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Support for your Mental Health

Many organizations exist to help you #TakeCareofYou

Detroit Wayne Integrated Health Network: Provides Wayne County residents access to a full array of mental health and behavioral health services that help individuals maximize their level of function and create opportunities for quality of life. www.dwihn.org 800-­241-­4949 www.dwihn.org/programs-services/

Michigan Tri-County Trauma Recovery Network: A team of EMDR trained clinicians, who volunteer and effectively respond to trauma and provide mental health support in times of crisis, are offering up to 10 virtual EMDR and crisis counseling sessions (free of charge) to first responders.

New Oakland Family Services: Provides support, information, referrals, crisis intervention and stabilization services 24/7 to children and adults in Wayne County. www.newoakland.org

Hegira Health: Offers specialized mental health and substance abuse treatment programs to individuals of all ages, as well as, 24/7 crisis intervention (18yrs+) at their Community Outreach for Psychiatric Emergencies (C.O.P.E.) facility. www.hegirahealth.org and www.cope24-7.net

Growth Works: Serving youth, adults and families in Western Wayne and surrounding areas with a focus of juvenile justice, substance use disorders and family interventions. Recovery support groups are available during COVID-19. www.gwcares.org

Starfish Family Services: Partners with families across metro Detroit to provide support services that focus on early childhood education and  development, behavioral health wellness, and empowering parents to have access to the right resources at the right time. www.starfishfamilyservices.org

PCS Counseling: Offers interactive workshops and a unique personal growth community where you can create meaningful connections and learn actionable tools to make tangible change in yourself and your life. www.pcs­counseling.com

DBSA Metro Detroit (Depression & Bipolar Support Alliance): Provides hope, support, education and support groups across Wayne County to individuals diagnosed with mood disorders, their families and friends. www.dbsametrodetroit.org

NAMI Metro (National Alliance on Mental Illness): Provides education and support groups across Wayne County for family members, caregivers and individuals living with a mental health condition. www.namimetro.org

Headspace for ALL Michiganders: Mindfulness activities to help you stress less, move more, sleep more soundly and improve your everyday life, especially during COVID-19. www.headspace.com/mi

Child Mind Institute: Offers parents an excellent A-­Z online resource for children’s mental health information. www.childmind.org

Mental Health America: Promotes early detection through online screening tools, education and support services. For an A-Z description of common mental health conditions visit  www.mhanational.org/conditions/view-all  Then take a Mental Health Test to help determine next steps at www.screening.mhanational.org/screening-tools 

Trevor Project: Provides crisis intervention, suicide prevention services and community resources (by phone, text, chat) to LGBTQ+ youth (under age 25). 866-­488­-7386 www.thetrevorproject.org

United Way: Call 211 or visit 211.org to find local resources and assistance with crisis support for abuse, sexual assault, bullying, suicidal thoughts, as well as employment, health care and housing.

Grief Support Organizations

New Hope Center for Grief Support: As a bereavement resource center for Southeast Michigan, New Hope is dedicated to bringing  hope, healing, and new beginnings  to adults and children grieving the death of a loved one through support groups, workshops and other direct grief support services.   www.newhopecenter.net

Angela Hospice: Offers individual and group support services, including one-on-one counseling (free of charge) to anyone in the community experiencing grief or difficulty coping with the death of a loved one. angelahospice.org/grief-support-programs/

Grief Support for COVID-19 Loss:

  • Provided by Angela Hospice, visit angelahospice.org/support-groups/ for more info on how to participate.
  • Provided by New Hope Center for Grief Support, call 248-348-0115 for times and teleconference meeting info.

Henry Ford SandCastles: Offers grief support across Metro Detroit to children, teens, and families who have experienced the death of a loved one. aboutsandcastles.org

The Dougy Center: Provides support for children, teens, young adults and their grieving families, as well as, support and training to individuals and organizations seeking to assist children in grief.  www.dougy.org

Support for our Veterans

Thank you for your sacrifice and service!

