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Enjoy the Free Summer Yoga Series at Little Caesars Arena June 12th, July 17th, August 1st & August 26th #Detroit #motownmom



Enjoy the Free Summer Yoga Series at Little Caesars Arena
Each hour-long session is led by a certified instructor



The Detroit Red Wings are hosting the Summer Yoga Series at Little Caesars Arena presented by the team’s valued partner, St. Joseph Mercy Hospitals. Grab your yoga mat and enjoy four hour-long sessions each led by a certified instructor this summer. Men and women of all skill levels and experience are welcome!




These free yoga sessions are being held from 6 -7 p.m. in Chevrolet Plaza at Little Caesars Arena on the following dates:


  • Wednesday, June 12: Led by Bryan Durren, Olympia Entertainment creative director, and Zach Gowen
  • Wednesday, July 17:  Led by Lila Lazarus
  • Thursday, August 1:  Led by Tommy Mack
  • Monday, August 26:  Led by Courtney Welch

How Do I Participate?

Click here to sign up. Each session is open to the first 450 people who register. Please look out for future emails to register for the other upcoming sessions.



Don’t Forget




Don’t miss out on this great opportunity to stay healthy this summer and enjoy time at Little Caesars Arena. Please bring your own yoga mat and water bottle.




23rd annual New & Expecting Parent Celebration! May24th #Detroit @WCCCDistrict – Taylor Campus via @WayneMetroCAA @StarfishFam #bcbs #motownmom

Pregnant women and mothers with babies 6 months & under are welcome! Fathers are welcome to attend also.


June 2019 Activities at the Detroit Institute of Arts #motownmom via @DIADetroit ‏#detroit #summeractivities #momblog

get your planner and your kid’s summer schedule ready for learning and art!



Contact:       Laura Skimin                     (313) 833-7963                       

June 2019 Activities at the Detroit Institute of Arts

May 14, 2019 (Detroit)—The Detroit Institute of Arts (DIA) kicks off summer with three exhibition openings, a Korean festival featuring traditional and contemporary performances and expands its family-friendly activities to six days a week.

General admission is always free to residents of Wayne, Oakland and Macomb counties.

The DIA thanks its sponsors for the following programs: Friday Night Live! is supported by the DTE Energy Foundation; the Detroit Film Theatre is generously supported by Buddy’s Pizza.

“Out of the Crate: New Gifts and Purchases” opens June 9
“Play Ball! Transforming the Game, 1876–2019” opens June 16
“Humble and Human: Impressionist Era Treasures from the Albright-Knox Art Gallery and the Detroit Institute of Arts, an Exhibition in Honor of Ralph C. Wilson, Jr.” opens June 26
82nd Detroit Public Schools Community District Student Exhibition on view through June 2
“Ruben & Isabel Toledo: Labor of Love” on view through July 7
“From Camelot to Kent State: Pop Art, 1960–1975” on view through August 25
Guest of Honor: “Souvenir II” by Kerry James Marshall on view through August 30

General Guided Tours: Tuesdays–Thursdays, 1 p.m.; Fridays, 1 & 6 p.m.
Enjoy a guided tour of select galleries for an overview of the collection.

General and Family Guided Tours: Saturdays & Sundays, 1 & 3 p.m.
Enjoy a guided tour of select galleries or a family and kid-friendly tour.

Thursdays at the Museum, 1 p.m.
Special programs for adults 55+, including light refreshments, tours, talks, art-making, films and more.

Detroit City Chess Club: Fridays, 4–8 p.m.
The club’s mission is to teach area students the game and life lessons. Members have won state, regional and national competitions. People wanting to learn to play chess should arrive between 4 and 6 p.m.; open play (no teaching) is between 6 and 8 p.m. There will be no chess on Friday, June 14.

Drawing in the Galleries (for all ages): Regular Hours: Fridays, 6–9 p.m.; Saturdays & Sundays, Noon–4 p.m.

Drop-In Art-making (for all ages): Regular Hours: Fridays, 6–9 p.m.; Saturdays and Sundays, Noon–4 p.m.


Saturday, June 1
Arts of Asia: Korean Festival 10 a.m.–5 p.m.
Enjoy traditional and contemporary performances, view Korean folk art and more during this free weekend festival. In partnership with the Korean Consulate in Chicago and the DIA’s auxiliary Friends of Asian Arts and Cultures.

