& Services

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Creekside Court Community Center

3425 Platt Road, Ann Arbor, MI 48105

The Ride Public Bus Route: #5

P: 734.619.8031 │ F: 888.343.4454

Creekside Court is currently closed.

Creekside Court is a brand new voucher-based housing community funded by the Ann Arbor Housing Commission. Scheduled to open in Winter 2020, this neighborhood will house 32 families. Creekside Court is off of Platt Road, near Mitchell Elementary and Scarlett Middle School, between Packard and Ellsworth.

Because of CAN's success operating community centers in other public housing & low-income neighborhoods, we have been invited to operate the community center within this new community, partnering with residents to build a safe and supportive environment from the very beginning. 

Programs & services will start on a rollout basis with COVID-19 in mind as families move in and get settled.

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Educating Children & Youth

  • Free 6-week Educational Summer Camp designed to prevent summer learning loss

  • Free After School Program that provides homework & reading support, enrichment activities, social-emotional development, meals, and more

  • CAN Art & Design program in which students develop creative skillsets to inquire, design, build, and connect with their broader community


  • School-Family Liaison Services

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Stabilizing Families

  • Holiday gift support (for residents of Creekside Court)

  • Utility shut-off and eviction prevention for Creekside Court residents

  • Referrals to additional Washtenaw County resources

  • Free food is provided to the children & youth attending Creekside Court's After School and Summer Programs

  • Emergency food pantry available when the community center is open for Creekside Court residents

  • Bi-weekly food distributions for Creekside Court residents

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Building Community

  • CAN hosts regular holiday and community parties/events 

  • Relationship-building between teachers, CAN staff, and CAN families

  • Conflict-resolution between community members

  • Partners with Ann Arbor Police Department to promote positive relationships between police and community members​​​ 

Looking for more resources?

Visit CAN's Washtenaw County Resource Guide.