The Transition Program strives to prepare adult learners to become independent contributing citizens who are active participants in their communities.

Adult learners will develop the skills needed to become independent by focusing on social and communication skills, self advocacy skills, along with practical living skills and employability skills.


Melynda Penny: (248)956-5045 

Attendance Line Tier I: (248)956-5047

Randy Rouke: (248)956-5115

Attendance Line Tier II: (248)956-5115


Sandy Jenkin: (248)956-5087

Attendance Line Tier III:(248)956-5037



Please note change in time...

5:30 P.M. - 7 P.M.

Meet us in the Community Education Center cafeteria. Enter the building through the "C" door.  Our meeting will begin promptly at 5:30.  Thank you.

Getting My Own Address

 support group

The topic covered each month is based on the needs and requests of the group participants. Informative speakers will discuss funding, supports, estate planning, legal issues, roommates and more. Participants may ask questions, collaborate on creative solutions to challenges, meet other individuals and families, share resources, find potential roommates and offer mutual support.

All persons with disabilities, family members and supporting professionals are welcome to attend support group meetings. Reservations are not necessary.

If you have any questions, or need further information, please contact Linda Ronan Brown, Housing Resource consultant, at 248-269-1346 or email Linda Brown at lbrown@chninc.net .

TROY meeting

Third Tuesday of each month, 6-8 p.m.

Community Housing Network
570 Kirts Blvd., Suite 231
Troy, MI 48084


            We strengthen communities by connecting people       to housing opportunities.



The Social Security Administration introduced the expansion of online services for residents of Michigan available through its my Social Security portal at www.socialsecurity.gov/myaccount. Carolyn W. Colvin, Acting Commissioner of Social Security, announced that residents of Michigan can use the portal for many replacement Social Security number (SSN) card requests. This will allow people to replace their SSN card from the comfort of their home or office, without the need to travel to a Social Security office.


“I’m thrilled about this newest online feature to the agency’s my Social Security portal and the added convenience we are providing residents of Michigan,” Acting Commissioner Colvin said. “We continue to provide world-class customer service to the public by making it safe, fast and easy for people to do business with us online and have a positive government experience. I look forward to expanding this service option across the country.”


The agency plans to conduct a gradual roll out of this service; Michigan is one of four states, plus the District of Columbia, where this option is initially available. Throughout 2016, the agency will continue to expand the service option to other states and plans to offer this to half of the nation’s population by the end of the year. This service will mean shorter wait times for the public in the more than 1,200 Social Security offices across the country and allows staff more time to work with customers who have extensive service needs.


U.S. citizens age 18 or older and who are residents of Michigan can obtain a replacement SSN card online by creating a my Social Security account. In addition, they must have a U.S. domestic mailing address, not require a change to their record (such as a name change), and have a valid driver’s license, or state identification card in some participating states.


my Social Security is a secure online hub for doing business with Social Security, and more than 22 million people have created an account. In addition to Michigan residents replacing their SSN card through the portal, current Social Security beneficiaries can manage their account—change an address, adjust direct deposit, obtain a benefit verification letter, or request a replacement SSA-1099. Medicare beneficiaries can request a replacement Medicare card without waiting for a replacement form in the mail. Account holders still in the workforce can verify their earnings and obtain estimates of future benefits.


For more information about this new online service, visit www.socialsecurity.gov/ssnumber .

Walled Lake Consolidated Schools Post-Secondary Transition Program
615 North Pontiac Trail
Walled Lake, MI 48390

Special Services   (248) 956-2160 
850 Ladd Road, Building D, Walled Lake, MI 48390


7:00 A.M. - 2:00 P.M.


Team Members work both in-house and out in the community. They may prepare and or serve food both within the program and while participating in work-based learning.  A TB test is required. The following are suggested sites offering TB tests. Prices are subject to change. Please call ahead and confirm. 

Oakland County Health Department:

Tuberculosis (TB) screening, treatment, and counseling services are provided. There is a $3.00 charge for TB screening tests (in addition to the $5 clinic visit fee). 

TB skin tests are done on the following days:

Monday:   12:00 noon – 8:00 p.m.
Tuesday & Wednesday:  8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Thursday:  No Testing
Friday:  2:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.

No TB tests are given on Fridays before Monday holidays. Chest X-rays are done only by referral after talking with a nurse.

For more information, please call:

  • 248-858-1302 (in Pontiac)
  • 248-424-7075 (in Southfield)

CVS Minute Clinic

Personal Physician

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Please contact Laura at 248.336.9410 or laura@mavbldgsys.com with questions or to register your foursome.



Your library card is the smartest card in your wallet.
Please join us for National Library Card Sign-Up Month
this September. If you don’t have a library card, visit the
Library to register today. Copies of the library card
application are available here. Introduce your Wixom
friends and neighbors to the Library and show them all
 the benefits of a library card. Anyone who gets a library
card or refers someone to get a card will be entered
into a drawing for a prize basket. Your library card opens
up a wealth resources!

The Library is pleased to announce that we now
offer mobile hotspots to check-out! The hotspots provide wireless Internet access at home or on-the-go wherever there is a Sprint signal and
can connect up to 10 devices. The hotspot
creates wireless network so patrons can connect
any Wi-Fi enabled mobile device, laptop, printer, digital camera or gaming device. The hotspots
are available to Wixom Library cardholders who
are over 18 and can be borrowed for either 3 or
7 days with no renewals or holds. Check out a hotspot at the Check-Out Desk!

Wednesday, October 5 at 6:30 p.m.
Learn lifestyle modifications that lead to a healthy metabolism for a vigorous mind and body with
certified Lifestyle and Weight Management
Specialist Leesa Hansknecht. Registration

DYI Craft Nights at the Wixom Library.

Call ahead and register for any of the above events. Check the library website for more fun things to do throughout the summer! Phone: 248-624-2512

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