Grosse Pointe Park-based Wolverine Human Services helps more than 500 disadvantaged children in eight locations across southeast and mid-Michigan. WHS is the largest child welfare agency in the state of Michigan and has been treating children and families since 1987. It offers foster care and adoption, independent and family living, child support services, and general residential care. The nonprofit has started the Emergency Family Fund to assist foster parents with groceries and medical expenses during the COVID-19 pandemic and also has implemented new safety measures to prevent the spread. All individuals are being screened before they enter the facilities, and WHS personnel and staff are required to wear face masks and frequently wash their hands. The janitorial staff are sanitizing the tables, chairs, and doorknobs as part of their regular cleanings and maintenance in order to provide the safest possible environment for program members. The organization is currently exploring alternatives – phone calls and video conferences – to support those who cannot leave their homes. To continue offering these services to their clients, WHS requests donations of funds, face masks, gloves, hand sanitizer, books, games, and art supplies.