1 SACRED HEART REHABILITATION CENTER, INC. 400 Stoddard Road P.O. Box Memphis, MI Phone: (810) Fax: (810) (888) (810) Evening phone: (810) Van: (313) Contact: Grady L. Wilkinson, President BRANCH OFFICES: Westland Sacred Heart - Outpatient 1155 North Wayne Road Westland, MI Phone: (248) Fax: (248) Warren Sacred Heart - Outpatient 8150 East Old 13 Mile Road, Suite 100 Warren, MI Phone: (586) Fax: (586) Monday - Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. CLIENT ELIGIBILITY: Adult citizens of Michigan. SERVICES PROVIDED: Sacred Heart Center is a residential facility treating adult males and females suffering from alcoholism and other drug dependencies. The program is chemical free and uses a treatmentby-objective methodology incorporating the principles and philosophy of Alcoholics Anonymous. Specific services included medical detoxification, individual and group counseling, 24-month follow-up regimen for clients who complete the residential stay. Length of stay can be from four to twelve weeks, depending on needs and circumstances. CLIENT FEES: Third party, self-pay, and FIA assistance for indigent. INTAKE PROCEDURES: Call intake counselor to establish bed availability and schedule intake appointment. FUNDED BY: Family Independence Agency, Michigan Department of Community Health, insurance, fees, and donations. SAINT CLARE OF ASSISI West Ten Mile Road Farmington Hills, MI Phone: (248) Fax: (248) Monday - Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. CLIENT ELIGIBILITY: Teens and older. SERVICES PROVIDED: Acceptance class for growing as a person. AA meetings. INTAKE PROCEDURES: None. FUNDED BY: Church.
2 SAINT DANIEL CATHOLIC COMMUNITY 7010 Valley Park Drive Clarkston, MI Phone: (248) Fax: (248) Website: Contact: Rev. Msgr. Robert Hymitz, Pastor None. SERVICES PROVIDED: Rent and food assistance. INTAKE PROCEDURES: Call for information. FUNDED BY: Donations. EMERGENCY SERVICES: Rent and food assistance, call (248) SALVATION ARMY, THE 34 Oakland Avenue Pontiac, MI Phone: (248) Fax: (248) Contact: Major Noel Mason Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. CLIENT ELIGIBILITY: Clients must be 18 years of age or older, and a North Oakland County resident. SERVICES PROVIDED: Any emergency considered. We will help directly or by referral. Food, clothing and furniture for fire victims. Housing assistance, utility assistance, and community center for children and adults. CLIENT FEES: None requested. INTAKE PROCEDURES: Interview in the office. VOLUNTEERS: Adult volunteers used for social services department and community center. FUNDED BY: The Salvation Army and United Way. EMERGENCY SERVICES: Housing, food, and utilities. Fire victim assistance with clothing and shelter. SALVATION ARMY, THE - ADULT REHABILITATION CENTER - PONTIAC 118 West Lawrence Street Pontiac, MI Phone: (248) Fax: (248) Contact: Larry Shultz Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. CLIENT ELIGIBILITY: Men over 21 years of age with a treatable handicap (substance abuse, homelessness, etc). SERVICES PROVIDED: The Adult Rehabilitation Center offers a work/residential program that incorporates 12-step programs, counseling, Bible classes, and chapel services. All basic material needs are provided (food, shelter, and clothing). INTAKE PROCEDURES: Call or walk in Monday Friday, 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. VOLUNTEERS: Adults needed to help teach classes (must be qualified) and to prepare items for thrift stores. FUNDED BY: Donations of usable clothing, furniture, vehicles, etc., which are sold through our thrift stores.
