MENTAL HEALTH 
                         &
SUBSTANCE ABUSE RESOURCES
Recipients of substance use services have rights protected by state and federal law and promulgated rules.  
For information, contact:
State Recipient Rights Coordinator
 P.O. Box 30664, Lansing MI  48909.  
Counties are 
listed in 
alphabetical 
order
This page was last updated: December 27, 2016
VETERANS:

Detroit VA Mental Health Clinic 
4646 John R
Detroit MI  48201
Phone:  313-576-1000
Website:  www.DetroitVa.gov 
All outpatient mental health services are now located 
in this new 7th floor clinic:  general mental health, PTSD, 
Substance Abuse Disorder, Psychosocial Rehabilitation, 
to name a few.
AND
John D. Dingell VA Medical Center
Chemical Dependence Treatment Services
4646 John R Street
Detroit  MI  48201
Phone:  313-576-1000

Dearborn Vet Center              
2881 Monroe Street   Suite 100
Dearborn  MI  48124
Phone:  313-277-1428  


Detroit Vet Center          
4161 Cass Avenue 
Detroit  MI  48201
Phone:  313-831-6509


NO VETERAN LEFT BEHIND      
1515 W. Fort Street, Suite 1429
Lincoln Park, MI  48146
Phone:  313-595-1262
Email:  veteranrescue@gmx.com 
Website:  www.noveteranleftbehind.us
A Veteran's resource agency that finds housing, food, 
clothing, substance abuse programs and mental health 
agencies for veterans in need.  Serves all ages of Veterans 
and their families in Wayne, Oakland and Macomb counties. 




NOTE--For Those Without Insurance!

Southeast Michigan Community Alliance (S.E.M.C.A)
25363 Eureka Road
Taylor  MI  48180
Phone:  800-686-6543  24 Hour Hotline
Email:  info@semca.org
Website:  www.semca.org/sas.htm
SEMCA provides a wide range of substance abuse services through contracted agencies
for individuals who are unable to afford services due to limited or no income or receiving Medicaid.  SEMCA services clients residing in Monroe County and Wayne (does NOT serve
the City of Detroit).  


FEDERAL:  

National Alliance on Mental Illness  (NAMI)      
3803 N. Fairfax Drive,  Suite 100
Arlington, VA  22203
Phone:  800-950-NAMI  (6264)
AND
921 N. Washington Ave. 
Lansing MI  48906
Phone: 517-853-0950
Email:  info@nami.org
Website:  www.nami.org
NAMI is the nation's largest organization for people with mental illness and their families. 
Has affiliates in every state and in more than 1,100 local communities across the country. 


Families Anonymous Meetings
Website:  www.FamiliesAnonymous.org 
Families Anonymous celebrated our 40th Anniversary in 2011. We were formed 
in 1971 by a group of concerned parents in California who were seeking ways 
of dealing with the problem of substance abuse and addiction in their children. 
Our members include parents, grandparents, siblings, spouses, significant others, 
other family members and friends of those with a current, suspected or former 
drug problem. We have been one of the best kept secrets in the recovery community, 
even though we have groups throughout the world.



STATEWIDE:  

See NAMI Michigan listing above!

Michigan Psychological Association (MPA)      
Statewide Referral Service
124 West Allegan St., Suite 1900
Lansing, MI  48933
Phone:  517-347-1885  OR  800-270-9070
Email:  office@michiganpsychologicalassociation.org
Website:  www.michiganpsychologicalassociation.org
Designed to put people in touch with qualified psychologists in their area.  


Neighborhood Service Organization  (NSO)        
220 Bagley   Suite 1200
Detroit  MI  48226
Phone: 313-961-4890
Website:  www.nso-mi.org
Provides services to our most vulnerable neighbors including older adults 
with mental illness developmentally disabled adults children and their families 
at-risk youth, preschoolers and the homeless. Programs are provided in Wayne 
and Oakland counties with some serving the entrie state of Michigan.   



MULTIPLE COUNTIES SERVED:

See the Neighborhood Service Organization above!

Judson Center                                    
4410 W. 13 Mile Road
Royal Oak MI 48073-6515
Phone: 248-837-2027
Website:  www.judsoncenter.org
Provides services for autism, and mental health counseling as well as other services 
from newborns to 18 years old and their families. Serves Eaton, Genesee, Ingham,
Lenawee, Livingston, Oakland Macomb Monroe Shiawassee St. Clair, Washtenaw 
and Wayne counties. 


Rose Hill  Center                            
5130 Rose Hill Boulevard
Holly,  MI   48442-9507
Phone: 248-531-2413
Email:  gflanigan@rosehillcenter.org    Gayle Flanigan 
Website:  www.rosehillcenter.org
Provides residential treatment and rehabilitation services to help adults with mental
illness learn to manage their symptoms and achieve their highest level of independence. Serves Michigan primarily Wayne & Oakland counties and those aged 18 to 65.  


