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Organization Overview:  The mission of the Psychosocial Rehabilitation Center at ACCESS is to alleviate the suffering of torture survivors and their families, to facilitate the process of their integration into the larger community, to promote an understanding and overcome the concept of victimization, to raise public awareness about the refugees and torture survivors and their plight to reach and integrate into a safer society, to provide comprehensive services to survivors in order to enhance the quality of their lives, and to contribute to the knowledge base of torture victimization.
Language:  Arabic,English
Cultures:  All,American,Arabic,Lebanese,Multicultural,Native American
Street:  6450 Maple St.
City/Township:  Dearborn
State:  Michigan
Zip Code:  48126
Country:  USA
Phone:  (313) 216-2242
Organization Overview:  At AMER, our goal is to provide the highest standard of family based care for vulnerable children. This will ensure their immediate safety and welfare and will provide an environment, which will allow them the opportunity to develop as individuals to reach their full potential and prepare them for a successful adult life. Abused and neglected children are voiceless; they have no say or power to defend them. We at AMER will speak for the voiceless and let the world know that they have representatives whom will fight for and protect them. Our plan is to provide a safe, loving, and familiar surrounding that fit in the best interest of the child.​
Language:  Arabic,English
Cultures:  American,Arabic
City/Township:  Dearborn
Country:  USA
Phone:  (248) 660-9331
Organization Overview:  AIHFS is a non-profit health center serving the Native American community of Southeastern Michigan by enhancing the physical, spiritual, emotional, and mental well being of Native American families and other underserved populations. Our approach integrates traditional Native American healing and spiritual practices with contemporary western medicine in both treatment and prevention. We offer comprehensive, culturally integrated, quality health care.
Language:  English,Ojibwa
Cultures:  Native American
Street:  4880 Lawndale St.
City/Township:  Detroit
State:  MI
Zip Code:  48210
Country:  USA
Phone:  313-846-6030
Fax No:  313-846-2751
Organization Overview:  ACC’s (Arab American and Chaldean Council) Behavioral Health Division is a comprehensive community-based, outpatient program, accredited by the Rehabilitation Accreditation Commission (CARF) since 1992 and committed to the prevention and treatment of psychological and social problems in the Arab-American, Chaldean, and mainstream community. The mission of the Behavioral Health Program, which was reaccredited by CARF in 2013, is to improve the quality of life of those individuals who seek its assistance. ACC helps consumers develop their inner potential and empowers them to become valuable and productive members of the community. ACC is committed to providing comprehensive, culturally sensitive and competent outpatient behavioral health services that are cost effective, consumer-driven and represent the highest standards of the profession. ACC’s five conveniently located outpatient clinics in Oakland, Macomb, and Wayne counties offer quality behavioral health services. Services include: Ø Psychiatric Assessment and Consultation Ø Psycho-social Assessment Ø Psychological Testing and Evaluation Ø Psychopharmacological Treatment / Medication Review Ø Case Management Ø Individual, Marital and Family Counseling Ø Crisis Intervention Ø Adult Foster Care Home Placement and Monitoring Ø Grief Counseling Ø Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment Ø Community Outreach Ø Education and Advocacy Ø Cultural Competency and Sensitivity Training Ø Co-Occurring Treatment for Dually-Diagnosed patients Ø Vocational Rehabilitation Services Ø Home-Based Infant Mental Health
Language:  Arabic,English
Cultures:  All,American,Arabic,Chaldean,Iraqi,Jordanian
Street:  13840 W. Warren
City/Township:  Dearborn
State:  MI
Zip Code:  48126
Country:  USA
Phone:   (313) 581-7287
Fax No:  (313) 581-7318
Organization Overview:  ACC (Arab American and Chaldean Council) is the premier non-profit human service organization providing services to the Middle Eastern and mainstream communities in Southeast Michigan. ACC’s Behavioral Health Division is a comprehensive community-based, outpatient program, accredited by the Rehabilitation Accreditation Commission (CARF) since 1992 and committed to the prevention and treatment of psychological and social problems in the Arab-American, Chaldean, and mainstream community. The mission of the Behavioral Health Program, which was reaccredited by CARF in 2013, is to improve the quality of life of those individuals who seek its assistance. ACC helps consumers develop their inner potential and empowers them to become valuable and productive members of the community. ACC is committed to providing comprehensive, culturally sensitive and competent outpatient behavioral health services that are cost effective, consumer-driven and represent the highest standards of the profession. ACC’s five conveniently located outpatient clinics in Oakland, Macomb, and Wayne counties offer quality behavioral health services. Services include: Ø Psychiatric Assessment and Consultation Ø Psycho-social Assessment Ø Psychological Testing and Evaluation Ø Psychopharmacological Treatment / Medication Review Ø Case Management Ø Individual, Marital and Family Counseling Ø Crisis Intervention Ø Adult Foster Care Home Placement and Monitoring Ø Grief Counseling Ø Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment Ø Community Outreach Ø Education and Advocacy Ø Cultural