New Members

The Union at Dearborn
Steve Ostipow
780 Town Center Drive
Dearborn
313-277-5888
www.unionatdearborn.com
The Union at Dearborn is the newest community in the city of Dearborn. This 505-bed, 145-apartment student housing community is at 780 Town Center Drive, directly across the street from the University of Michigan-Dearborn. The apartments are fully furnished with all utilities included. They offer an electronic keyless main entry into the apartments, flat screen TV in the living area, free cable, free internet, granite counter tops, wood cabinets, a full kitchen and more. The community at the Union will offer monthly resident events, a fitness center- equipped with free weights, cardio and strength equipment, an indoor half basketball court, Grand Entrance room with seating and social breakout areas, 70-inch TVs, on-site parking, laundry rooms, elevators and individual resident mail boxes. This is luxury living with very affordable, all inclusive, pricing. Residents will enjoy a variety of floor plans, including studio, two bedroom, three bedroom and four bedroom variations. Study areas on each floor create a great area for residents to hang out and get out of their rooms to enjoy the community around them. The new community allows students to connect to the Union at Dearborn community, their campus communities and the city of Dearborn community. The Union at Dearborn will be a welcome fixture to the city of Dearborn and infuse continued new life into an already lively city.

Walgreen’s
Jonathan McLachlan
8706 N. Telegraph Road
Dearborn Heights
313-724-9078
www.walgreens.com
Walgreen’s goal is be the community’s first choice for health and daily living. Five of their nearly 8,100 stores are located right here in the greater Dearborn, Dearborn Heights and Garden City areas ready to help you get well, stay well, and live well. They want you to do well on your medications and make the medication experience a convenient, manageable one. In addition to the expert advice provided by their pharmacists, they offer convenient, innovative services that include 90-day supplies, automatic refills, text messaging, and prescription flavoring. In addition to traditional prescription-filling services, Walgreen’s is one of the nation’s largest providers of CDC-recommended vaccinations. They offers vaccinations for influenza, shingles, pneumonia, whooping cough, hepatitis A/B and more. Traveling out of the country? They can help determine what immunizations you might need prior to your trip. Also, all of their stores offer free blood pressure screenings, and some can even perform blood glucose, cholesterol, and body composition screenings. Their services aren’t limited to the four walls of the store. They will come to your business or organization and provide immunizations and blood pressure checks. Download their award-winning app, visit them at www.walgreens.com, like them on Facebook, or follow them on Twitter.

Community Living Services
Tiffany M. Devon
35425 W. Michigan Ave.
Wayne
734-722-7185
www.comlivserv.com
CLS Celebrating 30 Years – 1983-2013
This year marks the 30th anniversary of Community Living Services, formerly known as Wayne Community Living Services when formed in 1983. Back then, there were roughly 12,000 people with developmental disabilities living in 13 state institutions in Michigan. A large proportion of them were the responsibility of Wayne County. WCLS’s purpose was to return children and adults from state-run institutions and nursing facilities back to their community. In the beginning, WCLS supported people in groups of six living in licensed adult foster care homes. At its peak, CLS oversaw 250 licensed group homes; now less than 80 such homes exist in the CLS system. This is a significant change. Now the majority of people CLS supports lease their own home with companions of their choice. In 1991, CLS became a non-profit, 501(c)(3) organization. Today, CLS is one of the largest non-profit organizations in Michigan. It remains true to its original mission, providing only community-based services and supports to well over 4,000 people with physical, intellectual and developmental disabilities, seniors and veterans living in the greater metropolitan area. For more information about the services we provide in Wayne, Oakland and Macomb counties, go to their website at www.comlivserv.com.