This event is part of Arts of Asia: A Year-Long Celebration in honor of the DIA’s newly opened Robert & Katherine Jacobs Asian Wing.

Detroit Film Theatre: Hotel by the River 7 p.m.
An elderly poet summons his two estranged sons to meet him at a riverside hotel, hoping to achieve some form of closure before age catches up with him. Also staying there is a young woman trying to get over a romantic breakup, and the friend who has come to console her. In Korean with English subtitles. Tickets: $9.50 for general admission and $7.50 for members, seniors and students.

Sunday, June 2
Arts of Asia: Korean Festival 10 a.m.–5 p.m.
(see June 1 for description)

Detroit Film Theatre: Hotel by the River 2 & 4:30 p.m.
(see June 1 for description)

Thursday, June 6
Thursdays at the Museum: Tour: DIA’s Hidden Treasures 1 p.m.

Friday, June 7
Special Friday Night Live! & Detroit Film Theatre Performance: The Matt Smith Group & The Chelsea Girls 6:45 p.m.
Songwriter, singer and guitarist Matt Smith performs a 45-minute set in the Detroit Film Theatre immediately before the 7:30 p.m. screening of Andy Warhol’s rarely seen The Chelsea Girls. A time capsule of the 1960’s art scene, The Chelsea Girls peeks into rooms at Manhattan’s Chelsea Hotel, populated by Warhol’s family of superstars. Presented in conjunction with the DIA’s exhibition From Camelot to Kent State: Pop Art, 1960 – 1975 on view through August 25, 2019

Saturday, June 8
DFT Animation Club: Tales of the Night 2 p.m.
Blending fairy tales from Tibet, medieval Europe, an Aztec kingdom, the African plains and the Land of the Dead, Tales of the Night combines history and folklore full of dragons, werewolves, sorcerers, captive princesses and enormous talking bees. French with English subtitles. Free to DIA members; $5 general admission.

Detroit Film Theatre: The Baker’s Wife 4 & 7 p.m.
When his beautiful young wife runs off with a young shepherd, the town’s baker goes on strike, refusing to bake even one baguette until she returns. In French with English subtitles. Tickets: $9.50 for general admission and $7.50 for members, seniors and students.

Sunday, June 9
DFT Animation Club: Tales of the Night 2 p.m.
(see June 8 for description)

Detroit Film Theatre: The Baker’s Wife 4 p.m.
(see June 8 for description)

Tuesday, June 12
DFT: Arab American Film Festival: Arab Short Films 6 p.m.
Watch seven short films from women throughout the Arab world, including Saudi Arabia, Tunisia, Iraq, Yemen, Lebanon, Syria and Jordan as they tell their stories about passion, trauma and triumph. In Arabic with English subtitles. For ticket pricing, visit

Thursday, June 13
Thursdays at the Museum: Artist Demonstration: Felting with Detroit Fiber Works Artist Mandisa Smith 1 p.m.
Mandisa Smith from Detroit Fiber Works will discuss the history of felting, display her work, demonstrate techniques and guide participants as they create their own felting piece.

Detroit Film Theatre: Arab American Film Festival: Sofia 6 p.m.
Sofia, a 20-year-old Moroccan woman, tries to deny the existence of her out-of-wedlock pregnancy until it’s no longer possible. In order to get help save her family’s honor and stay out of jail, Sofia must find the father of her child and marry him as soon as possible. In Arabic with English subtitles. For ticket pricing, visit

Friday, June 14
Detroit Film Theatre: War and Peace, Part I 7 p.m.
At the height of the Cold War, the Soviet film industry created a production to dazzle the world: a titanic, awe-inspiring adaptation of Tolstoy’s masterwork in which the fates of three souls collide amid the tumult of the Napoleonic Wars. This new restoration includes footage never before seen in the US. In Russian and French with English subtitles. One ticket for all four parts. Tickets: $9.50 for general admission and $7.50 for members, seniors and students.

Saturday, June 15
Detroit Film Theatre: War and Peace, Part I Noon
(see June 14 for description)

Artist Demonstration: Digital Pop Art Noon–4 p.m.
Join a crowd-sourced installation when artist Danny Sobor paints shapes and images with the help of a projector. This program is in conjunction with the DIA’s special exhibition From Camelot to Kent State: Pop Art, 1960-1975 on view through August 25, 2019.

