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              For nearly 90 years, Samaritas has served         We own and/or manage Affordable Living            We manage many loving Group Homes for
              people of all ages throughout Michigan.           communities around the state, with a service      Persons with Disabilities across Michigan.
                                                                coordinator for high-quality residential life, and
              As one of Michigan’s largest, faith-based,        all with exceptional community service            Samaritas provides Substance Use Disorder
              nonprofit health and human services               partnerships and collaboration.                   services to those who struggle with the impact
              organizations, Samaritas offers a full suite of                                                     of drugs and alcohol. We provide individual and
              local programs and services to lift up Michigan’s  Our New Americans program is one of the          group counseling, medication assisted
              most vulnerable people.                           largest providers of refugee resettlement         treatment, case management and recovery
                                                                services in Michigan. We welcome refugees         coaching for adolescents and adults.
              One of the largest private Foster Care and        with housing, job training and placement
              Adoption organizations in Michigan, Samaritas     services, school readiness and community
              also helps more families through reunification    support.                                          We made the decision to divest from Senior
              and intervention services to keep children safe                                                     Independent and Assisted Living, as well as
              at home.                                          Samaritas established the Detroit Refugee         skilled nursing, memory care and rehabilitation
                                                                Network to unite community resources,             services in 2022, and are still caring for these
              Our Home and Community Campus includes            volunteers, and programs for efficient            cherished residents until suitable buyers can be
              our Family Center which provides temporary        resettlement of refugees. The Network aids        found for our communities.
              housing, day care and medical care for            quick assimilation of Ukrainian, Afghan, and
              homeless families as well as the Wayne County     other refugees, supported by Samaritas, the       We continue to serve seniors through our
              temporary emergency food assistance               City of Detroit, and other partners providing     Affordable Living communities.
              program.                                          housing assistance and resources for refugees

                                                                settling in the city.                             For more information on our service lines, visit

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