Competency and Sensitivity Training Ø Co-Occurring Treatment for Dually-Diagnosed patients Ø Vocational Rehabilitation Services Ø Home-Based Infant Mental Health In addition to its outpatient clinics, ACC’s Wayne County Network Clubhouse provides psychosocial & vocational rehabilitation while encouraging social reintegration for consumers with reoccurring and long term mental illness, through person centered planned activities. In partnership with Wayne County Community Mental Health Agency, the Clubhouse focuses on building its client’s strengths, independent living skills, and develops employment opportunities. The aim is to slowly integrate the client into society. The Network Clubhouse believes that its members and staff work in a partnership towards mutual support, delivering high quality services to its members. Over the past year the behavioral health division has expanded its services and office space to better meet the needs of the community. ACC expanded services to include Home-Based Infant Mental Health Services and an Assertive Community Treatment Team. The Infant Mental Health Program is a Home-Based service that provides therapy and support to parents and infants that address ongoing mental health concerns, infants that suffer from low birth weight, developmental delays, emotional or behavioral problems, or a basic failure to thrive. By providing weekly in home visits ACC staff are able to provide guidance and support as well as link families to needed community resources. The Infant Mental Health Program Healthy Baby, Happy Home Program provides home-based services for families with children ages 0-3, including pregnant women. Service include counseling, developmental guidance, social and emotional support, advocacy, diapers, resources and referrals. This program targets parents who are feeling overwhelmed, stressed, depressed, hopeless or angry and those who have infants who are having emotional/behavioral difficulties, growth or development delays, trauma, and trouble eating or sleeping. ACC’s Wraparound Program is a team planning process for youth of Wayne County between the ages of 7 and 17 that are involved in multiple cares of service. The program’s purpose is to help the youth and their families indentify their family needs and strengths to help the family reach their goals. Each participating family has an ACC Wraparound Facilitator that works directly with them to help develop a vision for the family’s future. ACC’s facilitators are positive, encouraging, open, honest, and work to see the success of each family. Wraparound studies have shown that there is evidence of a greater decline in behavioral symptoms, lower overall impairment, and fewer externalizing, social problems and thought problems. Studies have also shown that children involved in wraparound have missed less days of school. Overall, over the years wraparound has shown many positive outcomes. Trauma Recovery Center Trauma Recovery Center of Southeast Michigan was established as a joint venture involving Wayne State University School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Neurosciences its clinical service group (Wayne State University Physician Group-Psychiatry) and the ACC. The goal of the Trauma Recovery Center is to help torture survivors and their families recover from the physical and emotional effects caused by torture. We believe that survivors of torture are strong and resilient individuals who can recover from the traumas that they have endured. Our programs’ mission is to assist in that process of rebuilding their lives in many different ways. The Center is organized to assist survivors of torture and war trauma, and their families, to heal and rebuild their lives. A variety of services are offered, including: Ø Information and Referrals Ø Screening and Assessment Ø Individual and Group Counseling Ø Psychiatric Services Ø Care coordination for healthcare, legal, and other supportive services The staff and program design offers a high level of expertise in health care, mental health, case management, social services, vocational, and legal aid to assist individuals who have experienced unimaginable trauma to re-establish hope and trust; to build a life by calling upon personal strengths and courage with the support and caring of the community and The Center. What is torture? Torture is an act committed by a person inteded to inflict severe physical and/or mental pain due to their political beliefs, religion, race, ethnicity or membership in a social group. What a person has gone through An individual may have been beaten, deprived of food and water, denied hygienic conditions, burned, humiliated and been the victim of may other horrible acts. The spirit of the person has been beaten down as well. The torture survivor is just what the word survivor implies. They are strong and courageous individuals who have used their inner strength to leave their country, their families and their way of life. How treatment can help? The Trauma Recovery Center aims to provide a variety of services to lessen the effects of the torture experience. Some of the things that survivors can get assistance with are an evaluation of the effects of torture, medical treatment or referral for medical treatment, legal referrals, assistance obtaining social services for work, food, shelter, education and other survival needs. In addition, The Center is pursuing building the capacity of other providers to respond to the needs of torture survivors. By enhancing and building service capacity through training and education of health care professionals, community resources are established to assist the large number of individuals needing support and healing in Southeast Michigan.
