Cultural Council of Birmingham-Bloomfield PO Box 465, Birmingham, MI48012 The Cultural Council of Birmingham and Bloomfield works to foster the arts throughout the Birmingham and Bloomfield…More area, as well as promote the area as a cultural center. The group partners with various organizations when sponsoring events, such as First Night Birmingham, CityScapes and concerts of the Birmingham-Bloomfield Symphony Orchestra. The cultural council also coordinates programming at local museums and art galleries.
Birmingham Wellness Center 219 Elm St, Birmingham, MI48009 Birmingham Wellness Center is a Chiropractic group based out of Birmingham. Serving the city and neighboring…More communities, their physicians offer multiple treatment methods and techniques for issues related to joints and muscles as well as Paleo/Primal Nutritional Counseling and Massage Therapy services.
Chiropractors on staff include Dr. Jennifer Turnbull Bonde, Dr. Amy Olson, and Dr. Dana Mosure
Be Well of Birmingham 750 S Old Woodward Ave, Birmingham, MI48009 Located on South Old Woodward Avenue, Be Well Of Birmingham is a wellness center founded by Kristina Dukic, Rosemary…More Batanjski, M.D. and Milica Dobrich, M.D. The center's staff offers chiropractic care, massage, personal training, naturopathic medicine, acupuncture, craniosacral therapy, smoking cessation therapy, nutritional counseling and yoga instruction services. Call Be Well of Birmingham during regular business hours for appointment information.
Birmingham Center for Cosmetic Dentistry, Mitchell S. Milan, D.D 555 S Old Woodward Ave Ste 21u, Birmingham, MI48009 The Birmingham Center for Cosmetic Dentistry offers a range of services to the communities of Oakland County. Dr.…More Mitchell S. Milan is the principal dentist at the practice. Procedures of the practice include dental implants, Invisalign and restorative dentistry, as well as multiple cosmetic services.
The Birmingham Area Seniors Coordinating Council and Center (BASCC) is a organization that provides resources as well…More as educational, recreational and social programs for Birmingham seniors. Classes include knitting, quilting, book clubs, computer training, yoga and beginning bridge.
The center also offers various outreach programs, many of which cater of the medical needs of older adults. These include blood pressure clinics, medicare and medicaid counseling, minor home repair services, and senior housing tours.
Flagstar Bank 35238 Woodward Ave, Birmingham, MI48009 Flagstar Bank in Birmingham has direct access from Woodward Avenue, just north of Maple Road. The Birmingham…More branch is a full service, well-maintained property with a front and side parking lot for bank customers. Flagstar Bank's headquarter's are in Troy, Michigan, and it currently is a community bank with about 165 centers in Michigan, Indiana and Georgia. The Birmingham location leads in customer service, as evidenced by the J.D Power's and Associates award for "Highest in Customer Satisfaction with Retail Banking in the North Central Region." The Flagstar Bank offers a full line of banking, credit, investment and treasury management products. Flagstar also leads in lending, with its own lending, toll-free number, 877-374-3562.
Sacred Garden Healing Arts Center 2151 E 14 Mile Rd, Birmingham, MI48009 The Sacred Garden Healing Arts Center provides therapeutic tension- and stress-relieving treatments to help clients…More unwind from the pressures of everyday life. Using natural therapies, the practitioners help clients restore and maintain balance and wellness. Services include relaxation and therapeutic massage, salt therapy, craniosacral therapy, reiki and Pranic healing.
First Baptist Church 300 Willits St, Birmingham, MI48009 Led by Reverend Dr. J. Wesley Babian, the First Baptist Church is located in the heart of downtown Birmingham and is…More noted by its disctintive Gothic architecture. Though the current building was built in 1929, the First Baptist Church has its roots in its current location and has been serving the community for more than 100 years. The church features the Hanson Children's Center, with space available for children's worship and performances as well as a library that houses more than 3,000 books. Worship traditionally begins at 10:30 pn Sunday mornings, with young and adult learning programs held immediately afterward. The church also offers a children's music program, vacation Bible school and a Chancel and Bell Choir.