Year Founded
Local Leader/Exec. Director
Mr. Brent Wirth, President/CEO
Primary Contact Name
Easterseals MORC
Main Address

Easterseals MORC - Auburn Hills
2399 E Walton Blvd.
Aurbun Hills, MI 48326
United States

United States

What We Do

Your premier resource for disability services. Easterseals MORC is a non-profit health and human services organization. We provide a comprehensive array of supportive services to help children and adults with mental illness, physical and developmental disabilities and/or special needs, and their families. We have over 100 years of experience and leadership in the behavioral health field. 

Purpose Statement: Easterseals MORC leads the way to 100% equity, inclusion, and access for people with disabilities, their families, and surrounding communities. 

Our Primary Services include

  • Mental Health Services
  • Autism Spectrum Disorder Services
  • Substance Use Services
  • Long-Term Care Services (for individuals with developmental disabilities)
  • Military and Veterans Services 
  • AgrAbility (for farmers with disabilities or aging conditions)
  • Senior Services (for those eligible for nursing home care)
  • Direct Service Professional Training
  • School-Based Services (we are co-located in more than 30 schools)
  • Miracle League of Michigan
Interesting Info
  • Over 21,000 individuals benefit from Easterseals MORC services annually. We serve people of all ages at nearly 20 locations, throughout the state of Michigan.
  • 96 cents of every dollar donated to Easterseals MORC goes directly to services. Monies raised in Michigan, stay in Michigan.
  • Easterseals MORC has an industry leading training program that educated over 15,000 direct service professionals each year.
Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteer your time to assist with admin related needs!
Repeats daily on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday at 8:30am
Flexible Timing

Miracle League of Michigan
Repeats daily on Sunday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday for 77 times

Miracle League of North Oakland
Repeats daily on Thursday and Saturday for 75 times

Staff member working with child receiving services
young boy with assistive technology
Woman in wheelchair getting into a car
man and woman in green shirts gardening
two young men playing a game
support coordinator with adolescent and parent
school therapist with teen
Senior in a wheelchair with a woman walking behind pushing the wheelchair