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About the Program

The Ypsilanti Family Empowerment Program works to help families living in complexes owned by the Ypsilanti Housing Commission to make strides toward self-sufficiency in three key areas - employment, education, and health/wellness. It's Director, Marquan Jackson, is assisted by Mark Hammond and Darlene Holiday. The program began at Hamilton Crossing with a grant from the Kresge Foundation, and has since expanded into Strong Housing as well as Parkridge Homes. The work at Strong Hoiusing is funded by Kresge and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, and managed by CSH. Local partners of this work include the United Way of Washtenaw County, Washtenaw County Office of Community and Economic Development, the City of Ypsilanti, SOS Community Services, Trinity Health, Washtenaw Community College, and Chesapeake Community Partners.

Contact
Marquan Jackson, MSW | Director | mjacks55@emich.edu | 734-340-2411

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