Mission: To coordinate and support the socio-economic, educational, health, and cultural needs of the arab-american and chaldean community and other communities in the greater metropolitan detroit area.
Programs: Behavioral health - the council's behavior health division is a comprehensive community-based outpatient program committed to the prevention and treatment of psychological and social problems in the arab-american, chaldean, and mainstream community. The program helps clients develop their inner potential and empowers them to become valuable and productive members of the community.
public health - the council's public health division focuses on implementing preventative methods to improve the quality of life through community education and research. Their goal is to increase the health quality and longevity of the targeted arab-chaldean population, in addition to the mainstream population, by increasing early detection and prevention measures.
social services - the council's health and human service agency is the only agency housed within the department of human services. Located within 13 offices throughout the tri-county area, the division assists clients with all needs related to the department of human services.