Providence Family Life Center               
18600 Florence Street,  Suite B5
Roseville, MI  48066
Phone:  1-888-519-9202
Email:  providenceprograms@gmail.com 
Website:  www.providencefamilylifecenter.com 
A non-profit agency dedicated to emplowering women and children to maximize their 
life experience by providing education, counseling, advocacy and tangible support.  
We specialize in reaching women and their families who are survivors of abuse, trafficking, desertion, homelessness, addiction and illiteracy.  We also provide court-ordered guardianship for individuals challenged with mental illness.  Serves Wayne, Oakland 
and Macomb counties.  




METRO DETROIT & WAYNE COUNTY:

Wayne State University Psychology Clinic         
60 Farnsworth Street
Detroit, MI 48202
Phone: 313-577-2840
Website:  http://clasweb.clas.wayne.edu/psychclinic 
Wayne State's clinic offers psychological/educational assessments and psychological services on a sliding scale. Assessments can help a person determine why they are 
having academic, emotional, behavioral, or interpersonal problems and put them in 
touch with resources to help.  Additionally, the clinic offers intelligence and giftedness
testing. Wayne State's clinic also offers therapy for a wide range of problems. Clinicians 
are Ph.D. students and thus, the clinic does not offer emergency treatment services (it is
not 24/7 access). The clinic also does not take insurance.


Detroit Department of Human Services / Gratiot Substance Abuse Clinic 
3506 Gratiot
Detroit MI  48207
Phone:  313-876-4070  (Intake)
                313-887-1151  (Detoxification Program Information
Must be referred by Detroit Dept. of Health & Wellness Promotion, 
Central Intake and Assessment Unit (number above). 


Detroit Health Dept. Bureau of Substance Abuse
Central Diagnostic & Referral Program 
8809 John C. Lodge St.
Herman Keifer Hospital   Bldg. 5
Detroit  MI 48202
Phone:  313-876-4227
                313-876-4070  (Intake)


Detroit-Wayne County Community Mental Health Agency   
640 Temple
Detroit  MI  48201
Phone:  313-833-2500  OR   800-241-4949  24 Hour Crisis Line 


Health Services Technical Assistance Addiction Treatment Services, Inc. 
Herman Keifer Complex 
1151 Taylor Building 1
Detroit, MI  48202
Phone:  313-876-4070   OR   313-224-7000  24 Hour Crisis Line 


Detroit Central City Community Mental Health, Inc.           
10 Peterboro
Detroit, MI  48201
Phone:  313-833-4610
Website:  www.dcccmh.org
Our mission is to achieve wellness in the community by providing an integrated array 
of behavioral and physical health care, housing and substance abuse services with 
dignity and respect.  Serves those 18 and over and serves Midtown Detroit City of
Detroit and Wayne County. 


CareFirst Community Health Services               
8097 Decatur Street
Detroit, MI  48228
Phone:  313-846-5020
Website:  www.care-first.org
Outpatient counseling to substance abusers as well as other services such as Aftercare services for returning citizens and a residential program for homeless HIV / AIDS women 
and their children, HIV testing and counseling and more. 


Western Wayne Family Health Center                                                        
2500 Hamlin                                                                                                                            
Inkster, MI  48141                                                               
Phone:  313-561-5100
Website: www.wwfhcinkster.org
AND 
Western Wayne Family Health Center of Taylor
26650 Eureka Road   Suite C
Taylor, MI  48180
Phone:  734-941-4991
AND
Western Wayne Family Health Center of Lincoln Park        
25650 W. Outer Drive 
Lincoln Park, MI  48146 
Phone: 313-383-1897
Accepting new patients of all ages / Walk-in patients welcome / Most insurance plans 
accepted / Sliding fee scale for uninsured patients  / Integrated behavioral health services / 
We can also help you get health insurance! 


ANGEL HOUSE                
3319 Greenfield #260
Dearborn, Michigan 48120-1212
Physical Address:
2600 Saulino Court
Dearborn, Michigan 48120-1212
Phone: 313-849-2522
E-mail:angelhouseinfo@gmail.com
Website:  www.angelhouse.org 
Angel House is a multicultural organization reaching out to the immigrant community 
in the areas of social, family, vocational, and physical needs, through services in education, health, and counseling. We provide a wide range of opportunities in volunteerism and outreach, as well as education in Arab culture and Islam for those outside this immigrant community. Angel House prides itself on its community building and support, though mainly
focusing on the personal needs of our individual students.  Angel House realizes there 
is much adjustment necessary when immigrating to America. We offer opportunities for 
our students to seek confidential advice and wisdom from counselors with compassion 
and integrity, in marriage, parenting, legal issues, and health care, just to name a few.


Southwest Counseling Solutions 
Administration Office:
1700 Waterman Ave.
Detroit  MI  48209
Phone:  313-841-8900
Website:  www.swol.org
AND 
Youth Services
2051 Rosa Parks Blvd.
Detroit  MI  48216
Phone:  313-963-2266
AND
Child & Family Services
3627 West Vernor Highway
Detroit MI  48216
Phone: 313-554-8511
Services include clinical and outpatient services for adults with mental illness, 
child and family services for children with emotional disorders and Hispanic 
mental health services for children, youth, adults, and families. 


