Resources for Families

MEET UP and EAT UP - 2024 Summer Food Service Program

Free meals will be made available to children 18 years of age and under or persons up to age 26 who are enrolled in an educational program for the mentally or physically disabled recognized by a State or local public educational agency. For more information, visit or email

MEET UP and EAT UP Flyer

Caregiver classes & support groups - Henry Ford Health

C.A.R.E. Program Flyer

Prepare to Care - A program for family caregivers - Henry Ford Health

Prepare to Care Flyer

Forgotten Harvest

Forgotten Harvest Updated Flyer

Gleaners Community Food Bank:

Gleaners is hosting free food distributions in your area. Anyone in need of food can attend–no appointment is necessary. **Reminder: While they do their best to keep the mobile food distributions up and running, weather delays and cancellations may occur. Before heading out to a distribution, please check their social media channels and Pantrynet website for distribution information

Out of an abundance of caution for the safety of their guests, volunteers and their Community Mobiles are drive-thru only.

  1. Each household will receive 30 pounds of groceries - Items like milk, produce, lean protein and other shelf-stable foods are typically provided.
  2. Drive-up or walk-up - Stay in your vehicle, and groceries will be placed into your trunk. Walk-up guests or those without a trunk will be provided food from a self-service table.
  3. No appointment needed - You do not need to bring proof of eligibility to receive food.

If you are in urgent need of food, please call 2-1-1, and an operator will connect you to emergency food assistance in your area. If you are unable to reach Michigan 2-1-1 by dialing directly, call the statewide toll-free number: 1-844-875-9211

Special Education Services:

Please visit our Student Services webpage for more information about our Special Education Services

Redford Union Special Education Manual

Child Find

Wayne RESA's Map of Resources and Services for Individuals and Families:
Wayne RESA is happy to announce its newly developed interactive map of resources and services for individuals and families. The goal of this map is to provide families and community members with a convenient way to access a wide range of community assistance throughout the Wayne County region.

The map is user-friendly and accessible on various devices: computers, laptops, phones, and tablets. To access, click this link: Family and Community.

MiCares Program & Navigate360:

Letter to Parents/Guardians 11/1/23
Suite360 Families - Flyer 11/1/23

Click on link:
See the following instructions: MiCares for Families - Login instructions

District Contact

Jessica Miller
Coordinator of Social-Emotional Learning & Student Wellness
Phone: (313) 242-6004

Kellie Rakowski
Beech & Hilbert Attendance Liaison, McKinney-Vento & Foster Care
Phone: (313) 242-3821



Detroit Wayne Integrated Health Network
(800) 241-4949

Forgotten Harvest
(248) 967-1500

Gleaners Community Food Bank
866-GLEANER (453-2637)

Redford Charter Township
(313) 387-2700

Redford Interfaith Relief
(313) 387-98802

Redford Township District Library
(313) 531-5960

United Way for Southeastern Michigan
(313) 226-9200

  • United Way 2-1-1 / Toll-Free (outside Detroit) - (800) 552-1183: 2-1-1
    (United Way supports 211, the 24/7 go-to resource that helps people across the U.S. and Canada find the local resources they need.)