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  • Giving Bolis | CHS

    Giving BECOME A WALKER TODAY Join Bishop Walsh as he walks across the Mackinac Bridge to support Catholic Human Services this Labor Day. This family-friendly event will allow you to walk the Mackinac Bridge alongside Bishop Walsh and the staff of Catholic Human Services on September 4th, 2023. We are asking anyone interested in walking to simply create a walker page. Once your page is created, you can share it with your friends and family with the goal of gathering $250 in charitable giving. Your walker page will allow you to track how close you are to reaching your goal. ​ On Labor Day, we will gather in Mackinaw City. We will walk 5 miles from Mackinaw City to the bridge's center and return. ​ For over 50 years, Catholic Human Services has been committed to strengthening families in northern Michigan. Your efforts will allow Catholic Human Services to continue this work. ​ Become a walker yourself by creating a walker page by clicking "become a walker today" to the left. ​ If you have questions or need help setting up a walker page, contact Susan Kirkman, Digital Marketing/Charitable Giving Manager: ​ skirkman@catholichumanservices.org 989-785-3030 ext. 2416

  • Phone Directory | CHS

    Phone Directory Traverse City | 231-947-8110 Gaylord | 989-732-6761 Alpena | 989-356-6385 Cadillac | 231-775-6581 Atlanta | 989-356-6385 Benzonia | 231-947-8110 East Tawas | 989-356-6385 Harrisville | 231-947-8110 Houghton Lake | 231-947-8110 Mancelona | 231-587-4362 Manistee | 231-723-6321 Mio | 231-947-8110 Roscommon | 231-947-8110 Rogers City | 989-356-6385 West Branch | 231-947-8110

  • Alcohol And Drug Recovery | Catholic Human Services

    Alcohol and Drug Recovery Alcohol and Drug Recovery Catholic Human Services (CHS) provides comprehensive outpatient Alcohol and Drug Recovery services for adults, adolescents, and families in northern Michigan. Our supportive clinical staff members are trained and certified to provide best-practice outpatient treatments to people with substance use disorders. Our services fully complement those involved in 12-step programs and other pathways to recovery. CHS believes that everyone is unique. We approach treatment from a holistic perspective and view mind, body, and spirit as components of a healthy life. We begin by first listening and learning from each client, and then we use evidence-based treatments to build a personalized recovery program to suit the needs of each person. ​ Client Financial Assistance At CHS, our client's well-being is our priority. We don't want the cost of treatment to be a barrier. We will bill health insurance whenever possible. CHS fees are charged on a sliding scale depending on income. And there are times when we can access Client Assistance Funds, which are made possible by generous donors. We provide services in-person and virtually. Individual therapy Group therapy Family counseling Peer recovery supports (additional information below) Care coordination Post overdose response (additional information below) Referrals to Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) Or Call us today for a guided financial assistance process Request a call back Peer Recovery Coaches Certified peer recovery coaches are trained and state-certified individuals who have lived experience and have sustained long-term success in their recovery. They have a unique perspective and can assist clients throughout their recovery journey. Coaches maintain contact with an individual for as long as the client finds the support helpful. At Catholic Human Services, peer recovery coaches play an important role in delivering services. Post Overdose Response Call the hotline today for help: 1-833-DIAL-WRT Have you or a loved one recently experienced an overdose or fear an overdose and need help considering your options? Call us at 1-833-342-5978 . We can help. Let us help you reduce barriers to getting well. We can connect you to treatment and harm-reduction resources throughout northern Michigan. And if you live in Presque Isle, Montmorency, Alpena, Oscoda, Alcona, Ogemaw, or Iosco, we have an added service, which organizes a team led by a recovery coach who will be in contact with you within 72 hours. The Wellness Team will explore with you 1) access to harm reduction supplies, 2) connection to local resources and recovery options, and 3) help you reduce barriers to getting well.

