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Now Pay Delinquent Real Property Taxes Online
Eaton County Treasurer, Bob Robinson, announced this month that Eaton County property owners have a new and convenient way to make delinquent tax payments.  The treasurer’s office has contracted with Official Payments, a leading provider of electronic payment solutions to offer delinquent tax payment processing over the Internet through credit card and debit card transaction.  Visa, Discover, and MasterCard debit and credit cards will be accepted. This new service offers taxpayers a fast and efficient way to pay online and reduces manual processing time in the treasurer’s office.

“Through a unique partnership with Official Payments and BS&A Software, taxpayers can get online, pay, and process their delinquent tax payments instantly, in real time,” said Robinson.  “This is part of our ongoing work to increase efficiency in the treasurer’s office.  It can also help folks avoid last minute additional fees and interest on their past due real property taxes.”

For more information, go to http://www.eatoncounty.org/departments/county-treasurer 


New Legislation Extending Property Tax Exemptions to Qualified Disabled Veterans

Click here for more information.


Solar Power Energy Generation Statistics

Click here to view how many kwh have been produced by Eaton County's Solar Panel.

 


 

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MICHIGAN
 
ICHAT - MSP's Criminal Conviction Search
www.michigan.gov/msp
Search the official MSP Criminal History record database for $10.00 per search, using MasterCard or Visa.
The Michigan Criminal History Record Database is updated daily with felony and misdemeanor conviction information provided by law enforcement, Prosecuting Attorneys and Courts throughout the State of Michigan.
This search includes only Michigan conviction information, not arrest records that do not have a conviction attached, not federal arrests, and not criminal records from other states.
 

 
OTIS - Offender Tracking Information System
           Michigan Department of Corrections

www.state.mi.us/mdoc/asp/otis2.html
Find where a prisoner is housed, earliest out-date, mug shot, etc.!
OTIS provides information about more than 250,000 past or current prisoners, parolees and probationers under the supervision of the Michigan Department of Corrections.
OTIS does NOT contain (i) information exempt under FOIA; (ii) information on people not yet sentenced to the MDOC; (iii) information on people sentenced to county jail terms; (iv) photos on people who left the system before digital photos were taken; (v) photos of probationers. To register as a victim for parole consideration and release information, contact:

MDOC Crime Victim Unit 
  (877) 886-5401  or   (517) 373-4467
  Mailing address:
  Central Records Office
  Michigan Dept of Corrections
  Grandview Plaza Building
  P.O. Box 30003
  Lansing, MI 48909
 
 

MCVNN - Michigan Crime Victim Notification Network
         (also called Vinelink) 
  
        (800) 770-7657 www.vinelink.com

Find where a prisoner in Michigan jails or prisons (or most other states) is housed.  Sign up for FREE & CONFIDENTIAL e-mail or phone notice when the prisoner is moved or released, or to receive notice about court event changes.  (This program is utilized by the Michigan Crime  Victim Unit.)   

 

Michigan Crime Victim Services Commission

       www.michigan/crimevictims/

       
 
 
 
 
 2-1-1 of Central Michigan 

If you’re looking for assistance with a problem and you don’t know where to turn, or simply want information on a particular human service issue, 2-1-1 is for you.  Currently, 2-1-1 service is available in Clinton, Eaton, Ingham, and Jackson counties through Central Michigan 211.  You can simply call 2-1-1.

       www.centralmichigan211.org  or National 211 website

NATIONAL
 
www.crimevictims.gov/
U.S. DEPT OF JUSTICE / Office for Victim of Crimes:provides information for crime victims, volunteers and service providers (including on-line public service announcements).

Prisoner/Inmate Locators Throughout USA
www.prisonlegalnews.org/InmateLocator.aspx
Chart of links to prisoner info in many states.

Federal Bureau of Prisons Inmate Locator
www.bop.gov/ (Click on "Inmate Locator")
Find where a FEDERAL prisoner is housed, earliest out-date, etc.
The BOP Inmate Locator database includes all Federal inmates from 1982 to the present.

Federal Victim Notification System (VNS)
Department of Justice
www.usdoj.gov/criminalvns/
FREE, bi-lingual (English & Spanish) computer-based system to give victims information on scheduled court hearings, and offenders' custody status (placement in community corrections centers, furlough, release or death)
VNS is a cooperative effort between the FBI, US Attorney and the Bureau of Prisons.