Cultures:  All,American,Arabic,Assyrian,Chaldean,Egyptian,Iraqi,Jordanian
Street:  62 W. Seven Mile Rd
City/Township:  Detroit
State:  MI
Zip Code:  48203
Country:  USA
Phone:  (313) 893-6172
Organization Overview:  ACC (Arab American and Chaldean Council) is the premier non-profit human service organization providing services to the Middle Eastern and mainstream communities in Southeast Michigan. ACC’s Wayne County Network Clubhouse provides psychosocial & vocational rehabilitation while encouraging social reintegration for consumers with reoccurring and long term mental illness, through person centered planned activities. In partnership with Wayne County Community Mental Health Agency, the Clubhouse focuses on building its client’s strengths, independent living skills, and develops employment opportunities. The aim is to slowly integrate the client into society. The Network Clubhouse believes that its members and staff work in a partnership towards mutual support, delivering high quality services to its members. Take clients by referral.
Language:  Arabic,Assyrian,Chaldean,English
Cultures:  All,American,Arabic,Chaldean,Iraqi,Jordanian
Street:  201 W. Seven Mile Road
City/Township:  Detroit
State:  MI
Zip Code:  48203
Country:  USA
Phone:  (313) 366-0228
Fax No:  (313) 366-0252
Organization Overview:  ACC’s (Arab American and Chaldean Council) Behavioral Health Division is a comprehensive community-based, outpatient program, accredited by the Rehabilitation Accreditation Commission (CARF) since 1992 and committed to the prevention and treatment of psychological and social problems in the Arab-American, Chaldean, and mainstream community. The mission of the Behavioral Health Program, which was reaccredited by CARF in 2013, is to improve the quality of life of those individuals who seek its assistance. ACC helps consumers develop their inner potential and empowers them to become valuable and productive members of the community. ACC is committed to providing comprehensive, culturally sensitive and competent outpatient behavioral health services that are cost effective, consumer-driven and represent the highest standards of the profession. ACC’s five conveniently located outpatient clinics in Oakland, Macomb, and Wayne counties offer quality behavioral health services. Services include: Ø Psychiatric Assessment and Consultation Ø Psycho-social Assessment Ø Psychological Testing and Evaluation Ø Psychopharmacological Treatment / Medication Review Ø Case Management Ø Individual, Marital and Family Counseling Ø Crisis Intervention Ø Adult Foster Care Home Placement and Monitoring Ø Grief Counseling Ø Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment Ø Community Outreach Ø Education and Advocacy Ø Cultural Competency and Sensitivity Training Ø Co-Occurring Treatment for Dually-Diagnosed patients Ø Vocational Rehabilitation Services Ø Home-Based Infant Mental Health
Language:  Arabic,Assyrian,Chaldean,English
Cultures:  All,American,Arabic,Assyrian,Chaldean,Egyptian,Iraqi,Jordanian
Street:  38219 Mound Road Suite 102
City/Township:  Sterling Heights
State:  MI
Zip Code:  48310
Country:  USA
Phone:  (586) 939-5016
Fax No:   (586) 939-5194
Organization Overview:  ACC (Arab American and Chaldean Council) is the premier non-profit human service organization providing services to the Middle Eastern and mainstream communities in Southeast Michigan. ACC’s Behavioral Health Division is a comprehensive community-based, outpatient program, accredited by the Rehabilitation Accreditation Commission (CARF) since 1992 and committed to the prevention and treatment of psychological and social problems in the Arab-American, Chaldean, and mainstream community. The mission of the Behavioral Health Program, which was reaccredited by CARF in 2013, is to improve the quality of life of those individuals who seek its assistance. ACC helps consumers develop their inner potential and empowers them to become valuable and productive members of the community. ACC is committed to providing comprehensive, culturally sensitive and competent outpatient behavioral health services that are cost effective, consumer-driven and represent the highest standards of the profession. ACC’s five conveniently located outpatient clinics in Oakland, Macomb, and Wayne counties offer quality behavioral health services. Services include: Ø Psychiatric Assessment and Consultation Ø Psycho-social Assessment Ø Psychological Testing and Evaluation Ø Psychopharmacological Treatment / Medication Review Ø Case Management Ø Individual, Marital and Family Counseling Ø Crisis Intervention Ø Adult Foster Care Home Placement and Monitoring Ø Grief Counseling Ø Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment Ø Community Outreach Ø Education and Advocacy Ø Cultural Competency and Sensitivity Training Ø Co-Occurring Treatment for Dually-Diagnosed patients Ø Vocational Rehabilitation Services Ø Home-Based Infant Mental Health