Michigan Veterans Affairs Agency: Connecting Veterans to Benefits and Resources, including mental health. www.michiganveterans.com/

  • Vet Centers provide counseling, outreach and referral services to combat veterans and their families.
  • Vet Center 24 hr Hotline: Vets can talk about their combat experience or any other issue as they readjust to civilian life. 877-WAR-VETS  (877-927-8387)
  • Dearborn Vet Center 313-277-1428
  • Detroit Vet Center 313-822-1141

Support Groups

You are not alone
Please contact each location for current information during COVID-19

Grief Support after a Suicide Loss:

  • Northville – Every Wednesday from 4:15 – 5:15pm at New Hope Center for Grief Support, 145 N Center St Suite E, Northville. Call 248-348-0115 for more info including teleconference.
  • Farmington Hills – Every 2nd and 4th Tuesday 6:30-8pm at Farmington Hills City Hall, 31555 W Eleven Mile Rd. Call 248-330-2474 for more info.
  • Gross Pointe – Every 1st and 3rd Wednesday, 7-8:30 pm at Grosse Pointe Memorial Church, 16 Lake Shore Dr, Grosse Pointe Farms. Contact Kevin’s Song for more info: kevinssong.org
  • Survivors of Suicide Loss Day – A day filled with events and activities in which survivors of suicide loss come together to find connection, understanding, and hope through their shared experience. Always the Saturday before Thanksgiving.

Support after a Suicide Attempt:

  • Royal Oak – 2nd Tuesday of every month, 7-8:30pm, at Beaumont Royal Oak Emergency Center, 3601 W 13 Mile Rd, Conf Rm B, Call 313-236-7109 for more info.

Support after a diagnosis of Depression and Bipolar (DBSA):

  • Plymouth – Every 2nd & 4th Tuesday, 6-7:30pm at Lincoln Behavioral Services, 14500 Sheldon Rd, Plymouth (behind Hilton Garden Inn at M-14). Contact Tim at 734-667-2138 for more info.
  • Westland – Every Monday from 7:30-9pm at Kirk of Our Savior Presbyterian Church, 36660 Cherry Hill Rd, Westland. Contact Dee at 313-300-2761 for more info.
  • Redford – Every Monday from 11am-12pm at Our Place Drop In Center, 12285 Dixie St, Suite 100, Redford. Contact Shelley at 313-543-3393 for more info.
  • Redford – Every 1st & 3rd Friday, 6-7:30pm at Our Place Drop In Center, 12285 Dixie St, Suite 100, Redford. Contact Tim at 734-667-2138 for more info.
  • Taylor (Family & Friends meeting) – Every 1st, 3rd & 5th Wednesday, 6-8pm at Oakwood- Beaumont Hospital (Mental Health Entrance), 10000 Telegraph Rd, Taylor (in the Partial Day Program dining room). Contact Kathy at 313-928-9093 for more info.
  • The Balanced Mind Parent Network (from the Depression & Bipolar Support Alliance) is an online support community where you’ll find connection, resources, and hope for the road ahead. www.dbsalliance.org

Supporting loved ones with a mental illness (NAMI Family Support Group):

  • Dearborn – Every 2nd Monday at 6:30pm at First Presbyterian Church, 600 N Brady St, Dearborn. Contact Shirley at 313-292-3324 for more info.
  • Detroit – Every 2nd Sunday at 12:30pm at Sacred Heart Activities Bldg, 3451 Rivard St, Detroit. Contact Cynthia at 313-873-9019 or Zoe at 313-784-9391 for more info.
  • Grosse Pointe – Every 1st & 3rd Monday at 7pm at Cottage Hospital Conference Room 1 (1st floor), 159 Kercheval, Grosse Pointe. Contact Barb at 313-886-8004 for more info.
  • Wyandotte – Every 3rd Wednesday at 10am at Henry Ford Hospital – Rehab Bldg, 2nd Floor Conference Room 232, 2333 Biddle Ave, Wyandotte. Contact Shirley at 313-292-3324 for more info.
  • Visit NAMI Metro support groups for more info during COVID-19

Support for families living with Substance Abuse (FAN):

Grief Support from Addiction & Overdose (FAN):

School Programs

Mental Health Education and Suicide Prevention

Training

Be a Mental Health Hero! Know the Signs and How to Help

Hegira Health provides QPR Training. Contact Melissa at 734-458-4601 x210 for more info.

Speakers

Topics include Anxiety, Stress, Lived Experience, Creating a culture of good mental health at home, at work and at school, and Warning signs of suicide.

