Network180 is inspiring hope, improving mental health, supporting self-determined lives, and encouraging recovery - every day.
More than 50,000 individuals in Kent County are served annually through network180 and its network of care. If you or someone you care about is struggling with a mental illness, substance use disorder, or is living with a developmental disability, help may only be a few clicks or a phone call away.
This is a directory of Food Banks, Soup Kitchens, and non-profit organizations committed to fighting hunger. The information is collected manually and is accurate to the best of my knowledge.
Keeping this free resource updated is a collaborative effort and will benefit families and individuals in need.
The Rapid (Interurban Transit Partnership) is the authority that provides a variety of public transportation services for the Grand Rapids metro area and beyond. It is organized and operates under Michigan Public Act 196 of 1986.
The Rapid operates fixed route, demand-response services for people with disabilities and those living outside the fixed-route service area, and car and vanpooling programs among other services.
The activities of The Rapid are overseen by a 15-member board of directors that represent the six municipalities in The Rapid service area.
Greater Grand Rapids Area Help and Information Line 1.800.230.4085
Kent County Central Office of AA
Office Phone: 616-913-9216 (M-F 1:00-5:00pm)
4920 Plainfield NE, Suite 19
Grand Rapids, Michigan 49525