MENTAL HEALTH 
                             &
SUBSTANCE ABUSE RESOURCES
Recipients of substance 
use services have rights 
protected by state and 
federal law and promul-
gated rules.  

For information, contact:
State Recipient Rights 
Coordinator
P.O. Box 30664
Lansing, MI  48909  



This page was last updated: September 25, 2022
To find Support Groups in your area and other resources, please go to Page 2! 

Click Here:  Mental Health & Substance Abuse Resources / Page 2

What is SAMHSA’s National Helpline?
Phone: 1-800-662-HELP (4357)   TTY: 1-800-487-4889
Website: https://www.samhsa.gov/find-help/national-helpline
SAMHSA’s National Helpline (also known as the Treatment Referral Routing Service) 
is a confidential, free, 24-hour-a-day, 365-day-a-year, information service, in English 
and Spanish, for individuals and family members facing mental and/or substance use disorders. This service provides referrals to local treatment facilities, support groups, 
and community-based organizations. Callers can also order free publications and other information.


VETERANS:

Please check under the VETERANS RESOURCES page on this website under 
Counseling Resources!


NEW!  URGENT HELP AVAILABLE!
COMMON GROUND 
Administrative Office:
Phone: 248-456-8150   800-231-1127 or Chat Online for Help 24/7
Email: askcommonground@commongroundhelps.org
Website: https://commongroundhelps.org
If you live in Metro Detroit, there's a new mental health resource from Common Ground. People in need of urgent mental health care can now make virtual appointments with Common Ground, instead of going to the Emergency Room 
In-Person Services:
Mobile Crisis Intervention & Recovery Teams
Our mobile teams provide recovery oriented crisis intervention to people throughout Oakland and Genesee Counties. Service is available regardless of income, insurance, 
or permanent residence. To learn more, please call the Resource and Crisis Center at 
248-451-2600.
Behavioral Health Urgent Care (BHUC):
Behavioral Health Urgent Care (BHUC) is ideal for those who experience an increase 
in symptoms such as depression or anxiety and feel they would benefit from urgent 
intervention from prescribers, clinicians and recovery coaches. It is an alternative to
in-person, face-to-face treatment. BHUC uses the VSee.com platform to host its app- ointments. While using the platform, you will be able to effortlessly manage your 
virtual practice with all the functionalities you need.


NOTE--For Those Without Insurance!

DWIHN  (Detroit Wayne Integrated Health Network)
707 W. Milwaukee Ave.
Detroit, MI  48202-2943   
Crisis Line: 800-241-4949
Phone: 313-344-9099     TTY: 800-630-1044
Website: https://www.dwihn.org
The Detroit Wayne Integrated Health Network (DWIHN) is a safety-net organization 
that provides a full array of services and supports to adults with mental illness, individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities, children with serious emotional disturbances and persons with substance use disorders. DWIHN provides empowerment to persons within our behavioral health system, serving nearly 75,000 citizens in Detroit & Wayne County.

FEDERAL:  

National Alliance on Mental Illness  (NAMI)      
4301 Wilson Blvd.  Suite 300
Arlington, VA  22203
Phone: 703-524-7600   800-950-NAMI  (6264)
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​NAMI Michigan
401 Washington 
Lansing, MI  48933
Phone: 517- 485-4049
Email: info@namimi.org
Website: https://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. 


STATEWIDE AND MULTIPLE COUNTIES SERVED: 

HOPE NOT HANDCUFFS
18900 15 Mile Road
Clinton Township, MI 48035
Phone: 586-438-8500    833-202-HOPE
Email: fan@familiesagainstnarcotics.org
Website: www.hopenothandcuffs.com 
An initiative of Families Against Narcotics (FAN), brings law enforcement and comm-
unity organizations together to find treatment options for individuals seeking help to reduce dependency on any drug, including heroin, prescription medications and alco-hol. A person struggling with substance use disorder can walk into any participating police department or community partner and ask for help. They will be greeted with compassion and respect. A volunteer Angel will be called to help with paperwork and phone calls, and to provide support until a treatment option is found. A list of particip- ating agencies can be found at the website above. There is NOT CHARGE for any of 
these services. 
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If a person is uninsured or has Medicaid, we will work directly with the local Office of Substance Abuse Services for placement. If a person has private insurance, we will provide them with treatment options covered by their plan. Regardless, our team will 
work to get them into treatment as soon as possible. We have more than 600 volunteer Angels, and one of them will help with paperwork and provide compassionate support until a treatment option is found.

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

Family Medical Center of Michigan
Temperance Medical & Dental  
8765 Lewis Ave.
Temperance, MI   48182
Phone: 734-847-3802
&
Carleton Medical & Dental 
130 Medical Center Dr.
Carleton, MI  48117
Phone: 734-654-2169 
&  
Monroe 2
1085 N. Macomb
Monroe, MI  48162
Phone: 734-240-4851
&
Adrian Medical & Dental 
1200 N. Main 
Adrian, MI  49221
Phone: 517-263-1800
Website: https://www.familymedicalmi.org
SERVICES OFFERED: 
BEHAVIOR & MENTAL HEALTH  
REFERRALS 
1.  To specialists for patients as needed 
2.   Medication Assistance Program (MAP) 
We will assist patients without prescription coverage in applying for assistance 
programs sponsored by various drug companies. Interpretation and Translation 
services available for those patients that speak Spanish as their primary language. 

