|Child & Family Services of the Upper Peninsula is a
private, non-profit, non-sectarian agency that has
been serving Michigan's Upper Peninsula for 90 years.
Our agency aims to:
Strengthen children and families by providing
high-quality programs throughout Michigan's Upper
Provide programs that preserve the dignity and
enhance the well-being of families and their
individual members, which are provided in a caring,
compassionate and professional manner.
Nurture and empower children and families
for a brighter future.
|706 Chippewa Square, Suite 200
Marquette, MI 49855
Phone: (906) 228-4050
Fax: (906) 228-2153
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Enrollment forms for 2017-2018
Before and After School Program
Enrollment forms for
Summer Program 2017
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If you'd like to make a
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wonderful programs that CFS
has to offer, click the Donate
|You can enroll at any
time throughout the
|Click on this link to view our page about "Operation Good Cheer" and other Holiday giving.
There are several links on the page giving you the opportunity to find out more information
on the program and also to view pictures from the most recent gift drop off!!
| Offices Spaces available:
All Spaces are located at 706 Chippewa Square in Marquette
• Suite 204 (square footage 274) Monthly rent is $ 300.00
• Suite 208 (square footage 581) Monthly rent is $ 630.00
• Suite 209 (square footage 613) Monthly rent is $ 664.00
12 month Lease/ Security Deposit (equal to first month rent)
Rent includes: water/sewer, electric, gas,
garbage and parking lot plowing.
For more information or to schedule a walk through, please contact
Candace at 906-228-4050 ext. 111 or email@example.com.
|If you or anyone you know is in need of a hot meal, please check out the
2017 Community Meal Calendar.
Programs that organize periodic suppers, lunches or other get-togethers that give community residents an opportunity to meet
one another in a friendly and informal atmosphere while sharing a free meal. Community meals are generally sponsored by
churches, libraries and other local community organizations and coordinated by volunteers.
|DID YOU KNOW???
In Michigan, there are nearly 13,000 children
in foster care and 300 children who still need
an adoptive family. We need your help to
provide a safe, nurturing home for these
children until they can be returned to their
families. When children cannot be returned to
their homes, foster parents are often asked to
provide permanent homes.
To become a Foster Parent, click here to follow the five steps you
need to take.