Finding Calm

Activities to calm the mind and body

  • Butterfly Hug (bilateral tapping)
  • Breathing exercises
  • Using your senses (touch, sound, smell, sight, taste)
  • Moving your body (Yoga, exercise, going for a walk)
  • Mindfulness
  • Gratitude and Acts of Kindness
  • Meditation
  • Coloring, word search, puzzles, journaling
  • Resources like Headspace

Need to talk?

There’s always someone ready to listen 24/7

Support for your Mental Health

Many organizations exist to help you #TakeCareofYou

Common Ground Resource & Crisis Center: Provides information, referrals, support groups, crisis intervention (by phone, text, chat) and stabilization services 24/7 to children and adults in Oakland County. 800-231-1127 www.commongroundhelps.org

Michigan Tri-County Trauma Recovery Network: A team of EMDR trained clinicians, who volunteer and effectively respond to trauma and provide mental health support in times of crisis, are offering up to 10 virtual EMDR and crisis counseling sessions (free of charge) to first responders.

PCS Counseling: Offers interactive workshops and a unique personal growth community where you can create meaningful connections and learn actionable tools to make tangible change in yourself and your life. www.pcs­counseling.com

DBSA Metro Detroit (Depression & Bipolar Support Alliance): Provides hope, support, education and support groups across Oakland County to improve the lives of people who have mood disorders. www.dbsametrodetroit.org

NAMI Metro (National Alliance on Mental Illness): Provides education and support groups across Oakland County for family members, caregivers and individuals living with a mental health condition. www.namimetro.org

Headspace for ALL Michiganders: Mindfulness activities to help you stress less, move more, sleep more soundly and improve your everyday life, especially during COVID-19. www.headspace.com/mi

Child Mind Institute: Offers parents an excellent A-Z online resource for children’s mental health information. www.childmind.org

Mental Health America: Promotes early detection through online screening tools, education and support services. For an A-Z description of common mental health conditions visit  www.mhanational.org/conditions/view-all  Then take a Mental Health Test to help determine next steps at www.screening.mhanational.org/screening-tools 

Trevor Project: Provides crisis intervention, suicide prevention services and community resources (by phone, text, chat) to LGBTQ+ youth (under age 25). 866-­488­-7386 www.thetrevorproject.org

United Way: Call 211 or visit 211.org to find local resources and assistance with crisis support for abuse, sexual assault, bullying, suicidal thoughts, as well as employment, health care and housing.

Grief Support Organizations

New Hope Center for Grief Support: As a bereavement resource center for Southeast Michigan, New Hope is dedicated to bringing  hope, healing, and new beginnings  to adults and children grieving the death of a loved one through support groups, workshops and other direct grief support services.  www.newhopecenter.net

Angela Hospice: Offers individual and group support services, including one-on-one counseling (free of charge) to anyone in the community experiencing grief or difficulty coping with the death of a loved one. angelahospice.org/grief-support-programs/

Grief Support for COVID-19 Loss:

  • Provided by Angela Hospice, visit angelahospice.org/support-groups/ for more info on how to participate.
  • Provided by New Hope Center for Grief Support, call 248-348-0115 for times and teleconference meeting info.

Henry Ford SandCastles: Offers grief support across Metro Detroit to children, teens, and families who have experienced the death of a loved one. aboutsandcastles.org

The Dougy Center: Provides support for children, teens, young adults and their grieving families, as well as, support and training to individuals and organizations seeking to assist children in grief. www.dougy.org

Support for our Veterans

Thank you for your sacrifice and service!

Michigan Veterans Affairs Agency: Connecting Veterans to Benefits and Resources, including mental health.  www.michiganveterans.com/

  • Vet Centers provide counseling, outreach and referral services to combat veterans and their families.
  • Vet Center 24 hr Hotline: Vets can talk about their combat experience or any other issue as they readjust to civilian life. 877-WAR-VETS  (877-927-8387)
  • Pontiac Vet Center 248-874-1015

Support Groups

You are not alone
Please contact each location for current information during COVID-19

Grief Support after a Suicide Loss:

