Kids Mental Health
Kids Mental Health
We are here to help children feel like kids again and set them up for lifelong success.
Our experts provide support and understanding to help children and teens learn the skills they need to manage their mental health. From inpatient services to specialty programs, we are here to help.
Hospital Based Services
Wondering if hospitalization services are necessary? Give us a call at 800.678.5500. Our licensed clinicians are experienced in identifying warning signs and assessing a child’s situation, and they are available 24/7.
Specialty units just for children and teens up to age 17.
Children come to daily intensive treatment and return home in the evenings.
With one call to 866.852.4001, we can help you determine the outpatient services your child needs and assist you with understanding your insurance benefit.
Therapy & Psychiatry
Age-appropriate therapies for children and teens as well as psychiatric services.
Most therapy & psychiatry services are also available via telehealth throughout the state of Michigan.
Testing & Assessment
State-of-the art assessments for ADHD, autism, learning disabilities and more.
Applied Behavior Analysis
State-of-the-art treatment for autism spectrum disorders.
Dialectical Behavior Therapy
Intensive outpatient treatment for adolescents with suicide attempts, suicidal ideation, urges to self-harm and patterns of self-harming behaviors.
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