Mission: To provide behavioral health services to children and adults with a mental illness, co-occurring disorder, substance abuse disorder, or a developmental disability, empowering them to acheive a higher quality of life.
Programs: Residential homes: provides semi-independent living for those in need with disabilities. Services include skill building for community living, such as cooking, shopping, interpersonal and social skills, coordination of doctor appointments and medication.
outpatient: provide therapy and psychiatric services to clients for any type of mental health
case management: assistance for treatment planning, including counseling, goal development, skill building, medication reviews, pyschiatric evaluation and assessment, substance abuse evaluation and assessment, etc. By coordinating services, resources, and benefits. Case managers monitor the individuals progress, mental status, and coordinate care with other treatment professionals is the persons life.
adult foster care morc: provides support coordination for developmentally disabled population in macomb and oakland counties out of county: provides case management and psychiatric services to mentally ill and developmentally disabled population crisis homes: licensed homes providing transitional services to those in crisis for up to a two week period of time, in order to avoid hospitalization