Rose Hill  Center                            
5130 Rose Hill Blvd.
Holly, MI  48442
Phone: 866-367-0220   Admissions
             866-809-7017   Main Office
Website: https://www.rosehillcenter.org
Established in 1992, Rose Hill Center provides comprehensive psychiatric treatment and rehabilitation services. Our beautiful 400-acre campus in Michigan offers trans- formative, integrated recovery plans and meaningful activities designed to help indi- viduals, 18 and over, overcome symptoms of mental health disorders and achieve 
lasting independence.

Arab-American and Chaldean Council (A.C.C.) 
Administrative Offices:    
363 W. Big Beaver 
Troy, MI  48084
Phone: 248-559-1990
Email: programadvocates@myacc.org
Website: http://www.myacc.org/behavioral-health
ACC’s Behavioral Health Division is a comprehensive community-based, out-patient program, accredited by the Rehabilitation Accreditation Commission (CARF) since 
1992 and committed to the prevention & treatment of psychological and social prob-
lems in the Arab-American, Chaldean, and mainstream community. ACC is com-
mitted to providing comprehensive, culturally sensitive and competent outpatient behavioral health services that are cost effective, consumer-driven and represent 
the highest standards of the profession. ACC’s five conveniently located outpatient clinics in Oakland, Macomb, and Wayne counties offer quality behavioral health 
services.

iAmerica Center                 
Locations:
8594 N. Canton Center
Canton, MI 48187
&
1061 Inkster
Garden City, MI 48135
&
19445 W. Warren Ave.
Detroit, MI 48228
&
3120 Carpenter Ave. Suite 211
Hamtramck, MI 48212
&
25350 Eureka
Taylor, MI 48180
Phone: 313-307-0088
Email: info@iamericacenter.com
Website: https://www.iamericacenter.org
We are committed to serve individuals and families facing educational, socioeconom-ically, health or mental health disparities despite their heritage and beliefs while fost-
ering economic, cultural and social empowerment. Every one of our staff is also cult-urally competent in order to serve you with respect. Most of our staff and providers 
aare fluent in Arabic, Chaldean, Hindu, Purdu, Punjabi, Ukrainian, Russian, Spanish 
and French. Our main focus is to advocate for the underserved: the Non-English 
speaker such as individuals from African and Asian American communities. Offers 
a wide variety of services!

AWBS Integrated Care 
Corporate Office:
1423 Field 
Detroit, MI 48214
Phone: 313-924-7860
Website: https://awbs.org
AWBS has six locations in Wayne and Macomb counties and a dedicated staff that 
works to offer persons served the resources necessary to enjoy a full and meaningful 
life. Our services include: mental health, intellectual developmental disabilities, sub- stance use disorder treatment and prevention, integrated healthcare and HIV/AIDS prevention.

Common Ground Sanctuary   (See NEW URGENT PROGRAM above!)
Administrative Office:
1410 S. Telegraph  
Bloomfield Hills, MI 48302 
Phone: 248-456-8150
Website: www.commongroundhelps.org
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The Sanctuary (Ages 10-17)
751 Hendrie Blvd.
Royal Oak, MI  48067
Phone: 248-547-2260
Common Ground operates a free and safe 24-hour shelter for at-risk youth. The 
Sanctuary offers a 3-week residential program, out-patient counseling, and pro-
motes family reunification. The program has NO GEOGRAPHICAL RESTRICTIONS.
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Resource and Crisis Center 
1200 N. Telegraph 
Pontiac, MI 48341
Phone: -248-451-2600
We offer a short-term (1 to 14 day) voluntary alternative to inpatient psychiatric hos- pitalization for adults ready to actively participate in a trauma-informed, recover 
focused treatment environment. 
Services include:
NOTE: Admission to the Crisis Residential Unit requires prior authorization through 
our Oakland Assessment Crisis Intervention Service (OACIS). 

Wolverine Human Services
Administrative Office:
15100 Mack Ave.
Grosse Pointe Park, MI  48230
Phone: 800-214-6186 
Website: https://www.wolverinehs.org/services/residential-treatment/programs/substance-abuse
Drug and alcohol addictions are serious issues affecting today’s youth. Research indicates that early introduction to treatment tends to lead to a higher rate of suc-
cessful recoveryWolverine Human Services (WHS) has developed several spec-
ialized programs to meet the needs of a diverse population of adolescents. 


METRO DETROIT & WAYNE COUNTY:

C-ASIST
Family Health Clinic
23100 Cherry Hill    Suite 9
Dearborn, MI  48124
Phone: 313-670-9943
Email: info@fhc.c-asist.org
Website: https://c-asist.org/#
All Clinic Services are rendered by VOLUNTEER healthcare providers (physicians, 
Nurse Practitioners, or Physician Assistants), Pharmacists, Social Workers, Mental 
Health Counselors, and other qualified clinic staff members. Mental and behavioral 
health screenings, treatment, & referral.

