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THE OAKLAND PRESS: Walk for Warmth returns to Great Lakes Crossing

By Natalie Broda | January 15, 2018

The Oakland Livingston Human Service Agency will hold its annual Walk for Warmth on Feb. 3. The walk, now in its 28th year, serves as a fundraiser for the agency, which works to keep local residents warm throughout the winter. Read the full article here. 

WHMI: Fundraising Underway For OLHSA's Yearly Walk For Warmth

January 1, 2018

The recent frigid temperatures are a solid reminder that winter is here, which is why community members have begun raising money to help keep local neighbors and families warm. 
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OLHSA to expand low-income early childhood programs

OLHSA is expanding its Early Head Start program for young children and low-income households. Learn more here. 

Getting By in Oakland County

It is still one of the country's wealthiest palces, but the aftershocks of the Great Recession have left many struggling to get by - or get ahead. Learn more here. 

OLHSA aims to assist vulnerable populations

For more than 50 years, the Oakland Livingston Human Service Agency, or OLHSA, has continued former President Lyndon B. Johnson’s “War on Poverty” with relief programs aimed at those facing financial hardship. Learn more here.

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