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The Odyssey Village News Letter is now up and running. The goal of the news letter to foster growth, educate and engage with the surrounding communities. It will inlclude posts about future events and updates in further detail.
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Strengthening Flint Families Open House 8/6/2018
Come out to the Strengthening Flint Families Open house and learn about the program on Monday, August 6th at 4:30pm-7:30pm. This event is free for the residents of Genesee County.In addtion, dinner will be provided. The event will be at the facility located at 1108 Lapeer Road, Flint, MI 48503.
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2018 Photovoice Project
Photovoice is a project in which students photograph images that they then analyze and find their signifcance in individually. The focus of the project was for the students to identify factors that would prevent the risk of use of alcohol and substance abuse .This years Photovoice was done by eight wonderful and intelligent students of Northwestern High School. The project began in May of 2018 and went on for 8 weeks.
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Mark Your Calendars for July 31st
The Community Involvement Center Open House will be from 11am - 2pm, Tuesday July 31st. The Center is located at 932 Beach Street, Flint MI 48502. Come meet staff as we share in food, stories and more. More details are on the way.
For more information please call (810)238-5888.
The Community Involvement Center is now open!
The Community Involvement Center for treatment is now open, located at 932 Beach Street, Flint MI 48502. The facility is open from 9am - 5pm, Monday - Friday. The center is a resource for those to find the best plan for recovery. This location offers guidance and recommendations in which Odyssey Village treatment plan is best for the individual such as residential, recovery housing, day treatment and outpatient. Other services offered are recovery coach services and adolescent services.Only those who get approval after the application process will be given admittance to a treatment program and or facility. Walk ins are welcome, but all seeking treatment will be subject to drug screening and must be approved. Must not be under the influence.
For more information please call at (810)238-5888.
The next Strengthening Families Program Open House and Information Fair is coming January 22nd from 4:30 – 7:00. Join us for dinner and to register for this nationally recognized program found to significantly improve parenting skills, reduce youth's problem behaviors and improve family communication.
The Strengthening Families Program for Youth ages 10-14 is offered in seven weekly sessions and includes dinner and child care. Transportation is also available. Please call Davonna at 810-660-1411 to schedule transportation or for additional information.