  • Counseling Services | CHS

    Counseling Services Individual and Family Counseling Against the backdrop of accelerating pressures in everyday life, CHS offers counseling to help individuals and families get through an array of complex problems. CHS staff use best-practice counseling strategies to empower clients to meet goals. CHS offers sliding fee schedules and provides free pregnancy counseling to those in need. We strictly adhere to state and federal confidentiality guidelines. We provide services to families and individuals of all ages, backgrounds, and incomes. We can help with: ​ Loss and grief Difficulty managing stress Mild to moderate mental health issues Marital, family, or relationship conflicts Adjustment-related problems Trauma Anxiety and depression Addiction Client Financial Assistance: At CHS, your well-being is our priority. We don't want the cost of treatment to be a barrier. We will bill your health insurance whenever possible. CHS fees are charged on a sliding scale depending on family income. And there are times when we can access Client Assistance Funds, which are made possible by generous donors. Inquire about financial assistance Request a call back Pregnancy Counseling Discovering you're pregnant can create a range of emotions. And in the case of an unplanned, unexpected pregnancy, the feelings can sometimes be scary and overwhelming. There are important decisions to make, and it's common to feel unsure. That's when CHS can help. We offer free, confidential, fully supportive pregnancy counseling to help you sort through your options and develop the best plan for you and your baby. Our experienced, counselors will: Respond to your concerns thoroughly and honestly. Help connect you to needed resources. Honor your choices and feelings. If you plan to parent, help you develop the support you need. If you're leaning towards adoption, provide you with knowledge and support to ensure your wishes are fully met. Call 231-590-8337 to talk with someone today, or fill out the contact form , and we will call you. Alcohol and Drug Recovery To learn more about our Alcohol and Drug Recovery Program click here. Client Information To learn more about being a client with Catholic Human Services click here.

  • Contact CHS - Gaylord | CHS

    Contact Catholic Human Services Contact CHS / Request a Call Back - Gaylord Office Fill out this short form and a Catholic Human Services representative will call you back by the next business day for an appointment. If you need immediate assistance, please call (231) 947-8110. First Name Last Name Email Phone Add a Note What regional office would I like to hear from? Traverse City Alpena Cadillac Gaylord I would like to know more information about the following services: Alcohol and Drug Recovery Services Counseling Services Employee Assistance Program Open Adoption Services Senior Volunteer Programs Classes (Court ordered) Submit Thanks for submitting, we'll be in touch shortly!

