w o o d s i d e i n t h e c o m m u n i t y
Our people and our facility are making a difference in the community. Here's how we do it...
working for change
Woodside's DNA is social justice. From the Underground Railroad, to Selma and fair housing, to Black Lives Matter and immigrant children, we've marched, read, written, shared, organized, challenged and invited folks to see a better way. It's sort of a Jesus-thing with us. Here's what we're working on now:
marriage equality ✔
mass incarceration reform
water quality, affordability and access
Plus, we're showing up for better gun laws, income equality and economic justice, racial justice, immigration and refugee justice, interfaith respect, and a demilitarization of law enforcement.
To get involved in any of these, to join a book group or get notified about upcoming events, email and we'll add you to our list.
Interested in a comprehensive approach to what ails us? Consider this platform of a Movement for a Peoples Party...
...living and working together in our shared space...
- Genesee County Hispanic Latino Collaborative: support and care for families, including Spanish-speaking families.
- Flint Democracy Defense League, organizing and agitating for a return to democracy in Flint and an end to the water mess.
recovery & support...
These groups regularly meet at Woodside:
AA: Sundays & Wednesdays, 7:30 pm
("oh, that meeting!" LGBT friendly.)
AA, Thursdays, 7:30, (starting 2/4)
(aka "Flint Central" or "Woodbridge")
Al-Anon, Thursdays, 7:30 (starting 2/4)
Food Addicts Anonymous:
Wednesdays, 10 am;
Thursdays, 7 pm;
2nd Sundays, 3 pm
Voices (disability support group): 3rd Wednesdays, 4:30 pm