Judson Center

Get to know this nonprofit human service agency offering a range of services at five convenient locations in southeast Michigan, featured at the 2021 Living With Autism Workshop.

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Location:
30301 Northwestern Highway, Suite 100
Farmington Hills, Michigan
Phone: 248-549-4339
Website: judsoncenter.org

Highlights

  • Applied behavioral analysis (ABA)
  • Counseling
  • Summer programs
  • Social skills groups
  • Family support services
  • Serving ages 18 months to teens
  • Locations in Ann Arbor, Farmington Hills, Flint, Royal Oak and Warren

About Judson Center

Judson Center is a nonprofit human service agency that provides compassionate, comprehensive services to children and families throughout southeast Michigan. Since opening our doors as the Detroit Baptist Children’s Home in 1924, we have grown to provide services to more than 12,000 children, adults and families each year.

The agency has evolved into a comprehensive, multi-faceted, community-based human service center — one that has been nationally recognized for fostering independence through innovative programs, and for empowering children of all ages and their families to live the best lives possible. We have been changing fates and restoring childhoods for children who have been abused and neglected, and others who are challenged by developmental disabilities, severe emotional impairments and autism spectrum disorder.

Judson Center has remained responsive to these and other community needs by providing a range of innovative and quality services. We are a resource for healing and a leader in human services that delivers brighter futures for those we are privileged to serve.

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