Educating the Whole Student at DIA
The following are a list of partnerships and services available to DIA scholars and families.
New Providence Baptist Church: Forgotten Harvest Food Drive, every Tuesday and Saturday at DIA.
Lincoln Behavioral Service: Free counseling to scholars and families. Lincoln Behavioral Services (LBS) is a non-profit mental health center funded primarily by the State of Michigan Department of Community Health, and the Detroit Wayne Integrated Health Network, who has provided services to persons suffering from mental illness, for the past 41 years. LBS currently serves approximately 5,400 adults, children and adolescents each year, through the provision of a comprehensive array of mental health programming, including numerous evidence-based practices.
Michigan Department of Health and Human Services, Pathways to Potential, brought to DIA by the Michigan Department of Health & Human Services (DHHS). This program allows DIA to have a DHHS worker on site.
Description of the Pathways to Potential Program (DHSS). We believe everyone in Michigan has the potential to achieve their dreams. Some just need extra support and assistance along the way. In an effort to help everyone find a path to their fullest potential, we created Pathways to Potential as a way to break down barriers and deliver services where people need them.
The Pathways approach targets five outcome areas: attendance, education, health, safety and self-sufficiency. It also relies on a number of support networks and partnerships to wrap their arms around children and families to help them succeed. More information is available in the current annual report.
Victorious Kids Latchkey: Victorious Kids mission is to provide an innovative program that helps children and families work together to ensure that both them and their community thrive. Victorious Kids Katchkey is committed to providing quality child care, early childhood education, and family/life solutions in the community. Services include "Before" and "Aftercare" services.