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Press Release: OLHSA announces Affordable Assistance

OLHSA announces Affordable Assistance, Care for You and Your Home

This innovative fee-for-service program gives back to nonprofit programs


Pontiac, Mich., May 10, 2012 – OLHSA, A Community Action Agency is launching a fee-for-service program that will both improve the lives of...

Livingston Daily: OLHSA provides housing assistance for those living with HIV/AIDS

The Oakland Livingston Human Service Agency has funding available to assist people living with HIV or AIDS with rental costs through the Tenant Based Rental Assistance program in Livingston County.

The program is federally funded and administered by... Click here to read the full article.


News release - Art is in full bloom at OLHSA Head Start

Seasonal pieces to be auctioned when complete

Pontiac, Mich., May 9, 2012 - The journey into the world of art continues as OLHSA, A Community Action Agency, along with its Pontiac Head Start preschoolers welcome back Tim Yanke and Park West Gallery of Southfield for another round of artistic discovery and inspiration.

Yanke, a Birmingham-based artist specializing in abstract and neo-southwest paintings is returning to OLHSA Pontiac Head...

Grandparents raising grandchildren find support

Observer & Eccentric  |  April 15, 2012  |  Written by Diana Wing

According to the 2010 U.S. Census data, 4.9 million children (7 percent) under the age of 18 live in grandparent-headed households. Elaine K. Williams, author of The Sacred Work of Grandparents Raising Grandchildren, writes that one out of 9.5 children in the country are being raised part time or full time by their grandparents. The Michigan author will speak at a free workshop 6-8 p.m. Monday...

Giving women team up for area charities

April 12, 2012  |  Livingston Daily  |  Written by Amanda Whitesell

If Kathie Janego were to receive $10,000 as a result of an initiative by a new women's group, she said her nonprofit would have "plenty" to do with it.

The Love In the Name of Christ of the Greater Livingston Area executive director was one of more than 30 women who attended 100 Women Who Care About Livingston County's inaugural event Tuesday at Crystal Gardens in Genoa Township.