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Chelsea

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Chelsea · Dexter · Saline







Al-Anon


(734) 995-4949, helpline

Al-Anon Family Groups is a worldwide fellowship for friends and families of problem drinkers. AFG Nooner Group meets Fri. noon at First United Methodist Church, 128 Park St., rm. 207 ais@afgdistrict5.org, afgdistrict5.org


Alcoholics Anonymous


Helpline & Meeting Info: (734) 482-5700; Office: (734) 482-0707

12-step support groups for anyone who desires to stop drinking. In-person meeting (Sun. 7 p.m., Mon. 8 p.m., Tues. noon, Thurs. 8 p.m.)are at the First United Methodist Church, 128 Park St. See website for up-to-date status on Zoom, in-person, and hybrid meetings. office@hvai.org, hvai.org


Chelsea Area Friends for Recreation

P.O. Box 359, Chelsea 48118

Enhances and supports recreational and cultural activities for people of all ages in the greater Chelsea community. facebook.com/cafrbod


Chelsea Community Foundation

P.O. Box 83, Chelsea 48118
(734) 475-9891

Promotes individual, family, and corporate philanthropic giving to support the Chelsea community. Makes grants ($2,000-$25,000) to programs in the arts, education, health, human services, neighborhood and regional economic development, and environment and land use. rross@cfsem.org, chelseafound.org


Chelsea Community Garden

Sibley by Timbertown Park
(734) 719-0035

Members tend 20x20-foot organic plots. $20/plot with a $20 deposit (refundable). Orientation for new members. info@chelseacommunitygarden.org, chelseacommunitygarden.org


Chelsea Education Foundation

P.O. Box 281, Chelsea 48118

Raises money for college scholarships and grants to schools, community organizations, and local education programs. chelseaeducationfoundation.org


Chelsea Senior Center Meals on Wheels & Senior Café programs

512 E. Washington [map]
(734) 475-9245 (Chelsea & Manchester)

Delivers nutritious noontime meals to homebound participants and provides lunch daily at the Chelsea Senior Center. For both programs, a $3 suggested donation for people age 60 and above; no one turned away for inability to pay. People under 60 may purchase a meal for $5.50. connected@chelseaseniors.org, chelseaseniors.org/daily-lunch-home-delivered-meals/


Faith in Action

603 S. Main (near Chelsea Hospital) [map]
(734) 475-3305

Community resource agency meeting emergency needs, and fighting hunger and poverty primarily in the Chelsea and Dexter School District areas, and Scio Farms and Grass Lake. Programs include a food pantry, laundry, shower, free durable medical equipment, free clothing and household supplies room. Qualified clients can access financial assistance such as utility shut-off prevention, eviction prevention, advocacy and online public program (SNAP/Medicaid, etc.) benefits navigation, employment counseling, school supplies, Thanksgiving baskets, and holiday sponsorship. Hours: Mon.-Thurs. 9 a.m.-4 p.m. (Wed. until 7 p.m.), Fri. 10 a.m.-2 p.m. sherimontoye@faithinaction1.org, faithinaction1.org


Five Healthy Towns Foundation

14800 E. Old US-12 [map]
(734) 433-4599

Works to foster sustainable improvements in community health by operating wellness programming in Chelsea, Dexter, Grass Lake, Manchester, and Stockbridge. info@5healthytowns.org, 5healthytowns.org


SASHA Farm (Sanctuary and Safe Haven for Animals)


(734) 428-9617

The largest farm animal sanctuary in the Midwest. Check website or Facebook page for updates to volunteering and upcoming events. info@sashafarm.org, sashafarm.org


SRSLY Chelsea

775 S. Main [map]
(734) 593-5283

SRSLY Chelsea is a coalition of local youth, parents, peers, community organizations, clubs, professionals and businesses that partner to support youth mental health and substance-free living. SRSLY provides a space with programs, trainings, and other resources where youth can feel their mental health is supported, where it is safe to ask for help, and where the culture supports them in their decision to be substance-free. See website for programs, events, and opportunities. info@srslychelsea.org, srslychelsea.org


St. Louis Center & St. Louis Guanella Village

16195 Old US-12 [map]
(734) 475-8430, Fax (734) 475-0310

Residential care center since 1960 for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD). Assisted living and respite care are available. Residential applications are accepted for men and women ages 18 and up online, by fax, or via email. mail@stlouiscenter.org, stlouiscenter.org


Transition Town Chelsea

18799 Bush [map]
Patrick Zieske, (734) 389-8880

Promotes a resilient community through sustainable methods for addressing challenges in the areas of energy, environment, finance, and health, with a local focus. Revives old skills and encourages learning new ones. Conducts workshops, community projects, film discussions, home tours, group book reads, presentations, networking, and supports individual actions. Group on hold. Check website for updates. patrickzieske@yahoo.com, transitionchelsea.org


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