GMCA has a Senior Care Program in place. We put together packages to deliver to our senior citizens and physically disabled residents in our subdivision. They are delivered several times throughout the year.
These care packages are filled with practical items to help each individual manage their basic needs and make their life a little brighter. For many, this is the only present they will receive. Items sometimes include holiday mugs filled with sugar-free candy, toiletry items such as shampoo, toothpaste, deodorant, coffee and teas, fresh fruit and bottled water.
If you would like to be added or know of someone that might need to be added to our list, or to make a donation, please contact Lisa Hicks-Clayton (313.348.9848)
GMCA Little Free Library
Check out our Little Free Library. Located at 26826 Rouge River Drive.
There are books, and sometimes even surprises for your children to discover. Take a book, add a book. Its a great way to share some of those books maybe your child is tired of and get a new one to replace it to keep their interest in reading.
WRAP - Water Residential Assistance Program
Applicants who meet low income levels are eligible to receive assistance with water bills.
For more information call 313-386-9727
or visit the website:
The GMCA Teen Action Council (TAC) group is a volunteer, civic-minded, community service organization comprised of youth ages 11 years to 18 years of age. Students work together to recognize the needs for services in our neighborhood and the community of Dearborn Heights. They develop action plans to bring forth needed services to meet the needs of our neighbors and our residents. Students gain valuable leadership skills, problems solving skills, working as a team and are giving back to their community.
TAC welcomes new members. Some of our service projects include:
If you have a teen that might benefit from participating in this group or you need more information, please contact Lisa Hicks-Clayton (313.348-9848).