Language:  Arabic,Chaldean,English
Cultures:  All,American,Arabic,Chaldean,Iraqi,Jordanian,Yemeni
Street:  26400 Lahser, Suite 220 Southfield, MI 48033
City/Township:  Detroit
State:  MI
Zip Code:  48033
Country:  USA
Phone:  (248) 354-8460
Fax No:  (248) 354-4974
Organization Overview:  ACC’s (Arab American and Chaldean Council) Behavioral Health Division is a comprehensive community-based, outpatient program, accredited by the Rehabilitation Accreditation Commission (CARF) since 1992 and committed to the prevention and treatment of psychological and social problems in the Arab-American, Chaldean, and mainstream community. The mission of the Behavioral Health Program, which was reaccredited by CARF in 2013, is to improve the quality of life of those individuals who seek its assistance. ACC helps consumers develop their inner potential and empowers them to become valuable and productive members of the community. ACC is committed to providing comprehensive, culturally sensitive and competent outpatient behavioral health services that are cost effective, consumer-driven and represent the highest standards of the profession. ACC’s five conveniently located outpatient clinics in Oakland, Macomb, and Wayne counties offer quality behavioral health services. Services include: Ø Psychiatric Assessment and Consultation Ø Psycho-social Assessment Ø Psychological Testing and Evaluation Ø Psychopharmacological Treatment / Medication Review Ø Case Management Ø Individual, Marital and Family Counseling Ø Crisis Intervention Ø Adult Foster Care Home Placement and Monitoring Ø Grief Counseling Ø Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment Ø Community Outreach Ø Education and Advocacy Ø Cultural Competency and Sensitivity Training Ø Co-Occurring Treatment for Dually-Diagnosed patients Ø Vocational Rehabilitation Services Ø Home-Based Infant Mental Health In addition to its outpatient clinics, ACC’s Wayne County Network Clubhouse provides psychosocial & vocational rehabilitation while encouraging social reintegration for consumers with reoccurring and long term mental illness, through person centered planned activities. In partnership with Wayne County Community Mental Health Agency, the Clubhouse focuses on building its client’s strengths, independent living skills, and develops employment opportunities. The aim is to slowly integrate the client into society. The Network Clubhouse believes that its members and staff work in a partnership towards mutual support, delivering high quality services to its members. Over the past year the behavioral health division has expanded its services and office space to better meet the needs of the community. ACC expanded services to include Home-Based Infant Mental Health Services and an Assertive Community Treatment Team. The Infant Mental Health Program is a Home-Based service that provides therapy and support to parents and infants that address ongoing mental health concerns, infants that suffer from low birth weight, developmental delays, emotional or behavioral problems, or a basic failure to thrive. By providing weekly in home visits ACC staff are able to provide guidance and support as well as link families to needed community resources. The Infant Mental Health Program Healthy Baby, Happy Home Program provides home-based services for families with children ages 0-3, including pregnant women. Service include counseling, developmental guidance, social and emotional support, advocacy, diapers, resources and referrals. This program targets parents who are feeling overwhelmed, stressed, depressed, hopeless or angry and those who have infants who are having emotional/behavioral difficulties, growth or development delays, trauma, and trouble eating or sleeping. ACC’s Wraparound Program is a team planning process for youth of Wayne County between the ages of 7 and 17 that are involved in multiple cares of service. The program’s purpose is to help the youth and their families indentify their family needs and strengths to help the family reach their goals. Each participating family has an ACC Wraparound Facilitator that works directly with them to help