Mental Health Services

Assessments; diagnosis; evaluation; crisis interventions; family stabilization; parenting education; life skill training; health referrals and linkages; case management services; therapeutic group; therapeutic counseling; referrals for psychiatric consultations and/or evaluations; and classroom intervention.

Wraparound

Overview

Wraparound is a process: As a client of Wraparound, our job is to create a plan and support, based on one family at a time. You and your family will create a plan based on your input with the help of your Facilitator, and others you choose to be on your team. Based on your choice, you will be connected with resources to assist you in achieving the goals of your plan.

Program Goal

The goal of Wraparound is to help your family and you find better ways to be a family. We will only be around for a short time, but we will help you find ways to be better australiacialis.com so that strangers will not have to come in again.

Program Services

  • Weekly Family Contact
  • Linking and Coordinating Resources
  • Support and 24/7 Availability
  • Positive Family Activities and Outing 4 Times Per Year

    Eligibility Criteria

    Probation, Community and diversion youth committed to Wayne County Children and Family Services.

    Intensive Family Services Program


    Overview

    The Family Services Program offers intensive in-home counseling to families and youth involved in the Juvenile Justice System. Services focus on encouraging law abiding behavior supported by youth’s family and community networks.

    Program Goal

    To help young people stay out of trouble with the law by using the positive qualities of the youth and family to create changes in their behavior and actions.

    Program Services

  • Crisis Intervention
  • 2-3 times weekly in-home counseling sessions
  • Individual and family sessions
  • Substance abuse education
  • Referrals to needed services (tutoring, parenting, recreation)

    Eligibility Criteria

    Families are referred through BFDI's Care Management Organization. Criteria for those referrals: Adjudicated at ristk Wayne County Juvenile Justice youth(s) ages 10-21

    STAGES (Supportive Techniques To Assist With Growth and Empowerment)


    Overview

    STAGES Outpatient Therapy is a counseling program for youth and their families. Staff specialize in serving youth and their families facing a mental health disturbance who would benefit from outpatient treatment. Special attention will be provided to youth who have been either hospitalized and/or in residential care. Youth also facing co-occurring substance abuse challenges can come to one place to receive care and support from both needs. Services are aimed at enhancing a youth's and family's ability to succeed in life.

    STAGES is a strength-based treatment program. The strengths of the youth and family are identified and built upon to help families reach their stated treatment goals. Clinic australiaviagra.com and home-based services are available.

    Program Goal

  • To help youth feel they can successfully attend and participate in school
  • To help youth and families become confident that home is the best, and safest, place to continue their treatment and recovery.
  • To prevent out-of-home placement of children and youth facing mental health (and co-occuring substance use) challenges.
  • To increase a youth's and familiy's coping and self sufficiency skills
  • To Support and empower families via accessible supports such as psychiatric evaluations, psychological testing, 24/7 on-call treatment services, and community referrals.

    Eligibility Criteria

    Youth ages 5 to 17, in Detroit and Wayne County, who have been designated as Severely Emotionally Disturbed and in need of outpatient services. We also welcome youth with co-occuring mental health and substance abuse symptoms. They will be cared for by competent and credentialed staff.

    Parent Management Training (PMTO)


    Program Services

    Evidence-based community mental health service model using cognitive behavioral interventions to support, envourage, and empower parents as the primary drivers for change when working with their youth experiencing Severe Emotional Disturbances.

    Eligibility Criteria

    Wayne County, Medicaid eligible families under CareLink MCPN care

    System of Care Contract for Regional Youth Development


    Program Services

    A lead agency in Detroit's East Region of Wanye County, BFDI is fostering leadership roles for youth committed to forging system-level improvements for youth and families participating in mental health, substance abuse, child welfare, juvenile justice, special education, or other public service

    Eligibility Criteria

    Youth ages 16-24 who have been beneficiaries of one or more public systems

    Youth Peer Support Services


    Program Services

    Provide peer coaching, peer-led group facilitation with adult professional guidance, and support to youth amidst their treatement services.

    Eligibility Criteria

    Youth must be actively participating in a Wayne County mental health service

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    Business Hours

    Our hours of operation:
    24/7 Availability

    Monday-Friday: 9am to 5pm
    Weekends: Community Meetings

    Our Offices

    • Administrative Office

      2995 E. Grand Blvd
      Detroit, MI 48202
      Phone: 313-758-0150
    • Samaritan Center

      5555 Conner Ave. Ste 1038
      Detroit, MI 48213
      Phone: 313-308-0255
    • In School Colaborative Partners

      Osborn High School
      Brenda Scott Academy
      Hope Academy
      Ralph J. Bunche Academy
      Ecorse High School
      Grandport Elementary Academy

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