Matrix Human Services has opened the doors to its new Head Start Center in Detroit’s historic Spirit of Hope Church, located at the corner of Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd and Grand River Ave. The newly renovated, 3,100 sq. ft. Head Start facility serves as the anchor site of the Detroit landmark, which faced demolition. The program provides parents with children ages 3-5 living in any zip code with free preschool education.read more
Several District Courts within Wayne County will be holding an Amnesty Program for delinquent cases. An amnesty program provides individuals with an opportunity to settle their old court financial obligations while saving money. In addition, the program assists the court in clearing up a backlog of files without additional court resources and collection costs.read more
HEAD START EARLY CHILDHOOD INNOVATION FUND ANNOUNCES NEW GRANT AWARDS OF $1.5 MILLION TO SUPPORT PARENTS AND TEACHERS
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Lisa Dancsok firstname.lastname@example.org 313.961.6675 March 1, 2017 HEAD START EARLY CHILDHOOD INNOVATION FUND ANNOUNCES NEW GRANT AWARDS OF $1.5 MILLION TO SUPPORT PARENTS AND TEACHERS Latest round of funding from $11 million, five-year project...read more
Mark your calendar! Thursday, April 27, 2017 is Dining Out For Life, Detroit. Raise funds for HIV/AIDS awareness, services & prevention just by dining out at a participating restaurant. IT’S THAT EASY! Learn more at diningoutforlife.com/detroitread more
Why is Head Start, the federal government’s ambitious program for young kids, struggling to fill all of its seats? The December 2016 Slate article highlights Matrix Head Start and details many challenges Head Start programs across the city of Detroit must...read more
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 21ST ANNIVERSARY ARTWORKS DETROIT TO SUPPORT SERVICES FOR THE MICHIGAN AIDS COMMUNITY Proceeds to Benefit Matrix MAC Health – A Program of Matrix Human Services DETROIT (September 22, 2016) – The 21st Anniversary ArtWorks Detroit event, featuring...read more
We are excited to share the following information from the Detroit Water and Sewer Department. If you are behind on your water bill, help is available. On March 1st, the Water Residential Assistance Program (WRAP) was launched to provide qualifying customers with...read more
OSBORN NEIGHBORHOOD ALLIANCE (ONA) DIRECTOR, QUINCY JONES SHARES SUSTAINABILITY AND REVITALIZATION STRATEGY FOR DETROIT NEIGHBORHOODS AT 2016 POLICY CONFERENCE
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE OSBORN NEIGHBORHOOD ALLIANCE (ONA) DIRECTOR, QUINCY JONES SHARES SUSTAINABILITY AND REVITALIZATION STRATEGY FOR DETROIT NEIGHBORHOODS AT 2016 POLICY CONFERENCE DETROIT, February 17, 2016 – Quincy Jones, Executive Director of ONA and partner with...read more
MATRIX HUMAN SERVICES SELECTED AS THE MERIDIAN WINTER BLAST CHARITY OF CHOICE FOR 6th CONSECUTIVE YEAR!
MATRIX HUMAN SERVICES SELECTED AS THE MERIDIAN WINTER BLAST CHARITY OF CHOICE FOR 6th CONSECUTIVE YEAR! We hope to see you this weekend, Febuary 12-14th 2016 - for the annual Meridian Winter Blast, located in downtown Detroit at Campius Martius. Learn...read more
12K expected to come out to celebrate the 15th Annual Ferndale Blues & Music Festival benefiting local charities Jan. 29th through Feb. 6th 2016
15th Annual BUD LIGHT Ferndale Blues & Music Festival begins on Friday January 29th with 40 individual concerts and events in at least 14 venues over nine days, through February 6th. Concerts are held in restaurants, bars, nightclubs, stores, community centers and other locations across the city.
The annual music festival is held to raise money for two local charities- Ferndale Youth Assistance and MAC Health of Matrix Human Services. Volunteers make the event successful, helping to raise money at concerts through donations. VOLUNTEERS ARE NEEDED.read more
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Matrix Human Services Central Office is located at:
1400 Woodbridge, Detroit MI 48207
Our normal hours of operation are
Monday – Friday, 9:00am-5:00pm.
(313) 831-4634 (fax)
For up to date information on any of our Matrix Head Start centers or for enrollment, please call (313) 962-5255
Please visit the program pages for individual program contact and location information.