 
Bureau of Justice Assistance
www.ojp.usdoj.gov/BJA/
U.S. DEPT OF JUSTICE:provides funding, evaluation, training, technical assistance, and information support to State and community criminal justice programs

Bureau of Justice Statistics

FBI Uniform Crime Reports

 
Justice Solutions
www.JusticeSolutions.org
E-mail: info@justicesolutions.org
A non-profit organization to assist crime victim advocates, service providers, and allied professionals. (Justice Solutions is NOT a direct service organization for direct assistance to crime victims.)
(202) 448-1710
720 7th St. NW, Suite 300
Washington, DC 20001

 
National Center for Victims of Crime
www.ncvc.org
(800) FYI-CALL
(800) 211-7996 [TTY]
(202) 467-8700 [General]
(202) 467-8701 [Fax]
2000 M Street, NW, Suite 480
Washington, DC 20036

 
National Crime Prevention Council
www.weprevent.org
(202) 466-6272
(202) 296-1356 [Fax]
1000 Connecticut Avenue, NW
13th Floor
Washington, DC 20036

 
National Organization for Victim Assistance
www.try-nova.org
E-mail: nova@try-nova.org
(800) TRY-NOVA [24-Hr Hot-Line]
(202) 232-6682
(202) 462-2255 [Fax]
1757 Park Rd NW
Washington, DC 20010

 
Office for Victims of Crimes
www.ojp.usdoj.gov/ovc/
Department of Justice
810 7th Street N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20531

Parents of Murdered Children
National Office
www.pomc.com
E-mail: natlpomc@aol.com
(888) 818-POMC (7662)
(513) 345-4489 [Fax]
100 East Eight St., Ste B-41
Cincinnati, Ohio 45202
 

VictimLaw.info
www.victimlaw.info
VictimLaw.info: Created by the National Center for Victims of Crimes ... VictimLaw.info has a comrehensive database of victims' rights laws throughout the USA (federal, states and tribes); lets you search federal, state and tribal constitutions, statutes, court rules & administrative rules; explans the criminal justice system; offers a legal glossary, and links to resources.

 
Victim Information & Notification Everyday
www.vineco.com
(800) 816-0491

Victims' Assistance Legal Organization
Television Shows:
 

 
 

 
 

CHILDREN

MICHIGAN
 
Angel House
(517) 882-4000, ext 126
830 Kerns Road
Mason, MI 48854-1001
SERVICES:Angel House opened in Ingham County in December 2005. It provides a safe, child-friendly environment for children to be interviewed and assessed to determine whether they have been abused. Other services include a short-term, home-like emergency shelter for abused children who have been taken into protective custody; ongoing advocacy and support for child victims and non-offending family members; and community education, prevention and outreach.

Child Advocacy & Child Abuse Prevention
P.O. Box 25
Walled Lake, MI 48390

 
Children's Charter of the Courts of Michigan
URL: www.childcrt.org
Bill Newhouse, Executive Director
(517) 482-7533
(517) 482-2626 [Fax]
E-mail: mikfoley@attbi.com
324 N. Pine St., Ste. 1
Lansing, MI 48933

Department of Human Services:State-wide look-up web site for Child Day Care Centers and Day Care Family Homes. Includes links to licensing reports and investigation reports.

(517) 543-0860
(517) 543-0863 [after-hours]
Eaton County office of the Michigan Department of Human Services
1050 Independence Blvd.
Charlotte, MI 48813

Eaton County Child Abuse & Neglect Prevention Council
(517) 622-4543
325 S. Clinton St.
PO Box 301
Grand Ledge, MI 48837
Relevant Academy of Eaton County
(517) 541-8949
512 E Lovett Street
Charlotte, MI 48813
 

 

 
Ele's Place
URL: www.elesplace.org/
E-mail: healing@elesplace.org
(517) 482-1315
1145 W. Oakland
Lansing, MI 48915
SERVICES:Ele's Place is dedicated to supporting grieving children aged 3-18 & their families by providing a safe, non-judgmental atmosphere where children's voices can be heard and healing can take place following the death of a family member or important person. Services are provided free of charge.

Helpline
1-800-942-HELP
Information, counseling, referrals for anyone affected by child abuse, neglect, child sexual abuse.

