DETROIT – Sen. Adam Hollier (D-Detroit) said on Wednesday he got more than $ 4 million in Michigan’s 2022 budget for several Detroit organizations.
- $ 1.5 million for Goodwill Industries’ Flip the Script program in Detroit.
- $ 1 million for Focus: HOPE, a Detroit-based nonprofit dedicated to fighting racism and poverty through education and training services for minority residents.
- $ 1 million for the Michigan Minority Supplier Development Council.
- $ 750,000 for the Motown Museum in Detroit.
- $ 500,000 for the Invest Detroit loan financing program.
- $ 250,000 for the JROTC program in the Detroit Public School Community District (DPSCD).
- $ 150,000 for the Wayne State University National De-Escalation Training Center.
“We are delighted that our state government leaders have accepted $ 1.5 million in credit to support Goodwill Detroit’s Flip the Script program, which is one of the most successful alternative rehab and sentencing efforts. success stories, ”said Daniel Varner. the president and chief executive officer of Goodwill Industries of Greater Detroit. “Programs like Flip take people away from Michigan’s corrections system and toward positive contributions to family and society.”