College for Creative Studies -https://ccsclasses.com/collections/parc

Phone: 313-664-7456             Email: pcs@collegeforcreativestudies.edu


College for Creative Studies (CCS) brought its world-renowned curriculum to PARC- Plymouth Arts & Recreation Complex. Due to a generous grant from the Margaret Dunning Foundation to start a program designed for teens and provide hands-on learning in the fields of automotive design, communication design, and product design, CCS now has 3 classrooms located on the 3rd floor of PARC. In addition, the grant will allow CCS to offer several Continuing Education Classes for both youth and adults

Courageous Kidscourageouskidsmi.org

Phone: (248) 617-3915             Email: info@courageouskidsmi.org


Courageous Kids is a local nonprofit working to inspire hope and help kids cope with life-threatening medical conditions.  We do this by planning fun and exciting events every month - totally free to our families!  These events serve as positive anticipation, a distraction from medical conditions, family bonding time outside of the hospital, and emotional support and an opportunity to meet other families just like their own.

Friends of the Rouge –  therouge.org

Phone: 313-792-9900            Email: friends@therouge.org


Located in the Library, Friends of the Rouge (FOTR) is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization that was founded in 1986 to raise awareness about the need to clean up the Rouge River in southeast Michigan. Their mission is to restore, protect, and enhance the Rouge River watershed through stewardship, education, and collaboration. Visit their website for more information.

Steppingstone School - steppingstoneschool.org 

School, K-8 gifted

Phone: (248) 957-8200           Email: info@steppingstoneschool.org


Steppingstone School, a Young-K through Gr-8, private, 501.c.3 nonprofit, Independent and accredited day school for gifted students was founded in 1981 in Plymouth, MI. It currently boasts a “Small but Mighty” Student Body with a fully enriched Curriculum! Rapid learning at about three (3) times the average pace makes it possible for instruction to be challenging and often accelerated, regardless of age or grade. In addition, it is the home of the SMART Ctr, an adjunct program for Electron Spin Resonance Laboratory Science Research for Middle School gifted, High School, and Undergraduate students.

Spectrum Behavioral Consulting - spectrumbehavioralconsulting.com

Phone: 734-335-0672         Email: megancox@spectrumbehavioralconsulting.com


Located in 206B, Megan Cox, the owner of Spectrum Behavior Consulting is a Board-Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) and Nationally Certified School Psychologist who works with children, adolescents, and young adults who have social, behavioral, and learning challenges. Some have a diagnosis and some do not, but all have a unique way of interacting in the world. She helps children develop social and behavioral skills and partners with parents and teachers to generalize these skills from home to school.

Rotary Club of Plymouth A.M. - portal.clubrunner.ca/648


Rotary Club of Plymouth A.M. meets in room 112 @ PARC on Tuesdays at 7:00 am. Their mission is to positively impact the local and international communities by recruiting, retaining, and mobilizing a high-caliber volunteer force that amply and energetically gives its collective time, treasure and talent.