The Holley Institute
Working in conjunction with St. John Hospital & Medical Center: Detroit
The Holley Institute is a non-profit organization that provides life-enhancing programs for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing. Founded in 1993, the Institute is a consortium of medical and non-medical professionals, as well as volunteers including: doctors, teachers, religious leaders and support technicians. The Holley Institute shares a close relationship with St. John Hospital and Medical Center in Detroit, Michigan
The mission of The Holley Institute is to assist the Deaf and Hard of Hearing and provide services and programs aimed at improving their quality of life. This mission is carried out by both medical professionals and committed volunteers.
Many of The Holley Institute's innovative programs take place at the Holley Family Village in Brooklyn, Michigan. Located on Vineyard Lake in the Irish Hills, the Village offers educational and recreational summer programs for Deaf families, hearing families with Deaf children, Deaf/Blind adults and teens, Deaf seniors and Hard of Hearing and late-deafened adults.
More specifically, The Holley Institute is committed to the following objectives:
Educating the local and hospital communities about the world of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing in order to raise consciousness of the handicaps they must face on a daily basis in the hearing world.
Developing a family center, a research center and community outreach programs for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing.
Building a state-of-the-art audiology department and a center for communication excellence at St. John Hospital and Medical Center.
Develop a system for the early detection of hearing loss in newborn and older children.
8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday-Friday