  • Pontiac – Every 1st and 3rd Monday, 7-9pm at the Resource and Crisis Center Bldg, 1200 North Telegraph Road, Pontiac. Contact Common Ground for more info: 248-451-2613
  • Madison Heights – Every 2nd Wednesday and 4th Tuesday, 7-9pm at FK Engineering Associates (conference room), 30425 Stephenson Highway, Madison Heights. Call Ellen at 248-872-7772 for more information and to register.
  • Bloomfield Hills – Every 1st Wednesday, 7-8:30pm at First Congregational Church of Birmingham (library), 1000 Cranbrook Rd, Bloomfield Hills. Call 947-333-8208 for more info.
  • Farmington Hills – Every 2nd and 4th Tuesday, 6:30-8pm at Farmington Hills City Hall, 31555 W Eleven Mile Rd. Call 248-330-2474 for more info.
  • Northville – Every Wednesday 4:15pm – 5:15pm at New Hope Center for Grief Support, 145 N Center St Suite E, Northville. Call 248-348-0115 for more info including teleconference.
  • Survivors of Suicide Loss Day – A day filled with events and activities in which survivors of suicide loss come together to find connection, understanding, and hope through their shared experience. Always the Saturday before Thanksgiving.

Support after a Suicide Attempt:

  • Royal Oak – 2nd Tuesday of every month, 7-8:30pm, at Beaumont Royal Oak Emergency Center, 3601 W 13 Mile Rd, Royal Oak (in Conference Room B). Call 313-236-7109 for more info.

Support after a diagnosis of Depression and Bipolar (DBSA):

  • Novi – Every 1st & 3rd Wednesday, 7-9pm at Providence Park Hospital, 47601 Grand River Ave, Novi (in the Heart Institute Building, Room C). Contact Pat at 248-714-8088 for more info.
  • Warren – Every 2nd & 4th Wednesday, 7:30-9:30pm at St. John Providence Macomb-Oakland, 12000 12 Mile Rd, Warren (in the Medical Education Center Conference Room). Contact Constance at 248-796-2660 for more info.
  • The Balanced Mind Parent Network (from the Depression & Bipolar Support Alliance) is an online support community where you’ll find connection, resources, and hope for the road ahead.  www.dbsalliance.org

Supporting loved ones with a Mental Illness (NAMI Family Support Group):

  • Novi – Every 2nd Tuesday at 7pm at Providence Park Hospital, 47601 Grand River Ave, Novi (in the Heart Institute Center, Conference Room B or E). Call 248-348-7197 for more info.
  • Royal Oak – Every 3rd Tuesday at 7pm at Beaumont Hospital, 3601 W 13 Mile Rd, Royal Oak (in the Admin Bldg, lower level conference room). Call 248-879-5896 for more info.
  • Lake Orion – Every 2nd Wednesday at 7pm at Lake Orion Methodist Church, 140 E Flint St, Lake Orion. Call 248-240-7069 for more info.
  • Rochester – Every 1st Wednesday at 7pm at Ascension Providence Hospital, Room 2E 2nd Floor, 1101 W University Dr, Rochester.
  • Visit NAMI Metro support groups for more info during COVID-19

School Programs

Mental Health Education and Suicide Prevention

Training

Be a Mental Health Hero! Know the Signs and How to Help

Oakland Community Health Network: www.oaklandchn.org
Provides Mental Health First Aid, SafeTALK, ASIST and LEAP training.

Hegira Health provides QPR training.

You never know when a moment and a few sincere words will have an impact on a life.

Zig Ziglar

Need to Talk?

There’s always someone ready to listen 24/7

Support for your Mental Health

Many organizations exist to help you #TakeCareofYou

Macomb County Community Mental Health: Provides information, referrals, crisis counseling and support to adults, children and their families in Macomb County affected by mental illness, substance abuse, autism and developmental disabilities. www.mccmh.net

Michigan Tri-County Trauma Recovery Network: A team of EMDR trained clinicians, who volunteer and effectively respond to trauma and provide mental health support in times of crisis, are offering up to 10 virtual EMDR and crisis counseling sessions (free of charge) to first responders.

