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City of Lansing

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-Mayor Virg Bernero

Mayor Virg Bernero

Community Partnerships

Greater Lansing Homeless Resolution Network (GLHRN)

Working in partnership with the City of Lansing, the Greater Lansing Homeless Resolution Network is responsible for the development and implementation of a Continuum of Care that assists homeless families and individuals to successfully make the transition from homelessness to independent living. The Network represents service delivery providers and public/private sector representatives in greater Lansing that assist persons in need to acquire shelter, food, clothing, mental health and substance abuse treatment, medical assistance, case management and financial assistance.  The GLHRN participates in the Michigan Statewide Homeless Management Information System (HMIS) that is administered for the greater Lansing region by City of Lansing's Human Relations and Community Services Department.  Human services agencies participating in HMIS share confidential electronic case records that follow homeless clients wherever they receive services in the greater Lansing community.  This affords better coordination of case management efforts and the ability to generate aggregate data profiles that inform the development of service delivery approaches benefitting homeless persons in the Lansing/Ingham County region.  The GLHRN, working in conjunction with City of Lansing, Ingham County, the Michigan State Housing Development Authority and other various other stakeholders, is in the process of implementing a Ten Year Plan to end homelessness by the year 2016.

Ingham County/City of Lansing Community Coalition for Youth (CCY)

This initiative is an outgrowth of the Ingham County/City of Lansing Youth Violence Prevention Coalition that was established in August 1994 by former Mayor David Hollister and former Ingham County Board of Commissioners Chairperson, Jean McDonald, in response to a dramatic increase in youth violence and delinquency in Ingham County during the 1990's. The CCY membership consists of public sector, educational, business, human services and faith-based representatives of the greater Lansing community.  Currently, CCY is implementing a continuum of prevention, intervention and treatment services as a comprehensive approach to impacting the onset and reoccurrence of serious and chronic juvenile delinquency. 

Ingham Health Plan

Please click this link for a complete program description.

Dr. Joan Jackson Johnson
4th Floor City Hall
124 W. Michigan Ave.
Lansing, MI 48933

517-377-0078 fax

Monday through Friday
8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.