We love to share success stories! Meet Sarah

Tales of Hope & Inspiration ISK and our partnering provider agencies are proud to have assisted so many community members in achieving their goals, realizing their dreams and desires, and improving their overall quality of life.  Meet some of the individuals we serve – including Sarah, shown here at right – on our Success Stories…

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All are welcome to join via Teams!

Our next virtual Board Meeting is Monday, June 28, from 4 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. You can join remotely via Microsoft Teams at +1 616-272-5624, United States/Conference ID: 338 689 03# (Once you’ve joined the meeting, please disable your camera.) ISK welcomes and encourages input and questions on any board business. To communicate with the…

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We’re Open! Summer Update

SUMMER UPDATE MASKS: Because ISK is a medical service provider, ISK staff and visitors, EVEN IF VACCINATED, will continue to wear masks in our buildings. This is in accordance with Michigan’s latest Coronavirus directive of June 1, 2021. DETAILS: On-site & virtual appointments are available; call 269-373-6000. All ISK buildings are open and have staff…

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Happy Pride Month!

Visibility matters By Dustin Jepkema, LMSW (They/Them), Transition Facilitator at ISK Note: Dustin is a member of TIROC (Trauma-Informed, Recovery-Oriented Community), which is ISK’s committee charged with leading the agency in developing an organizational culture that is trauma-informed, recovery-oriented, diverse, inclusive, and equitable for all. The committee is made up of diverse staff members who…

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Memorial Day: Never Forgotten

“True heroism is remarkably sober, very undramatic. It is not the urge to surpass all others at whatever cost, but the urge to serve others at whatever cost.” —Arthur Ashe

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ISK thanks all who serve

Today, May 15, is Armed Forces Day, when we celebrate all five branches of the U.S. military: the Army, the Navy, the Coast Guard, the Marine Corps and the Air Force! Please join us in honoring all people currently serving in the U.S. armed forces. Thank you for your service! Veteran Navigator Available! We want…

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Grant boosts suicide prevention efforts for at-risk LGBTQ population & youth

Integrated Services of Kalamazoo (ISK) will use a $75,000 suicide prevention grant to better support the LGBTQ population as well as youth and young adults at risk of suicide in Kalamazoo County. The funding comes from a collaborative initiative to provide suicide prevention support for Michigan organizations working with health-disparate populations. FUNDERS: Blue Cross Blue…

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