TTY: 711 or (800) 649-3777
Monday - Friday 11 a.m. - 7 p.m.
BUTZEL FAMILY CENTER ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICES
For information for the following services inside Butzel Family Center
call: (313) 628-2100
A valid membership is required to participate in all programs/activities.
Block Club Meeting, Community Meetings, Parties, Field Use,
Outdoor Shed Rental, Tournaments, etc.
Detroit Police Northeastern District Sub-Station
Mayor's Time Activities
Senior Net Computer Lab
Youth Computer Lab
Senior/Youth Recreation Programs
CITY OF DETROIT DEPARTMENTS
Community Affairs Office
Department of Health and Wellness -
Village Health Workers
Adult Well Being Services
Butzel Middle School
Butzel Middle School Nurse
After School Program includes arts, gymnasium, computer lab, teen council, table games, game room activities and more.
CALL GENERAL INFORMATION FOR SCHEDULE (313) 628-2100
Art Rocks was made possible through a grant from LISC. The project is a collaborative effort among Butzel Family Center, College for Creative Studies, Youth on the Edge of Greatness, Pewabic Pottery, Southeastern Village, and the Salvation Army. The program provide free art class for youth ages 7-17.
OMANKANE: The Collective
Margaret James, Director
Assists young people and their families in developing the assets and skills neede to make healthy lifestyle choices.
Youth on the Edge... of Greatness (YOE)
Aimee Lalonde, Director
YOE seeks to empower middle school youth to reach their full potential by enhancing their academic achievement, preventing their involvement with alcohol, tobacco and other drugs, and encouraging parents to play an active role in their child's school life.
ABOUT BUTZEL FAMILY CENTER
is a multipurpose community center that houses a number
of agencies that provide an array of services under one roof. The mission
of the Butzel Family Center is to provide and promote a world-class
multipurpose center or the community by coordinating quality social
services and self-help technologies designed to improve the quality of
life for Detroit citizens.
The center is
unique among service facilities because of the broad range of people
served and the wide variety of services offered. Among the groups serviced
by Butzel are Senior Citizens and Youth seeking recreational as well as
For more than
25 years, the Butzel Family Center has been a mainstay in the area of
family and human service delivery and support for families on the east
side of Detroit.Butzel responds to the community by bringing organizations
and resources to the area in direct response to community needs. With
broad-based involvement, technical assistance and support for community
agencies and organizations, Butzel Center helps to bridge the gap between
citizens and service providers.
Center is available at no cost to community organizations and Block Clubs
for meetings, Monday through Friday, from 9a.m. until 7p.m. which are
located in the Butzel Family Center Service area. The Butzel Family Center
Service area is Mt. Elliot to McClellan and E. Jefferson to Harper.
Center Conference rooms & Assembly & Banquet Hall are available for a
nominal fee seven days a week. (weekend rates slightly higher)
Family Center is a smoke-free, non-alcoholic facility. For rental
information, Call (313) 628-2100.
BUTZEL FAMILY CENTER
Mrs. E. Bussey-Chairman
We invite all
members of the Butzel Family Center service area to come out and take part
in the Butzel Family Center's "Citizen Committee."
The Citizens Committee
serves as an advisory board to Butzel Family Center and assist in bringing
ideas from the community to the Director to better serve the community.
This group meets every first Tuesday of the month at 6p.m. All members and
business owners of the service area are encouraged to participate so that
we can work together in insuring that the community's needs are met. The
Butzel Family Center service area boundaries are from Mt. Elliot to
McClellan and from Jefferson to Harper.