TEAM Mental Health Services 
14799 Dix-Toledo 
Southgate MI  48195
Phone:  313-324-8326   TTY: 734-324-8327      Crisis Line: 313-258-4758
AND
Eastern Market 
(Pathways to Supportive Employment Program) 
2939 Russell St. 
Detroit, MI 48207 
Phone: 313-396-5300    TTY:  313-396-4270     Crisis Line: 313-258-3842
AND 
Eastern Market Clinic 
2925 Russell St. 
Detroit, MI 48207 
Phone: 313-396-5300    TTY: 313-396-4270      Crisis Line: 313-258-3842
AND
North Clinic 
20041 8 Mile Rd. 
Detroit, MI 48219-1438 
Phone: 313-532-5030         Crisis Line: 313-258-3842
​Website:  www.t-mhs.com
Offers individualized mental health and substance abuse services to adults 
with mental illnesses with a treatment team that includes psychiatrists, social 
workers, care coordinators, peer advocates and nurses.  


Life Directions              
5716 Wellness Bldg. 
5716 Michigan  Suite 2200
Detroit  MI  48210
Phone:  313-420-0310
Email:  jphelps@lifedirections.org
Website:  www.lifedirections.org
Life Directions is dedicated to motivating young adults, especially the economically 
poor, to mature into responsible, productive adults through self-direction.  The 
programs are driven by volunteers in partnership with staff to reach out to the 
young adults and youth who are most "at risk".


Arab-American and Chaldean Council       
Behavioral Health Network Clubhouse
201 W. Seven Mile Road
Detroit  MI  48203
Phone: 313-366-0228
Website:  www.myacc.org


Family Services of Detroit & Wayne County
120 Parsons  
Detroit MI  48201
Phone:  313-579-5989
Email: dsnyder@fsiwc.org
Website:  www.fsiwc.org


Detroit LIGHT House Program
3750 Woodward Avenue, Suite C40
Detroit  MI  48201
Phone:  313-832-1300
Website:  www.phlh.org
Offers programs for adults seeking substance abuse treatment.  


Latino Family Services                 
3815 W. Fort Street
Detroit  MI  48216
Phone:  313-841-7380 
Website:  www.latinofamilyservices.org
Offers a variety of programs including facilitating AA & NA meetings and substance 
abuse counseling.  Serves Detroit and surrounding counties.  


LASED                  
Latin American for Social and Economic Development
7150 W. Vernor
Detroit  MI  48209
Phone:  313-841-1430
Website:  http://lasedinc.org/


Northeast Guidance Center Family Life Center
Conner Campus:       
2900 Conner   Building A
Detroit  MI  48215
Phone:  313-308-1400
AND
Motor City Clubhouse:
2900 Conner  Building B
Detroit  MI  48215
Phone:  313-824-5623
AND
Adult Services:
12800 E. Warren 
Detroit  MI  48215
Phone:  313-824-8000
AND
Child Services:
20303 Kelly Road
Detroit  MI  48225 
Phone:  313-245-7000
Website:  www.neguidance.org
Northeast Guidance Center (NEGC) is a community-based mental health agency 
founded by the Junior League of Detroit in 1963 to provide services to children 
on Detroit’s eastside. Our mission is to provide innovative, community-based 
services to children and adults and their families promoting mental health with 
an emphasis on total wellness. NEGC serves over 1000 children and 3500 adults 
annually. Since 1963, committed to innovative, community-based services to children, 
adults and families – promotion total wellness with an emphasis on mental health. 
Our vision is to lead the way in building strong communities where people are mentally, emotionally, and physically healthy and enable them to support their families.


Mariners Inn
445 Ledyard Street
Detroit MI  48201
Phone:  313-962-9446
Email: info@marinersinn.org
Website:  www.marinersinn.org
Services homeless men who are age 18 years and above and chemically dependent. 


Operation Get Down Inc.                    
Detroit MI  48213
Phone: 313-921-9422  ext. 223
Email:  powell386@aol.com   Deborah Powell
Website:  www.operationgetdown.org
Serving homeless population and providing substance abuse treatment for ages 
18-65 in Metro Detroit.  


Black Family Development, Inc. 
Substance Abuse Services
211 Glendale  Suite 206
Highland Park  MI  48203
Phone:  313-868-3223
Website:  www.blackfamilydevelopment.org


Detroit Rescue Mission Ministries  (DRMM)
Administration Office:
150 Stimson
Detroit  MI  48231
Phone:  313-993=4700
Website:  www.drmm.org 
Services for addicted people at Detroit Rescue Mission Ministries include two major programs, sub-acute substance abuse detoxification and substance abuse treatment. 
A wide variety of agencies such as the Michigan Department of Corrections, Substance 
Abuse and Mental Health Services Agency and Detroit Bureau of Substance Abuse Prevention, Treatment and Recovery provide referrals and funding for treatment for 
specific populations. Addicted people who do not meet their guidelines and have no 
insurance are provided treatment through contributions made by our individual donors.


