Resources

Online Meetings, Treatment Options, Help Michiganders Stay Sober

April 17th 2020

“Anxiety and stress are really high right now. If you are in your recovery walk, know that there are [other] people who are struggling.”

Councilperson Shares Love for Local Bands with “Ferndale Playlist”

April 17th 2020

Ferndale is a hot spot for musical creativity, so much so that City Councilperson Kat Bruner James has been growing a Spotify list to honor that spirit.

Small Business Stabilization Funds Available, Deadline April 6

April 1st 2020

You are potentially eligible to apply for a grant of up to $10,000, and there is also loan money available.

Census: A Revolutionary Idea, Plus Reasons to be Counted

March 26th 2020

The census is as old as America. And so are controversies about it.

Tips for Maintaining Mental Health During the Coronavirus Outbreak

March 26th 2020

As we incorporate scary-sounding phrases like “social distancing” and “self-isolation” into our daily vocabularies, it’s apparent we must also devote time and attention to our mental and emotional health

Local Agencies Share Mental Health Support, Crisis Line & More

March 20th 2020

Services by the county providers have continued with some changes. The agencies are reaching out to people they serve through telephone or telehealth…

Ferndale Chamber Shares Resources for Business Owners

March 19th 2020

The Ferndale Area Chamber has compiled this list of resources that could be of help to small business owners.

Here’s How Michigan Small Businesses Can Apply for SBA Coronavirus Relief Loans

March 15th 2020

Legislation passed earlier this month makes $1 billion available to the SBA to subsidize disaster relief loans to small businesses, small agricultural cooperatives, and nonprofits.

Ongoing Coronavirus Updates ~ Stay Informed, Not Overwhelmed

March 13th 2020

Our goal is to share resources in a way that helps readers to be educated without being overwhelmed. This page will be updated regularly as the Coronavirus pandemic unfolds.

Places to EXPLORE in Oakland County

March 13th 2020

Social distancing doesn’t necessarily mean staying inside.