Community Outreach & Partnerships

Zero to Thrive aims to maximize cross-sector collaboration, application of research findings, and the voice of the individuals we serve to promote health across generations. Below you'll find a sampling of our collaborations. This is not a comprehensive list.

Community Partners

Zero to Thrive works with many community partners across various disciplines to have a greater impact. Some of the key community partners that Z2T works with include:

Black Mothers' Breastfeeding Association

BMBFA aims to build foundational networks of support, and strengthen systems to overcome historical, societal and social barriers to breastfeeding success.

Brilliant Detroit

Brilliant Detroit is dedicated to building kid success families and neighborhoods where families with children 0-8 have what they need to be school ready, healthy, and stable. 

Development Centers

DC will be the preeminent organization committed to excellence and the recognized leader in Human Services. We will provide a continuum of diversified services based upon community need, resulting in outstanding and ever improving outcomes.

Fraternity of Fathers Group in Traverse City

The FoF group up in Traverse City is run in a collaboration with the Great Starts Collaborative and Generations Ahead. There are currently 6 dads enrolled in the group.

Inter-Tribal Council of Michigan

Advocating for member tribes in the development of programs and policies which will improve the economy, education, and quality of life for Michigan’s Native Americans.

Starfish Family Services

Starfish Family Services and the University of Michigan, are partnering to bring the Fraternity of Fathers program to families in and around Inkster, Michigan. 

The Mom Power Program has been implemented across Michigan and in various states. For a more detailed look at the collaborative efforts bringing Mom Power to communities throughout the U.S., please click the button below: