Finding Care

Hope Starts Here

Compassionate, world-class treatment with proven clinical outcomes for all ages and stages of life.

Hospital Based Services

Psychiatric Urgent Care

Open daily for walk in assessments. Virtual assessments also available. Serving adults 18+.

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Inpatient

Programs for children, adolescents, adults and older adults

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Partial Hospitalization (Day Programs)

Intensive daily treatment. Programs for adolescents and adults plus our Mother & Baby Program.

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Outpatient & Recovery Services

Outpatient Services

Services for all ages including psychiatry and medication management, therapy, testing and more.

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Telehealth

Most of our outpatient services are also available via telehealth throughout the state of Michigan.

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Addiction & Recovery Services

A full continuum of addiction services that range from residential detoxification to traditional outpatient services. 

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Residential & Community Services

Residential Services

Short- and long-term programs.

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Community & Outreach

Providing access to care, support and programming for persons with mental illness, substance use disorders and developmental disabilities.

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What Level of care is appropriate?

It's common to have questions about the right level of care for you. Please call us. We will listen and help you sort it out. 616.455.9200

Hospital Emergency Room

Visit a Hospital Emergency Room or call 911 for serious or life-threatening conditions…

  • Experiencing extreme agitation and resistant to treatment of mental health symptoms
  • First time experiencing severe psychiatric symptoms (may be related to an acute medical issue)
  • Self-harm has occurred and requires medical treatment to stabilize
  • Individual is intoxicated or impaired from substance use

Inpatient Hospitalization

• Imminent risk to self or others as a result of mental health symptoms
• Self-harm thoughts and actions
• Thought disturbance resulting in risky thoughts and/or behaviors combined with an inability to keep self safe

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Psychiatric Urgent Care Center

• Moderate to severe psychiatric symptoms, such as depression or anxiety, that need to be assessed and addressed
• Daily activities are a struggle
• Without prompt treatment, symptoms are likely to worsen
• The individual is willing to seek treatment
• Individual is able to tolerate a waiting room while waiting for services

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Outpatient Psychiatry or Therapy

• Symptoms are mild to moderate
• Daily activities are manageable
• Waiting for scheduled appointment seems reasonable
• The individual is willing to seek treatment

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Medicaid Health Plans

Visit a Community Mental Health (CMH) Access Center
• Individuals with Medicaid health plans who are in crisis or who need intensive services
• Mandatory for individuals with Medicaid seeking inpatient hospitalization, partial hospitalization or residential substance use disorder treatment