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The Fair Housing Center of West Michigan works to eliminate practices of housing discrimination and to promote diverse, open communities through education and advocacy. Fair Housing Center recognizes the importance of "home" as a component of the American dream and envisions our community free from housing discrimination where equal housing opportunity, access, and choice are enjoyed by all. Learn more at FHC WM dot org
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The Anxiety Resource Center Inc. or A-R-C was established in 2005 to create a physical place where people could come together and find SUPPORT, HOPE and INSPIRATION.
If you or someone you know is affected by an anxiety disorder, information can be found at anxiety resource center dot org for support groups, outings and other resources
or visit the center located at 312 Grandville Avenue on Wednesdays between 4pm and 9pm.