The Manistique Community Treehouse Center in Detroit is a nonprofit organization that works to promote diversity. It also assists youth and the community at large promote mental and physical well-being through a better understanding of life, the environment, and culture. The organization is working to build a 400-square-foot, wheelchair accessible treehouse — powered by solar energy — that will be used for occupational therapy, education, and special programming for children and teens. The Manistique Community Treehouse Center welcomes organizations and community groups who are interested in teaching children about culture, the environment, the arts, business, integrity, healthy eating, greening and growing, as well as any issue of well-being. Tammy Black, creator of the treehouse project, has opened her house and welcomes area youth to a safe space to play, eat, and talk about issues or just daily life. It is also open for adults, veterans, and families across the region.