Detroit Film Theatre: War and Peace, Part II 3:30 p.m.
(see June 14 for description)

Detroit Film Theatre: War and Peace, Part III 7 p.m.
(see June 14 for description)

Detroit Film Theatre: War and Peace, Part IV 9:30 p.m.
(see June 14 for description)

Sunday, June 16
Detroit Film Theatre: War and Peace, Part II Noon
(see June 14 for description)

Artist Demonstration: Digital Pop Art Noon–4 p.m.
(see June 15 for description)

Detroit Film Theatre: War and Peace, Part III 3:30 p.m.
(see June 14 for description)

Detroit Film Theatre: War and Peace, Part IV 4:30 p.m.
(see June 14 for description)

Tuesday, June 18
Family Programming Summer Hours June 18–September 1, 2019
Gallery Adventures and Games, Family Tours, Drop-in Workshops and more.
Tuesday–Thursday, 11 a.m.–3 p.m.
Friday, Noon–9 p.m.
Saturday & Sunday, Noon–4 p.m.

Thursday, June 20
Thursdays at the Museum: Art Making: Art Pins and Buttons 1 p.m.

Friday, June 21
Detroit Film Theatre: Ash is Purest White 7 p.m.
Plunge into 21st century China’s criminal underworld and follow a young woman and her mobster boyfriend as they stake out their turf against criminal rivals and upstarts. In Chinese and Mandarin with English subtitles. Tickets: $9.50 for general admission and $7.50 for members, seniors and students.

Friday Night Live! Great Lakes Chamber Music Festival 7 & 8:30 p.m.
The Great Lakes Chamber Music Festival presents the Shouse Ensemble F-Plus, performing the world premiere of Matthew Barnson’s new work and Liza Sobel’s 2010 work Trio, followed by a performance of Dvořák’s String Quartet No. 14, the last string quartet completed by the composer and Brahms’ Clarinet Quintet, featuring F-Plus clarinetist Andy Hudson.

Saturday, June 22
Detroit Film Theatre: Ash is Purest White 4 & 7 p.m.
(see June 21 for description)

Sunday, June 23
Detroit Film Theatre: Ash is Purest White 2 & 5 p.m.
(see June 21 for description)

Thursday, June 27
Thursdays at the Museum: Film: Sunset Boulevard 1 p.m.
Nora Desmond is a forgotten, silent movie star who descends into madness in her Hollywood mansion, refusing to acknowledge the passage of time. Featuring Gloria Swanson, who is “ready for her close-up.”

Friday, June 28
Detroit Film Theatre: Walking on Water 7 p.m.
Ten years after the passing of his wife and collaborator, renowned artist Christo sets out to create “The Floating Piers,” a large-scale project they conceived together years before. This site-specific masterwork allowed 1.2 million to walk on a great stretch of Italy’s Lake Iseo via interlocked polyethylene cubes draped in luminous yellow fabric. Watch as Christo’s dream persists throughout issues with local politics, engineering challenges, logistical nightmares and forces of nature. Tickets: $9.50 for general admission and $7.50 for members, seniors and students.

Saturday, June 29
Detroit Film Theatre: Walking on Water 1, 4 & 7 p.m.
(see June 28 for description)

Sunday, June 30
Great Lake Chamber Music Festival: Community Concert 1 & 3 p.m.
Alumni of the Blackbird Creative Lab perform works by Dustin O’Halloran, Georg Friedrich Haas, Cassandra Venaglia, Pauline Oliveros, Tom Johnson, Gordon Jacob, Michelle McQuade Dewhirst, Amy Beth Kirsten, Griffin Candy and Marcos Balter.

Detroit Film Theatre: Walking on Water 2 & 4:30 p.m.
(see June 28 for description)



Drop-in Art-Making
Activities are offered at numerous art fairs and festivals throughout Macomb, Oakland, and Wayne counties. Art projects rotate throughout the year, focusing on current exhibitions, creative work from different cultures, various techniques, and concepts of identity.

Saturday, June 1
Grosse Ile Islandfest: Great Lakes Wildlife Puppets Noon–6 p.m.
Create a puppet of an animal found in the Great Lakes using decorative paper, tongue depressors and other interesting materials.

