Frequently Asked Questions


  • What is Hispanic Service Center?
  • Is Hispanic Service Center a government organization?
  • Does Hispanic Service Center only service Hispanics?


WHAT IS HISPANIC SERVICE CENTER?

Hispanic Service Center (HSC) is a nonprofit organization that serves the low-income community and promotes healthy, stable families and communities. Today, HSC provides assistance to approximately 2,000 people each year. Our programs address the needs of the whole family - from children to seniors.

IS HISPANIC SERVICE CENTER A GOVERNMENT ORGANIZATION?

Hispanic Service Center (HSC) is a non-profit organization that is classified as a 501(c)3. HSC receives funding from MSHDA and Salvation Army, and other organizations for their programs but it is not classified as a government agency.

DOES HISPANIC SERVICE CENTER ONLY SERVE HISPANICS?

Hispanic Service Center (HSC) is a multicultural organization serving any person in need of our services. HSC focuses on serving the Hispanic community, but HSC will serve anyone in need without restriction or distinction of race, ethnicity, religion, gender, sexual orientation, or ability to pay.




Imlay City Hispanic Service Center  •  113 N Almont Ave.  •  Imlay City, Michigan 48444  •  Main: (810) 724-3665 / Fax: (810) -724-7731
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