• Monroe County Opportunity Program
    In alignment with the State of Emergency to contain
    COVID-19, MCOP's office is closed, however, our staff
    is still assisting people by appointment only.
    We will continue to provide services
    through telephone, email and fax.
    Please call MCOP for help:
    (734) 241-2775
  • Annual Report
  • The Opportunity Center
    The Opportunity Center
    Learn about our programs and services.
MCOP Home Care Services

Home Care Services

Our Home Care Department assists Monroe County seniors and disabled residents with daily tasks and professional respite care.

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MCOP Foreclosure Prevention Counseling

Foreclosure Counseling

MCOP's Foreclosure Prevention Counseling assists people who are either at risk or in the process of losing their home to foreclosure.

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MCOP Vetrans Assistance Program

Veteran's Assistance

Our Veteran's Assistance Program provides housing assistance to low income, Monroe County Veterans who are in need.

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Monroe County Opportunity Program

From transportation to supplemental food, from providing a home, saving a home, or offering in-home services, MCOP is there to reduce the effects of poverty, improve the quality of life, and promote self-sufficiency through community action.

In the end, the backbone of the community action movement is the safety net we create to deal with local issues. It is the mobilization of community partners and volunteers to help people in need around us.

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Monroe County Opportunity Program

Monroe County Opportunity Program (MCOP) is a private, 501-C3 non-profit corporation created in 1965 under the Economic Opportunity Act in response to former-president Lyndon B. Johnson declaring a “War on Poverty.” As a result, Community Action Agencies were formed. The Community Action network spans across the United States, including 30 in the State of Michigan alone.

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Monroe County Opportunity Program

MCOP provides services to low-income individuals and families in Monroe County. We are able to meet the needs of our low-income community by administering millions of dollars of federal, state, local, and private funds to achieve our mission to reduce poverty, improve the quality of life, and promote self-sufficiency through community action. Our Vision is Helping People, Changing Lives.

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