American Indian Health & Family Website  (AIHFS)
Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 810
Dearborn MI  48121
Physical Location:
4880 Lawndale Street
Detroit MI  48210
Phone:  313-846-3718   Administration
                313-846-6030   Clinic
Email:  JSchuyler@aihfs.org
Website:  www.aihfs.org
Parenting classes open to Native American parents and families.  
The goal of these classes are to strengthen the parent and co-parent relationship.  
These classes have specific objectives that are taught through traditional Native 
stories and practices as well as group activities.  These classes are free to attend 
and in some instances, transportation can be provided.  In keeping with traditional 
Native American culture, food & snacks will often be provided.  There are also a 
number of other services provided at the agency that will coordinate with the 
parenting classes.  Also has Circles of Care (system of care for children & adolescents 
with Behavioral Health disorders), other youth programs, ATOD programs  (Alcohol, 
Tobacco and other Drugs), ATR (Access to Recovery) and Native Healthy Start 
(for pregnant mothers / new mothers).


Apex Behavioral Health 
Oakwood Hospital 
18181 Oakwood Blvd.  Suite 311
Dearborn  MI 48128
Phone: 313-271-8170
Website:  www.apexbehavioralhealth.com 
AND
199 North Main Street  Suite 202
Plymouth  MI  48170
Phone: 734-254-9316
Website:  www.apexbehavioralhealth.com 
AND
1547 South Wayne Road
Westland  MI 48185
Phone:  734-729-3133
Website:  www.apexbehavioralhealth.com


Starfish Family Services 
Administration Office:    
3000 Hiveley Road                 
Inkster MI  48141                       
Phone:  734-728-3400    24 Hour Crisis Line:  866-672-4357
Website:  www.starfishonline.org                                         
The center provides educational and mental health support services to at-risk families
in the community and is staffed with educators and infant mental health professionals.
AND
Starfish Family Services / Lifespan Clinical Services
18316 Middlebelt Road
Livonia MI  48152
Phone: 888-355-LIFE (5433)
Provides outpatient counseling in office, outreach services provided in client homes 
to Wayne County families addressing parent-child concerns and needs, support, etc. 


WestwoodTeen Health Center
25912 Annapolis
Inkster  MI  48141
Phone: 313-565-2174 
Are you between the ages of 10-21 and live in Wayne County? Having a problem and want 
to talk to a qualified licensed professional in a confidential session about…Family and/or relationship issues, dealing with a loss (death of a friend, relative, pet, etc..), / sad, guilty, 
or depressed feelings/ anger or behavior problems, etc. Open all summer!


The Guidance Center
13101 Allen Road
Southgate  MI  48195
Phone: 734-785-7700
Website:  www.guidance-center.org
A private, non-profit human services agency providing a broad range of services to children, adolescents and adults.  Services provided include outpatient mental health and substance abuse treatment, early childhood programs and a back-to-work program for adults. 


Wyandotte Henry Ford Hospital
Behavioral Services
2333 Biddle Ave. 
Wyandotte  MI  48192
Phone:  734-246-7311
Website:  www.henryfordwyandotte.com
Comprehensive inpatient mental health services with emphasis on adult treatment, 
substance abuse and specialized treatment for the geriatric patient. 


St. Mary Mercy Hospital
Department of Behavioral Medicine & Chemical Dependency Services
36475 Five Mile Road
Livonia  MI  48154
Phone: 734-655-4800
Website:  www.stmarymercy.org


Community Care Services
Administration: 
26184 West Outer Drive
Lincoln Park  MI  48146
Phone:  313-389-7525    24 Hour Hotline:  313-224-7000
Website:  www.comcareserv.org
AND
1736 Fort Street
Lincoln Park  MI  48146
Phone:  313-382-7861


A.C.C.E.S.S.                       
Arab Community Center for Economic and Social Services  
Adult Mental Health Program & Family Counseling
6450 Maple Street
Dearborn  MI  48126
Phone:  313-216-2200
Website:  www.accesscommunity.org
Serves the adult population suffering from mental illness, culture adjustment, 
substance abuse and domestic violence.  Also handles court referral cases. 


Catholic Social Services of Wayne County       
Main Office: 
9851 Hamilton Avenue 
Detroit, MI 48202 
Phone: (313) 883-2100 
AND
Dearborn Office: 
Garrison Place Office Building
19855 West Outer Drive Suite 207E
Dearborn, MI 48124
Phone: (313) 792-9286
AND
Eastside Office: 
15450 E. Jefferson Avenue Suite 190
Grosse Pointe Park, MI 48230
Phone: (313) 852-1200
Website: www.csswayne.org
​Offers a wide variety of mental health & substance abuse services for all age groups. 


South Eastern Michigan Indians, Inc.        
26641 Lawrence 
Center Line, MI 48015
Phone: 586-756-1350
Email: Semii1975@yahoo.com
Website: www.semii1975.org
Mental health / substance assessment & referral services, advocate for tobacco 
control, tobacco education and cessation programs.  


