THE MATRIX CENTER

A thriving community center providing supportive and referral services
to the community

Matrix Human Services Center (The Matrix Center) (est. 2006), a thriving community center on Detroit’s east side, offers youth and families, adults and seniors an array of needs assessments, supportive services and referrals designed to break the cycle of poverty through Matrix programming and collaboration with more than 150 mission partners.

Programs are designed to meet the needs of the residents of the City of Detroit and surrounding areas. Programs include Casa Maria safe after-school programming for youth ages 5-16, Clients’ Choice Food Pantry, Computer literacy, Counseling, Educational literacy, Employment Skill-building, Family activities, Financial literacy, the Arts, Head Start, Connecting Families Summer Youth Programming.

Services at The Center

Adult Education Programs
After School – Children and Youth
Anger Management Group
Art at The Center
Barber Shop
Born To Succeed – Early Childhood Services
Casework Services
Children’s Choir
Children’s Fitness Program
Detroit Family Advocacy – Legal/Case Management Help for Families Caught in CPS Issues

Services at The Center

Employment Readiness Services
Head Start
Information & Referral
J.C. Boot Camp – Adult Exercise Program
John Seay – Addiction and Grief Counseling
Karate Classes
Matrix Clothing Closet – Free Clothing
Matrix Food Pantry – Free Food Distribution
Narcotics Anonymous
Osborn Neighborhood Alliance – Osborn Governing Body

 

Services at The Center

Parent Training Groups
Recreation
Samuel’s International Cosmetology Academy – Hair Braiding Classes
Sew up the Safety Net – Maternal and Infant Program
Summer Programs
Think Detroit PAL- Recreational Activities
Total Life Christian Church – Church Services
Tutoring for Youth & Adults
Ways To Work – Car Loan Program
Youth Leadership Development

 


The Matrix Center serves more than 2,500 individuals and families weekly.



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WE ARE MAKING A DIFFERENCE

Over 50,000 individuals received food from the Food Pantry with an estimated value of $1,500,000.

80% of students participating in individualized care management (TTS™) programming (87 in total) demonstrated at least one grade level improvement in reading and math.

The Matrix Center serves more than 2,500 individuals and families weekly.


  • 80% of students participating in individualized care management (TTS™) programming (87 in total) demonstrated at least one grade level improvement in reading and math. 80%



THE MATRIX CENTER

FOR MORE INFORMATION


To learn more about The Matrix Center, please speak with one of our dedicated staff members at: 

The Matrix Human Services Center
13560 East McNichols
Detroit, MI 48205
(313) 526-4000