Oakland Family Services' prevention programs nurture healthy parent/child relationships and provide safe and secure homes for children in need.
Oakland Family Services prepares children for their education future through school readiness and education programs, including our Children's Learning Centers.
Oakland Family Services addresses barriers to change and empowers individuals to thrive through mental health and substance use treatment for all ages.
ABOUT OAKLAND FAMILY SERVICES
Building brighter futures since 1921---
Oakland Family Services is a private, nonprofit human service organization serving the area since 1921. It offers a continuum of prevention, education and treatment services that span the human life cycle, enrich the lives of children, strengthen families and rebuild lives. The agency builds brighter futures in our community through adoption, foster care, parenting and child development programs, free preschool for at-risk youth, and counseling services for those of all ages dealing with depression, anxiety, substance use issues, and severe emotional disturbance in youth. Oakland Family Services has five locations across Oakland County, in Pontiac, Berkley, Rochester and Walled Lake.
Join us at our annual Building a Brighter Future Breakfast.
Oakland Family Services will hold its annual Building a Brighter Future benefit breakfast on Tuesday, April 30, 8-9 a.m. at the Townsend Hotel, 100 Townsend Street, Birmingham. This year's theme is Making a Difference. This free event shares the many ways in which Oakland Family Services makes an impact on the community, building resilience for the families we serve through our prevention, education and treatment programs. Breakfast will be served and complimentary valet is available. Learn more about the event.
“I really can’t imagine life had we not found Oakland Family Services. It’s truly been a blessing.”
tracy | children's learning center parent
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