Personalized Nursing LIGHT House Inc.
575 S. Main Street   Suite 6
Plymouth  MI  48170
Phone:  734-451-7800   OR   800-467-7654
Website:  www.pnc-wbi.com 
Offers day treatment, intensive outpatient programs and an outpatient 
program for adults seeking substance abuse treatment. 


Salvation Army Adult Rehabilitation Center
5931 Middlebelt Road
Romulus  MI  48174
Phone: 734-729-3939
Website:  www.usc.salvationarmy.org
Residential rehabilitation program.  
AND
Salvation Army Harbor Light Evangeline Center
3737 Lawton Street
Detroit MI  48208
Phone:  313-361-6136
Inpatient treatment for women and families with substance abuse problems.  
On-site daycare also.  


Garden City Hospital Brookfield Clinic
6245 North Inkster Road
Garden City  MI  48135
Phone:  734-421-3374
Website:  www.brookfieldclinics.org
Structured outpatient chemical dependency services include individual, 
group and educational sessions, court evaluations, driver's license evaluations 
and seminars for court-referred clients. 


Psychiatric Intervention Center (PIC)            
33505 Schoolcraft, Suite 3
Livonia  MI  48150
Phone: 734-721-0200
Website:  www.hegira.net
24 hour emergency psychiatric screening, disposition and referral for children 
through adults; traditional outpatient services 24 hours/7 days; mental health; 
substance abuse; problem gambling; 23 hour extended observation and mobile 
crisis stabilization. 
AND
Hegira Community Support Services (CSS)            
8623 North  Wayne Road, Suite 323
Westland MI  48185
Phone:  734-742-0605
Psychiatric evaluations, medication reviews, nursing services, individual 
and group supportive counseling, case management and transportation.  
AND
Hegira Children's Outpatient Services
8623 North Wayne Road, Suite 123
Westland  MI  48185
Phone: 734-367-0469
AND
Hegira-Westland Counseling Center 
8623 North Wayne Road  Suite 310
Westland MI  48185
Phone:  734-425-0636
Provides assistance to children, adults and families to cope 
with a wide range of behavioral health problems including substance 
abuse.  Available by appointment to residents of Wayne County.  
AND
Hegira Programs Help Center
9340 Wayne Road, Suite A
Romulus MI  48174
Phone:  734-942-7587  OR   734-397-7777 Crisis Line 
AND 
Hegira Livonia Counseling Center
15370 Levan Road
Livonia  MI  48154
Phone:  734-744-0170  OR  800-231-1127  (24 hours)
AND
Hegira Next Step Clubhouse
1403 Inkster Road
Inkster MI  48141
Phone:  313-565-2200
Services include social support, vocational training, job placement, job coaching, 
case management, medication management and community reintegration.  


Life Challenge of Southeastern Michigan     
17667 Pierson St.
Detroit  MI  48219
Phone:  313-531-0111
Email:  cgoins@lifechallengesemi.org
Website:  www.lifechallengesemi.org
A one-year residential program providing care for men and women with life-controlling addictions.  For those 18+ in the S.E. MI and Flint community.  


Touchstone Recovery Homes
Phone:  734-250-8056
Email:  info@touchstonerecoveryhomes.com 
Website:  www.touchstonerecoveryhomes.com 
Has recovery homes located in Wayne & Monroe County as well as S. CA.


FAITH Recovery Center                  
2235 Moore Road
Lincoln Park MI  48146
Phone: 313-383-9042
Website:  www.faithrecoverycenter.com
Men and women committed to a substance-free recovery, live in an apartment 
with 2 to 3 other men or women, following rules regarding upkeep, curfew and 
program participation.  


Surrender House Sober Living Homes      
Women's Homes:
13120 Callender
Southgate MI  48195
Phone:  734-624-5823  Angie B.  OR   313-673-6347 Liz
&
12189 Agnes
Southgate MI  48195
AND
Men's Homes: 
7731 Senator
Detroit  MI  48209
&
5452 Monroe 
Dearborn Heights  MI  48125
Phone:  313-386-2502 / 313-330-7267  Clara B.
Email:  nalizzi@aol.com 
Website:  www.surrenderhouse.com
We provide a very nice clean, furnished home to live in.  A safe, supportive and 
structured living program.  12-step meetings, shopping and bus transportation 
within walking distance. Our homes are for people who want to stay sober and 
off of drugs.  Laundry facilities included, phone / cable / Internet services provided.  
We furnish everything except your food.  Cost is $100 weekly.  




MACOMB COUNTY:

Macomb Family Services
36975 Utica Road  #100
Clinton Twp.,  MI  48036
Phone:  586-226-3440
Website:  www.mfsonline.org 
The mission of Macomb Family Services is to enhance the health and well-being 
of others, and promote social and personal change. We provide a wide range of 
family related counseling, residential, and home/community based services to the 
residents of Macomb County and surrounding communities. Our staff is dedicated 
to providing superior programs that will improve the quality of life for individuals, 
families, and the community.


