Imlay City Hispanic Service Center can connect Lapeer County residents to programs that may be able to provide assistance (many of which are income-based).  If the client needs an interpreter for his or her appointment and gives advance notice by following the procedure to schedule an interpreter, Imlay HSC may be able to send someone that can interpret for the client´s appointment.  This is not guaranteed and is based on scheduling and demand. 

Imlay HSC staff and volunteers provide information as well as help eligible clients fill out paperwork and/or register for programs that provide assistance including:


  • Pantry referrals
  • Food stamps and TANF
  • Working with the Department of Human Services (DHS)
  • Healthy eating resources


  • Medicaid/Medicare assistance
  • Healthcare system navigation assistance
  • Physician look-up
  • Income-based facilities
  • Advocacy
  • Chronic and catastrophic health problems impacting uninsured households

HSC works with Michigan Medicare/Medicaid Assistance Program MMAP to help individuals and families with eligibility questions and problems related to Medicare and Medicaid including prescription drug coverage under Medicare Part D, managed care, long-term care planning, health insurance and other health care issues.

Hispanic Service Center also refers clients to various health care service providers and income-based clinics in Lapeer County depending on the client's needs.


  • Assistance navigating divorce, child custody, and child support issues
  • Child Protective Services concerns
  • Paperwork and vital records
  • Assistance with victims of crime and interactions with law enforcement
  • Emergency shut-off assistance
  • Paperwork and vital records


  • Wage and hour labor concerns
  • Employ-ability assistance
  • Civil rights concerns

Mental Health

  • Sexual assault victim support services
  • Mental health support groups and service referrals