Saturday, June 1 & Sunday, June 2
Downtown Farmington’s ART on the GRAND: Paper Flowers Saturday, 11 a.m.–6 p.m.; Sunday, 11 a.m.–5 p.m.
Be inspired by images of flowers found in the DIA’s permanent collection and at the festival to make your own paper versions.

Saturday, June 8
The Centerline Independence Festival: Initial Tiles
Use your own initials and colorful art materials to create a unique work of art to take home.

Sunday, June 16
Grosse Pointe Shores EyesOn Design at the Edsel and Eleanor Ford House: Travel Journals 10 a.m.–4 p.m.
Record your adventures and travels in this easy-to-make book using heavy card stock, decorative paper and a rubber band.

Friday, June 21
City of Novi Sizzling Summer Nights: Peace, Love and Parks: Paper Flowers 7–9 p.m.
Be inspired by images of flowers found in the DIA’s permanent collection and at the park to make your own paper versions.

Saturday, June 22 & Sunday, June 23
New Baltimore’s Bay-Rama Fishfly Festival: Great Lakes Wildlife Puppets Noon–6 p.m.
Create a puppet of an animal found in the Great Lakes using decorative paper, tongue depressors and other interesting materials.


Image caption: One of the traditional dances performed during the Korean Festival.


Museum Hours and Admission

9 a.m.–4 p.m. Tuesdays–Thursdays, 9 a.m.–10 p.m. Fridays, and 10 a.m.–5 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays. General admission (excludes ticketed exhibitions) is free for Wayne, Oakland and Macomb county residents and DIA members. For all others, $14 for adults, $9 for seniors ages 62+, $8 for students, $6 for ages 6–17. For membership information, call 313-833-7971.


The Detroit Institute of Arts (DIA), one of the premier art museums in the United States, is home to more than 60,000 works that comprise a multicultural survey of human creativity from ancient times through the 21st century. From the first Van Gogh painting to enter a U.S. museum (Self-Portrait, 1887), to Diego Rivera’s world-renowned Detroit Industry murals (1932–33), the DIA’s collection is known for its quality, range and depth. The DIA’s mission is to create opportunities for all visitors to find personal meaning in art.

Programs are made possible with support from residents of Wayne, Oakland and Macomb counties.

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The Wiggles

(Detroit, MI) – The Wiggles are proud to announce their biggest U.S. tour in nearly a decade. The Wiggle’s Party Time Tour! will support their new Party Time! album, which releases on June 28th. The tour will arrive in Detroit on Monday, August 26th for a 6:30 PM show at the Fox Theatre.

The Party Time Tour! will be the first chance for most of America to see in-person the first-ever female Wiggle, Emma (the Yellow Wiggle), who has become an international sensation. Emma, Lachy, Simon, and Anthony will hit the stage with their friends Captain Feathersword, Dorothy the Dinosaur, Henry the Octopus, Wags the Dog and a brand-new Wiggly friend, Shirley Shawn the Unicorn!

As featured on the upcoming Party Time! album, parents and children alike can dance and sing along to classics like “Hokey Pokey,” “Heads, Shoulders, Knees and Toes,” “Skip To My Lou,” and “Simon Says.” Other show highlights include:

  • Joining Emma as she performs Irish, ballet and other bow-tiful dancing.
  • Listening to Anthony play his guitar, banjo and bagpipes.
  • Doing the actions with Simon as he sings “Simon Says”, and if Lachy falls asleep, calling out “Wake up Lachy!” because we need him for the show!

Tickets for The Wiggle’s Party Time Tour! are on sale now.  All tickets are $45 and are available via,, the Fox Theatre Box Office, select retail locations, and by phone at 1-800-745-3000. Children under 12 months are free. Check the venue website for the most up to date information, as well as exciting show announcements.

The Wiggles are more popular now then they have ever been in their 28-year history. They are watched daily on platforms like Hulu, and in nearly 60 million homes on NBC’s Universal Kids network, and streamed on The Wiggles YouTube channel which has nearly 400,000 subscribers and more than 650 million views!