FAR Conservatory of Therapeutic and Performing Arts       
1669 West Maple Road
Birmingham MI 48009
Phone: 248-646-3347
Website:  www.farconswervatory.org
A non-profit organization that provides creative arts therapy and recreation services 
for children and adults with mental, physical and/or emotional impairments.  FAR 
also promotes public understanding of the abilities and potential of persons who are 
mentally, emotionally or physically challenged.  Serves Oakland & Macomb counties.  


Families Anonymous Meetings            
Website:  www.FamiliesAnonymous.org

Living Hope Lutheran Church
24125 26 Mile Road  (1/4 mile East of North Ave.)
Ray Twp., MI  
Phone:  248-250-4552  Carole 
Every Tuesday evening from 7:30 p.m. to 9 p.m.  Meetings are for parents and friends 
of persons who are addicted to alcohol or drugs or have emotional programs.  
See the website for meetings in other locations!


CARE of S.E.Michigan / Parent Education Classes 
MAIN Office:
31900 Utica Road
Fraser  MI  48026
Phone:  586-541-CARE (2273)
AND
Grosse Pointe Office:
21012 Mack Avenue
Grosse Point Woods  MI  48236
Phone:  313-332-0972
Website:  www.careofsem.com/


Care House of Macomb County
Macomb County Child Advocacy Center 
131 Market Street
Mount Clemens, MI  48043
Phone:  586-463-0123
Website:  www.mccarehouse.net
Care House is a child-friendly, family-centered facility that coordinates the complex investigation, prosecution, and treatment services to victims of child sexual and 
physical abuse. The major component of this program is the single investigative 
interview. All of the professionals involve in a case gather at Care House to witness 
the forensic interview.  This eliminates the need for the child to repeat his or her story 
and relive the trauma of the abuse over and over again.


Arab-American Chaldean Council  (A.C.C.)                    
28551 Southfield Road   Suite 204
Lathrup Village  MI  48076
Phone:  248-559-1990
AND
Behavioral Health Unit 
38219 Mound Road
Sterling Heights MI  
Phone:  
Website:  www.myacc.org
The office is a nearly 5,800 sq. ft. facility and houses ACC professionals who assist immigrants and refugees arriving in the United States, with services such as Behavioral Health, Employment Programs and a Workforce Investment Act (WIA) Program. 
A Primary Care Clinic is scheduled to open in January 2014.  According to Data Driven 
Detroit research group, Macomb County has emerged as one of the top counties in 
Michigan with a growing immigrant population. Nearly 100 languages are spoken across
the county and in some residential areas the concentration of foreign-born people is nearly 
50 percent of the population.The new Sterling Heights facility also includes a trauma recovery program and will feature a staff of 20 once fully operational.



MONROE COUNTY

Monroe County Mental Health Authority        
1001 South Raisinville Road
Monroe  MI  48161
Phone:  734-243-7340   24 hour line
                800-886-7340   24 hour line
Website:  www.monroecmha.org



Monroe County Substance Abuse Coalition       
216 N. Monroe Street
Monroe MI  48162 
Phone:  734-242-1331
Website:  www.monroedrugfree.org
Presciption medication take-back events.  Medication use safety trainings. 


Mercy Memorial Outpatient Behavioral Health Services
700 Stewart Road  Suite 105
Monroe MI  48162
Phone: 734-240-1760
Website:  www.mercymemorial.org
Offers outpatient therapy to individuals suffering from emotional distress and/or chemical dependency in both private and group settings.  Provides specialized services including Christian-based services and couple & family counseling with many different treatment options.  Educational programs, stress management and self-help groups. 


Hope Network         
123 W. First St. 
Monroe MI  48161 
Phone:  734-243-6659
Website:  www.hopenetwork.org 
Hope Network served residents of Monroe County who have a developmental disability 
or mental illness.  It provides services that include skill building, community integration, community living support and employment assistance. 


Children's Center of Monroe
621 S. Monroe Street
Monroe MI  48161
Phone:  734-457-KIDZ  (5439)
AND
Family Counseling and Shelter Services
14930 LaPlaisance Road   Suite 106
Monroe MI  48161
Phone:  734-241-0180
Website:  www.fcssmc.org 
Supervised visitation, monitored custody exchanges, child play therapy, child 
counseling, therapeutic visitation.  Also domestic violence shelter and therapy.


Caring Alternatives Inc. Counseling Center
2092 South Custer Road
Monroe MI  48161 
Phone:  734-242-8711
Email:  Sharon@counselingalternatives.com
Website:  www.caringalternatives.com
Professional therapy services provides the opportunity for an individual, couple 
or family to identify problems and focus on solutions.  Psychological and ADHD 
testing support services are also available. 


Self and Family Behavioral Healthcare
7521 N. Telegraph Rd.  Suite 1
Newport  MI  48166
Phone: 734-586-0031
Website:  www.selfandfamily.com
Counseling for seniors and their families.  Forensic quality dementia assessments. 