  • Board of Directors | CHS

    Board of Directors Our Management Team Chip Cieslinski , President/CEO ccieslinski@catholichumanservices.org Kara Steinke , COO ksteinke@catholichumanservices.org ​ Donna Hardies , Prevention Supervisor dhardies@catholichumanservices.org ​ Sarah Hegg , Western and Southwestern Region Clinical Supervisor shegg@catholichumanservices.org ​ Theresa Kerry , Senior Volunteer Programs Director tkerry@catholichumanservices.org ​ Susan Kirkman , Digital Marketing/Charitable Giving Manager skirkman@catholichumanservices.org ​ Larry LaCross , Eastern Region Clinical Supervisor llacross@catholichumanservices.org ​ Pamela Morgridge , Central Region Clinical Supervisor pmorgridge@catholichumanservices.org ​ Lauren Reed , Western Region Prevention Supervisor lreed@catholichumanservices.org ​ Rhonda Reynolds , Human Resources/Accounting rreynolds@catholichumanservices.org ​ Kayla Thomas , Quality Assurance/ Continuous Quality Improvement kthomas@catholichumanservices.org Board of Directors Bishop Jeffrey J. Walsh The Most Reverend Jeffrey J. Walsh was born on November 29, 1965. The son of Jerome and Nancy Walsh, he is a native of Scranton, Pa., and is a graduate of Scranton Central High School. He is one of three children, with brothers James and Joseph Walsh. He graduated from the University of Scranton in 1987 with a bachelor’s degree in Health and Human Resources. He went on to complete his priestly studies at Mount St. Mary’s Seminary, Emmitsburg, Md., earning a Master of Divinity Degree. Bishop Walsh received a Master of Arts in Christian Spirituality from Creighton University in 1999 and a Master of Social Work Degree from Marywood University in 2010. ​ Bishop Walsh was ordained a priest of the Diocese of Scranton by Bishop James C. Timlin at the Cathedral of Saint Peter, Scranton, Pa., on June 25, 1994. After ordination, Bishop Walsh served as assistant pastor at Saint Rose of Lima Church, Carbondale, and the Cathedral of Saint Peter, Scranton. In July 1999, he was appointed to his first pastorate at Saint Mary of the Lake Church, Lake Winola, as well as Director of Spiritual & Liturgical Formation at Saint Pius X Seminary in Dalton, Pa.. From July 2004-July 2006, he served as pastor at Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary Church, Tunkhannock, until being appointed to serve as Episcopal Vicar for the Eastern Pastoral Region of the Diocese of Scranton. ​ In 2008, Bishop Walsh became administrator of Saint Rita Church, Gouldsboro, and in 2009 was appointed administrator of Saint Anthony, Saint Bridget and Saint John the Baptist parishes in Throop. In July 2010, Bishop Walsh was appointed to serve as pastor at the Church of Saint John, East Stroudsburg. ​ In January 2015, he was appointed Episcopal Vicar for Clergy by Bishop Joseph C. Bambera. While serving in that role, Bishop Walsh also served as Sacramental Minister for Our Lady of the Eucharist Parish, Pittston. In July 2020, he was appointed pastor at Saint Rose of Lima Parish, Carbondale, and Our Lady of Mount Carmel Parish, Carbondale. ​ During his years of pastoral ministry, Bishop Walsh also served in a variety of diocesan positions, including Director of Religious Formation at the former Sacred Heart High School in Carbondale and the former Bishop Hannan High School in Scranton. For five years he was chaplain at Saint Michael’s School and for 12 years (1995-2007) he served as chaplain to the Deaf Community. Bishop Walsh has also served as diocesan vocations director, was director of youth and young adult retreats at Fatima Center, and served for one year as the Diocesan Deputy Secretary for Catholic Human Services. In 2007, he was also appointed to the Board of Directors of the Notre Dame Regional School System. ​ On December 21, 2021, the Diocese of Gaylord, Mich., announced that Bishop Walsh had been appointed by Pope Francis to serve as sixth bishop of the Diocese of Gaylord. As bishop of Gaylord, he succeeds the Most Reverend Steven J. Raica, J.C.D., D.D., who served as shepherd of the diocese from August 28, 2014 until June 23, 2020, at which time he was installed as bishop of the Diocese of Birmingham in Alabama. Since June 2020, while the diocese was a vacant see, Bishop Walter A. Hurley has served as Apostolic Administrator of the Diocese of Gaylord. Bishop Walsh’s episcopal ordination and installation as the sixth bishop of Gaylord took place on March 4, 2022 at Saint Mary, Our Lady of Mount Carmel Cathedral in Gaylord. Barb Soffredine - Chairperson Barbara Soffredine is a long-time member of the CHS Board of Directors and currently serves as the vice-chair. She is also a member of the Otsego Human Services Network (chair), the