develop a vision for the family’s future. ACC’s facilitators are positive, encouraging, open, honest, and work to see the success of each family. Wraparound studies have shown that there is evidence of a greater decline in behavioral symptoms, lower overall impairment, and fewer externalizing, social problems and thought problems. Studies have also shown that children involved in wraparound have missed less days of school. Overall, over the years wraparound has shown many positive outcomes. Trauma Recovery Center Trauma Recovery Center of Southeast Michigan was established as a joint venture involving Wayne State University School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Neurosciences its clinical service group (Wayne State University Physician Group-Psychiatry) and the ACC. The goal of the Trauma Recovery Center is to help torture survivors and their families recover from the physical and emotional effects caused by torture. We believe that survivors of torture are strong and resilient individuals who can recover from the traumas that they have endured. Our programs’ mission is to assist in that process of rebuilding their lives in many different ways. The Center is organized to assist survivors of torture and war trauma, and their families, to heal and rebuild their lives. A variety of services are offered, including: Ø Information and Referrals Ø Screening and Assessment Ø Individual and Group Counseling Ø Psychiatric Services Ø Care coordination for healthcare, legal, and other supportive services The staff and program design offers a high level of expertise in health care, mental health, case management, social services, vocational, and legal aid to assist individuals who have experienced unimaginable trauma to re-establish hope and trust; to build a life by calling upon personal strengths and courage with the support and caring of the community and The Center.
Language:  Arabic,Chaldean,English
Cultures:  All,American,Arabic,Chaldean,Iraqi
Street:  26400 Lahser Rd.
City/Township:  Southfield
State:  MI
Zip Code:  48033
Country:  USA
Phone:  (248) 354-8460
Fax No:  (248) 354-4979
Organization Overview:  ACC (Arab American and Chaldean Council) is the premier non-profit human service organization providing services to the Middle Eastern and mainstream communities in Southeast Michigan. ACC’s Behavioral Health Division is a comprehensive community-based, outpatient program, accredited by the Rehabilitation Accreditation Commission (CARF) since 1992 and committed to the prevention and treatment of psychological and social problems in the Arab-American, Chaldean, and mainstream community. The mission of the Behavioral Health Program, which was reaccredited by CARF in 2013, is to improve the quality of life of those individuals who seek its assistance. ACC helps consumers develop their inner potential and empowers them to become valuable and productive members of the community. ACC is committed to providing comprehensive, culturally sensitive and competent outpatient behavioral health services that are cost effective, consumer-driven and represent the highest standards of the profession. ACC’s five conveniently located outpatient clinics in Oakland, Macomb, and Wayne counties offer quality behavioral health services. Services include: Ø Psychiatric Assessment and Consultation Ø Psycho-social Assessment Ø Psychological Testing and Evaluation Ø Psychopharmacological Treatment / Medication Review Ø Case Management Ø Individual, Marital and Family Counseling Ø Crisis Intervention Ø Adult Foster Care Home Placement and Monitoring Ø Grief Counseling Ø Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment Ø Community Outreach Ø Education and Advocacy Ø Cultural Competency and Sensitivity Training Ø Co-Occurring Treatment for Dually-Diagnosed patients Ø Vocational Rehabilitation Services Ø Home-Based Infant Mental Health
Language:  Arabic,English
Cultures:  All,American,Arabic,Chaldean,Iraqi,Jordanian
Street:  13840 W. Warren
City/Township:  Dearborn
State:  MI
Zip Code:  48228
Country:  USA
Phone:  (313) 581-7287
Fax No:  (313) 581-7318
Organization Overview:  Strong Relationship, Resilient People. Each year, Arbor Circle guides 13,000 people on journeys toward resilience. Tough times and hard choices are part of life—what matters is how we respond. That's why we help clients discover strengths, skills, and support networks for their journey. It's a story of resilience shaped through more than 35 programs and services, and it's a story you can join by getting involved.