About The Wiggles

The Wiggles, the world’s #1 preschool entertainers, performed over 350 shows to more than 1.5 million fans since 2005 in the United States alone.  The Wiggles perform over 200 shows annually across four continents.  Over the last year The Wiggles toured around the world including Australia, New Zealand, England, Ireland, Scotland, Wales and Canada and performed to over 330,000 fans, making The Wiggles the most successful children’s entertainment group! After performing five sold out shows in Perth, The Wiggles set a record for the most number of tickets sold to any artist at the venue (including artists such as Bruce Springsteen and Pink!) The Wiggles TV show was snapped up by Netflix, taking it into over 190 countries around the world as well as Hulu, Treehouse and Universal Kids in North America. The Wiggles have sold over 30 million DVDs and CDs, and 8 million books in the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Australia and New Zealand. For more information about the tour, Keep in touch with the latest information via Facebook:, and on Twitter:

Press Release: University of Detroit Mercy Dental receives a dental health grant for underserved pregnant women from Delta Dental Foundation #motownmom


University of Detroit Mercy

Ron Bernas



Delta Dental Foundation grant to Detroit Mercy Dental extends successful dental health program for underserved pregnant women


DETROIT — A statewide community outreach pilot program for pregnant women in high-risk populations and run by University of Detroit Mercy School of Dentistry will continue and expand, thanks to a $630,000 grant from the Delta Dental Foundation (DDF).

Michigan Initiative for Maternal and Infant Oral Health (MIMOH), which started in 2017 with a nearly million-dollar grant from the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services, integrates a dental checkup into the mother’s scheduled obstetrician appointment, making it more convenient for her to address oral health needs during pregnancy.


“To improve the oral health outcomes for high-risk infants and young children we need to start looking at ways we can improve the perinatal oral health of the mother,” said Divesh Byrappagari, director of dental public health and outreach at Detroit Mercy Dental. Infants are also at higher risk of developing tooth decay if mothers have poor oral hygiene during and after pregnancy, he added.


MIMOH is modeled after a program Grace Health in Battle Creek has run for four years. Pilot sites were found through a partnership with the Michigan Primary Care Association (MPCA). In addition to Grace Health, they are Covenant Community Care in Detroit, Great Lakes Bay Health Center in Bay City, Ingham Community Health Center in Lansing, InterCare Community Health Network in Benton Harbor, Muskegon Family Care in Muskegon and Upper Great Lakes Family Health Center in Hancock. Through the grant, the sites were given funding to hire a dental hygienist who provided preventive dental care, oral health instructions and referrals to dentists for long-term care in a dental chair in their obstetrician’s office.


“This program provides critical access to dental services for many people who otherwise wouldn’t obtain it,” said Jen Anderson, MPCA spokesperson. “For many Medicaid beneficiaries, community health centers are the only places they can go to receive dental care. By connecting pregnant patients to a hygienist during their prenatal visit, it’s easier to help them — and their children — form the habits that promote good oral and overall health.”


At the end of the first year of this project, three of the sites Ingham Community, Grace Health, and InterCare — became self-sufficient and will continue the project without grant funding. The new funding from DDF and the initial MDHHS grant will help clinics currently in the project continue.


As the primary investigator on the project, Byrappagari oversees the program and collects outcomes data for research purposes. He says preliminary data shows bacterial loads were lower in the pregnant women who received dental care and dental hygiene instruction.

In this second year of the program, Detroit Mercy Dental faculty and students, led by Byrappagari will collect more data, including whether patients actually followed up by going to dentists to whom they were referred and the impact on early childhood preventable infectious diseases.


“This is a very positive outcome,” Byrappagari said.


“This program will fill a major need, allowing expectant mothers to receive dental care during one of the most critical life stages,” said Delta Dental Foundation Executive Director Holli Seabury. “Proper oral hygiene is important during pregnancy because hormonal changes can increase the risk of developing gum disease which, in turn, can affect the health of the developing baby. By promoting prenatal oral health education and dental appointments, we can help pregnant women avoid an adverse birth outcome and help them to have a healthy, full-term baby.”