SAMARITAN CENTER 
5555 Conner   Suite  #2210
Detroit, MI  48213
Phone: 313-579-4400
Website: https://samaritan-center.com
Holy Cross Samaritan Center Located in the former Mercy Hospital complex, the Samaritan Center offers a multi-faceted community resource center for neighbor-
hoods in the Conner Avenue & I-94 area of Detroit’s East Side.

AFFIRMATIONS /  Affirmations’ Counseling Services
290 W. 9 Mile 
Ferndale, MI 48220
Phone: 248-398-7105
Email: mmccallister@goaffirmations.org  Michelle 
Website: https://goaffirmations.org/health-and-wellness
Affirmations’ Counseling Services:
Through individual and couples counseling, Affirmations offers support during 
difficult phases of life and helps individuals and couples explore important issues 
such as healthy relationships, sexual orientation, gender identity, self-esteem, con- fidence, and personal growth. We offer LGBTQ-affirming counseling services in a 
safe and welcoming environment for people of all cultures, ethnicities, sexual 
orientations, and gender identities. We work with individuals and couples in S.E.  Michigan. 
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Affirmations counseling services can assist adults aged 18 and over. Sliding fee 
scale and some insurance accepted. 

Matrix Human Services
Central Office:
1400 Woodbridge
Detroit, MI  48207
Phone: 877-931-3248
Website: https://www.matrixhumanservices.org/covid-community-health
Community Health:
During these challenging times, this pandemic could negatively impact a person’s 
coping skills. We are here to provide virtual support to our clients living with HIV, 
as well as anyone diagnosed with HIV/AIDS (new individuals included) as we are 
still doing intakes via the phone. Matrix has multiple health professionals, includ-
ing services to those living with HIV.

ICNA RELIEF / Muslim Family Services ​
12500 Mitchell
Detroit, MI  48212
&
12346 McDougall
Detroit, MI  48212
Phone: 313-366-6800
Website: https://muslimfamilyservices.org
We offer full range of services to individuals, couples, and families of all backgrounds. The mission of ICNA Relief’s Muslim Family Services is to provide a compassionate support system through our programs which will nourish, flourish, and facilitate the success of our community. 
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Counseling Services:
MFS requires all counselors to be licensed to provide counseling in the following specialized areas, premarital, marriage, adolescents, individual and family counsel-
ing, domestic violence prevention and intervention, trauma, bereavement and Islamic counseling. Counselors also provide psychiatric evaluations and referrals.
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Muslim Family Services offers culturally appropriate counseling to individuals and families of all cultures and ethnicities with a holistic approach. MFS arranges sess-
ions with qualified licensed counselors in an Islamic atmosphere with the clients’ 
privacy in mind.

Hegira Health, Inc.   (formerly Community Care Services)
Administrative Offices:
37450 Schoolcraft  Suite 110
Livonia, MI 48150
Phone: 734-458-4601
Email: info@hegirahealth.org
Website: https://www.hegirahealth.org
Today, HHI is one of Michigan's largest freestanding, integrated behavioral health-
care organizations, providing a wide variety of mental health and substance abuse treatment services to individuals of all ages. It is HHI's goal to ensure the availability
of quality, individualized, and rapidly accessible integrated behavioral healthcare & prevention services to individuals and families of all income levels. Has multiple 
locations!

Neighborhood Service Organization (NSO) 
NSO Corporate Office / NSO Bell Building
882 Oakman Blvd.
Detroit, MI  48238
Phone: 313-961-4890
Website: https://www.nso-mi.org
OUR MISSION: 
We are a health and human service agency that strengthens communities through 
bold outreach services and holistic programs for vulnerable ​populations...changing 
lives one person at a time.

Wayne State University Psychology Clinic         
5229 Cass Ave.
Detroit, MI   48202
Phone: 313-577-2222
Email: clas.wayne.edu/psychclinicah2555@wayne.edu
Website: http://clasweb.clas.wayne.edu/psychclinic 
Our mission is to:
1.  To provide first-rate and affordable psychological services especially psychological            assessment and psychotherapy
2.  To train Ph.D. students in the most advanced psychological techniques
3.  To conduct research on the origins, assessment, and treatment of psychological                  problems

St. Francis Cabrini Clinic of the Most Holy Trinity Catholic Church
1234 Porter
Detroit MI  48226-2407
Phone: 313-961-7863  
Website:  www.cabriniclinic.org
Located in historic Corktown near downtown Detroit, St. Frances Cabrini Clinic
sponsored by Most Holy Trinity Church and managed by Trinity Health is the 
oldest free clinic in the nation. Our volunteer providers make primary care, pres-
cription assistance, and mental health care available to uninsured adults in Detroit.
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Robert R. Frank Student-Run Free Clinic
1234 Porter
​Detroit, MI  48226  
Phone: 313-444-5555
Website: https://www.frankclinic.org 
Free Care for the Uninsured:
We accept all patients who are uninsured, regardless of ability to provide proof of 
income.
Free Medications and Lab work:
​We are able to provide a number of medications and lab tests free of charge.
Free Referral Network:
We provide access to an extensive mental health, and specialty care referral network.

