Macomb Oakland Regional Center
The Macomb-Oakland Regional Center Inc. (MORC) helps individuals with disabilities and mental illness realize their dreams as full members of their communities.
They do this through comprehensive services and supports, training and education, and advocacy.
The ARC of Detroit
The ARC Detroit, is an advocacy program for people with developmental disabilities.
The ARC Detroit works to ensure that Detroiters with mental retardation and related developmental disabilities have the services and supports they need to grow and develop.
Michigan Department of Community Mental Health
Mental health services for people who have a mental illness or a developmental disability, and services for people who need care for substance abuse.
It is the vision of Wayne Center to help the individuals we serve attain full self-determination, enjoy their rights of citizenship and receive the economic and social benefits to which they are entitled; to assist them as they advocate on behalf of themselves; to evaluate and continually improve services which support their empowerment, and to do all of this in a consumer-sensitive environment.
Oakland County Community Mental Health
Oakland County Community Mental Health Authority leads a provider service network that assists more than 22,000 Oakland County citizens, as well as manages a $300 million dollar budget. This budget provides funding for more than 300 service sites and employs approximately 4,000 people.
JARC is a non-sectarian, non-profit organization founded in 1969 by a group of parents concerned about the future of their children with developmental disabilities.
Today, JARC is known as a prototype for innovation, high-quality community-based residential and support programs, serving nearly 200 adults in its group homes and various supported independent living arrangements.
ARC of Macomb
The Arc of Macomb County is a CARF accredited, 501(c)(3) nonprofit membership association composed of people with disabilities, parents, friends and professionals involved with supporting people with disabilities in Macomb County, Michigan.
The Arc exists to assure that people with disabilities are valued and that they and their families can participate fully in, and contribute to, the life of their communities.
We are committed to securing, for all people with disabilities, the opportunities to choose and realize their goals and dreams regarding where and how they learn, live, play, and work.\\
Macomb County Community Mental Health
Under the direction of the Macomb County Board of Commissioners and the Macomb County Community Mental Health Board, Macomb County Community Mental Health provides a wide variety of mental health treatment and support services to adults and children with mental illness, developmental disabilities, and substance abuse treatment needs. Individual services provided may include assessment; outpatient or home-based treatment; mental health assessment prior to nursing home placement; residential, respite or support services; or other alternatives as determined by individual needs.
Saginaw County Community Mental Health
Saginaw County Community Mental Health Authority (SCCMHA) is a local, independent governmental unit that provides for the publicly funded mental health needs of all eligible persons in Saginaw County. SCCMHA operates under contract with the Michigan Department of Community Health (MDCH) as a Pre-Paid Health Plan (PHP), serving persons with serious mental illness or emotional disorders, developmental disabilities, and substance abuse disorders.
ARC of Michigan
The mission of The Arc Michigan is to ensure that people with Developmental Disabilities are valued in order that they and their families can participate fully in and contribute to their community.
The vision of The Arc Michigan is that all people realize and fulfill their dreams of having employment, education, meaningful relationships, and living independently within their community.
The mission of Judson Center, a non-profit, human service agency located in Southeastern Michigan, is to help children, adults and families improve their lives.
Hope Network – New Passages
New Passages is a proud part of Hope Network, a non-profit Christian organization founded in 1963 to empower people with disabilities or disadvantages to achieve their highest level of independence.
Hope Network New Passages offers a full range of community-based behavioral health services. Combining cutting edge technology with a firm commitment to community integration, New Passages is committed to providing the best behavioral health care possible.
Services include a wide range of housing options, case management, crisis intervention, outpatient services, psychosocial rehabilitation, and employment services.
Detroit Wayne County Community Mental Health
The purpose of the Detroit Wayne Mental Health Authority (DWMHA) is to ensure support, care and treatment services to adults with mental illness, individuals with developmental disabilities, children with serious emotional disturbances and persons with substance use disorders and their families so they can make choices in care, live in the community and achieve desired outcomes through individualized health goals.
Michigan Association of Community Health Boards
The Michigan Association of Community Mental Health Boards was created in 1967 to support county mental health services programs (CMHSPs) in promoting, maintaining and improving a comprehensive range of community-based mental health services, which enhance the quality of life, promote the emotional well-being, and contribute to healthy and secure communities which benefit all of Michigan’s citizens. Services managed and delivered by CMHSPs are designed to assist individuals in achieving, maintaining and maximizing their potential and are provided in accordance with the principles of person centered planning.
Social Security Official Website
Social security describes a program that uses public funds to provide a degree of economic security for the public. The specific social security discussed here is the United States government program established in 1935 that provides old age, disability, and survivors insurance, as well as supplemental security income, an income for elderly or disabled people.
Macomb County Community Mental Health
Macomb County Community Mental Health, guided by the values, strengths and informed choices of the people we serve, provides quality services which promote recovery, community participation, self-sufficiency, and independence.