigan, including Saginaw. The role of MSHN is to oversee Federal and State funds and services for Mental Health and Substance Use Disorder Treatment, Prevention, and Recovery. As the manager of services, MSHN will make sure that services are given to you based on your needs and goals and are within the guidelines set by the state of Michigan. MSHN strives to ensure that you and your family members are treated with dignity and respect.

(517) 657-3001 | contact: Jill Worden | email:
530 W. Ionia St., Ste. B
Lansing, MI 48933

Molina Healthcare of Michigan

Molina Healthcare contracts with state governments and serves as a health plan, providing a wide range of quality health care services to families and individuals who qualify for government-sponsored programs, including Medicaid and the State Children's Health Insurance Program (SCHIP). The mission of Molina Healthcare is to provide quality healthcare to the people they serve.

(810) 348-0682 | contact: Amanda Forsmark | email:
880 West Long Lake Road, Ste. 600
Troy, MI 48098

Parishioners on Patrol

Parishioners on Patrol of Saginaw is a faith-based organization of Christian men and women working together as a liaison between the community and the Saginaw Police Department to combat crime and violence on Saginaw’s city streets. Parishioners on Patrol is a non-violent movement designed to bring peace to the streets of Saginaw by reinforcing love and respect for human life.

(989) 401-6213
facebook: Parishioners on Patrol
2316 Webber St
Saginaw, MI 48601

Peer 360 Recovery Alliance

Peer360 Recovery Alliance exists to serve the diverse recovery communities, their families, friends, and allies through offering a unified voice and a shared recovery vision. Peer 360 seeks to build bridges across the gaps between professional treatment services and successful lives in long-term recovery so that no more are lost to addiction.

(989) 778-3144
503 N. Euclid Ave., Ste. 12
Bay City, MI 48706

Presley Consulting ETC

Lynn Presley M.A. is an Educational and Treatment Consultant specializing in providing service resources and the therapeutic and educational placement of youth and adults who struggle with issues related to mental health, substance abuse, and eating disorders. She is extremely knowledgeable about a variety of local and national resources and compassionately helps families navigate the treatment and education industry and receive the assistance they need.

(480) 239-4482 | email:

Sacred Heart Rehabilitation Center

Sacred Heart provides Individual Prevention programming with evidence-based programs that increase the individual's knowledge and skills to promote health. Environmental programming provides collaborative strategies to reduce conditions in the community that harm public health.

(989) 776-6000 | contact: Kathy Geiger | email:
301 E. Genesee Ave.
Saginaw, MI 48607

Saginaw City Council

The City of Saginaw operates under a Council-Manager form of government. In this system, the City Council is composed of nine members elected at-large in non-partisan elections for four-year, overlapping terms. The Council represents all the citizens of Saginaw and has the responsibility for setting all municipal policies such as approving the budget, determining the tax rate, and adopting ordinances, resolutions, voting appropriations, and fee schedules.

(989) 759-1401 | email:
1315 South Washington Ave.
Saginaw, MI 48601

Saginaw County Board of Commissioners

The Saginaw County Board of Commissioners is the 11-member, policy-making body for government, with broad budget powers to provide public services. The board may create boards and commissions, make appointments for administrative positions, buy and sell land for county uses, build facilities, borrow money and equalize property tax assessments.

(989) 790-5267 | email:
111 S. Michigan Ave.
Saginaw, MI 48602

Saginaw County Community Mental Health Authority

The Saginaw County Community Mental Health Authority (SCCMHA) ­is the public agency charged with the provision and oversight of service networks serving Saginaw County youth, families, and adults with developmental and intellectual disabilities, serious emotional disorders and behavioral challenges, mental illness, and substance use disorders. SCCMHA actively strives to develop a system of care and a community that values and embraces the potential and contributions of all individuals with disabilities.