Detroit Department of Human Services Gratiot Substance Abuse Clinic 
3506 Gratiot
Detroit, MI  48207
Phone:  313-887-6761    Intake Number: 313-887-6757
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Mailing Address:
3506 Gratiot Ave.
Detroit, MI  48207
Website: https://www.drug-rehab-headquarters.com/michigan/ facility/department-of-human-services-dhs-detroit
Department of Human Services (DHS) (Gratiot Clinic) is an alcohol rehab program focusing on substance abuse treatment services. Providing substance abuse treat-
ment, detoxification, and methadone maintenance with out- patient care. Persons 
with HIV or AIDS are supported for drug treatment. Medicaid and self-payment is accepted with sliding fee scales and payment assistance. Includes ASL or other assistance for the hearing impaired.

Detroit Central City Community Mental Health, Inc.           
Mental Health Services Location:
10 Peterboro 
Detroit, MI  48201
Phone: 313-831-3160   800-241-4949 Crisis Helpline  
Website: 
https://centralcityhealth.com/services/services/MENTAL-HEALTH-SERVICES
Central City Integrated Health has been serving the residents of Detroit and Wayne County since 1972, providing whole health wellness services to all people, regardless 
of their situation. CCIH has a strong bond to the community and does not discriminate based on race, color, religion, gender, gender expression, age, national origin, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, military status, or inability to pay for services.

CareFirst Community Health Services               
8097 Decatur 
Detroit, MI  48228
Phone: 313-846-5020
Website: www.care-first.org
A premiere service agency that provides quality, comprehensive, integrated behavioral health services in substance abuse /mental health to culturally diverse individuals and families in Detroit and surrounding areas.

Western Wayne Family Health Center                 
2500 Hamlin                                                            
Inkster, MI  48141                                                    
Phone:  313-561-5100
Website: https://www.wwfhc.org
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Western Wayne Family Health Center of Taylor
26650 Eureka   Suite C
Taylor, MI  48180
Phone:  734-941-4991
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Western Wayne Family Health Center of Lincoln Park       
25650 W. Outer Dr. 
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! 

Southwest Counseling Solutions 
Administration Office:
1700 Waterman Ave.
Detroit, MI  48209
Phone: 313-841-8900
Website:  www.swol.org
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Youth Services
2051 Rosa Parks Blvd.
Detroit, MI  48216
Phone: 313-963-2266
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Child & Family Services
3627 W. Vernor Hwy.
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. 

Northeast Guidance Center Family Life Center
Conner Campus:       
2900 Conner   Building A
Detroit, MI  48215
Phone:  313-308-1400
&
Motor City Clubhouse:
2900 Conner  Building B
Detroit, MI  48215
Phone:  313-824-5623
&
Adult Services:
12800 E. Warren 
Detroit, MI  48215
Phone:  313-824-8000
&
Child Services:
20303 Kelly 
Detroit, MI  48225 
Phone: 313-245-7000
Website: https://neguidance.org
Northeast Guidance Center (NEGC) is a community-based mental health agency foun-
ded by the Junior League of Detroit in 1963 to provide services to children on Detroit’s east side. Our mission is to provide innovative, community-based services to children and adults and their families promoting mental health with an emphasis on total well- ness. NEGC serves over 1000 children and 3500 adults annually. 

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

Operation Get Down Inc. 
10100 Harper Ave.                 
Detroit, MI  48213
Phone: 313-921-9422 #223
Website: www.operationgetdown.org
Operation Get Down provides consumers with services and treatment programs 
on an outpatient and inpatient basis. Our programs require consumers to attend 
a combination of therapies and classes, including group therapy & didactic lectures 
that emphasize CBT, or cognitive behavior therapy. CBT is a form of psychotherapy
that focuses on the role that thought and feelings play in our behavior. Motivational interviews also are a centerpiece of therapy, with an emphasis on a person-to-person form of guiding consumers in order to elicit & strengthen motivational factors.

Black Family Development, Inc. 
Administrative Office:
2995 E. Grand Blvd.
Detroit, MI  48202
Phone: 313-758-0150 
&
Samaritan Center
5555 Conner Ave.  Suite 1038
Detroit, MI  48213
Phone: 313-308-0255 
Website: https://www.blackfamilydevelopment.org
Mental Health Services offered through Black Family Development, Inc., designed 
to address specific emotional, behavioral, academic & environmental needs of youth 
and families so they may function at their ideal level in all life domains. 
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Participants are identified as youth ages 5-17 ½ and their families. In the case of documented medical necessity, youth can be served up to 21 years of age. Staff specialize in serving youth, and their families, who may have social challenges, educational challenges, disruptive behaviors, and/or a mental health disturbances. Services are aimed at enhancing the youth’s and family’s ability to succeed and are provided along the continuum of care from mild case management to home-based 
level of care to address the most intensive needs experienced by families.

Detroit Rescue Mission Ministries (DRMM)
Administration Office:
150 Stimson
Detroit, MI  48201
Phone:  313-993-4700
Website:  https://drmm.org
Services for addicted people at Detroit Rescue Mission Ministries include two major programs, sub-acute sub- stance abuse detoxification and substance abuse treatment. 
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A wide variety of agencies such as the MI Dept. 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 pop- ulations. 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 
Detroit, MI  48210
Phone:  313-846-3718   Administration
              313-846-6030   Clinic
Website: https://www.aihfs.org
Our Behavioral Health Department employs highly trained and experienced thera-
pists as well as graduate students in training who are committed to assisting com-
munity members in finding solutions to a variety of problems. These include, but 
are not limited to, personal issues, family problems, school difficulties, & workplace concerns within the cultural community and the larger community. Our services incorporate cultural traditions and other evidence-based therapies as well as other community support services.

