Disability Law Group’s goal with our podcast ‘Disability Lawyers for the Community’ is to connect community organizations that provide life-changing resources and support to people who need it most, particularly vulnerable populations like the disabled and those at-risk. In this way, we hope to spread awareness and education about important issues we face and promote a sense of community.
Podcast Episode 6: Disability Lawyers for the Community
About Turning Point Macomb: Turning Point empowers survivors of domestic and sexual violence through comprehensive services and resources while advocating for community action to end oppression and violence. Our vision is a just and equitable society free of domestic and sexual violence. In this episode, we are joined by Bailey Been-Albrecht from Turning Point.
Podcast Episode 5: Disability Lawyers for the Community
About the Michigan Covenant House: Covenant House Michigan provides youth facing homelessness with shelter, educational and vocational programs. Building a bridge to hope for young people facing homelessness and survivors of trafficking through unconditional love, absolute respect, and relentless support. Their doors are open 24/7 and programs are designed to empower young people to rise and overcome adversity, today, and in the future. In this episode, we are joined by Ida Benson, Director of Development and Communications of the Michigan Covenant House.
Podcast Episode 4: Dr. Hasti Raveau, Owner & Director of Mala Child & Family Institute
About Mala Child & Family Institute: Dr. Raveau founded Mala Child & Family Institute to help promote and provide mental health wellness with a focus on preventative care. Here, the community can find an array of resources including play therapy, psychotherapy, family therapy and parent consult, assessments and diagnostic evaluations, school observation and consultations, and group therapy, as well as workshops and training.
Podcast Episode 3: Zainab Baydoun, founder of EmpowerMe Project
About EmpowerME Project: A women led, nonprofit educational and legal aid organization focused on assisting and empowering marginalized women and domestic violence victims to alleviate the legal barriers that may be hindering their paths to gaining independence.
Podcast Episode 2: Monica Boomer, Zaman
About Zaman International: To facilitate change and advance the lives of marginalized women and children, by enabling them to meet essential needs common to all humankind.
Podcast Episode 1: Joseph Tasse, CEO of Southwest Solutions
About Southwest Solutions: The mission of Southwest Solutions is to enhance the quality of life, success and self sufficiency of individuals and families in Detroit.