Caring Homes for the Developmentally Disabled.

Welcome to Family Living Center, Inc.  Our Mission is to provide for and represent the interests of, developmentally disabled residents in Oakland County Michigan. We care for those who need full time home care,  twenty four (24) hours a day, under the supervision and/or assistance of our qualified, trained support staff. We endeavor to prepare the individual for the least restrictive, most desired living situation to meet his/her independence and well-being needs with dignity and respect. 

Meet our Homes.


Mgr. rose ndasi

4778 Quarton Rd. Bloomfield, MI 48302


Dawn Lane

mgr. LeAnna Peterson-Galloway

asst. mgr. Patricia Odige

4112 Dawn Ln. West Bloomfield, MI 48323



mgr. Keke Waugh

1863 Flemington Dr. Troy, MI 48098


MGR. takeisha eatman

asst. mgr. Bridgette Thomas

6580 Livernois Rd. Troy, MI 48098



mgr. Helen Parker

2740 Winkleman Dr. Waterford, MI 48329



MGR. lamont jackson

815 Ludlow Ave. Rochester, MI 48307


Woodrow Wilson

MGR. Tiffany Schaeffer

2300 Woodrow Wilson #4 West Bloomfield, MI 48324-1708


Mgr. Oscar Duru

19331 Rainbow Dr. Lathrup Village MI

Who we are.


Family Living Center (FLC) was incorporated in 1979 by Mabel Higgs and our organization has been assisting adult individuals with developmental disabilities in Oakland County, since that time.

Family Living Center (FLC) presently operates 7 (seven) group home facilities and one Supported Independence Program (SIP; semi-independent residential setting for individuals with developmental disabilities). Each located across Oakland County, in Bloomfield Hills, Lathrup Village, Rochester, Troy, Waterford and West Bloomfield.

Family Living Center (FLC) currently serves 37 residents among the homes and SIP.  Our staff includes 49 (forty-nine) qualified, trained Direct Care Workers and Home Managers, many of whom have been employed at Family Living Center over twenty-five(25) years. 

Each Direct Care Worker and Home Managers are fully trained as required by the State of Michigan and Macomb Oakland Regional Center.  Each employee goes through a thorough check of references, finger prints and back ground checks.  Once hired, each employee will have CPR and First Aid training, physicals and TB tests/shots as required.

Family Living Center (FLC) is a non-profit agency, we contract with Oakland Community Health Network (OCHN) and receive funding from  other local community mental health boards and their affiliates and the  Michigan Department of Community Mental Health.  We also receive supports such as nursing, training, social work and psychology through Macomb Oakland Regional Center, Inc.

Family Living Center (FLC) works in association with numerous agencies, local and intermediate school districts, Michigan Assisted Living Association and many others.



Family Living Center is an Equal Opportunity Employer with a diverse workforce.  We seek individuals  who are caring, considerate, understanding and passionate about providing the very best care to persons with developmental disabilities.

If you are interested in becoming a part of the Family Living Center family, simply stop in the Family Living Center main office to fill out an application.  We are located at 132 Franklin Blvd, Suite 101, Pontiac Michigan.  We are on the first floor of the Pontiac Housing Commission building.   You must have a valid- current driver’s license, reliable transportation and be 18 years of age or older.

You will be required to submit to a background check and to be fingerprinted.   You must be current on your TB (tuberculosis) shot, bringing in proof from your physician, or scheduling to have a shot performed with your physician within 12 days of being hired, and results sent to our office.

Our office hours are 9:00 AM until 5:00 PM.


Family Living Center is a 501 (3c) Non-Profit Organization.  Fundraising is an important part of our foundation.

We primarily fundraise to support two initiatives:

  • Those clients who wish to attend summer camp
  • Scholarship funds for employees who are pursuing college degrees.

If you wish to make a charitable donation to either of these endeavors, please call our office at 248-334-5330 and a staff member will assist you, or donate by clicking the button below.