About Us
Michigan Ability Partners, (MAP) is a 501 (c) (3) human service
agency that has served persons with disabilities in Southeastern
Michigan for 27 years.  

Last year MAP served approximately 1,000 persons through
our teams working in three southeastern Michigan counties.  

As a result of MAP's work, the individuals MAP serves
gradually require less social and governmental support.
 
Each year, many former MAP participants cross the threshold
to independent, self-supported and satisfying lives.

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Transitional Work Program (TWP) and social enterprise
work initiatives
– designed to provide immediate, paid work
experience to individuals while employers enjoy several
benefits of getting their production needs met without the
overhead of hiring permanent employees.   
MAP works individuals to help them find what they
need to achieve the level of independence they
desire.  

MAP's approach is tailored to each individual but
takes advantage of best practices from a wide
variety of services including housing, vocational
development, mental and physical health, addiction
treatments and more.  

MAP provides individuals with case management that
encompasses all aspects necessary to the specific
individual, whether it is help with a budget, finding
and sticking with a treatment program, temporary
housing or whatever combination of elements it
takes for a particular individual.
Causes of homelessness are complex as they include both
societal & personal circumstances.  
Consequently, a cookie-cutter approach to solve the problem is not successful
.
MAP is accredited by the Commission for Accreditation for Rehabilitation Facilities.
This is a national accreditation service, which certifies the agency's compliance
with best practice and performance standards.