Michigan Comprehensive School Health Coordinators Association, the Otsego County Committee to End Homelessness, and the Otsego chapter of the Michigan Coalition to Reduce Underage Drinking. Barb holds bachelor's, master's, and doctoral degrees from Eastern Michigan University. She has held teaching positions at Eastern Michigan University, Macomb Community College, St. Mary Cathedral High School, and currently teaches Anatomy and Physiology for Kirtland Community College. She recently retired from Cheboygan-Otsego-Presque Isle Educational Service District where she served as the Director of General Education. Barb and her husband Russ have lived in Gaylord for almost 40 years. They have two daughters and two grandchildren. James Supina - Vice Chairperson Jim is a member of St. Mary Parish in Mio, where he is a Eucharistic minister, lector, usher, member of Our Lady of the Woods Shrine committee, and chair of the Shrine scholarship committee. He has a bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Detroit and a master's degree in engineering from Northwestern University. Jim is retired from the Ford Motor Company and Mascotech. Jim and his wife Chris are the proud parents of four children and four grandchildren. Jim enjoys all outdoor activities, youth education, and natural resource conservation. He is currently the vice-chairman of HeadWaters Land Conservancy, a member of the Pigeon River Advisory Council, and active in other conservation-related organizations. Dawn Ewald - Secretary Dawn joins us with over 40 years of healthcare experience. Early in her career, she was primarily involved in maternal/child/infant health both clinically and in the public health arena. For over 20 years, Dawn directed a variety of hospital areas at a local Catholic hospital ensuring Mission integrity through community outreach activities. Dawn established the first area-wide community health assessment and implementation strategy focusing on patient access for substance abuse, chronic disease, and health and wellness especially for the underserved and marginalized. Dawn is retired from the former Mercy Hospital in Cadillac and most recently as the temporary Director of the Stehouwer Free Clinic. She is now focusing her time in community areas that she still has an interest in serving, such as the “All Saints” cluster of churches in the Wexford, Missaukee counties in Parish Health Ministry. Dawn obtained her education in nursing from North Central Michigan College in Petoskey, Ferris State University, and Michigan State University. Her husband Bill retired from the army 12 years ago but remains very active in the community. They are the parents of two boys and grandparents of two girls and one boy. Dan Smith - Treasurer Dan is a member of St. Mary's Cathedral Parish in Gaylord. He is an active member of the Gaylord community serving on several boards, including the Otsego Memorial Hospital and the OMH Foundation boards, and the Otsego County Sports Hall of Fame. Dan graduated from St. Mary's Cathedral School and attended Lake Superior State University where he obtained his Bachelor of Science in Accounting. He is a member of the Michigan Association of Certified Public Accountants and the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. He currently operates his own accounting business in the Gaylord area. Dan is married to his wife Kim who is employed at the Diocese of Gaylord. Together they have six children. Dan enjoys coaching his children in sporting activities. In addition, he enjoys working out on a regular basis and golfing in the summer. Paul Beachnau I am the youngest of 7 siblings born to Richard and Rosemary Beachnau. My dad Richard was the first Director of C.H.S in the Diocese of Gaylord when it was formed in 1971. He was appointed by Edmund Cardinal Szoka, the first Bishop of the Diocese of Gaylord. Our entire family moved to Gaylord in 1972 from Lansing where all 7 of us Mike, Pat, Brian, Mary, Karen, Greg, and I were enrolled at Gaylord St. Mary Cathedral High School. Prior to that I had attended Holy Cross grade school in Lansing. I can proudly say that I have 12 years of Catholic education. Following High School, I attended and graduated from Michigan State University with a degree in Public Administration. I have served as the Executive Director of the Gaylord Area Chamber of Commerce and\ or the Gaylord Area Convention and Tourism Bureau for my entire working career. I held a dual role as Director of both organizations until 2017 when I was appointed to serve exclusively as the Executive Director of the Gaylord Tourism Bureau. I have always had an interest in State and Local Government and was elected to the Otsego