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ACCESS to provide remote service delivery in response to State of Michigan “Stay Home, Stay Safe” executive order

Per Governor Gretchen Whitmer’s “Stay Home, Stay Safe” executive order yesterday, ACCESS will be shifting the majority of its business operations and service delivery to a remote model.

As a community nonprofit and direct service provider, the safety and well-being of the communities we serve is always our top priority, and in the wake of this pandemic our commitment does not waver. We remain steadfast in responding to the urgent needs of all who rely on our services. Our programs that provide essential services will continue to be available to those most in need, especially during these uncertain times.

“It is moments like these that we are called on to live out our mission of serving our most vulnerable communities, while ensuring the well-being and safety of our staff and clients,” says ACCESS President and CEO Hassan Jaber.

Our remote services can be accessed via the following telephone numbers:

6451 Schaefer, Dearborn

Social Services: 313-203-1874

Immigration: 313 203-1880

Mental Health: 313-945-8138

Employment and Training: 313-203-3406

Unemployment and Unemployment Insurance: 313-945-8169 and 313-584-0640

General Information: 313-842-7010


6450 Maple, Dearborn

Medical Clinic: 313-216-2230

Substance Abuse and Peer Support: 313-614-0509

Domestic and Sexual Violence Hotline: 833-782-6348

General Information: 313-842-7010


2651 Saulino Ct, Dearborn

Social Services: 313-203-3391

Youth and Education: 313-203-3406

General Information: 313-842-7010


ACCESS will continue to provide updates on future developments and how they may impact our service delivery. We understand that these are unsettling times that have triggered anxieties and fears for many, but we remain hopeful that our global community can come together and overcome these challenges.