Only government- and hospital-affiliated treatment programs are listed. For additional programs, see Counseling and Recovery and Disabilities in the Community Services section of this guide or check the Yellow Pages under Mental Health Services.
Provides specialty services including medication, case management, specialized counseling, resource planning, vocational services, and respite to severely and persistently mentally ill, as well as adults and children with developmental disabilities and children with severe emotional disturbances. The Additional programs include PORT (outreach), OBRA (homeless, jail, and nursing home assessment), Integrated Health (mental and physical health collaboration), and Customer Service. ewashtenaw.org/csts
Screening and referral through Health Services Access, (734) 544-3050 or (800) 440-7548.
Outpatient psychotherapy for depression, anxiety, and situational adjustment. Psychiatric evaluation and medication management. Treatment for individuals, couples, and families. Mon.-Fri. 9 a.m.-5 p.m. stjoeshealth.org/BehavioralHealth
2006 Hogback, suite 1 [map]
Interdisciplinary center dedicated to treatment, research, education, and public policy in depressive and bipolar illnesses. Clinics, speakers bureau, workshops, support groups, and lending library. depressioncenter.org
4250 Plymouth (Rachel Upjohn Building) [map]
Outpatient and short-term inpatient treatment for depression, anxiety, schizophrenia, and other mental illnesses. Marital and couples therapy, psychotherapy, and group therapy. Emphasis on cognitive-behavioral and biological approaches. psych.med.umich.edu/care/adult/
764-0231, (800) 525-5188
Short-term inpatient treatment for autism, depression, and mood, behavior, attention deficit, anxiety, eating, and pervasive developmental disorders. For emergency or outpatient services, contact the psychiatric emergency dept. (936-5900). www.psych.med.umich.edu/child/
4250 Plymouth [map]
764-0231; (800) 525-5188 (appointments)