 
Prevent Child Abuse America
URL: URL: www.preventchildabuse.org
(312) 663-3520
(312) 939-8962 [Fax]
200 South Michigan Ave, 17th Fl
Chicago, IL 60604-4357

Prevent Child Abuse Michigan
Michigan Children's Trust Fund /
Prevent Child Abuse Michigan

Deborah Strong, Executive Director
(517) 373-4320
(517) 241-7038 [Fax]
E-mail: strongd@michigan.gov
235 S. Grand Ave., Ste. 1411
Lansing, MI 48933

NATIONAL
 
Child Abuse Prevention Network

 
ChildHelp USA
URL: www.childhelpusa.org
1-800-4-A-CHILD (422-4453)

 
I Am Your Child

 
National Center for Missing & Exploited Children
URL: www.missingkids.org
(800)-THE-LOST (800-843-5678) [Hot Line]
(703) 235-3900
2101 Wilson Blvd / Suite 550
Arlington, VA 22201-3077
 
 

 
 

 

COMPUTER & INTERNET

MICHIGAN
 
MSP Computer Crime Unit
URL: www.michigan.gov/msp
(734) 525-4434
(877) 5-CYBER-3

Attorney General's
High Tech Crime Unit

E-mail: miag-htu@ag.state.mi.us
(734) 525-4151
(734) 525-4372 [Fax]
Internet Safety Information
NATIONAL

 
FBI's Parent's Guide to Internet Safety
Office of Crimes Against Children
(202) 324-3666
935 Pennsylvania Ave, NW, Room 4127
Washington, D.C. 20535

 
National Center for Missing & Exploited Children
www.cybertipline.com/
(800)-THE-LOST (800-843-5678) [Hot Line]
Online Lingo Used by Your Kids


The Children's Partnership
Parent's Guide to the Information Superhighway


US Postal Service
Identity Theft
 
 
 

 

 

 

 
 
DOMESTIC VIOLENCE
MICHIGAN
Eaton County Child Abuse & Neglect Prevention Council
(517) 622-4KIDS(4543)
325 S. Clinton, Lower Level N.E.
PO Box 301
Grand Ledge, MI 48837
Services: Since 1985, the Child Abuse Prevention Council has helped to prevent child abuse & neglect through education, collaboration and advocacy by raising public awareness about abuse and neglect through child abuse prevention education programs and community events.

Eve, Inc. (End Violent Encounters) ~ formerly called the Council Against Domestic Assault, or CADA
(888) 796-5222 [24-hr Crisis Line / Toll-Free]
URL: www.eveinc.org
(517) 372-3382 [Office]
(517) 372-0024 [Fax]
P.O. Box 14149
Lansing, MI 48901
SERVICES:Shelter, support, advocacy & counseling to women and children who have experienced or are experiencing domestic violence. All of Eve's services are free, confidential and open to any woman regardless of race, ethnicity, religion, class, or sexual orientation. Eve's operation is based on an empowerment philosophy that provides resources and support to help women increase the number of choices in their lives. These resources provide women with a safe and healthy environment from which to make positive changes in their lives and the lives of their children.

 

Michigan Coalition Against Domestic & Sexual Violence
URL: www.mcadsv.org
(517) 347-7000
(517) 347-1377 [Fax]
3893 Okemos Rd, Suite B2
Okemos, MI 48864

Michigan Domestic Violence Prevention and Treatment Board
URL: www.michigan.gov/dhs
(517) 373-8144
Department of Human Services
P.O. Box 30037
Lansing, Michigan 48909

Michigan Family Violence Help Line
1-800-996-6228 [24-hr Crisis Line]
1-800-NO-ABUSE [24-hr Crisis Line]

Michigan Sexual Assault & Domestic Violence Programs
URL: www.mcadsv.org/centers.html

 

MSU Safe Place
URL: www.msu.edu/~safe/
(517) 372-5572 [24-hr Crisis Line]
(517) 355-1100
SERVICES: Advocacy, shelter info, 24-hour support line, individual counseling, women's relationship group, support group. Community & corporate education. Batterer counseling & referral. MSU Safe Place is for MSU students, faculty, staff, retirees or their partners, and children who are experiencing an emotionally, physically or sexually abusive relationship. All services are free and confidential.