About University of Detroit Mercy

Founded in 1877 by the Society of Jesus (the Jesuits), University of Detroit Mercy is Michigan’s largest and most comprehensive Catholic university. In 1990, University of Detroit consolidated with Mercy College of Detroit, which was founded in 1941 by the Religious Sisters of Mercy, to form University of Detroit Mercy. Detroit Mercy offers more than 100 undergraduate, graduate and professionalacademic degrees and programs through seven schools and colleges. Detroit Mercy educates the whole person, focusing on the value of excellent academics, service to the community and a deeper spirituality to prepare graduates to live lives of purpose. For more information, please visit

Watch “The Day You Were Born – SNL” on YouTube Happy Mother’s Day. #motownmom

This makes me laugh Everytime I watch it. Because sometimes the truth really hurts… Literally

Watch “TYPES OF MOTHERS ON MOTHER’S DAY” on YouTube #motownmoxiemom

I’m the card lady. Umm hmm.

Which one are you? Comment below

PRESS RELEASE: DR. Phil CBS Production Features Transition 1.2.3. Inc., of Detroit, MI @transition123in #motownmom

Transition 1.2.3. Inc.
P.O. Box 32313 Detroit, MI 48232
Contact: Tyrice Kirkland
Direct: 313.415.3673
DR. Phil CBS Production Features Transition 1.2.3. Inc., of Detroit, MI
We are thrilled to share with you that our organization Transition 1.2.3. Inc., will be presented on the Dr. Phil Show Friday, May 10, 2019 at 5:00 pm EST on CBS Channel 50 in Detroit and it will be showing nationally on all CBS stations.   A viewing party will be held locally on Friday, May 10, 2019 at 4:00 pm located at The Ford Patio, 18490 W. Ford Road, Detroit, Michigan. Dr. Phil was honored to hear about the transitional housing facility in Detroit which the CEO, Chacrice Miles has been using to shelter for women seeking a safe haven from homelessness or domestic violence.
About Dr. Phil
Dr. Phil McGraw, perhaps the most well-known mental health professionals in the world, is the host of the #1 daytime talk show Dr. Phil. Now in its 17th season, this trailblazing and award-winning show continues to provide the most comprehensive forum on mental health issues in the history of television. Dr. Phil McGraw has a unique ability to take complicated and technical information and make it accessible and understandable to the general public.
About Chacrice Miles
Chacrice, founder and CEO of Transition 1.2.3 was a beautician, during which time, she volunteered with other organizations helping in the fight against Domestic Violence. Like Dr. Phil, Chacrice as a survivor for over twenty years understands the effect of domestic violence and the impact it has on mental health. This allowed her to see that women had a greater need beyond her beautification skills.  Since 2004, Ms. Miles has dedicated her life to this vision. Her mission is to be a catalyst in the lives of disenfranchised women to enable them to move to a plateau of success in every aspect of their lives: spiritually, physically, emotionally and financially.  For over twelve years, Ms. Miles, has been funding this non-profit organization utilizing personal finances along with small monetary and in-kind donations received from fundraisers and grants.
About Transition 1.2.3 Inc.
Transition 1.2.3 Inc., provides housing for homeless women 18 years and older. The transitional homes are newly remodeled, clean and completely furnished facilities providing water, electricity, gas and basic essentials. Transition 1.2.3 also offers BED/DET (Building Economic Development of Detroit) Housing Program which eventually allows the women within the transitional facilities to have access to permanent affordable housing opportunities. 
Domestic violence is the leading cause of homeless women (National Law Center on Homeless & Poverty).  1 in 3 women have experienced some form of physical violence by an intimate partner (The National Coalition Against Domestic Violence (NCADV). So as Detroit continues to rebuild and grow there will be an increased need for safe havens for women and their children. Transition 1.2.3 recognizes this potential and plans to build an all-inclusive transitional housing facility that will accommodate 20 families. 
Transition 1.2.3, Inc. has also been honored by and featured in the Investigative Discovery – ID Channel and Glamour Magazine in October 2016 for the “Everyday Hero” award in New York.  Chacrice Miles was also highlighted on the “Today’s Show”, by Tamron Hall.  Ms. Miles/Transition 123, has a full-page featured in the August 2017 issue of PEOPLE Magazine (Audrey Hepburn on cover)  as Investigation Discovery and PEOPLE raises awareness of domestic violence for the “Inspire A Difference” campaign.  Also, Transition featured a stage play, “No Place to Go” with the Perri Sisters in 2018 for awareness on domestic violence and received the Spirit of Detroit award from Manpower Mentoring.
Transition 1.2.3, Inc.
7439 Woodrow Wilson Street 
Detroit, MI 48206 (Confidential)
Office: (877)463-2269 / Field: (313)808-3878