County Board of Commissioners where I served 18 years. I was Chairman of the Finance Committee and served as Chairman of the Board for two of my 9 terms. I am an active parishioner at Gaylord St. Mary Cathedral and serve as a lector. I have also served on the Parish Finance Council. I have been member of the Gaylord Rotary Club for 36 years. ​ I am the proud parent of two adult children Daughter Abby – 22 and Son – Timmy 21. Both of my children serve our country as active-duty members of the United States Air Force. In my spare time you will find me out enjoying nature where I love to bike, ski, snowshoe, hike and take my beloved Golden Retriever – MAC for long walks on the trails. You might also spot me up in Paradise, Michigan in the Upper Peninsula where the family has owned a cabin on Lake Superior for 44 years. Dr. Jaci Fitzgerald Dr. Jaci lives on the Sunrise side of the diocese in Harrisville, her husband's hometown, Dr. John MacMaster. They live on the MacMaster Centennial Farm, raising four children, registered Angus cattle, a large vegetable garden, and various 4-H livestock projects. As a family physician, her medical practice includes active work in the evaluation and treatment of child abuse in a leadership role for the NE MI Child Advocacy Center. She is also a volunteer medical consultant for the diocesan Natural Family Planning programs. She is active in her community as a 4-H leader, Safe Sitter instructor, and a supporter of the local FFA chapter and high school golf teams. At St Anne’s Parish she serves as lector, cantor, extraordinary minister of the Eucharist, and in various hospitality roles. The CHS adoption program blessed the MacMaster family with their youngest child. Dr. Jaci and the baby’s birth mother have appeared together at speaking engagements promoting open adoption. Dr. Jaci is honored to serve her first term on the board. Betsy Hardy, MSN, RN Betsy Hardy MSN, RN has been a nurse for nearly 30-years, working in areas of perinatal-infant health, early childhood, community collaboration, relationship-based care, trauma-awareness, and resilience. ​ In early 2000, Betsy worked with a multi-organizational regional team representing health departments, hospitals, community agencies, and health care providers, to build the nationally recognized program Healthy Futures. This collaborative, innovative program was the first of its kind, offering nursing support and home visiting resources for all families delivering babies in the northern Michigan region. Betsy is currently working in public health at the Benzie-Leelanau District Health Department, helping to build nursing programs in area schools. Betsy is a member of St. Francis Church in Traverse City. She is married to Tom, both graduating from St. Francis High School. They have five children who have all attended Grand Traverse Area Catholic Schools, two sons-in-law, and one granddaughter. Betsy enjoys attending her children’s sporting events and being outdoors, especially gardening. She is honored to be a part of Catholic Human Services. Christine Hitch Christine Hitch is the Marketing Communications Director and Affiliate Director for the Community Foundation for Northeast Michigan where she has worked since 2005 serving the communities she has always called “home”. She holds a bachelor’s degree from Oakland University. Christine is active throughout her community as a member of the Rotary Club of Alpena where she serves as the grants committee chairperson, and with Alcona Fit Club where she teaches group exercise classes for community members. She is a lifelong member of St. Anne Catholic Church in Harrisville. She and her husband Adam have two sons, ages 9 and 6. As a homeschool family, they enjoy outside activities, traveling and exploring new, hidden places in northeast Michigan. Renee Shimmel Renee joins us with nearly 40 years of experience in marketing communications. Currently, she is the Director of Communications for the Diocese of Gaylord. Prior to joining the diocese, she created and executed marketing and communications plans for a variety of healthcare companies, including Bi-County Community Hospital, DMC Sinai-Grace Hospital, Henry Ford Health System, and McLaren Northern Michigan. She holds a master’s degree in advertising from Michigan State University and a bachelor’s degree in journalism/PR from Wayne State University. Originally from metro Detroit, Renee and her husband Dave, moved to Petoskey in 2021. They are members of Holy Childhood of Jesus in Harbor Springs, where Dave is the communications coordinator. Renee and Dave have been married for more than 30 years and are the proud parents of two adult sons who both wed in 2023.

  • Supporting Families | CHS

    Strong Families Build Supportive Communities Supporting Families Many families with multiple problems come to the attention of the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) or Community Mental Health (CMH) and need ongoing services and support. Engaging home-based CHS Family Support Specialists, assists in improving family functioning and reduces the risk for child placement in foster care or hospitalized settings. CHS utilizes the solution focused therapy model in its Family Together Building Solutions Program, which is overarched by the question, “If you woke up tomorrow, and your family is perfect, what would be different?” This question guides individualized strategies that help families work toward improving areas contributing to risk of child placement. Examples of miracle answers could include less fighting, child making it through a school day, safer discipline strategies, home hygiene, housing, employment, to name a few.... This is a DHHS referral based programming targeting families at risk of losing their children to foster care. CHS also facilitates the Wraparound process for families with children who have a serious emotional disturbance. The process creates a multi-system child and family team, driven by the family with the assistance of a CHS Family Support Specialist. Its purpose is to make sure families have a voice, improve efficiencies of addressing multiple complex issues and engage service providers in cooperative planning process . Child and family teams could include traditional supports like CMH, DHHS, school administrators, non-traditional supports like neighbors or friends or natural supports like siblings, parents or grandparents. Referrals are made by CMH for families who struggle to make improvements and with increased risk of residential placement for their child. Several families of CHS fall in common with our substance use disorder treatment programs. Our Family Recovery Care Team identifies with families in the throes of the consequences of addiction and are paired with individuals of lived experience. These Peer Recovery Coaches guide families through similar processes outlined above; creating a family voice, improve family safety, connecting families to resources, work towards recovery readiness and assist to reduce barriers associated with their chosen pathway to recovery – establish goals to preserve the unity of family. Call Catholic Human Services to learn more.

  • Contact CHS - Cadillac | CHS

    Contact Catholic Human Services Contact CHS / Request a Call Back - Cadillac Office Fill out this short form and a Catholic Human Services representative will call you back by the next business day for an appointment. If you need immediate assistance, please call (231) 947-8110. First Name Last Name Email Phone Add a Note What regional office would I like to hear from? Traverse City Alpena Cadillac Gaylord I would like to know more information about the following services: Alcohol and Drug Recovery Services Counseling Services Employee Assistance Program Open Adoption Services Senior Volunteer Programs Classes (Court ordered) Submit Thanks for submitting, we'll be in touch shortly!

