Below are community resources for mental health/substance use disorder help:
The Detroit Wayne Integrated Health Network
24 hour helpline 1-800-241-4949
(See below under COVID19 section for other free mental health resources)
Click here for myStrength, where users can address depression, anxiety, stress, substance use, chronic pain and sleep challenges, while also supporting the physical and spiritual aspects of whole-person health.
The Family Center of Grosse Pointe/Harper Woods (list of local therapists)
Kevin’s Song, Suicide Prevention and Resources
National Suicide Prevention Hotline: 1-800-273-8255 or text “GO” to 741741
CARE OF SOUTHEASTERN MICHIGAN, Substance Abuse Prevention and Resources
CARE’s free online recovery support groups and webinars for teens and parents is listed on their website.
Click here for a list of resources for vaping addiction: https://5ccd6c8d-ab20-4dd0-ae72-2f4e4f9895be.filesusr.com/ugd/a8c219_481cd212e1bc4d279f15f51e39e382d2.pdf
CORONAVIRUS DISEASE (COVID-19) INFORMATION
If you’re feeling emotional distress due to the COVID-19 pandemic, help is available. There are many ways to connect with emotional-support services without the need to leave home.
The COVID19 Therapy Collaborative offers free behavioral help to youth and families:
Click here for a list of resources:
By texting the keyword RESTORE to 741741, Michigan residents can have a confidential text conversation with a crisis counselor.
“With the COVID-19 pandemic and related financial hardships, we know that, now more than ever, Michigan residents are coping with stress and anxiety that can result in a mental health crisis,” said Allen Jansen, MDHHS senior deputy director of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities Administration. “By texting RESTORE to 741741, Crisis Text Line will help people Stay Home and Stay Well – along with other expanded mental health crisis services the state is providing.”
Trained counselors are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week to respond to texts from Michigan residents who are facing a mental health crisis — everything from anxiety and financial issues to suicide and domestic violence. While the text line is starting during the pandemic, MDHHS intends to continue offering the service in the future.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention