Recovery & Restoration

We fund essential supports for people living in the grip of interpersonal violence, addiction, human trafficking, gang life or other conditions of crisis. These resources may include specialized interventions and pathways to new beginnings.

Some Examples

  • Organizations offering survivor-centered shelter and services to victims exiting domestic violence, human trafficking, gang membership and other illegal, life-threatening entanglements.
  • Partnerships between non-profit organizations, local law enforcement and other stakeholders working to improve legal, enforcement and data tools used to reduce, prevent or better respond to illegal, abusive activities.
  • Programs supporting older youth and young adults who have experienced abuse and neglect, particularly those aging out of foster or other state-supervised care.
  • Programs offering multi-phased substance abuse recovery services that are minimally or not supported by government funding.

Our Grants Support

Detroit Justice Center for working alongside communities to create economic opportunities, transform the justice system, and promote equitable and just cities through its Legal Services Practice, Economic Equity Practice, and Just City Innovation Lab.

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First Step for working for peaceful families and safe communities as the only non-profit agency in out-Wayne County providing comprehensive services for victims of domestic and sexual violence.

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DLIVE, a hospital-based violence intervention, for its holistic work with youth/young adults who have sustained acute intentional violent trauma in order to prevent death, retaliatory violence and incarceration; facilitate strengthened relationships and connections to community; and reduce toxic stress and community violence.

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Grant Snapshot

Total grants awarded $1,945,000

Grants by Size

0 under $30,000
3 $30,000-$99,000
4 $100,000-$249,000
1 $250,000-$499,000
1 $500,000+

9 Active Grants

Grant Snapshot

Total grants awarded $1,945,000

Grants by Size

0 under $30,000
3 $30,000-$99,000
4 $100,000-$249,000
1 $250,000-$499,000
1 $500,000+

9 Active Grants

Grantee Partner Insights

“A safe living situation can be the difference between recovery and active addiction for someone who has recently relapsed.”

Dawn Farm, FY19 Report

“We recognize the importance of creating a learning environment and the impact this has on the success of the agency.  As middle management improves their leadership skills their staff and clients will benefit also.  Understanding the program outcomes and what drives behaviors will improve service delivery and client success.”

Turning Point, FY18 report

“Youth with diverse SOGIE are among the most vulnerable populations at every stage of the juvenile justice system. Approximately 20% of the overall population of youth in detention or confinement settings identify as LGBTQ—almost three times the total estimated percentage of LGBTQ-identified youth in the U.S.”

Michigan Council on Crime and Delinquency, FY19 report

We increased staff competency through best practice trainings including My Life My Choice, Risking Connection and Transition to Independence. Staff learned intensive therapies as well as how language, actions and therapeutic relationships can be improved to effectively aid recovery from complex trauma.”

Vista Maria, FY18 report