Know Resolve: Breaks down the silence, shame and stigma surrounding mental health disorders through community outreach, suicide prevention programs for schools, a suicide loss support group and after school youth programming at The SHED teen center in Shelby Township. www.knowresolve.org and www.shedteens.org

Chippewa Valley Coalition for Youth and Families: Joins School, Family, and Community in a partnership to promote healthy, resilient, and drug free youth and to prevent youth suicide. www.cvcoalition.org

DBSA Metro Detroit (Depression & Bipolar Support Alliance): Provides hope, support, education and support groups across Macomb County to improve the lives of people who have mood disorders. www.dbsametrodetroit.org

NAMI Metro (National Alliance on Mental Illness): Provides education and support groups across Macomb County for family members, caregivers and individuals living with a mental health condition. www.namimetro.org

Headspace for ALL Michiganders:  Mindfulness activities to help you stress less, move more, sleep more soundly and improve your everyday life, especially during COVID-19. www.headspace.com/mi

Child Mind Institute: Offers parents an excellent A-­Z online resource for children’s mental health information. www.childmind.org

Mental Health America: Promotes early detection through online screening tools, education and support services. For an A-Z description of common mental health conditions visit   www.mhanational.org/conditions/view-all  Then take a Mental Health Test to help determine next steps at  www.screening.mhanational.org/screening-tools 

Trevor Project: Provides crisis intervention, suicide prevention services and community resources (by phone, text, chat) to LGBTQ+ youth (under age 25). 866-­488­-7386 www.thetrevorproject.org

United Way: Call 211 or visit 211.org to find local resources and assistance with crisis support for abuse, sexual assault, bullying, suicidal thoughts, as well as employment, health care and housing.

Henry Ford SandCastles: Offers grief support across Metro Detroit to children, teens, and families who have experienced the death of a loved one. aboutsandcastles.org

The Dougy Center: Provides support for children, teens, young adults and their grieving families, as well as, support and training to individuals and organizations seeking to assist children in grief. www.dougy.org

Support for our Veterans

Thank you for your sacrifice and service!

Michigan Veterans Affairs Agency: Connecting Veterans to Benefits and Resources, including mental health.  www.michiganveterans.com/

  • Vet Centers provide counseling, outreach and referral services to combat veterans and their families.
  • Vet Center 24 hr Hotline: Vets can talk about their combat experience or any other issue as they readjust to civilian life. 877-WAR-VETS  (877-927-8387)
  • Macomb County Vet Center 586-412-0107

Support Groups

You are not alone
Please contact each location for current information during COVID-19

Grief Support after a Suicide Loss:

  • Shelby Township – Every 1st Wednesday and 3rd Tuesday, 7-9pm at Know Resolve 13295 West Star Drive, Shelby Township. Contact sos@knowresolve.org for more info.
  • Madison Heights – Every 2nd Wednesday and 4th Tuesday, 7-9pm at FK Engineering Associates (conference room), 30425 Stephenson Highway, Madison Heights. Call Ellen at 248-872-7772 for more information and to register.
  • Survivors of Suicide Loss Day – A day filled with events and activities in which survivors of suicide loss come together to find connection, understanding, and hope through their shared experience. Always the Saturday before Thanksgiving.

Support after a Suicide Attempt:

  • Royal Oak – 2nd Tuesday of every month, 7-8:30pm, at Beaumont Royal Oak Emergency Center, 3601 W 13 Mile Rd, Royal Oak (in Conference Room B). Call 313-236-7109 for more info.

Support after a diagnosis of Depression and Bipolar (DBSA):

  • New Baltimore – Every 2nd & 4th Sunday, 2-4pm at Harbor Oaks Hospital, 35031 23 Mile Rd, New Baltimore. Contact Linda or Joe at 586-879-8219 for more info.
  • Warren – Every 2nd & 4th Wednesday, 7:30-9:30pm at St. John Providence Macomb-Oakland, 12000 12 Mile Rd, Warren (in the Medical Education Center Conference Room). Contact Constance at 248-796-2660 for more info.
  • The Balanced Mind Parent Network (from the Depression & Bipolar Support Alliance) is an online support community where you’ll find connection, resources, and hope for the road ahead. www.dbsalliance.org

Supporting loved ones with a mental illness (NAMI Family Support Group):

  • Clinton Township – Every 2nd Tuesday at 7pm at Henry Ford Macomb Hospital Medical Pavilion (4th floor conference rooms 6 & 7), 16151 19 Mile Rd, Clinton Township. Contact Laura at 586-453-7170 for more info.
  • Visit NAMI Metro support groups for more info during COVID-19

School Programs

Mental Health Education and Suicide Prevention

Training

Be a Mental Health Hero! Know the Signs and How to Help