COMMUNITY HUMAN SERVICES CALENDAR
The Human Services Calendar offers residents of St. Joseph County, Michigan a single source for supportive events within the county that relate to all areas of human services or low cost recreation. Because personal health is impacted by many factors, promoting these events directly contributes to the well-being of our community by getting individuals and families connected to needed services, engaged in healthy activities, and interacting with others in the community.
THIS. This is something that as a couple, you are NOT going to want to miss! We get the opportunity to learn from Dan Seaborn on what a Godly marriage can look like. Be prepared for laughter, teachable moments, and good snacks!To register go to https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScSIcMLYtlwx3uUE3rzKqWKs7igdLFUXCecasMDY4NmyyN1jg/viewform
*childcare is NOT provided for this event
In partnering with the St. Joe County United Way, the Doyle Center is proud to open our doors to ALL area youth in grades 6th-12th all winter long on Saturday nights. "Open Gym" style format including Basketball, Volleyball, Soccer, Tennis and more! Come in and play or just hang out and socialize.
6th-8th Grades: 7pm-9pm
9th-12th Grades: 9pm-Midnight
Weekly activity for high school students. Each week they explore a pertinent issue to their lives, discuss possible solutions and develop leadership skills. Teens from Sturgis and area towns enjoy an evening of games, movie clips, small group discussions, input by staff, and refreshments. Throughout the year there are special activities like dodge ball, ice skating, bowling, bonfire, etc. They have trips to Colorado & Florida during school breaks.
Food pantry with no residency or income restrictions. I.D. not required. Open 2nd and 4th Tuesday each month from 11am-12 noon. Helping Hands is a ministry of Holy Angels Catholic Church. Drop boxes for non-perishable food items are located at each of the church entrances. Monetary donations accepted at the parish office.
SHY NO LONGER: Almost everyone gets a little anxious or embarrassed in front of other people now
and then, though some of us are shyer than others. Sometimes, though, the anxiety can be so intense
that it stops us from doing the things we enjoy, or starts interfering in our daily lives. In this group we will
explore the benefits of socializing, stepping out of our fear, increased social interaction, and the enriching
of our wellbeing.
Access to a computer and internet for:
Creating a Resume
Online Job Applications
Printing materials needed for job applications/housing applications
Apply for county services with MI Bridges (MDHHS)We are a Access and Navigation Partner.
Find local or State services that fit your needs
*volunteer available if you need help with any of these.
WELLNESS & REALXATION: Join us as we explore different pathways to be a promoter of personal
wellness. Areas of exploration include relaxation exercises, meditation, changing negative thoughts to
positive thoughts, chair yoga stretches, and deep breathing.
Weekly activity for middle school students. Each week focuses n topics like relationships, challenges, and goals. The evening includes free time, games, small group discussion, input by the staff, and refreshments. Throughout the year they enjoy activities, such as an all-nighter, bonfire & archery, and getaways during the winter & summer.
A great way to start the day and get encouragement for life. They share together donuts and milk and talk about a certain Bible passage and pray. They support each other through good & bad times in life.
The Dog Bone Blues Band is an exciting collaboration of seasoned musicians who love to play music, from Coldwater Michigan and the Kalamazoo area. The group covers various styles of Blues, Blues Rock, and Americana. Members include Dog Bone on drums , Jessica Rae Parris lead vocals, Bob Hunt on saxophone, Terry Oosterhart bass guitar and vocals, and Bob Weis on guitar and vocals.