Corporate

The support of many dedicated and generous individuals who believe in Common Ground allows us to continue providing the programs and services that are vital to our community. We would like to thank all those who have donated their time or money to Common Ground.  Special thanks goes to our top corporate sponsors:

Kemp Klein

Art Van Furniture

Beaumont Health Systems

Blue Care Network of Michigan

Bank of America

Paterson Bryant Healthcare Solutions

The Chadwick Group, PC

Toyota USA

Global Office Solutions

Lear Corporation

Latcha + Associates

Huttenlocher Group

Astrein Jewelers

RR Donnelley

Veritiv

Moceri

LymTal International, Inc.

Non-Profit Personnel Network

Genisys Credit Union

Hour Media

Dbusiness

The Oakland Press

Core Financial

Mind Over Matter

Indian Hill Wine Cellar

Kroger

La Marsa

Citizen Yoga

The Liberty Bar

Hamsa Yoga

Greenleaf Trust

Devonshire Counseling

Merrill Lynch Wealth Management, Auburn Hills

If you would like to make a financial contribution to Common Ground, please contact Cheryl Rossman at 248-451-3732 or email her at crossman@commongroundhelps.org

Your employer may match employees’ charitable contributions.

Common Ground News

Updated Support Group Meeting Schedule Now Available Updated Support Group Meeting Schedule Now Available

Survivors of Suicide Loss Open Support Group meets at 7 p.m. twice a month at the Resource & Crisis Center.

Mark Your Calendars:  41st Annual Birmingham Street Art Fair is Sept. 19-20 Mark Your Calendars: 41st Annual Birmingham Street Art Fair is Sept. 19-20

Join us for a weekend of fun that raises funds to help support our programs and services!

Fall, 2015 Volunteer Crisis Training Schedule Now Available Fall, 2015 Volunteer Crisis Training Schedule Now Available

Contact Crisis Volunteer coordinator Melissa Hope for information at 248-451-2614.

Certified Peers Provide Support to People on Journey to Recovery Certified Peers Provide Support to People on Journey to Recovery

Peer support is about getting help from someone who has been there. Peers share with one another their experiences, strength and hope–a powerful combination for recovery.

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