Supportive Connections

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The mission of the Supportive Connections program is to provide social services to assist people in need from becoming involved or reinvolved with the criminal justice system. We work with community service providers to address some of the potential causes of criminal justice-system involvement, such as substance abuse issues, mental health challenges, and housing insecurity.  Supportive Connections offers trauma-informed care. Our focus is on building connections with local service providers to eliminate gaps in assistance. 

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Supportive Connections is available to serve all individuals who have a connection to Ann Arbor — living in the city (stably housed, transitionally housed, or homeless), working within the city (including unreported income), or attending Ann Arbor Schools (self or child). Regardless of level of need — and recognizing the unique challenges in our community — housing status and financial ability to pay will not be barriers to receiving services. Individuals who would like more information or who want to request assistance may email [email protected] or call 734.794.6934.

Participant Referrals

​Supportive Connections also welcomes participant referrals from the entire community. The referring person/organization will remain confidential and will not be disclosed to the potential participant. Referrals may be made to Supportive Connections by completing the online form, by email to [email protected] or by phone at 734.794.6934.

Organizations Interested in Partnering

Are you or your organization interested in joining our network of Supportive Connections? Let's discuss! Please send a message to [email protected] or call 734.794.6934​.