Welcome our new Executive Director

Gregory Everett joins People’s Community Services with more than 18 years of leadership experience in executive level positions at nonprofit organizations. Everett’s past accomplishments include securing millions in funds through grant writing and fundraising, developing new human service programs, reaffirming the accreditation process successfully, and increasing the effectiveness of the programs he managed.

Everett’s educational background consists of a Master of Social Work degree, with concentrations in both interpersonal practice and administration. The combination of micro and macro focus in his education has mirrored his capabilities throughout his profession. Everett has not only impacted organizations on the administrative level, but has also been successful in clinical and counseling practice. Specifically, Everett has accomplished being a certified addictions counselor and a licensed social worker in the State of Michigan.

Everett’s administrative and clinical expertise developed through his experience with organizations including The Judson Center, Vista Maria, St. Peter’s Home for Boys Residential Treatment, Wolverine Human Services, and Proaction Behavioral Health Alliance.

Because of Everett’s commitment to serving at-risk populations throughout Detroit, Everett was recognized by the Detroit City Council and State Senator with the Spirit of Detroit Award. Based on Everett’s extensive experience, education, and recognition in the community, People’s Community Services feels exceptionally confident in the work Mr. Everett will accomplish.

Please join us in welcoming our new, talented Executive Director, Mr. Gregory Everett.


Mission Statement


An organization established 60 years ago, People's Community Services continues a historical interest of people in providing social services to the especially needy neighborhoods of the Metropolitan Detroit area, so as to meet the needs of the individuals & families of the community without regard to race, sex, age, or religion.