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Frequently Asked Questions regarding the 2-1-1 program serving northeastern Michigan. 2-1-1 FAQ (360KB)

Arc of Midland

220 W. Main Street, Suite 101
Midland, MI 48640
Telephone: (989) 631-4439
Fax: (989) 832-5528

The Arc of Midland is a nonprofit organization which promotes the general welfare of people with developmental disabilities and increases their presence, participation and inclusion in the community.

Arnold Center, Inc.

400 Wexford Avenue
Midland, MI 48640
Telephone: (989) 631-9570
Fax: (989) 631-9316

The agency’s purpose, through collaboration with many community partners, is to serve as a catalyst for improving the quality of life of the persons they serve. They are in tradition, a provider of vocational and related training programs.

Disability Network

1705 S. Saginaw Road 
Midland, MI 48640
Telephone: (989) 835-4041
Toll Free: (800) 782-4160

To Promote and Encourage Independence for All People with Disabilities. That is the agency’s purpose – their mission. “As we seek to grow, and to increase the number of people we are able to help, we will strengthen our network, allowing us to provide increased services to those who need them. At the Disability Network, we believe that it's not the disability that prevents people from participating in our communities... it's the barriers placed in front of them.”

Core Services:

Community education and outreach
They provide disability awareness training, education about disabilities, and advocate for topics impacting people with disabilities in communities.

Independent living skill training
Their programs and services help people with disabilities build the skills needed to live independently.

Information and referral
Call them if you have questions about any disability, or need disability resources in your community.

Peer support
They coordinate support networks for people with disabilities.

Community transition
They help people with disabilities transition from youth facilities or nursing facilities into independent community living.

The Legacy Center

3200 James Savage Rd, Suite 5
Midland, MI 48642-5856 
Telephone: (989) 839-0540

The Legacy Center for Community Success connects children, adolescents and families to opportunities to learn, thrive and succeed. We connect the dots between barriers and best practices that make a measurable difference. We connect with diverse partners to build individual potential, resilient families and stronger communities.

Saginaw Advocacy for Individuals with Disabilities

S.A.I.D.: A Division of SVRC Industries, Inc.

919 Veterans Memorial Parkway
Saginaw, MI 48601
Telephone: (989) 752-6104
Fax: (989) 752-3111

S.A.I.D. exists to empower individuals who have developmental disabilities and assure that they are valued and that they and their families can participate fully in, and contribute to , the life of their community.

SVRC Industries, Inc.

919 Veterans Memorial Pkwy
Saginaw, MI 48601
Telephone: (989) 752-6176
Fax: 989-752-3111

SVRC Industries Inc. has been providing quality vocational rehabilitation services in Saginaw County and the surrounding community since 1962. By working together as a collaborating partner with the Saginaw/Shiawassee Intermediate School District, Community Mental Health, State of Michigan, and local businesses we have been able to provide quality outcomes for persons with disabilities and other barriers to employment. SVRC Industries is accredited by CARF (Commission on Accreditation for Rehabilitation Facilities) to ensure quality services to the persons served. The Industrial Operations/Contract Services are certified by NSF to the ISO/TS 16949 Quality Standards to ensure quality services to the persons served. The Industrial Operations/Contract Services are certified by NSF to the ISO/TS 16949 Quality Standards to ensure quality for industrial customers.