Our mission is to provide quality programs and services to strengthen and enhance the self-sufficiency of individuals, families, and communities
through the best use of human and financial resources, focusing on those who are experiencing an economic hardship.
We are currently seeking qualified applicants that reside in
Oscoda County and Otsego County to serve on our Board of Directors
Alpena Area Chamber of Commerce recognizes NEMCSA Program Director
Early Head Start Program
Early Head Start Program expands services to even more families in northern Michigan!
Family Support Coordinators provide home visits and parent-child group socialization experiences to 320 families
with children ages birth to three and to pregnant women across 12 counties.
Comprehensive services support and strengthen the relationships between infants, toddlers and their parents.
To learn more about Early Head Start please complete our online interest form.
Tawas Head Start Classroom Receives Visit from Congressman Dan Kildee
Learn more about our Head Start programs
The Alpena Youth Volunteer Corps (YVC) continues their Guest Volunteer Program by packing boxes to support NEMCSA's food programs.
Their latest guest volunteer was Alpena Community College's new President, Don MacMaster.
The School Success Program has now grown to 31 staff members working in schools all over Prosperity Region 3. The School Success Program is a prevention program that identifies students at-risk for academic failure and helps families, teachers and students work together to find solutions for a successful outcome. If you would like to learn more about this program, please contact Dorothy Pintar, Program Director, at (989) 358-5006.
Alpena Youth Volunteer Corps (YVC) Guest Volunteer Program Donates
Time and Efforts to NEMCSA's Senior Food Program
Evidence-Based Health Improvement Programs for Seniors
Chronic Disease PATH, Diabetes PATH, Chronic Pain PATH, Matter of Balance and Creating Confident Caregiver Programs
Region 9 Evidence Based Workshop Offerings
Otsego County :
Creating Confident Caregivers, Diabetes Self-Management & Matter of Balance Workshops Flyer
Download the PATH Brochure
Download the Matter of Balance Brochure
Download the Savvy Caregiver Brochure
Contact Kara LaMarre at (989) 358-4616 for additional information.
An Equal Opportunity / Program Employer
Auxiliary aids, services, and alternate format will be made available upon request to individuals with disabilities
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