(989) 797-3400 | contact: Rachel Slivik | email:
500 Hancock Street
Saginaw, MI 48602

Saginaw Intermediate School District

Saginaw Intermediate School District (ISD) is an educational service agency that provides effective and innovative leadership, services, resources and programs throughout Saginaw County. With the mission to serve, innovate, and empower, Saginaw ISD serves twelve local school districts as well as a number of public school academies and private parochial schools. Saginaw ISD provides direct student services and a number of support services to educators and educational leaders across the Great Lakes Bay Region.

(989) 399-7473
3933 Barnard Road
Saginaw, MI 48603

The Saginaw Police Department

The Saginaw Police Department builds relationships within Saginaw's diverse and vibrant community to reduce crime, to help citizens feel safe, and to maintain the highest ethical standards demanded of law enforcement. The Saginaw Police Department strives to better the lives of those in the community and provide quality support and resources to all persons in need.

(989) 759-1289 | contact: Lt. David Kendziorski | email:
612 Federal Ave.
Saginaw, MI 48607

Saginaw Psychological Services

Saginaw Psychological Services, Inc. is a private, multidisciplinary, outpatient clinic that has served the mental health and substance abuse needs of adults and children in the greater Tri-County area since 1972. Saginaw Psychological Services delivers quality behavioral health and substance use disorder care to all using current treatment approaches delivered by a passionate, committed, skilled, and diverse workforce of health care professionals.

(989) 799-2100
2100 Hemmeter Road
Saginaw, MI 48603

Saginaw Public Schools

The Saginaw Public School District serves 7,497 students in its 15 schools, including 10 elementary schools, 1 middle school, and 3 high schools. The District prides itself on having something for everyone, including themed schools, gifted and talented programs, career and technical education, and youth sports programs. Saginaw Public Schools is committed to ensuring the highest level of academic achievement and career preparation for all students.

(989) 399-6500 | email:
550 Millard Street
Saginaw, MI 48607

Saginaw Valley State University

Saginaw Valley State University (SVSU) provides affordable tuition and unique opportunities for students at an attractive, suburban campus in Michigan’s Great Lakes Bay Region. SVSU creates opportunities for individuals to achieve intellectual and personal development through academic, professional, and cultural programs. Through educational excellence and dynamic partnerships, SVSU transforms lives, unleashing possibilities for impact in the Saginaw community and worldwide.

(989) 964-4000 | contact: Cal Talley | email:
7400 Bay Road
University Center, MI 48710

Victory Clinical Services

Saginaw Psychological Services, Inc. is a private, multidisciplinary, outpatient clinic that has served the mental health and substance abuse needs of adults and children in the greater Tri-County area since 1972. Saginaw Psychological Services delivers quality behavioral health and substance use disorder care to all using current treatment approaches delivered by a passionate, committed, skilled, and diverse workforce of health care professionals.

(989) 752-7867
508 Shattuck Road
Saginaw, MI 48604

Women of Colors

Women of Colors (WOC) is an independent nonprofit organization that has been an active community partner since inception in 1993. Women of Colors’ mission promotes multi-cultural diversity and enhances community relations in the Great Lakes Bay Region by empowering families, performing community service, mentoring youth, and collaborating with other organizations.

(989) 737-9286
SVRC Industries – Learn to Earn Academy
1000 Tuscola Street
Saginaw, Michigan 48607

Word of Faith International Ministries

Word of Faith International Ministries is a church in Saginaw led by Dr. Bryon Hayes and his wife Chestermae Hayes. Word of Faith is involved in a number of ministries in the community, including a food pantry and jail ministry. Word of Faith International Ministries is committed to upholding the public trust by serving the community with integrity, honesty, accountability, and respect.

(989) 752-1675 | email:
500 N. Washington Ave
Saginaw, MI 48607

Youth Protection Council

The Youth Protection Council saves lives and supports children and families in reaching their full potential, becoming self-sufficient, and creating futures through education and shelter services. These services include emergency shelter for runaway and homeless youth, substance abuse prevention programs, a parenting program for teen and young parents, and long term housing as well as rapid re-housing rental assistance for homeless teenage parents and their children.

(989) 755-0937
2806 Davenport
Saginaw, MI 48602