Language:  English,Spanish
Cultures:  All
Street:  1115 Ball Ave NE
City/Township:  Grand Rapids
State:  MI
Zip Code:  49503
Country:  USA
Phone:  (616) 456-6571
Fax No:  (616) 235-0979
Organization Name:  Centro Multicultural La Familia
Organization Overview:  Centro Multicultural La Familia (CMLF) or Multicultural Family Center is a private, not-for-profit, mission-driven organization that provides comprehensive services to a diverse community. Centro Multicultural La Famila's mission is to provide culturally-competent support services to families in a holistic approach in order to improve their quality of life.
Language:  Albanian,Armenian,English,Korean,Spanish
Cultures:  African-American,Albanian,All,Armenian,Asian,Central American,Cuban,Dominican,Guatemalan,Hispanic,Honduran,Korean,Latin American,Mexican,Nicaraguan,Puerto Rican,Spanish
Street:  35 West Huron, Suite 500
City/Township:  Pontiac
State:  MI
Zip Code:  48342
Country:  USA
Phone:  (248) 858-7800
Fax No:  (248) 874-4830
Organization Name:  Cristo Rey Community Center
Organization Overview:  Cristo Rey Community Center (CRCC) is a BASIC NEEDS service-center open to ANYONE in need! CRCC’s focus is on FOOD, MEDICAL and MENTAL HEALTH access for low income, vulnerable populations. Cristo Rey Community Center is a 501(C)(3) basic-needs service provider with an emphasis on access to food, medical care and mental health services. CRCC was opened in 1968 to help meet the needs of the poor, the vulnerable, immigrants, migrants, and all people in need regardless of language or culture. It is the purpose of Cristo Rey Community Center (CRCC) to serve the vulnerable populations within our community by offering need-based services with an emphasis on access to food, medical care and mental health services. It is the vision of CRCC to break the cycle of poverty and advocate for self-sufficiency by offering critical services to our community. CRCC understand that the roots of poverty are oftentimes embedded in more than just temporary difficulties; for this reason CRCC offers a wide range of essential services designed to meet the differing needs of families, seniors, children and all individuals in need. All CRCC services are critical resources for basic-need fulfillment in addition to being a resource/referral source for other onsite safety-net programs. This structure allows for increased awareness and access to medical, mental health, addiction treatment and prevention services for underprivileged, underserved and vulnerable populations. All CRCC services are offered onsite at 1717 N. High St, Lansing MI 48906 and is open Monday through Friday 8:00 am – 5:00 pm.
Language:  English,Spanish
Cultures:  Central American,Hispanic,Latin American,Mexican
Street:  1717 N. High Street
State:  MI
Zip Code:  48906
Country:  USA
Phone:  (517) 372-4700
Organization Name:  Huda Clinic
Organization Overview:  Provides services to everyone (regardless of insurance or immigration legal status). HUDA first opened its doors in May 2004 to serve the uninsured population of the Detroit area. The clinic was operated on initial funds gathered by the Muslim community of Metro Detroit.. While HUDA Clinic originally provided solely medical services, we are now expanding to include a full range of dental services. We have also increased our service times from once a week to three times a week.
Language:  Arabic,Bengali,English,French
Cultures:  African,All,American,Arabic,Bangaladeshi
Street:  13240 Woodrow Wilson St
City/Township:  Detroit
State:  MI
Zip Code:  48238
Country:  USA
Phone:  (313) 865- 8446
Organization Overview:  Jewish Family Service is dedicated to helping individuals and families cope, survive and thrive in an ever-changing world. We are focused on the needs of the Jewish Community, while providing services to all.
Language:  English,Russian,Ukrainian
Cultures:  All,American,East European,Jewish,Russian,Ukrainian
Street:  6555 W. Maple Rd.
City/Township:  West Bloomfield
State:  MI
Zip Code:  48322
Country:  USA
Phone:  (248) 592-2300