Livingston County Catholic Charities – opened its doors in 1985 with the help of the Livingston County Catholic parishes. LCCC has been nationally accredited since 1997, and provides professional, confidential services to county residents regardless of religious preference, national origin, sex, age, disability or financial circumstances.
Funding & Rights
LCCC receives funding from the Washtenaw Community Health Organization – Substance Abuse Coordinating Agency; Diocese of Lansing; County of Livingston; The Federal Older Americans Act; Michigan Department of Corrections; State and Tobacco funds from the Area Agency on Aging 1-B through the Office of Services to the Aged.
The agency is in compliance with: The Federal Civil Rights Act of 1964; The Elliott Larsen Civil Rights Act (P.A. 453 of 1976); The Michigan Handicappers Civil Rights Act (P.A. 220 of 1976); and Section 504 of The Federal Rehabilitation Act of 1973. Equal Opportunity employer. Reasonable accommodation will be provided upon notification or request.
The information contained on this web site is the sole property of LCCC. Any dissemination, distribution or copying of the information from this site is strictly prohibited unless there is written permission by the Executive Director at LCCC.
Recipients of services have rights protected by the state and federal laws and promulgated rules. You may request a brochure outlining these rights. Upon engaging in services, a Know Your Rights brochure will be given to you as part of your orientation. For information or assistance, contact: Suzi Snyder at 517-546-9910 or Recipients Rights Coordinator, Michigan Department of Community Health, Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services, Bureau of Substance Abuse, 320 South Walnut St., 5th Floor, Lansing, MI 48913