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Farmington Hills, Mich. —October 25, 2019— Judson Center, a multi-county human service agency that provides autism programs, behavioral health services, child and family services including foster care and adoption in tandem with its affiliate, Child Safe Michigan, employment services for persons with disabilities, and primary care for all ages, is hosting an open house at its new headquarters, 30301 Northwestern Highway, Suite 100 in Farmington Hills, 48334. Visitors are welcome on Friday, November 8, from 8:30 a.m.–10 a.m. for the official ribbon cutting ceremony with the Greater Farmington Area Chamber of Commerce and a light continental breakfast. The event will also celebrate the 95th anniversary of Judson Center’s founding in 1924.
The new address houses several administrative departments that have relocated from the Royal Oak campus including executive leadership, finance/accounting, human resources, IT, development, and marketing. Additionally, Judson Center’s Autism Connections will open a program in the Farmington Hills location effective October 28, 2019 and is enrolling participants now. Farmington Hills is the fourth Judson Center location to offer autism services, following Autism Connections locations in Royal Oak, Ann Arbor and Warren. Child and Family Service programs offered by the State of Michigan and administered through Judson Center and previously located at Judson Center’s Redford location are now also housed in Farmington Hills, making way for additional programming space in Redford as well.
Growth into Farmington Hills, along the convenient Northwestern Highway corridor, brings the total number of Judson Center locations to ten, all within Genesee, Macomb, Oakland, Wayne and Washtenaw counties, with additional home-based autism services provided in Livingston County.
“We are delighted to build upon our 95 years of service to Judson Center children and families with new locations and expanded programming,” Judson Center CEO and President Lenora Hardy-Foster said. “As we continue to grow our core services, we are better able to meet the measurable needs in the communities we serve.”
It’s been a busy year for Judson Center. In May 2019, Judson Center opened a new 4,000 square-foot Autism Connections program at that Warren location. In February 2019, the organization launched the new Judson Center Family Health Clinic in conjunction with MedNetOne Health Solutions in its Warren location to provide integrated primary care and behavioral health services for all ages
About Judson Center
Judson Center, trusted by Michigan families for 95 years, is a non-profit human service agency providing comprehensive services to strengthen children, adults and families impacted by abuse and neglect, autism, developmental disabilities, and behavioral health challenges. Primary care is also offered through the Judson Center Family Health Clinic. Since opening its doors in 1924, Judson Center has grown to change the lives of over 10,000 children, adults, and families each year. Judson Center has five regional offices in Genesee, Macomb, Oakland, Washtenaw and Wayne counties. Headquarters are located at 30301 Northwestern Highway, Suite 100, Farmington Hills, MI 48334-3277. Learn more at https://www.judsoncenter.org/.