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Substance Abuse and Mental Health

The Detroit Wayne Mental Health Authority

The purpose of the Detroit Wayne Mental Health Authority 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.

Crisis Screening and Referral Centers

  • Psychiatric Intervention Center (P.I.C.)
    33101 Annapolis, Suite B
    Wayne, MI 48184
    (734) 721-0200
  • Detroit Receiving Hospital
    4201 St. Antoine
    Detroit, MI 48201
    (313) 745-3546
  • Sinai/Grace Hospital
    14800 W. McNichols
    Detroit, MI 48235
    (313) 961-3100

For Children:

  • The Children’s Center
    79 W. Alexandrine Street
    Detroit, MI 48201
    (313) 831-5535 or
    (313) 324-8557 Until Midnight
  • The Guidance Center
    13101 Allen Road
    Southgate, MI 48195
    (734) 785-7704 or
    (888) 711-5465 After 5 PM and Weekends


Salvation Army


7640 Michigan Ave

Provides services to individuals in need and resources such as housing and homeless services, adult rehabilitation, disaster relief, missing persons, elderly services, youth camps and many more.


Adult Well-Being Services


1423 Field Avenue
Detroit, MI 48214

Promotes health well-being and independence of adults through advocacy, services, family and community support.


Black Family Development


Substance Abuse Services
211 Glendale, Suite 206
Highland Park, MI 48203

The FACE program welcomes all individuals who identify a need for substance abuse and/or Co-occruing (mental health and substance abuse) disorder services. We provide Outpatient, Case Management, Women Specific and Co-Occurring Disorder services.


Southwest Solutions


  • Waterman Adult Outpatient Center
    1700 Waterman
    Detroit, MI 48209


  • 5715 Michigan Avenue
    Detroit, MI 48210

Promotes recovery and improves quality of life by focusing on our major program areas or Centers of Excellence: Adult Counseling Services; Early Childhood & Family Literacy; Children, Youth and Families; and Supportive Housing. Each Center of Excellence offers many different programs and services.


Starfish Family Services


30000 Hiveley
Inkster, MI 48141

Starfish Family Services is a private, nonprofit agency serving vulnerable children and families in metropolitan Detroit. Starfish is a leading provider of early childhood development and parenting programs, children’s mental health services, after school programs, and an emergency shelter for teens and youth in crisis.


The Guidance Center


13101 Allen Rd
Southgate, MI 48195

888-711-5465 Crisis Line (after hours) for mental health services only

This agency operates a wide range of programs and services at 23 locations and focus on mental health and wellness, early childhood education, free preschool for low-income families, developmental disabilities services and support, mentoring, substance abuse, workforce development, Kids-TALK Children’s Advocacy Center, community gardens, and research and evaluation.


New Center Community Services


2051 W Grand Blvd
Detroit, MI

New Center Community Services is dedicated to improving the mental health of residents of North Central Detroit and Highland Park. With six facilities, NCCS can provide quality mental health services and community support. Some programs include:

For adults:

  • Assertive Community treatment
  • Consumer Run
  • Hospital liaison
  • Medication Clinics
  • Partial Day
  • Pre-court screening

For children and Adolescents:

  • Abuse and Neglect
  • Project Resilience/Substance Abuse prevention


Start Your Recovery provides relatable information for people who are dealing with substance abuse issues – and their family members, friends, and co-workers, too. They provide information on abuse and misuse of alcohol, prescription or illegal drugs, or other substances, and aim to break through the clutter to help people at any stage of recovery.


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