Starfish Family Services 
Administration Office:    
3000 Hiveley                
Inkster, MI  48141                       
Phone: 734-728-3400   24 Hour Crisis Line:  866-672-4357
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Michigan Avenue Building Administrative Offices
26429 Michigan Ave.
Inkster, MI  48141
Phone: 313-429-5965
Website: https://www.starfishfamilyservices.org/services/counseling-services
Are you or your child struggling with emotional or behavioral challenges? As a parent 
or caregiver, are you stressed, overwhelmed, or in need of support? You are not alone. Our experienced team of professionals are here for you and your family.
Who is eligible for Starfish services? 
We offer free (must be income eligible) services for families with children and young people ages birth to 21. We also accept most private insurances.

Westwood Teen Health Center
25912 Annapolis
Inkster, MI  48141
Phone: 313-565-2174 
Website: https://www.beaumont.org/locations/beaumont-teen-health-center-westwood
The Beaumont Teen Health Center – Westwood is a school-based health center located next to Tomlinson Middle School. We serve ages 10 to 21 years old living in Wayne County. All insurance/ no insurance accepted.

The Guidance Center
13101 Allen
Southgate, MI  48195
Phone: 734-785-7700   After-Hours Crisis Hotline 888-711-5465 
Website: https://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. 

Salvation Army Adult Rehabilitation Center
Phone: 800-728-7825
Website: https://www.salvationarmyusa.org/usn/combat-addiction
The Salvation Army has more no-fee rehabilitation facilities than any other program 
in America. For more than 100 years, The Salvation Army’s Adult Rehabilitation Cen-
ters and Harbor Light Center programs have offered spiritual, emotional, & social assistance to those who have lost the ability to cope with their problems & provide 
for themselves. Our no-cost programs provide housing, food, counseling, community, and employment as we work to treat the symptoms, and ultimately the root causes, of prolonged alcohol and drug dependence.

Life Challenge of Southeastern Michigan     
17667 Pierson 
Detroit, MI  48219
Phone:  313-531-0111
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Flint
1230 Dupont 
Flint, MI  48504
Website: https://lcministries.org
Life Challenge is a one-year residential program for men and women with drug, 
alcohol, and other life-controlling addictions. Affiliated with Teen Challenge USA, International, our goal is more than rehabilitation helping men and women get 
clean and sober. Our purpose is to make fully devoted followers of Jesus Christ. 
Consequently, we seek to help men and women turn from their self-destructive 
ways and put their faith in God. We emphasize Bible study, counseling, and 
Christian community. Life Challenge has campuses in Detroit, Flint and Lansing, 
along with a crisis referral center in Toledo. 

All programs offer a highly structured environment providing a unique opportunity 
for people to separate themselves temporarily from the normal distractions of life 
and give needed attention to personal spiritual growth. 

TEAM WELLNESS 
Eastern Market Clinic
2925 Russell 
Detroit, MI  48207
Phone: 313-396-5300  Toll Free: 888-813-TEAM (8326)
    TTY: 313-396-4270   Crisis: 313-258-3842
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Team East Clinic
6309 Mack Ave.
Detroit, MI  48207
Phone: 313-331-3435   Toll Free: 888-813-TEAM
&
Southgate Clinic
14799 Dix-Toledo 
Southgate, MI  48195
Phone: 734-324-8326   Toll Free: 888-813-TEAM
    TTY: 734-324-8327    Crisis: 313-258-4758
Website: http://teamwellnesscenter.com
They are committed to providing the highest degree of quality of life to members at each stage of treatment. From their initial assessment to their continued rehabilitation and recovery, TWC members can be assured they will be supported by their psychiatrist along their journey. Our Specialized Psychiatrists, Nurse Practitioners, and Registered Nurses provide care to the members through careful evaluation, regular monitoring, to ensure the individual’s symptoms are managed in the safest and most effective manner.

Capuchin Soup Kitchen 
1820 Mount Elliot 
Detroit, MI  48207 
Phone: 313-579-2100
&
Capuchin Service Center
6333 Medbury 
Detroit, MI  48211
Phone: 313-925-1370
&
Jefferson House
8311 E. Jefferson
Detroit, MI
Phone: 313-331-8900
Website: https://www.cskdetroit.org
Substance Abuse
We host a 12-step study four mornings at week at alternating kitchens:
The Capuchin Soup Kitchen also sponsors Jefferson House, a twelve-bed, residen-
tial treatment facility for indigent males seeking to reclaim their lives from addictions. Residents normally complete their rehabilitation in six to nine months. During that 
time they learn to practice honesty, courage and other virtues essential to recovery 
and to the development of a sober, healthy and happy life. They participate in twelve-
step recovery meetings and are encouraged to continue such participation following 
their departure from Jefferson House. The program also provides opportunity to work
at other Capuchin Soup Kitchen locations, for which the men are paid a modest stipend. New residents to Jefferson House are admitted via referral from inpatient substance 
abuse treatment programs


LENAWEE COUNTY:

Lenawee County Mental Health Authority
1040 S. Winter   #1022
Adrian, MI  49221
Phone: 517-263-8905   800-664-5005
Website: https://www.lcmha.org
Lenawee Community Mental Health Authority (LCMHA) is a governmental tax-exempt organization, devoted to the management, delivery, and oversight of publicly funded behavioral health services. We provide or manage a full array of services to adults & children with mental health / emotional disturbances, persons with substance use disorders and persons with developmental disabilities.

