Hope for Michigan Families

Holy Cross Services

Providing a Full Network of Mental Health, Substance Abuse, Homeless and Children’s Services.


Holy Cross Services mission is to bring hope, promote change, and help people live free, healthy and productive lives.


Our vision is to work collaboratively with our clients, their families, communities, and our stakeholders, to create strength-based, life changing solutions, that positively impact the well-being of future generations.


Holy Cross Services helps the traumatized across Michigan….abused and neglected children, youth and adults who suffer from addiction and mental health issues, and homeless children, adults and veterans

Holy Cross Services is a human service agency whose mission is to bring hope, promote change, and help people live free, healthy and productive lives. Holy Cross has three main service areas: Children’s Services (Residential and Community-based Foster Care, Independent Living Plus, Independent Living, Juvenile Justice Transition, Young Adult Voluntary Foster Care plus onsite Michael J. McGivney School Elementary to 12th grade), Behavioral Health Services (Residential and Outpatient Substance Use and Mental Health Disorders), plus Homeless Services and Shelter.

Founded in 1948, Holy Cross touches the lives of approximately 1,500 people every day who are abused, neglected, traumatized, and/or who suffer from addiction and mental health issues across Michigan, plus over 6,000 homeless veterans, children and adults in Lansing, Michigan. HCS is one of the largest private, 501c3 non-profit organizations in Michigan.

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Justice:  We bring hope to the needy and most vulnerable, providing opportunity and quality service to all regardless of age, gender, life-style, cultural or ethnic background, religious beliefs, social or economic status.

Advocacy: We promote change at local, state, and national levels on behalf of children and families, and for the allocation of adequate resources to meet their basic physical, mental, emotional, spiritual and social needs.

Dignity: We respect the inherent dignity and worth of every person, recognizing people’s social relationships to one another and the central role of the family in human life and in society.

Excellence: We are committed to developing a community of dedicated professionals and to recognizing excellence and innovation in our delivery of client-centered services.

Service: We help people live free, healthy and productive lives by bringing together people who recognize that every interaction is a unique opportunity to serve each other, the community and society, as an expression of our identity.


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