Catholic Charities of Monroe County
14930 Laplaisance Road   Suite 123
Monroe  MI  48161
Phone:  734-240-3850
Email:  info@ccmonroe.org
Website:  www.ccmonroe.org
Programs include substance abuse treatment / individual, family and group 
mental health counseling and parenting classes. 


Family Counseling & Shelter Services              
14930 LaPlaisance Road    Suite 106
Monroe MI  48161 
Phone:  734-241-8259
Website:  www.fcssmc.org
Counseling for all age groups including substance abuse groups.  Sliding fee scale 
available. Access to domestic violence advocate and resources including shelter, 
help with personal protection orders and support group.  


Salvation Army Harbor Light
25 South Monroe St.  Suite 309
Monroe  MI  48161
Phone: 734-457-4340
Website:  www.usc.salvationarmy.org
Provides outpatient detoxification services. 


Touchstone Recovery Homes
Phone:  734-250-8056
Email:  info@touchstonerecoveryhomes.com 
Website:  www.touchstonerecoveryhomes.com 
Has recovery homes located in Wayne & Monroe County as well as S. CA.



OAKLAND COUNTY:

Oakland County Community Mental Health Authority 
Phone:  800-341-2003
Website:  www.occmha.org
The public mental health system responsible for identifying, influencing, and delivering services and supports to approximately 22,000 Oakland County residents, including 
adults and children with developmental disabilities; adults with serious mental illness 
or substance use disorders; and children with serious emotional disturbance.
OCCMHA’s network of service providers include: Common Ground, Community 
Housing Network, Community Living Services, Community Network Services, 
Easter Seals Michigan, Macomb-Oakland Regional Center, Oakland Family Services, 
Inc., and Training and Treatment Innovations. 



COMMON GROUNDJUST ADDED 5/4/2015
Common Ground Administration
1410 S. Telegraph
Bloomfield Hills, MI 48302
Phone:  248-456.8150       24-Hour Resource and Crisis Helpline: 1-800-231-1127 
&
Mental Health Services / Resource and Crisis Center
1200 N Telegraph Rd., Bldg. 32E
Pontiac,  MI  48341
Phone: 248-451-2600                                                                                                                                           &                                        
Crisis Residential Unit
1200 N. Telegraph Rd.,  Bldg. 32E
Pontiac, MI   48341
Call Resource and Crisis Center for admittance.
&
Youth ProgramsThe Sanctuary and A Step Forward
1222 S. Washington
Royal Oak, MI   48067
&
Crisis Intervention & Recovery Team (CIRT)
1063 Professional Dr., Suite D4
Flint, MI   48532
Website:  http://commongroundhelps.org



Oakland Family Services
Central Administration
114 Orchard Lake Road
Pontiac  MI 48341  
Phone:  248-858-7766  Toll Free: (877) 742-8264
Email: info@ofsfamily.org
Website:  www.oaklandfamilyservices.org 
AND
130 Hampton Circle, Suite 100 
Rochester Hills  MI 48307
Phone: 248-853-0750    Toll Free: (866) 903-8955
AND
2351 W. Twelve Mile Road
Berkley  MI 48072
Phone:  248-544-4004   Toll Free: (877) 211-4495
Email: info@ofsfamily.org
AND
2045 E. West Maple Road D-407
Walled Lake  MI 48390-3801
Phone: 248-624-3812   Toll Free: (866) 903-8956
Oakland Family Services offers weekend and evening hours by appointment.  
We have four locations providing a diverse range of programs and services.  
In addition, we provide services in the community at convenient locations.
Oakland Family Services provides mental health and substance abuse services, 
including women's specialty, adolescent substance abuse and older adult specialty 
services.  For more information about specific programs or services, please call 
or email a customer service representative at the location nearest you.


Maplegrove Family Programs              
Maplegrove Center 
6773 West Maple Road
West Bloomfield, MI  48322
Phone:  248-661-6170
Email:  mce_cp@hfhs.org 
Designed for families living with chronic stress due to challenges such as substance abuse, physical or mental illness, divorce, financial pressures or other major life challenges.  


City of Southfield / Counseling & Social Work         
Phone: 248-796-4547
Diagnostic, preventive and treatment services are available for seniors and their families 
who may be affected by social and psychological problems. A social worker with offices 
at the Adult Recreation Center 50+ and at the Human Services Department provides help, guidance, and community-wide referral services.


FAR Conservatory of Therapeutic and Performing Arts       
1669 West Maple Road
Birmingham MI 48009
Phone: 248-646-3347
Website: www.farconservatory.org
A non-profit organization that provides creative arts therapy and recreation services
for children and adults with mental, physical and/or emotional impairments. FAR
also promotes public understanding of the abilities and potential of persons who are
mentally, emotionally or physically challenged. Serves Oakland & Macomb counties.