Catholic Charities of Jackson, Lenawee and Hillsdale Counties 
199 N. Broad 
Adrian, MI 49221 
Phone: 517-263-2191
Website: https://www.catholiccharitiesjlhc.org/individual-family-marital#Counseling
Catholic Charities of Jackson, Lenawee and Hillsdale Counties staffs masters-level therapists to provide individual, family, and marital therapy in Jackson, Lenawee, 
and Hillsdale counties. 


MACOMB COUNTY:

Macomb County Community Mental Health Crisis Line
Phone: 586-307-9100   24/7
The Crisis Line is available anytime for FREE confidential help. 

Trinity Community Care
47511 Van Dyke Ave.
Shelby Twp., MI  48317
Phone: 586-649-3014
Email: trinitycommunitycare@gmail.com
Website: https://trinitycommunitycare.org
Provides free medical and dental care to those who cannot afford it, delivered with unconditional Christian love. Services they provide:  primary care, dental services, pharmacy & mental health counseling. Must be 19 or older and have household in-
come at or below 250% of the Federal poverty level & be uninsured or underinsured.

Macomb Family Services
36975 Utica  #104
Clinton Twp., MI  48036
Phone: 586-226-3440
Website: https://macombfamily.org/services/mental-health
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.

CARE of Southeast Michigan 
MAIN Office:
31900 Utica 
Fraser, MI  48026
Phone: 586-541-CARE
&
Recovery United Community Center
32577 Garfield 
Fraser, MI  48026
Phone: 586-552-1120
Website: https://www.careofsem.com/clinical-treatment-services
CARE of Southeastern Michigan provides a wide range of services to help those 
facing all kinds of challenges. Not sure what kind of help you might need? Call 
CARE to talk to one of our trained and knowledgeable staff members. They can 
help guide you to the right service and even make an appointment for you — 
whether it’s for mental health therapy or a medical condition, our staff knows 
how to help.


MONROE COUNTY

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

MONROE CARES 
6206 Greenwycke Lane
Monroe, MI  48161
Phone: 734-636-6645
Email: monroecares@gmail.com
Website: http://monroecarescoalition.org
Mission:
Monroe Cares Coalition is a grassroots organization committed to providing our community with education, programming, and assistance navigating resources 
for those struggling with any mental illness and assist in prevention, early inter-
vention, and recovery from mental ailments and disorders, modeling hope for an 
end to stigma and discrimination, and a life free from the continued presence of symptoms.

Monroe County Substance Abuse Coalition      
216 N. Monroe 
Monroe, MI  48162 
Phone:  734-242-1331
Website:  www.monroedrugfree.org

ProMedica Outpatient Behavioral Health Services
700 Stewart   Suite 105
Monroe, MI  48162
Phone: 734-240-1760
Website: https://www.promedica.org/monroe-regional-hospital/Pages/specialty-services/behavioral-health.aspx 
Offers outpatient therapy to individual 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  
Monroe, MI  48161 
Phone:  734-243-6659
Website:  www.hopenetwork.org 
Hope Network served residents of Monroe County who have a developmental dis-ability 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 
Monroe, MI  48161
Phone: 734-457-KIDZ  (5439)
&
Family Counseling and Shelter Services
14930 LaPlaisance   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 S. Custer 
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. 

Catholic Charities of Monroe County
14930 Laplaisance    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. 


OAKLAND COUNTY:

Oakland County Health Network 
1200 N. Telegraph
Pontiac, MI  48343
Phone: 248-858-1210
Email: health@oakgov.com
Website: https://www.oakgov.com/health/information/Pages/community-health-resources.aspx 
Mental health services for adults and children with serious mental illness, emotional disturbances and develop- mental disabilities.

Easterseals Michigan
2399 E. Walton Blvd.
Auburn Hills, MI  48326 
Phone: 248-475-6400   800-75-SEALS Toll Free
Website: https://www.easterseals.com/michigan/our-programs/adult-services/
behavioral-health.html
All services are culturally competent and provided in English or Spanish.  

Maplegrove Family Programs / Maplegrove Center 
6773 W. Maple 
West Bloomfield, MI  48322
Phone: 248-661-6100
Website: https://www.henryford.com/locations/maplegrove
Henry Ford Maplegrove Center is the premier addiction treatment facility in Metro 
Detroit, offering residential rehabilitation, detoxification and the full scope of out-
patient care, including virtual care options.

