Saline Area Social Service provides food; emergency assistance for rent, utilities and car repairs; prescription co-pays; support for youth; and special programs throughout the year to support those in need.  Give us a call at 734-429-4570 to learn how we can help.

Looking for additional assistance?  Check out the community resources listed below.

Other Places to Find Help

Additional Food Resources

  • Food Gatherers – Find Food Map allows you to search for free grocery and meal programs near you.
  • Aid in Milan – Provides emergency food through our food pantry and mobile pantry programs.
  • Manchester Community Resource Center – Serving all individuals and families by connecting them to resources that improve their lives.
  • Faith in Action (Chelsea/Dexter) – Providing essential support to alleviate the effects of hunger and poverty in our communities.
  • Saline Meals on Wheels – Meals on Wheels (MOW) is a service provided through the cooperation of EHM Senior Solutions and the Saline Area Senior Center (SASC).
  • Washtenaw County Area Meals On Wheels – Seniors unable to leave their home for any reason and unable to prepare food at home may receive meals delivered to their door.
  • Pet Food Assistance – HSHV’s Bountiful Bowls program assists Washtenaw County and Plymouth residents who are having difficulty meeting the nutritional needs of their dog or cat due to financial burden.

Health & Wellness

  • Mental Health & Substance Use Support – Providing mental health services to all individuals in the county, regardless of their diagnosis, insurance coverage, age, or ability to pay for services.
  • Free Eye Screenings – Program helps people with limited access to eye care receive eye disease screening and free or low-cost glasses.
  • Hope Clinic-Dental Assistance – The Hope Dental Clinic provides limited dental treatment to the community.

Parents & Children

  • WIC (Women, Infants, and Children) – WIC is a supplemental nutrition program for pregnant and postpartum women, infants, and kids up to five years old who are income eligible.
  • Child Development & Care – Program may offer payment assistance for child care services for
    families when the parent is not able to provide child care.
  • Washtenaw Camp Placement – Connect youth to camp through community support, providing an opportunity for those who would not otherwise be able to attend.
  • Mama and Me MIHP – Maternal infant health education program, services and help for pregnant and parenting families with children under a year.


Crucial resources for immediate assistance: