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Get Your 313 Detroit Points For Doing It Here

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 A Related Post 7/16/19 Detroit Points & Credits For Social Participation Membership Card mate3.com introduced this new card to increase citizen engagement in one area. The card is now being offered in new areas including Detroit. You get points and/or credits for attending meetings and participating in problem solving related meetings. We want this card to be user friendly and of reward to the user. The cards are free and will be widely available.

Who Gave You Good Customer Service?

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Let us know who and where you received good customer service; we’ll give them a special recognition & acknowledgement.

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Detroit’s Emerging Teachers Are Bringing It

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Networking To Stop Youth Intimidation & Harrassment

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Detroit's 1st Citywide Anti-Bullying Program  Wed, Feb 21, 1990 by Chauncey Bailey Detroit NewsThursday,  May 1, 1990 in "City Voices" Detroit News.

Emotion Based Behavior Problems In Children

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We’re collecting, networking and archiving 1st party claims for long-term use. As parents and stakeholders we’re charged with giving witness to love and difficulties. And it is with great empathy that I encourage you to share 1st party claims that may give us all a better understanding.



Practice Solving Detroit Problems & Get A Certificate

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You’ll learn how to target and collect 1st party claims to use in problem solving. You’ll learn to use the mate3.com problem-solving methods and approaches. You’ll have opportunities to practice problem solving on your schedule via email.
You’ll be part of a format where all 1st party claims and collectors can connect. This coaching and problem solving exercise program awards certificates from level 1 to 10. For more information contact us!

Detroit's Former Incarcerated Are Networking

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We’re connecting the 1st party claims from formerly incarcerated persons so that our problems can be more accurately defined and solutions validated one by one. We want to know what’s happening to you and yours; we will be posting problems to have open source collaboration in finding solutions. We’ll also be collecting suggestions for solving any of the previously reported problems or policies. 

Suggestion #2 Join groups that exchange first party experiences for better advocacy.  from: Marvin in Detroit, MI

Suggestion #1 Support reinstatement and protection of the "good time" sentence reductions for exemplary inmate conduct. From: Eddie in Coldwater, MI