3 SALVATION ARMY, THE - ROYAL OAK 3015 North Main Royal Oak, MI Phone: (248) Fax: (248) Contact: Renee Wojciechowski, Director of Social Services E mail: Monday - Friday, 9:00 a.m.-12:00/1:00-4:00 p.m. CLIENT ELIGIBILITY: Pleasant Ridge, Berkley, Clawson, Troy, Royal Oak, Oak Park, and Huntington Woods. SERVICES PROVIDED: Emergency food assistance. Utility, housing, and financial assistance. ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: Low income/based on emergency (case by case) INTAKE PROCEDURES: Please call for appointment. Walk-in for emergency only. SHELTER: None. FUNDED BY: United Way, Consumer s Energy, and other private donations. LANGUAGE SERVICES OFFERED: English EMERGENCY SERVICES: Food assistance. SERVICE AREA DESCRIPTION: (Southeast Oakland County) Southfield residents, call Farmington Hills Corps Berkley Clawson Huntington Woods Pleasant Ridge Birmingham Ferndale Madison Heights Royal Oak Bloomfield Hills Hazel Park Oak Park Royal Oak Township Troy EMERGENCY SERVICES: (Social Services Department) Monthly supplemental food program (every 30 days) Emergency food Emergency medical Transportation Utility assistance programs (seasonal) (Clients must apply at F.I.A. first for SER and obtain a Decision Notice, not a Denial Notice) Spiritual counseling Budget counseling Holiday assistance for children (newborn-14) and seniors Family camp (mom s and children 12 and under) (Echo Grove Campground) Visually Impaired Camp (Echo Grove Campground) Network referrals CHURCH AND COMMUNITY CENTER PROGRAMS: Youth character building programs (several) Scrapbook Club Sunday School-9:30 Handicapped program Open gym for men Sunday Services- 11:00 Senior program Day Camp/Latch Key (summer) Featuring Brass Band Bible study groups (several) ages 6-12 and Adult Choir For more information on Church and Community Center programs, call Dawn Wilk, corps secretary at (248) , or e mail at
4 SAMARITAN COUNSELING CENTER OF SOUTHEASTERN MICHIGAN West Eleven Mile Farmington Hills, MI Phone: (248) Fax: (248) Contact: Dr. Wesley Burn BRANCH OFFICES: 1669 West Maple Road Birmingham, MI Phone: (248) North Main Street Milford, MI Phone: (248) Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. CLIENT ELIGIBILITY: Adolescents and adults. SERVICES PROVIDED: Counseling services for adults and adolescents; individual couples and family therapy provided in the context of the client s religious values. We also provide educational opportunities such as preparation for marriage, vocational concerns, divorce, and rebuilding. CLIENT FEES: Adjustable fee scale. INTAKE PROCEDURES: Can be on telephone or in person. VOLUNTEERS: Adult volunteers for light office work and to answer phones. FUNDED BY: Client fees, individual donations, churches, and organizations. LANGUAGE SERVICES OFFERED: English and Spanish. SEQUOIA RECOVERY SERVICES 613 West Huron Street Pontiac, MI Phone: (248) Fax: (248) Contact: Paul Ferrell or Mark Herington Monday - Friday, 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. CLIENT ELIGIBILITY: Dual diagnosis of 17 year olds and older for substance abuse treatment and prevention. SERVICES PROVIDED: Outpatient, intensive inpatient, three-quarter housing, and weekend intervention programs. CLIENT FEES: Sliding fee scale. Varies according to service. INTAKE PROCEDURES: Assessment and placement. FUNDED BY: Oakland County Health Division, Office of Substance Abuse, and Oakland County Community Corrections. HANDICAPPED ACCESSIBLE: No.
5 SHARING AND CARING 3577 West 13 Mile Road Royal Oak, MI Phone: (248) Fax: (248) (888) Contact: Maryl Tull Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. CLIENT ELIGIBILITY: Breast cancer patients and survivors. SERVICES PROVIDED: Weekly Thursday night open house and annual educational symposium. Support services for newly diagnosed breast cancer patients; community services, special events (i.e. Race for the Cure); and resource and referral. INTAKE PROCEDURES: None. VOLUNTEERS: No special requirements needed. FUNDED BY: Donald and Joanne Peterson Foundation affiliated with William Beaumont Hospital. SICKLE CELL DISEASE ASSOCIATION FOR AMERICA - MICHIGAN CHAPTER, INC James Couzens Detroit, MI Phone: (313) Contact: Dr. Dexter Shurney Monday - Friday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., Thursday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. CLIENT ELIGIBILITY: Supportive services are only available to individuals with a Sickle Cell disease. No restriction on educational sessions, testing, or counseling. SERVICES PROVIDED: Informational presentation, testing for Sickle Cell conditions in community locations, or at the fixed center services which include social service, tutorial, career, and vocational counseling, summer camp, and support groups. INTAKE PROCEDURES: Call for an appointment. FUNDED BY: Michigan Department of Community Health, United Way Community Services of Southwestern Michigan, and contributions.
