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Meet Your WIC Breastfeeding Counselor: Mariam Nassir

OLHSA WIC has four breastfeeding peer counselors that serve our five WIC clinic locations. Get to know our peer counselors! These women are passionate about what they do. Don't hesitate to contact our WIC office with your breastfeeding questions or concerns, they are happy to help! 877-526-2438

Name: Mariam Nassir

Clinic/clinics served: Madison Heights

 

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Meet Your WIC Breastfeeding Counselor: Holly Bertram

OLHSA WIC has four breastfeeding peer counselors that serve our five WIC clinic locations. Get to know our peer counselors! These women are passionate about what they do. Don't hesitate to contact our WIC office with your breastfeeding questions or concerns, they are happy to help! 877-526-2438

Name: Holly Bertram

Clinic served: Holly, MI

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What is your...

Meet Your WIC Breastfeeding Counselor: Amber Tinsley

OLHSA WIC has four breastfeeding peer counselors that serve our five WIC clinic locations. Get to know our peer counselors! These women are passionate about what they do. Don't hesitate to contact our WIC office with your breastfeeding questions or concerns, they are happy to help! 877-526-2438

Name: Amber Tinsley

Clinic/clinics served: Pontiac

Tell us a little bit about yourself: I love coaching high...

Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS (HOPWA) TBRA Waiting List to Open October 16, 2020

Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS (HOPWA) TBRA Waiting List to Open October 16, 2020

The Tenant Based Rental Assistance (TBRA) Program is a federally-funded HOPWA program that assists persons living with HIV/AIDS (PLWH/A) in paying their rent. The TBRA program is operated by the Oakland Livingston Human Service Agency (OLHSA). TBRA may be able to help pay your rent if your household is income eligible, your chosen rental unit is in the Warren EMA including...

Back To School Welcome Letter

Dear Parents and Caregivers,


This has been and continues to be a challenging time for us all.  Over the last months, we have worked diligently to study the guidance from national, state, and local officials, as well as seeking input from parents and stakeholders.  During this trying time, a couple of constants have been the fluidity of this situation and the fact that with every answer comes more questions. This is a complicated situation, but we have done our best...

NOTICE OF PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD ON PROPOSED FY21 COMMUNITY SERVICES BLOCK GRANT PLAN

NOTICE OF PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD ON PROPOSED

FY21 COMMUNITY SERVICES BLOCK GRANT PLAN

Oakland Livingston Human Service Agency (OLHSA) will accept public comments as required by the Michigan Department of Human Services CSBG Plan for FY21. Public comments will be accepted on the OLHSA/CSBG FY21 proposed plan from August 20, 2020 through September 3, 2020.

The plan summary is as follows:

A total of $1,637,859 is...

Meet Up and Eat Up Locations 2020

This summer OLHSA is bringing free, nutritious meals to children up to 18 years old and their parents around Pontiac through the Meet Up and Eat Up (MUEU) summer food program. There are multiple stationary and mobile sites available, making the program accessible to participants throughout the city.  See below for a Meet Up and Eat Up stop near you

Mobile Route #1

Monday through Friday...

OLHSA Takes Action Against Racism With a Commitment to the Community Action Promise

OLHSA, a Community Action Agency, stands in support of opportunity for all people. Our community members, especially people of color, have been severely impacted by a relentless pandemic, COVID‐19. Amidst these trying times, where families are coping with overwhelming grief, fear, and economic hardships, they continue to face another more insidious epidemic, racism.

Our community members of color have been harshly impacted by health, economic, and long‐existing racial...

Water Residential Assistance Program Success Story- WRAP-around services

"My name is Mae F. Payton; I came to OLHSA back in December of 2018 for help with my water bill. Prior to my appointment, I owed what I considered a lot of money, on my water bill. It appeared that no matter how much money I paid on my water bill it never seemed to help. I had been stressing over not being able to manage my water bill with my current income and disability. I heard about a water program called Water Residential Assistance Program (WRAP) and decided to call...

Faces of Success: Alisha Holland - Mother, employee, & community spark

Twelve years ago, Alisha found herself in a place where no mother wants to be, needing safety and security for her children and herself.  She had to flee an unsafe domestic situation of violence with her two young kids while pregnant.  With just a backpack of supplies, they took a bus from Detroit back to her home town of Pontiac to make a fresh start.

Alisha had many sleepless nights as she struggled to get back on her feet.  She had constant worry about having shelter...

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