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Only government- and hospital-affiliated treatment programs are listed. For additional nonprofit programs, see Recovery, Death & Grief, and Gender & Sexual Issues in the Community Services section of this guide or search online for private services.


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Al-Anon/Alateen

12-step support group for families and friends of alcoholics. Call or see website for local meetings. afgdistrict5.org


(734) 995-4949


Behavioral Health Services (Catholic Social Services)

Licensed social workers and psychologists counsel individuals, couples, and families; in-depth assessment and short-term therapy based on needs of client, including substance abuse assessment and treatment. Many insurance and managed care plans accepted. csswashtenaw.org/counseling

4925 Packard [map]
(734) 926-0155


Community Mental Health (Washtenaw County Services for the Mentally Ill, Intellectual /Developmentally Disabled, and Substance Use Disorders)

Provides specialty services to the severely and persistently mentally ill, adults with intellectual/developmental disabilities, and children with severe emotional disturbances or intellectual/developmental disabilities. Services include medication, case management, specialized counseling, vocational services, respite and IDDT/co-occurring services (for individuals with mental illness and substance use disorders). Information and referrals for mental health, intellectual/developmental disabilities, serious emotional disturbance, and substance use disorder programs for Medicaid eligible and uninsured children and adults in Washtenaw County. Additional programs include Project Outreach (PORT: jail diversion and homeless services), and OBRA (nursing home screening and treatment). washtenaw.org/wccmh


Screening and referral through Health Services Access, (734) 544-3050 or (800) 440-7548


HomeFront Strong

An 8-week program for military and veteran spouses/partners that focuses on building positive relationships, learning new approaches to self-care, connecting to resources, and promoting resiliency and positive coping. Simultaneous children's program for participating families. m-span.org/our-programs/homefront-strong

2025 Traverwood #C [map]
(734) 998-2205


National Alliance on Mental Illness Washtenaw County (NAMI)

Provides support, education, and advocacy for individuals affected by brain disorders such as depression, schizophrenia, PTSD, bipolar disorder, and others; works to eradicate stigma and discrimination associated with these conditions. Online newsletter, support groups for individuals with mental health conditions regardless of diagnosis and their families and friends, as well as for parents of children with suicidal ideation, an annual conference, and NAMI signature educational programs including Family-to-Family, Peer-to-Peer, and Ending the Silence. Office open Mon. & Thurs. 9:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m., Tues.1-4 p.m., office@namiwc.org, namiwc.org

1100 N. Main [map]
(734) 994-6611


Restoration Counseling Services (POWER, Inc.)

In-home and on-site counseling for individuals, families, and groups. Accepts Blue Cross/Blue Shield, Medicare, Medicaid, and Tri-Care. Sliding-fee rates. Christian counseling available. Social work home care services provided for referred clients released from hospitals and rehabilitation nursing homes. manglin@powerclf.org, powerclf.org

301 W. Michigan Ave. #A20, Ypsilanti [map]
(734) 961-1990


Room to Talk

Therapy for deaf clients, (one of their therapists is deaf), and those across the gender spectrum and gender-fluid. Adults and couples therapy. Takes many insurances plus some Medicaid HMO plans. info@roomtotalk.org, roomtotalk.org

510 S. Maple [map]
(734) 973-6779


Thrive Counseling (Jewish Family Services)

CARF accredited therapists committed to providing accessible, holistically oriented and culturally sensitive counseling to children, adults, families, and couples regardless of their ability to pay. hello@thrivecounselinga2.com, thrivecounselinga2.com

2245 S. State [map]
(734) 436-4249


University Center for the Child and Family (UCCF)

Offers comprehensive, integrative mental health services to all area children, couples, and families. Autism, ADHD, and psychoeducational testing. Free and low-cost workshops include Parenting Through Separation and Divorce, and ADHD/Learning Disabilities workshops. Applied behavior analysis, (ABA). Many insurances accepted. Services provided by professional staff, postdoctoral fellows, and graduate-level students under close supervision. mari.umich.edu/uccf

500 E. Washington, #100 [map]
(734) 764-9466


University Psychological Clinic

Provides mental health services to adults in the community, as well as students, faculty, and staff at the University of Michigan to assist people with psychological and interpersonal difficulties. Address both specific symptoms and problematic patterns of many mental health issues. Services are integrative. Clinical expertise in a variety of therapeutic approaches. mari.umich.edu/psych

500 E. Washington St., #100 [map]
(734) 764-3471


The Women's Center of Southeastern Michigan

Personal counseling across the gender spectrum, individual job and financial coaching, mom and infant support group, help with community resources, mindfulness and communication skills group, women-specific divorce/break-up education and support. Major insurances plus sliding-scale fees. Mon.-Fri. 9 a.m.-5 p.m.; evenings by appointment. info@womenscentersemi.org, womenscentersemi.org

510 S. Maple [map]
(734) 973-6779




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