Grace Centers of Hope
35 E. Huron 
Pontiac, MI  48342
Phone: 248-334-2187 ext. 1123 
Email:  info@gracecentersofhope.org
Website: https://www.gracecentersofhope.org/about-us
Eligibility for Emergency Shelter or Life Skills Program: 
1.  18 years of age or older
2.  Children accompanied by parent or legal guardian
3.  Must have valid I.D.
4.  Homeless, addicted and/or victim of domestic violence
In the event you are not eligible for our program or we have reached our capacity, 
we will strive to find programming suitable for your needs.

Centro Multicultural LaFamila
35 W. Huron   Suite #100
Pontiac, MI  48342
Phone: 248-858-7800
Website: https://www.centromulticultural.org
MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAM
Our bilingual staff offers specialized counseling services for children, adolescents,
adults and families in the areas of mental health, depression, anxiety & other issues. 
We provide brief interventions and solution-focused therapy to help clients improve 
their quality of life. Also, we host individual, family and group counseling and several groups for children going through difficult times. 
VENTANILLA DE SALUD & HEALTH WORKSHOPS
Staff and volunteers provide health education on topics such as cancer, depression, anxiety, etc. 

Oakland Family Services Programs & Central Administration 
Children's Learning Center 
114 Orchard Lake 
Pontiac, MI  48341
Phone: 248-858-7766    877-742-8264 Toll-Free
Email: info@ofsfamily.org 
Website: https://www.oaklandfamilyservices.org/specialized-services-for-youth
Specialized Services for Youth is a program for families with a child or teen, ages 
6-21, suffering from severe emotional, behavioral or psychological stress. Through Specialized Services for Youth, we provide individual, family and group counseling 
as well as case management, in-home services, peer and parent support, respite 
and psychiatric services. Parents or caregivers interested in having their child re-
ceive services from the agency must first contact Oakland Community Health Net-
work (OCHN), which will determine eligibility. OCHN funds Specialized Services
for Youth, which is provided by Oakland Family Services to youth with Medicaid insurance that is determined eligible by OCHN.
&
Day One 
Day One is Oakland Family Services' mental health and substance use counseling program. We offer caring, confidential, research-based therapy for people of all ages
for anxiety, depression, family trauma, and drug and alcohol addiction. Day One also offers the Project Recovery Intensive Services for Mothers (PRISM) program, which provides pregnant women and mothers with one-on-one and group therapy, as well 
as skill-building sessions, and transportation and childcare, when needed.  


WASHTENAW COUNTY:

Community Mental Health     
555 Towner 
Ypsilanti, MI  48198
Phone: 734-544-3000   CRISIS HOTLINE: 734-544-3050
&
110 N. 4th Ave. 
Ann Arbor, MI
Phone: 734-544-3050
&
2140 E. Ellsworth
Ann Arbor, MI 
Phone: 734-544-3050 
1.  Outpatient mental health
2.  Counseling sessions
3.  Nurse monitor meds., doctor, psychologist, case manager
4.  Adults- diagnosis is needed prior to treatment
5.  Adolescents- no diagnosis prior to treatment, CMH clinician makes diagnosis
6.  Last resort provider for people who need a higher level of care (ie: case manager-               home visits; unable to function fully independent) What, (if any) are the restrictions
     / barriers?
7.  Meet with clinician to determine if they are eligible
8.  Only accepts Medicaid

Community Crisis Response Team (CCRT)
2051 S. State 
Ann Arbor, MI  48104 
Phone: 734-994-8048
CCRT provides community-based crisis intervention to individuals and their families experiencing a psychiatric crisis.

Washtenaw County Services
220 N. Main
Ann Arbor, MI  48104
Phone: 734-544-3050   24/7 services & mobile crisis services 
Website: https://www.washtenaw.org
WCCMH services are available to those individuals who meet criteria, have Medi-
caid and/or appear to have urgent / emergent needs which could result in harm
if not addressed within 48 hours of the request. Michigan Dept. of Health and 
Human Services (MDHHS) and the Medicaid Provider Manual set the three priority 
populations group definitions and priority categories for WCCMH.

LGBTQ+ Affirming Therapy Services Program 
Washtenaw County Health Dept. / United Way of Washtenaw County
Phone: 734-544-6700
Website: https://standwithtrans.org/lgbtq-affirming-therapy-services
Stand with Trans has available funding from United Way of Washtenaw County
to provide access to LGBTQ+ affirming mental health care for transgender and 
non-binary youth (and families when needed) who don’t have the funds to cover 
the session costs or do not have health insurance. The person receiving services
must live in Washtenaw County and be 13-24 years old. 

The Corner Health Center
47 N. Huron
Ypsilanti , MI  48197
Phone: 734-484-3600
Website: https://www.cornerhealth.org
The Corner Health Center offers a full range of medical services to keep you healthy.
Medical care for 12 to 25 year old's and their children.
Mental Health:
Young people have a lot to balance in life. If you are feeling overwhelmed by school, 
work, family, or friends, then it is important to get support. At the Corner, there are 
psychiatrists and counselors who will listen and help you through difficult times. 

