Serving the Saginaw Bay Area since 1984
Caring people doing caring work
Now hiring Direct Support Professionals
For professional, medical, legal and government settings
For professional, medical, legal, government and more settings
Learn American Sign Language. Classes are starting soon.
Help with errands, groceries, and buying household supplies
Help with laundry, light housekeeping, and other daily activities
Help with caring for your loved ones in their own homes
Mobility assistance, transferring, walking, wheelchair, and safety supervision
We help with creating monthly budgets, setting short and long-term financial goals, and with tracking expenditures and results
We can help with preparing, completing and submitting various many required filings with various agencies and programs
We offer free preparation of tax returns to federal, state and local filings
We have supported individuals with disabilities, deaf, deafblind, hard of hearing, and speakers of other languages since 1984.
VOICE, Inc. is a non profit organization dedicated to promoting the general welfare of people with disabilities, Deaf, and Hard of Hearing and increasing their presence, participation and inclusion in the community.Our programs and services benefit and connect all members of the community. By focusing on potential and not limitations, we help each client live a fulfilling life that is rich with opportunities. We encourage you to explore our services and discover what ways VOICE can benefit you!
We support individuals to make independent choices through communication, inclusion and advocacy.
We promote communities where everyone can live, work, and play in a welcoming environment that values diversity and accessibility.
Inclusion – We embrace diverse lived experiences and protect everyone’s right to belongPriority – We put first those we serveConsistency – We communicate to reduce uncertainty and promote trustTraining – We develop qualified people
In 1984, Dr. Bert Bell, Director of Special Education for Saginaw Public Schools was approached by several freelance American Sign Language Interpreters with an idea to form a non-profit agency dedicated to providing much-needed American Sign Language services for students and adults within Michigan. VOICE, Inc. was granted Federal non-profit status on June 4, 1984 and opened a small office with 2 employees.
Through decades of commitment and hard work, in the early 2000s, VOICE, Inc. expanded from providing American Sign Language interpreters to deaf and hard of hearing individuals to offering Community Living Services and Supported Employment. Because of our quality of services and the need for additional resources VOICE, Inc. added Spoken Language Interpreting and Representative Payee Services. Our primary focus will always be to enrich the lives of those we support.