  • Up North Prevention | CHS

    Up North Prevention About Up North Prevention Substance use in northern Michigan continues to be a significant threat to the region's quality of life. Catholic Human Service's Up North Prevention initiative was developed to provide a unified approach to reducing substance use disorders in northern Michigan. Up North Prevention carries out its work in two ways: 1) Education. Up North Prevention hosts a variety of classes both in-person and virtually to schools, employee groups, and communities. If you are interested in scheduling a class for your workgroup or organization, contact us today. 2) Community organizing . Substance abuse is a complex community problem that requires cooperation and collaboration among unrelated groups to organization effective prevention efforts. Catholic Human Services provides staff and a structure to facilitate the creation of community coalitions. Several local coalitions are in place and running. If you are passionate about improving your community, consider joining one of our coalitions today. You will find the list and contact numbers here. If you want to start a coalition in your community, call us . We will help you get it started. Click Here To Learn More - UpNorthPrevention.org

  • Adoption Services | Catholic Human Services

    Adoption Services An Individualized Parent-Child Approach Catholic Human Services has been providing adoption services since 1980. We were pioneers and national leaders in the open adoption movement and have provided this approach to adoption longer than any other agency in the country. Simply put, open adoption promotes ongoing relationships between adopted children and their birth families. We are proud to have arranged close to 600 infant adoptions across northern Michigan. Birthparent? If you are pregnant and considering adoption, you can trust CHS to: Provide options counseling as you explore the best plan for your baby. Respond to your concerns thoroughly and honestly. Honor your choices. Ensure you fully understand adoption if you are considering this plan. Prospective adoptive parents? If you want to give a loving home to a baby, you can trust CHS to: ​ ​ Be welcoming and answer your questions. Provide a complete understanding of our program. Be transparent with costs and processes. Call us at 231-590-8337 or fill out the contact form, and we will contact you. Answers to frequently asked questions for both the birth parents and adoptive parents are below. FAQs for Birth Parents Traverse City Regional Administrative Office 1000 Hastings St Traverse City, MI 49686 Phone: (231) 947-8110 chshastings@catholichumanservices.org Mon - Fri | 8:30 am - 5:00 pm Sat - Sun | Closed Evenings by Appointment Map link to Traverse City Administrative Offices Gaylord Regional Administrative Office 829 W. Main St., Suite C3 Gaylord , MI 49735 Phone: (989) 732-6761 chsgaylord@catholichumanservices.org Map link to Gaylord Administrative Offices Alpena Regional Administrative Office 154 S. Ripley Blvd. Alpena, MI 49707 Phone: (989) 356-6385 chsalpena@catholichumanservices.org Mon - Fri | 8:30 am - 5:00 pm Sat - Sun | Closed Map link to Alpena Administrative Offices Cadillac Regional Administrative Office 421 S. Mitchell St. Cadillac, MI 49601 Phone: (231) 775-6581 chscadillac@catholichumanservices.org Mon - Thu | 8:00 am - 6:00 pm Fri - Sun | Closed Map link to Cadillac Administrative Offices Atlanta Thunder Bay Community Health Services (TBCHS) 11899 M-32 Atlanta, MI 49709 Phone: (989) 356-6385 chsalpena@catholichumanservices.org Hours by appointment Benzonia Benzie Community Resource Center 6051 Frankfort Highway Benzonia MI 49616 Phone: (231) 775-6581 chscadillac@catholichumanservices.org Hours by appointment Harrisville 106 N. Fifth Street Harrisville, MI 48740 Phone: (989) 356-6385 chsalpena@catholichumanservices.org Hours by appointment Houghton Lake 206 Health Parkway Houghton Lake, MI 48629 Phone: (989) 732-6761 chsgaylord@catholichumanservices.org Hours by appointment Mancelona Community Resource Center 205 Grove St. Mancelona, MI 49659 Phone: (989) 732-6761 Fax: (231) 587-4373 chsgaylord@catholichumanservices.org Hours by appointment Manistee Crystal Lake Clinic 2198 US 31 South PO Box 483 Manistee, MI 49660 Phone: (231) 775-6581 Fax: (231) 309-5935 chscadillac@catholichumanservices.org Hours by appointment Mio Madonna Hall 209 West 8th Street Mio, MI 48647 Phone: (989) 732-6761 chsgaylord@catholichumanservices.org Hours by appointment Rogers City Thunder Bay Community Health Services 205 S. Bradley Highway Rogers City, MI 49779 Phone: (989) 356-6385 chsalpena@catholichumanservices.org Hours by appointment Tawas Ascension St. Joseph 200 Hemlock Road Tawas City MI 48763 Phone: (989) 356-6385 chsalpena@catholichumanservices.org Hours by appointment West Branch 3440 West M-76 West Branch, MI 48661 Phone: (989) 732-6761 chsgaylord@catholichumanservices.org Hours by appointment Traverse City - Senior Volunteer Programs Prevention and Senior Services 1832-A Oak Hollow Drive Traverse City, MI 49686 Phone: (231) 929-7070 Fax: (231) 929-1247 chsoak@catholichumanservices.org Mon - Fri | 8:30 am - 5:00 pm Sat - Sun | Closed FAQs for Adoptive Parents Traverse City Regional Administrative Office 1000 Hastings St Traverse City, MI 49686 Phone: (231) 947-8110 chshastings@catholichumanservices.org Mon - Fri | 8:30 am - 5:00 pm Sat - Sun | Closed Evenings by Appointment Map link to Traverse City Administrative Offices Gaylord Regional Administrative Office 829 W. Main St., Suite C3 Gaylord , MI 49735 Phone: (989) 732-6761 chsgaylord@catholichumanservices.org Map link to Gaylord Administrative Offices Alpena Regional Administrative Office 154 S. Ripley Blvd. Alpena, MI 49707 Phone: (989) 356-6385 chsalpena@catholichumanservices.org Mon - Fri | 8:30 am - 5:00 pm Sat - Sun | Closed Map link to Alpena Administrative Offices Cadillac Regional Administrative Office 421 S. Mitchell St. Cadillac, MI 49601 Phone: (231) 775-6581 chscadillac@catholichumanservices.org Mon - Thu | 8:00 am - 6:00 pm Fri - Sun | Closed Map link to Cadillac Administrative Offices Atlanta Thunder Bay Community Health Services (TBCHS) 11899 M-32 Atlanta, MI 49709 Phone: (989) 356-6385 chsalpena@catholichumanservices.org Hours by appointment Benzonia Benzie Community Resource Center 6051 Frankfort Highway Benzonia MI 49616 Phone: (231) 775-6581 chscadillac@catholichumanservices.org Hours by appointment Harrisville 106 N. Fifth Street Harrisville, MI 48740 Phone: (989) 356-6385 chsalpena@catholichumanservices.org Hours by appointment Houghton Lake 206 Health Parkway Houghton Lake, MI 48629 Phone: (989) 732-6761 chsgaylord@catholichumanservices.org Hours by appointment Mancelona Community Resource Center 205 Grove St. Mancelona, MI 49659 Phone: (989) 732-6761 Fax: (231) 587-4373 chsgaylord@catholichumanservices.org Hours by appointment Manistee Crystal Lake Clinic 2198 US 31 South PO Box 483 Manistee, MI 49660 Phone: (231) 775-6581 Fax: (231) 309-5935 chscadillac@catholichumanservices.org Hours by appointment Mio Madonna Hall 209 West 8th Street Mio, MI 48647 Phone: (989) 732-6761 chsgaylord@catholichumanservices.org Hours by appointment Rogers City Thunder Bay Community Health Services 205 S. Bradley Highway Rogers City, MI 49779 Phone: (989) 356-6385 chsalpena@catholichumanservices.org Hours by appointment Tawas Ascension St. Joseph 200 Hemlock Road Tawas City MI 48763 Phone: (989) 356-6385 chsalpena@catholichumanservices.org Hours by appointment West Branch 3440 West M-76 West Branch, MI 48661 Phone: (989) 732-6761 chsgaylord@catholichumanservices.org Hours by appointment Traverse City - Senior Volunteer Programs Prevention and Senior Services 1832-A Oak Hollow Drive Traverse City, MI 49686 Phone: (231) 929-7070 Fax: (231) 929-1247 chsoak@catholichumanservices.org Mon - Fri | 8:30 am - 5:00 pm Sat - Sun | Closed

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