Bryant

Programs & Services

Bryant Community Center

3 W. Eden Court, Ann Arbor, MI 48108

The Ride Public Bus Route: #66, #5, #6

P: 734.477.0292 │ F: 888.343.4454

Monday-Thursday: 10am-3pm / Friday: 10am-2pm

Bryant is a mixed-income neighborhood with 260+ households, 75% of which are considered low-income. 

 

The Bryant Community Center is operated by Community Action Network. Its programs for children & youth are for the families who live in the Bryant community, but its food distributions and emergency food pantry are open to all residents who are low-income in Washtenaw County.

Educating Children & Youth
**for Bryant Community Members**

  • After-school programs that provide homework & reading support, enrichment activities, social-emotional development, snack/dinner, and more
     

  • Educational summer camps for elementary-aged campers 
     

  • A2 Expeditions, a summer program for middle school students in which they learn how to independently navigate the public bus system 
     

  • YouthWorks, a summer work and college-readiness program for high school students
     

  • School-Family Liaison Services

Stabilizing Families
**for Washtenaw County residents**

  • Weekly food distributions

  • Emergency food pantry

  • Referrals to additional Washtenaw County resources

 

Interested in collecting food at Bryant Community Center?

 

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, food distributions and pantry are open and available Monday-Thursday from 10am-3pm and Friday from 10am-2pm. Restocking occurs on Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday mornings.

Bryant is also an AAPS School Lunch distribution site. Lunches are ready for pickup on Mondays and Thursdays after 11am.

Holiday Hours:

  • Open November 23 & 24. Closed November 25-29.

  • Open through December 24. Closed December 25-January 3.

 

Questions? Call the Bryant Community Center at (734) 477-0292 for more information.

Building Community
**for Bryant Community Members**

  • Elected Resident Council

  • Holiday and community parties/events 

  • Neighborhood clean-up initiatives

  • Community garden

  • Transportation to vote, to school, etc.

Looking for more resources?
 

Visit the Washtenaw County Resource Guide to find what you need.

Programs & Services

Program Registration

Additional Websites

CAN Washtenaw

Community Action Network website

CAN Academy

Online training & resources for CAN staff, interns, and volunteers

CAN Mission Statement

Community Action Network partners with children, youth, and families from under-resourced Washtenaw County neighborhoods to create better futures for themselves, and improve the communities in which they live.

Community Action Network | P.O. Box 130076, Ann Arbor, MI 48113
 

(734) 994-2985 |        (888) 343-4454 |        info@CANwashtenaw.org

Tax ID Number: 38-2792610