Relief After Violent Encounter, Inc. (RAVE)
www.ravecs.org
(877) 952-7283[24-hr crisis line]
E-mail: rave@michonline.net
Administrative Office:
P.O. Box 472
St. Johns, MI 48879
Owosso Counseling Office:
120 Exchange St.
Owosso, MI 48867
Serves Clinton & Shiawassee Counties
SERVICES:24 Hour Crisis Line; Individual Counseling; Women's Support Group; Child Care and Children's Services; Transportation; Financial Assistance; Housing Assistance; Referrals; Sexual Assault Services; Children's Program; Parent Child Wellness; Legal Advocacy, Volunteers./i>

 

S.A.F.E. Place
www.safeplaceshelter.org
(269) 965-SAFE (7233) [Crisis Line]
(888) 664-9832
[Crisis Line]
(269) 965-6093
(269) 966-2503 [Fax]
PO Box 199
Battle Creek, MI 49016
Serves Calhoun & Eaton Counties
SERVICES:Advocacy, shelter and information for survivors of domestic violence.

Sexual Assault Information Network of Michigan, Inc. (SAIN)
(517) 371-7140
P.O. Box 209012
Lansing, MI, 48910

 

SIREN / Eaton Shelter
URL: www.sireneatonshelter.org
(517) 543-4915 [24-hr Crisis Line]
(800) 899-9997 [24-hr Crisis Line]
(517) 543-0748 [Office]
P.O. Box 293
245 S. Cochran
Charlotte, MI 48813
Serves Eaton County
SERVICES: Emergency shelter, transitional housing, crisis counseling, etc to homeless families & battered women in Eaton County. Also, 24-hour crisis line, weekly support groups, referrals to legal assistance for abused women (available for residents and non-residents of the shelter).

 
NATIONAL
National Coalition Against Domestic Violence
(303) 839-1852
(303) 831-9251 [Fax]
www.ncadv.org
P.O. Box 18749
Denver, CO 80218

National Coalition Against Domestic Violence (Policy Office)
(202) 544-7358
(202) 544-7893 [Fax]
119 Constitution Avenue, NE
Washington, DC 20002

Family Violence Prevention Fund
(415) 252-8900
(800) 313-1310
(415) 252-8991 [Fax]
383 Rhode Island St, Suite 304
San Francisco, CA 94103-5133

Battered Women's Justice Project
(800) 903-0111, ext 3
(215) 351-0010
(215) 351-0779 [Fax]
E-mail: bwjp@aol.com
125 South 9th St, Suite 302
Philadelphia, PA 19017

Minnesota Center Against Violence and Abuse (MINCAVA)
www.mincava.umn.edu
Clearinghouse of information and web links on violence and abuse.

 

Women's Law Initiative
(212) 994-6018
www.womenslaw.org
E-Mail: info@womenslaw.org
PO Box 310-340
Brooklyn, NY 11231
 

 
 
 

SEXUAL ASSAULT

MICHIGAN
 
Michigan Sex Offender Registry
www.mipsor.state.mi.us

Tri-County Sex Offender Task Force (TRI-SORT)
www.trisort.org
(866) 501-SORT [Free Tip Line]
trisort@sbcglobal.net [E-mail]
SERVICES: Multi-jurisdictional law enforcement investigative task force comprised of members of 24 police agencies in Ingham, Eaton & Clinton Counties. TRI-SORT's mission is to (1) collectively share investigative information on area sex offenders who are in violation of the Michigan Sex Offender Registration Act and to take appropriate enforcement against violators; (2) identify and monitor predatorial sex offenders; (3) organize and carry out multi-agency area sex offender violator sweeps (known as "Operation Verify"); (4) serve as a single point of contact for citizens to provide tips and investigative information on area sex offender violators; (5) provide investigative training to all area law enforcement personnel; and (6) maintain the Tri-County Most Wanted Sex Offender List.

Eve, Inc. (End Violent Encounters) ~ formerly called the Council Against Domestic Assault, or CADA
(888) 796-5222 [24-hr Crisis Line / Toll-Free]
www.eveinc.org
(517) 372-3382 [Office]
(517) 372-0024 [Fax]
P.O. Box 14149
Lansing, MI 48901
SERVICES:Shelter, support, advocacy & counseling to women and children who have experienced or are experiencing domestic violence. All of Eve's services are free, confidential and open to any woman regardless of race, ethnicity, religion, class, or sexual orientation. Eve's operation is based on an empowerment philosophy that provides resources and support to help women increase the number of choices in their lives. These resources provide women with a safe and healthy environment from which to make positive changes in their lives and the lives of their children.