Grace Centers of Hope                
35 E. Huron 
Pontiac MI 48342
Phone: 248-334-2187 ext. 1123 
Website:  http://gracecentersofhope.org
All programs and services provided by Grace Centers of Hope are designed to contribute significantly to the reduction of homelessness, provide clients with opportunities for life-changing recovery and to help break the intergenerational cycle of poverty and abuse.  
All guests in the their programs benefit from food and shelter services, counseling, life 
skills courses, vocational education, a drug-free work environment and their state-of-
the-art learning center. There is a 30 day Emergency Shelter program and a one-year 
life skill program for men, women and children. Serves S.E. Michigan and no age limit. 



WASHTENAW COUNTY:

Washtenaw County Services
Website:  www.ewashtenaw.org
Look under the links for services for kids, teens & families. 


Home of New Vision / Transitional Housing for the Recovering Woman
3800 Packard Suite 210
Ann Arbor , MI 48108
Phone: 734-975-16602
Email: admin@homeofnewvision.org
Website:  www.homeofnewvision.org
Home of New Vision is a non-profit organization that has provided innovative transitional housing, rehabilitation, and therapeutic services for individuals committed to ongoing recovery from chemical dependency in Washtenaw County, Michigan since 1996. Our transitional homes and therapeutic services are open to any chemically dependent person who has a desire to live a life free from the bondage of alcohol and drug addiction.


Dawn Farm
6633 StoneyCreek Road 
Ypsilanti MI 48197
Phone: 734-485-8725  OR   734-669-8265
Website:  www.dawnfarm.org
Dawn Farm offers residential treatment, sub-acute detoxification, outpatient treatment 
and transitional housing. We will help you decide upon the best option for you or your 
loved one.


Jewish Family Services of Washtenaw County         
2245 S. State St., Ste 200
Ann Arbor, MI 48104
Phone: 734-769-0209
Email: info@jfsannarbor.org
Website:  www.jfsannarbor.org 
JFS Counseling Services are:
•Provided by licensed, experienced and compassionate counselors.
•Confidential, safe and supportive.
•Individualized assessments and treatment plans.
•For individuals, couples and families.
•Covered by many insurance providers and Medicare and Medicaid.
•Accredited by CARF International
Our counselors can assist you or your loved one through life transitions such as divorce, grief, loss or unemployment. Other areas of expertise include but are not limited to: anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, parenting issues, caregiver support, stress management.





HELPFUL WEBSITES: 

http://www.healthline.com/health/bipolar-disorder
A comprehensive overview of bipolar disorder as a critical starting point 
for individuals and /or their loved ones.  


National Alliance for the Mentally Ill 
Phone:  800-950-6264
Website:  www.nami.org


National Mental Health Association
Phone:  800-969-NMHA
Website:  www.nmha.org 





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       ONLINE 
ALANO Club Meetings!
Website: 
www.onlinealanoclub.org


Downriver ALANO Club
2060 Council
Lincoln Park, MI  
48146
Phone:  313-381-9782
AND
Northwest ALANO Club
25605 Joy Road
Dearborn Heights  MI 
Phone:  313-565-1184
AND
Western Wayne 
ALANO Club
36539 Goddard Road
Romulus  MI  
48174
Phone: 734-229-9436
AND
Metro West ALANO Club
27225 Grand River 
Redford  MI 
Phone: 313-286-3622
Website: 
www.metrowestalano.org 
AND
North West ALANO Club
2903 S. Wayne Road
Wayne  MI 
Phone:  734-727-4725
Website: 
http://nwacw.com
AND
Monroe ALANO Club
148 N. Monroe 
Monroe  MI 
Phone:  734-242-3663
Website: 
www.monroealanoclub.com 
AND
East Side ALANO Club
11487 Nine Mile Road
Warren MI 
Phone:  586-427-4936
AND
Southwest Detroit 
ALANO Club
7851 Senator
Detroit  MI  
48209
Phone: 313-842-1433 
AND
Inner City ALANO Club
18600 Wyoming
Detroit  MI 
Phone: 313-862-2121
AND
Southwest ALANO Club
1038 Lawndale 
Detroit MI 
Phone: 313-841-7922
AND
Macomb ALANO Club
20900 Cass Ave.
Clinton Twp., MI  
Phone: 810-465-3151
Email: downriveralanoclub
@yahoo.com
AND
ALANO House of Flint
2608 Maplewood Ave.
Flint  MI 
Phone:  810-233-0737
AND
Oakland County 
ALANO Club
5661 Clintonville Road
Clarkston  MI  
Phone: 248-391-8995
Website:  
www.ocalanoclub.org





MAJOR PROGRAMS 
FOR 
SUBSTANCE ABUSE
(These programs are 
held throughout Michigan!  
Click on the website link 
to find the one nearest 
to you!)

Alanon / Alateen Detroit
Website: 
www.afgmichigan.aadr.com


A.C.O.A.
(Adult Children of Alcoholic 
Adults and other Addictions)
Website:
www.adultchildren.org


Celebrate Recovery
Website: 
www.CelebrateRecovery.
com 


Alcoholics for Christ 
Website: 
http://www.alcoholicsfor
christ.com/