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MPAS Lawsuit Against MDHHS Clears Hurdle

MPAS Lawsuit Against MDHHS Clears Hurdle Motion to Dismiss Denied   Federal District Court Judge Thomas L. Ludington has ruled that a lawsuit filed by Michigan Protection & Advocacy Service, Inc...
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MPAS Welcomes Skadden Fellow, Alexis Bailey

MPAS Welcomes Skadden Fellow, Alexis Bailey Advocating for Michigan Veterans with Disabilities Michigan Protection & Advocacy Service, Inc. (MPAS) is pleased to welcome Alexis Bailey, the...
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CMH Access and Eligibility Clarification

MDHHS recently clarified in writing that when a community mental health service program (CMHSP) receives an initial request for services it must conduct an assessment to determine a person’s level of...

Michigan Protection & Advocacy Service, Inc. Welcomes New Executive Director

Michigan Protection & Advocacy Service, Inc. (MPAS) is pleased to announce the appointment of Michelle Roberts as the new Executive Director. Roberts replaces Elmer L. Cerano, who is retiring....
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Ex-inmate with HIV gets $150K for getting harsher punishment from prison

Posted Nov 14, 2018 By John Agar jagar@mlive.com GRAND RAPIDS, MI - A former inmate with HIV will receive $150,000 after he was given a harsher penalty for alleged sexual activity than a non-infected...

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