PICTURED ABOVE: Rick Larman, Executive Director of CAN Michigan; Dan Phillips, Administrator of CAN Michigan; Nicolette Lahman, Executive Director of CAN Illinois; Dana Norton, Executive Director of CAN Minnesota
Covenant Ability Network of Michigan belongs to the Covenant Ability Network family, which which operates 18 homes serving nearly 100 families across three states. Our community residences here in Michigan have affiliated communities located in Oak Forest, Illinois (Covenant Ability Network of Illinois), as well as in Duluth and the Twin Cities area of Minnesota (Covenant Ability Network of Minnesota).
Commitment, collaboration, and community are the foundation of our growing Covenant Ability Network family. We provide our residential programs and services in partnership with Covenant Initiatives for Care, an affiliation of Covenant Ministries of Benevolence and the Evangelical Covenant Church. Since its founding in 1885, the Evangelical Covenant Church has sought to follow the Biblical call in Matthew 25 to care for those who are in need. The legacy that began with the Home of Mercy in Chicago continues today through Covenant Ability Network and the ministries of Covenant Initiatives for Care.