Cancer Services provides compassionate cancer patient support programs, and promotes healthier living through cancer prevention education at schools, worksites and other locations, specializing in tobacco use treatment for a smoke-free community.
|Chippewa Nature Center
CNC features over 15 miles of trails, 1400 acres, nature walks, field trips, workshops, school and scout programs and Nature Day Camp and a Nature Preschool, all to inspire people and institutions to protect the natural world.
|Community Mental Health for Central Michigan (CMHCM)
Community Mental Health for Central Michigan (CMHCM) serves six counties, including Midland County, in the central Michigan area. Services such as therapy, therapy groups, drop-in centers, life skills training, and many others are available through CMHCM to qualifying Midland County residents. Mental health conditions are treatable, and, with an estimated one in four individuals affected, more common than most people realize. CMHCM is committed to educating the communities they serve and has a Speaker's Bureau at no charge for groups who wish to learn more about mental health conditions and the process of recovery from a consumer's point of view.
|Friends of Pere Marquette
Non profit group that supports the promotion, improvement and maintenance of the Pere Marquette rail trail from Midland to Clare
|Midland Amateur Hockey League
The Midland Amateur Hockey League is a non-profit 501(3)c Michigan Corporation operated by volunteers to promote youth ice hockey through education, training and team experience in the Greater Midland area.
|Midland Area Community Foundation
The Foundation is a non-profit organization serving thousands of people who share a common concern to improve the quality of life in Midland and Gladwin Counties.
|Midland Community Center
The leading local non-profit organization in providing affordable and quality recreational, social, and personal development opportunities for all individuals and families.
|Midland Community Tennis Center
Michigan's largest tennis facility with 16 indoor/ 16 outdoor tennis courts. Great programming for all ages and levels. Learn to play tennis in just one hour.
|Midland County Health Department
The Midland County Department of Public Health promotes and protects the public's health through support of community conditions and services that enhance the health of Midland County residents.
|MidMichigan Medical Center-Midland
Located on a 146-acre wooded campus, MidMichigan Medical Center-Midland offers a variety of community education, exercise and recreation programs to help you manage a medical condition or just live a healthier lifestyle. The benefits of these programs may include weight loss or weight management; improving flexibility, circulation, strength and endurance; staying active and reducing stress; and exercising safely with a specific medical condition, just to name a few. MidMichigan also offers a variety of fitness classes to accommodate a variety of needs and schedules, as well as one-on-one services including personal training. Walking programs are also available through MidMichigan, including the more than three miles of wooded wellness trails on the Medical Center's campus.
|Midland Daily News
The Midland Daily News is a daily newspaper which serves Midland and Midland County. The offices are located at 124 S. McDonald Street in downtown Midland. Although the offices are located in Midland; the paper is widely circulated around Midland County. The paper began in 1881 as the Midland Republican, and became the Midland Daily News on May 1, 1937. The paper is owned by the Hearst Corporation, acquired in 1979, which also owns other magazines and media outlets. Community Focused. Community Driven. Making a Difference Everyday.
ReallyBeThere is dedicated to helping enable anyone, young or old, to actively engage in life with enthusiasm, energy, and confidence to achieve and sustain a healthy and balanced sense of well-being. ReallyBeThere offers ChiRunning and ChiWalking classes and coaching with additional services coming soon. Learn how to run and walk more energy efficiently and injury-free.
|The Country Club's Youth Program
The Midland Country Club Youth Fitness Program is designed to introduce our younger Club members to a new outlet of physical activity and recreation beyond their school’s physical education classes. With that said, there are some students who do not participate in a physical education class at school, and it is with these children, the need for such a program exponentially increases. With today’s youth leading sedentary lifestyles, here at the Midland Country Club, we want to do our part to end this societal trend. We offer fitness programming options for youth with varying interests from training for a sport to simply achieving a healthier lifestyle.
|United Way of Midland County
United Way of Midland County mobilizes our caring community to advance the common good, focusing on Education, Self-Sufficiency and Health. These are the building blocks for a good life: Equip people with the tools to reach their full potential, empower them to live independently, and promote health and healing