PACKARD HEALTH ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICES
5200 Venture Dr.
Ann Arbor, MI  48108
&
Packard Health Main 
3174 Packard
Ann Arbor, MI  48108
Phone: 734-971-1073
&
Packard Health West 
1915 Pauline Blvd.
Ann Arbor, MI  48103
Phone: 734-926-4900 #5
&
Packard Health Ypsilanti 
200 Arnet   Suite 150 (first floor)
Ypsilanti, MI  48198
Phone: 734- 985-7200 #5
Website: https://packardhealth.org
Services include:

Dawn Farm
6633 Stoney Creek Road 
Ypsilanti, MI 48197
Phone: 734-485-8725   734-669-8265
&
Spera (detoxification) Ann Arbor
502 W. Huron
Ann Arbor, MI  48104
Phone: 734-669-8265
&
Outpatient Services Ann Arbor
315 N. Main  1st Floor
Ann Arbor, MI  48104
Phone: 734-821-0216
Website: https://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  Suite 200
Ann Arbor, MI  48104
Phone: 734-769-0209
Email: info@jfsannarbor.org
Website: https://jfsannarbor.org
JFS Counseling Services are:
1.  Provided by licensed, experienced and compassionate counselors.
2.  Confidential, safe and supportive.
3.  Individualized assessments and treatment plans.
4.  For individuals, couples and families.
5.  Covered by many insurance providers and Medicare and Medicaid.
6.  Accredited by CARF International
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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.

Catholic Social Services of Washtenaw County
CSSW Main Building:
4925 Packard 
Ann Arbor, MI  48108
Phone: 734-971-9781
Website: https://csswashtenaw.org/bhs/counseling
Behavioral Health Counseling Services
Licensed social workers and psychologists offer families, couples, and individual
in-depth assessment and therapy designed for the specific needs of each client.
Substance abuse assessment and treatment are also available. When appropriate, 
the program provides on-site psychiatric evaluation and medication monitoring.
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Individual Counseling
Individual substance abuse counseling is provided for individuals struggling with moderate to serious drug & alcohol abuse issues. more productive. Fees are asses-
sed on a sliding scale. CSSW is an authorized provider for many insurance and 
managed care plans. Clients are encouraged to check whether their policy covers 
substance abuse services. A prior authorization may be required. Fees are assessed 
on a sliding scale. CSSW is an authorized provider for most insurance and managed 
care plans. Clients are encouraged to check whether their policy covers mental health services. A prior authorization may be required.

Full Circle Community Center
750 Towner Dr. 
Ypsilanti,  MI  48198
Phone: 734-485-2020
Website: http://www.mhweb.org/washtenaw/fullcircle.htm
Full Circle is an activity center which provides social and recreational rehabilitation opportunities to adult consumers of mental health services. The goal of the program
is to operate an entirely consumer-run community activity center. Full circle provides 
five weekly peer support groups, two dual recovery support groups and many weekly recreational activities. 

SYNOD HELPS 
615 S. Mansfield 
P.O. Box 980465 
Ypsilanti, MI  48198
Phone: 734-483-9363 
Email: info@synodhelps.org 
Website: http://www.synodhelps.org/who-we-serve/safety-net-for-mental-illness
Synod Community Services was founded to provide essential mental health safety 
net services for those with chronic and persistent mental illness in Washtenaw Co. 
Today, Synod provides essential services in three counties and works with individ-
uals facing a variety of challenges from mental illness to addiction disorders.
Essential safety net services include:
To ensure access to services, Synod’s residential programs are staffed 24 hours 
a day, 7 days a week.
Substance Abuse Recovery / The Co-op:
People with serious mental illness often struggle with substance abuse and home-
lessness. According to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Association, between 
20 and 50 percent of clients in mental health settings have a co-occurring substance 
use disorder and approximately 35% of all homeless adults suffer from a mental illness. Yet there are few programs designed to address both disorders and provide supportive housing. In Ann Arbor, the only program fulfilling all three functions is the Co-op run by Synod Community Services.
&
The Co-op, located in Ann Arbor, is a single-room occupancy program offering sober housing with on-site staff support for to up to six men. Tenants share common areas 
and, in addition to recovery services, receive support learning self-sufficient skills including cooking, laundry, budgeting and cleaning. Many of the men who move to
the Co-op are homeless.

The Women's Center of Southeastern Michigan 
1100 Victors Way  #10
Ann Arbor, MI  48108-5220
Phone: 734-973-6779
Email: info@womenscentersemi.org
Website: https://womenscentersemi.org
The Women’s Center promotes self-determination for women and families by provid-
ing professional services that build confidence, strengthen connections, and create positive change.

Spera DETOX
502 W. Huron 
Ann Arbor, MI  48103
Phone: (INTAKE): 734-669-8265   Open 24 Hours 
Who are the services for?

Engagement Center
103 Arnet 
Ypsilanti, MI  48197    Open 24 Hours    Need a safe place for 1 night? 734-879-1101
1.    Overnight sobering facility
2.    Intakes and screenings done 24 hours
3.    Load of laundry, medical monitoring, a hot meal
4.    Overnight shelter (limited to 8 beds- first come, first serve)
5.    Referral to other resources for treatment 
6.    Anyone actively seeking treatment or recently/currently used
7.    Washtenaw, Lenawee, Livingston, and Monroe Counties
8.    Men and Women age 18+
9.    No insurance needed for the center (referrals may require some form of ins. 
       or payment) What (if any) are the restrictions/barriers?
10.  Must have a substance use disorder
11.  Does not accept anyone under 18-years-old
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