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For 57 years and counting, the organization known as Autism Society of America, and its nationwide network of affiliates, has been connecting people in the Autism & Disability communities to the resources they need. With such a rich tradition across the country.  In MICHIGAN the Autism Society of Greater Detroit, is thrilled to be that connection.  But we do not do it alone!

The “All in for Autism” program features community organizations, leaders and advocates for people with ASD talking about how Michigan supports the Autism community. This campaign highlights the incredible work organizations and people are doing in our local communities.

How can you join the ranks of those who proudly say they are “All in for Autism”?

Community Partners who are “ALL IN FOR AUTISM” Support our Vision for Michigan in at least 5 of the above ways.

If you would like more information on how to become a community partner and be recognized as “ALL IN FOR AUTISM,” Contact us:

(517) 220-0306
Po Box 3113
Center Line, MI 48015

All in for Autism Spotlight

Autism Society of Greater Detroit would like to recognize the first city in Michigan to be “ALL IN FOR AUTISM”:


Michael P. Londeau, the 9th Mayor of Westland, is a lifelong supporter of the Autism community.  He is joined by C. Paschal Eze in holding up the importance of support and inclusion for the disability community.

The City of Westland proves it is All In For Autism through:

“ALL IN FOR AUTISM” in Michigan

  • Rosemack Bingo Hall

    • Created an inclusive work environment: Workplace is a safe and welcoming environment 
    • Actively encourages individuals with special needs to apply for openings
    • Supports individuals with special needs during Bingo games
    • Has staff with experience supporting disabilities
    • Advocates for Autism acceptance: Owner & staff spread awareness about Autism and advocate for acceptance and inclusion

  • Knights of Columbus, FATHER KRAMER COUNCIL # 2835

    • Create inclusive events where disabled individuals feel safe and enjoy a welcoming environment 
    • Help meet basic needs in the community by hosting food drops
    • Advocate for Autism acceptance: Local Board and members spread awareness about Autism and advocate for acceptance and inclusion
    • Nationally are partnered with the Special Olympics & provide scholarships for students pursuing a master’s degree designed for teachers of people with intellectual disabilities
    • Support the disability community through national programs like the Coats for Kids & local fundraisers

  • Woman’s Life Chapter 911

    • The Woman’s Life Chapter 911 help local individuals, organizations and other non-profits that have had fires, medical bills, funeral expenses, or 1-time emergency needs. They also run a much need hygiene pantry for individual with Medicaid/Medicare or Bridge cards at 22 & VanDyke in Shelby TWP. #WL911

  • UAW, Local # 375

    • Host an Autism Acceptance Day in their employment building
    • Create an inclusive work environment where disabled individuals feel safe and supported 
    • Donate to the Autism Society and other ASD Non-profits
    • Support the disability community through  fundraisers
    • Have a nondiscrimination policy

  • Women of Warren

    • Provide volunteers for ASGD events & programs
    • Purpose is to empower, support & promote understanding and inclusion 
    • Provide a welcoming and safe space for all; this inclusive group welcomes everyone
      with respect and dignity​
    • Donate to the Autism Society & sponsor a bed at the youth-led Therapeutic Garden project
    • Support the community through their yearly Toy Drive to provide Christmas gifts to local families in need




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Autism Society of Greater Detroit is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit charity and our tax ID is 88-1145107