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Students Who Are Parents

EMU is committed to supporting parenting students populations.  In an effort to better serve parenting students on campus, we invite you to explore the resources available here and offer suggestions to broaden the scope of the site.  

After all…it takes a village to develop successful students and parents!

EMU Resources

The Children's Institute
• EMU Childcare Needs Survey Report and Executive Summary (Fall 2013)
EMU Credit Union
Financial Aid
Lactation Policy & Room Listing
University Advising & Career Development Center
Health Center
University Writing Center

Community Events

Ypsilanti Library
Downtown Ypsilanti Farmers Market
Washtenaw County Parks

Groups for Children

Big Brother Big Sister of Washtenaw County
Boys Scouts of America
Girls Scouts of America
Neutral Zone

Local Community Education and Recreation
Ann Arbor YMCA
Pittsfield Township
Ypsilanti Township 

General Resources

Catholic Social Services Of Washtenaw County - Provides needed resources to individuals in need. Food Pantry, pregnancy and adoption services, counseling services as well family programming.
Child Care Network - Promotes the success of children, families and our community through quality child care education, advocacy and family support.
Corner Health Center - Provides high-quality primary health care, education and support for adolescents and their children without regard to income level.
Department of Human Services - Provides temporary assistance to individuals and families in need. (Food and cash assistance, Medical and childcare assistance.
Food stamp application
Hope Clinic - Provides Medical and Dental Care. Food pantry and weekend meal program, baby products and emergency assistance is also available.
• MI Childa health insurance program for uninsured children of Michigan's working families.
SOS Community Services - SOS promotes housing stability and family self-sufficiency through collaboration, care and respect. They provide housing assistance, food pantry and emergency cash/bill assistance.
Student Advocacy Center - Services include education advocacy and support, education mentoring (Check and Connect), youth voice, and family support. They have a special focus on school discipline, students in foster care or experiencing homelessness, and students with mental illness or other disabilities.
Women, Infants and Children (WIC) -Provide supplemental foods designed to meet the special nutritional needs of low-income pregnant, breastfeeding, non-breastfeeding postpartum women, infants and children up to five years of age who are at nutritional risk.

Women's Resource Center is part of Diversity & Community Involvement