 
The Listening Ear
www.thelisteningear.net
www.theear.org/
(517) 337-1717 [24-hour Crisis Line]
(517) 337-1728 [Business Line]
313 W. Grand River
East Lansing, MI 48823
SERVICES:24/7, free, confidential service for telephone and walk-in clients in crisis (depression, suicide, loneliness, sexual assault, grief, drugs & alcohol, and many others). Sexual assault counseling, advocacy, support groups and community education. Referrals for services throughout the Lansing area. Trained, all-volunteer staff. Services are completely confidential. All calls are completely anonymous (no Caller ID).

 

Michigan Coalition Against Domestic & Sexual Violence
www.mcadsv.org
(517) 347-7000
(517) 347-1377 [Fax]
3893 Okemos Rd, Suite B2
Okemos, MI 48864

Michigan Family Violence Help Line
1-800-996-6228 [24-hr Crisis Line]
1-800-NO-ABUSE [24-hr Crisis Line]

MICHIGAN SEXUAL ASSAULT & DOMESTIC VIOLENCE PROGRAMS
www.mcadsv.org/centers.html

 

MSU Safe Place
www.msu.edu/~safe/
(517) 372-5572 [24-hr Crisis Line]
(517) 355-1100
SERVICES: Advocacy, shelter info, 24-hour support line, individual counseling, women's relationship group, support group. Community & corporate education. Batterer counseling & referral. MSU Safe Place is for MSU students, faculty, staff, retirees or their partners, and children who are experiencing an emotionally, physically or sexually abusive relationship. All services are free and confidential.

MSU Sexual Assault Program
www.endrape.msu.edu/
(517) 372-6666 [24-hr Crisis Line]
MSU Student Services Building, Room 14
MSU Counseling Center, Room 207
SERVICES:The MSU Sexual Assault Program responds to the needs of those impacted by sexual violence and works to create a socially just community: free of violence, abuse of power, and oppression.

 

S.A.F.E. Place
www.safeplaceshelter.org/
(269) 965-SAFE (7233) [Crisis Line]
(888) 664-9832 [Crisis Line / Toll-Free]
(269) 965-6093
(269) 966-2503 [Fax]
PO Box 199
Battle Creek, MI 49016
SERVICES:Advocacy, shelter, and information to survivors of domestic violence.

Sexual Assault Information Network of Michigan, Inc. (SAIN)
(517) 371-7140
P.O. Box 209012
Lansing, MI, 48910

Sexual Assault Services of Calhoun County
1-800-383-2192 [24-hr Crisis Line]
(616) 968-4660
SERVICES:24-hour crisis line; outreach & advocacy with medical and/or legal prevention; counseling for victims and family members; community education; volunteer opportunities.

 

SIREN / Eaton Shelter
www.sireneatonshelter.org
(517) 543-4915 [24-hr Crisis Line]
(800) 899-9997 [24-hr Crisis Line]
(517) 543-0748 [Office]
P.O. Box 293
245 S. Cochran
Charlotte, MI 48813
Serves Eaton County
SERVICES:Emergency shelter, transitional housing, crisis counseling, etc to homeless families & battered women in Eaton County. Also, 24-hour crisis line, weekly support groups, referrals to legal assistance for abused women (available for residents and non-residents of the shelter).

 

Sparrow Health Systems: Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE)
www.sparrow.org/SANE.asp
(517) 364-3641
(517) 364-3729

SERVICES:Free, coordinated, timely, comprehensive and compassionate care to pediatric and adult victims of sexual assault. An environment that is patient focused. A sexual assault nurse examiner is a registered nurse specially trained to provide care to sexual assault patients. The sexual assault nurse examiner conducts medical forensic examinations and can serve as an expert witness. The SANE program nurses work collaboratively with police, prosecutors, child protective services and community advocacy services to provide optimal and coordinated care.

 
NATIONAL
Sex Offender Registries
 

Family Watchdog
http://www40.familywatchdog.us/
Service:National sex offender look-up service. Search by zip codes or offender name. Results include a map with links to offender information.
 
