Systemic issues are among several impediments

in Kalamazoo for fair housing

KDPS partners with Integrated Services of Kalamazoo

to connect residents to recovery outreach services


Click below to read the press release!



City of Kalamazoo Approves Memorandum with United Way, Programs for Fighting Homelessness Announced


Read about it here!


5 Highlights From Kalamazoo County’s $109M Budget for 2021



Read about it here!


Public Health Campaign Helps People Cope With Coronavirus Aftermath


GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) – Integrated Services of Kalamazoo (ISK), along with Gryphon Place and Kalamazoo County are working together to create the Refocus Reconnect & Recover campaign. The initiative aims to help citizens with mental health issues in the aftermath of the Coronavirus pandemic.

>>We talk to CEO of ISK, Jeff Patton, about the initiative

(see video and click link above to visit Refocus, Reconnect & Recover page on the ISK website).



$4M Grant to Grow Job Opportunities for People with

Mental Illness in Kalamazoo County


View 12/03/2019 Press Release here.

CBS This Morning

Stop the Stigma: A Conversation About Mental Health


CBS News - Stop The Stigma

Recovery Institute

Going Strong As Kalamazoo’s Only Peer-Run

Mental Health Support Center

State of Mind - WWMT 2

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Addicted Michigan WWMT

ADDICTED MICHIGAN: For nearly six months Newschannel 3 has reported on issues surrounding addiction throughout our community. Our Addicted Michigan reporting initiative aims to help all of us address, educate, and eradicate addiction. On Sunday, our Addicted Michigan Special aired at 5:30 p.m. View the special and accompanying web articles on the Addiction Michigan page.