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Busch's CARES Market - A Model for our Nation

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Busch's CARES Market - A Model for our Nation

Busch_s_CARES_Market_flyer_jpg_356902548.jpgBusch's CARES Market, on the grounds of CARES of Farmington Hills, (Community. Action. Resources. Empowerment. Services) is celebrating the opening of our SNAP/Bridge Store. SNAP/Bridge Cards, formerly called Food Stamps, provides food assistance to our guests. CARES of Farmington Hills was granted a permit in April 2020 to open Busch's CARES Market, under the strong leadership of Doug Busch, Board Member and food industry leader, Todd Lipa, Executive Director, and countless other volunteers, community members, local businesses and staff.

To our knowledge, Busch's CARES Market is the first SNAP/Bridge Store within an existing Food Pantry building in Michigan, and perhaps,in the nation. We are striving to ensure that our guests have the food stability that is required for healthy Lives. Busch's CARES Market is open to anyone with a SNAP/Bridge Card. Bridge Cards, Debit and Credit cards only. No cash transaction or cash on the premises.

CARES of Farmington Hills is a non-profit, 501(c)3. Please feel free to contact Elaine Grohman at

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About :

Elaine M. Grohman has been working in the field of Energy Medicine for nearly 20 years. The experiences of her own Life brought her to delve into the Mystery of our Spirit, Body, Emotions and Mind, and through that search she has sought to help others appreciate their own Life in a greater way. Elaine works with people in the medical fields, as well as having a private practice. She is the author of two books, "The Angels and Me - Experiences of Receiving and Sharing Divine Communication," and "Spirit Awakening - Wisdom for Life and Living." As an Intuitive, Elaine helps others to look beyond the wounds they use to define themselves, so that new and perhaps greater understanding can become known. Through this, we can begin to Heal our World - And Ourselves.

Photos by Laurie Tennent