State Sex Offender databases:
Alabama
Alaska
Arizona[2]
Arkansas[2]
Colorado[2]
Connecticut[2]
Delaware
District of Columbia
Florida[2]
Georgia[2]
Hawaii
Idaho[2]
Illinois[2]
Indiana[2]
Iowa
Kansas[2]
Kentucky[2]
Louisiana
Maine
Maryland
Massachusetts
Michigan
Minnesota[2, 3]
Mississippi[2]
Missouri
Montana
Nebraska
Nevada
New Hampshire[2]
New Jersey
New Mexico
New York[2]
North Carolina
North Dakota
Ohio[2]
Oklahoma
Oregon
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island
South Carolina
South Dakota
Tennessee
Texas[2]
Utah
Vermont
Virginia
Washington[2]
Washington, DC
West Virginia
Wisconsin[2, 3]
Wyoming

Need more information for local sex offender registries? Go to:

Jane Doe, Inc.
www.besafe.org
E-mail: nsaltikoff@aol.com
(617) 248-0922
14 Beacon St., Suite 507
Boston, MA 02108

 

National Sexual Violence Resource Center
www.nsvrc.org
E-mail: resources@nsvrc.org
(717) 728-9740
125 North Enola Dr.
Enola, PA 17025
 


 
 
 

SHELTERS

MICHIGAN
DivorceSource.com: Michigan Domestic Violence Shelters
URL: www.divorcesource.com/shelters/michigan.shtml

Eve, Inc. (End Violent Encounters) ~ formerly called the Council Against Domestic Assault, or CADA
(888) 796-5222 [24-hr Crisis Line / Toll-Free]
URL: www.eveinc.org
(517) 372-3382 [Office]
(517) 372-0024 [Fax]
P.O. Box 14149
Lansing, MI 48901
SERVICES:Shelter, support, advocacy & counseling to women and children who have experienced or are experiencing domestic violence. All of Eve's services are free, confidential and open to any woman regardless of race, ethnicity, religion, class, or sexual orientation. Eve's operation is based on an empowerment philosophy that provides resources and support to help women increase the number of choices in their lives. These resources provide women with a safe and healthy environment from which to make positive changes in their lives and the lives of their children.

Green Gables Haven
(800) 304-5445 [Toll-Free]
(269) 945-4777 [Office]
E-mail: greengableshaven@sbcglobal.net
PO Box 388
Hastings, MI 49058
Serves Barry County
SERVICES:Green Gables Haven provides a temporary, secure, nurturing environment and support to enable victims of domestic violence in Barry County to make appropriate life-altering changes.
GGH offers shelter for an abused person with their children for up to 4 weeks; access to the shelter 24-hours/day; access to clothing, personal hygiene items, food and/or emergency transportation while in the shelter; advocacy to assist in legal, medical and social matters; counseling, support groups, information and referrals; children's activities and groups; and mentoring programs.

logo-mcadsv
Michigan Sexual Assault & Domestic Violence Programs
URL: www.mcadsv.org/centers.html

 

MSU Safe Place
URL: www.msu.edu/~safe/
(517) 372-5572 [24-hr Crisis Line]
(517) 355-1100
SERVICES:Advocacy, shelter info, 24-hour support line, individual counseling, women's relationship group, support group. Community & corporate education. Batterer counseling & referral. MSU Safe Place is for MSU students, faculty, staff, retirees or their partners, and children who are experiencing an emotionally, physically or sexually abusive relationship. All services are free and confidential.

Relief After Violent Encounter, Inc. (RAVE)
URL: www.ravecs.org
(877) 952-7283[24-hr crisis line]
E-mail: rave@michonline.net
Administrative Office:
P.O. Box 472
St. Johns, MI 48879
Owosso Counseling Office:
120 Exchange St.
Owosso, MI 48867
Serves Clinton & Shiawassee Counties
SERVICES:24 Hour Crisis Line; Individual Counseling; Women's Support Group; Child Care and Children's Services; Transportation; Financial Assistance; Housing Assistance; Referrals; Sexual Assault Services; Children's Program; Parent Child Wellness; Legal Advocacy, Volunteers./i>

 

SAFE HAVEN MINISTRIES
URL: www.safehavenministries.org
(616) 452-6664
3501 Lake Eastbrook Dr, Suite 335
Grand Rapids, MI 49546

 

S.A.F.E. Place
URL: www.safeplaceshelter.org/
(269) 965-SAFE (7233) [Crisis Line]
(888) 664-9832 [Crisis Line / Toll-Free]
(269) 965-6093
(269) 966-2503 [Fax]
PO Box 199
Battle Creek, MI 49016
SERVICES:Advocacy, shelter, and information to survivors of domestic violence.

 

SIREN / Eaton Shelter
URL: www.sireneatonshelter.org
(517) 543-4915 [24-hr Crisis Line]
(800) 899-9997 [24-hr Crisis Line]
(517) 543-0748 [Office]
P.O. Box 293
245 S. Cochran
Charlotte, MI 48813
Serves Eaton County
SERVICES: Emergency shelter, transitional housing, crisis counseling, etc to homeless families & battered women in Eaton County. Also, 24-hour crisis line, weekly support groups, referrals to legal assistance for abused women (available for residents and non-residents of the shelter).
NATIONAL

National index of domestic violence shelters

911 For Women
 
 

 
 
 

SUBSTANCE ABUSE / DRUNK DRIVING

MICHIGAN
Eaton Substance Abuse Program, Inc.
URL: www.barryeatonhealth.htm
(517) 543-2580
551 Courthouse Dr., Suite 4
Charlotte, MI 48813
SERVICES:Individual, family, marital/couple, group counseling; referrals to other helpful programs; alcohol/drug education classes; screening/assessments for courts, social services & schools; in-school group activities for prevention services.

 

Michigan Association of Drug Court Professionals (MADCP)
URL: www.madcp.org
SERVICES:A non-profit organization whose goals are to:
  • reduce substance abuse, crime and recidivism by promoting and advocating for the establishment and funding of Drug Court and providing for collection and dissemination of mutual support to association members;
  • to provide technical assistance and mutual aid to association members;
  • to stimpulate development of other judicially supervised treatment programs, in case where appropriate; and
  • to collect, provide, and disseminate educational and technical information related to the purpose of the organization.

 


Michigan Methwatch
www.michiganmethwatch.org
SERVICES:Education initiative by the Michigan Department of Community Health. This site has useful information, brochures, recources, PSA videos, etc. about methamphetamine and its impact on our community.

 

Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD)
Michigan: (800) 323-MADD
National: (800) 438-6233
Canada: (800) 665-6233
910 Eastlawn
Midland, MI 48642
 
Ingham County MADD
(517) 394-6477
(517) 394-6503 [Fax]
913 West Holmes Rd., #135
Lansing, MI 48910-0411
Calhoun County MADD
(616) 963-6233
80 N 20th St
Battle Creek, MI 49015

Remove Intoxicated Drivers (RID)
(517) 787-2457
attn: Michael Lutz
2205 Cooper
Jackson, MI 49201

 

Students Against Destructive Decisions
www.saddonline.com
(313) 228-3482
PO Box 1073
Clinton Township, MI 48048
 
NATIONAL
 
Drug Slang Dictionary
www.noslang.com/drugs/dictionary.php

National Clearinghouse for Alcohol & Drug Information
(800) 729-6686

 

 


 

POLICE / LAW ENFORCEMENT

MICHIGAN
 
Eaton County Police Departments

 
Locate your nearest Michigan State Police Post

 

ICHAT - MSP's Criminal Conviction Search
URL: www.michigan.gov/msp
Search the official MSP Criminal History record database for $10.00 per search, using a major credit card. The Michigan Criminal History Record database is updated daily with felony and misdemeanor conviction information provided by law enforcement, Prosecuting Attorneys and Courts throughout the State of Michigan. This search includes only Michigan conviction information. This search does not include federal arrests or criminal records from other states.

 

Michigan Sheriff's Association
515 North Capitol
Lansing, MI 48933-1241
(800) 875-5500
NATIONAL
 
Federal Bureau of Investigation
URL:
www.fbi.gov/
J. Edgar Hoover Building
935 Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20535-0001
(202) 324-3000
Detroit, Michigan Field Office
Federal Bureau of Investigation
URL: detroit.fbi.gov
E-mail: detroit@fbi.gov
McNamara Fed Office Bldg, 26th Fl.
477 Michigan Avenue
Detroit, MI 48226
(313) 965-2323
 

 

 
 

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