6 SOBRIETY HOUSE, INC West Grand Boulevard P.O. Box Detroit, MI Phone: (313) Fax: (313) Website: Contact: Jerome F. Foster Monday - Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. CLIENT ELIGIBILITY: Males, 18 years of age and older, who are recovering, mobile, and work eligible. SERVICES PROVIDED: Individual counseling, group therapy, didactic lectures, and 12-step sessions. CLIENT FEES: Most third party, Medicaid, FIA, and self-pay. INTAKE PROCEDURES: Call for pre-intake interview. FUNDED BY: Third party contracts, Family Independence Agency, resident fees, and donations. SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION 1280 Pontiac Road Pontiac, MI Phone: (800) Fax: (248) Website: Contact: Brian Robinson Monday - Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. CLIENT ELIGIBILITY: Retirement at age 62 or older, and have worked a specific length of time in employment covered by Social Security. Disability is available for those under age 65 with a severely disabling physical and/or mental condition that prevents gainful employment, and is expected to last 12 months, or results in death. When a worker dies, children under age 18 may receive benefits, or at any age if the child is severely disabled before age 22. Wife/husband or widow/widowers are eligible at any age if caring for children under age 16, or disabled. Please see our web site for details. SERVICES PROVIDED: Provide assistance in signing up for Medicare coverage and for filing for Medicare cards and replacing lost ones. We also change names on Social Security Cards, provide general and technical information to workers, employers, and other agencies, conduct a speakers bureau regarding Social Security, and change addresses for those who move while receiving Social Security checks. FUNDED BY: FICA Taxes. LANGUAGE SERVICES OFFERED: English and Spanish.
7 SOCIETY OF ST. VINCENT DE PAUL 2929 East Grand Boulevard Detroit, MI Phone: (877) Fax: (313) Contact: Roger Playwin BRANCH OFFICES: Robert Matchan Nutrition Center 150 East Wide Track Pontiac, MI Phone: (248) Contact: Leona Patterson St. Vincent De Paul Thrift Store 750 North Perry Pontiac, MI Phone: (248) Monday - Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. CLIENT ELIGIBILITY: Anyone can seek help. Strictly based on needs. SERVICES PROVIDED: Food, clothes, furniture, limited financial help with housing costs, utilities, medical or transportation. INTAKE PROCEDURES: Help is provided through the local Catholic Church. Call rectory and request help from the St. Vincent de Paul group. FUNDED BY: Private donations through the churches, donations from individuals, and thrift stores. LANGUAGE SERVICES OFFERED: English and Spanish. SOUTH HILL BAPTIST CHURCH 1250 South Hill Road Milford, MI Phone: (248) Fax: (248) MAILING ADDRESS: P.O. Box 219 Milford, MI Monday - Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. CLIENT ELIGIBILITY: None. SERVICES PROVIDED: Parenting and marriage classes. CLIENT FEES: Cost of workbook $15. INTAKE PROCEDURES: Call church office to register. FUNDED BY: Donations to church. EMERGENCY SERVICES: Food and shelter.
8 SOUTH OAKLAND SHELTER 431 North Main Royal Oak, MI Phone: (248) Fax: (248) Contact: Monica Duncan Monday - Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. SERVICES PROVIDED: A non-profit emergency homeless assistance agency. SOS provides shelter, meals, and case management services for families primarily within Oakland County. The shelter works in collaboration with several religious groups to provide families with a support network and a safe environment while in housing transition. Our mission is to provide emergency shelter and work with individuals and families toward their goals of improving their existing situation (i.e. attaining employment/income, budgeting and saving, locating affordable and appropriate housing). Also, SOS provides community referrals to families to address additional needs and to achieve a continuum of care. The length of time the families are permitted to remain at the shelter depends primarily on progressive improvement and adherence to shelter rules and standards. INTAKE PROCEDURES: If a bed is available, have two pieces of identification (picture I.D. and Social Security Card). Must answer basic questions about life, and obtain employment in two weeks. FUNDED BY: Non-profit. EMERGENCY SERVICES: Security deposit, rents, utilities, and food. TARGETED CULTURAL POPULATION: Homeless community. SOUTHFIELD HOUSING COMMISSION C/o Human Resources Department Evergreen Southfield, MI Phone: (248) Monday - Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. CLIENT ELIGIBILITY: Low income and senior citizens. SERVICES PROVIDED: Urgent need and limited home repairs. A number of communities in Oakland County have established housing commissions to assist in meeting the housing needs of residents and newcomers. A major responsibility of a housing commission is to administer public housing units (federally subsidized) within the community for families and elderly persons of low income. The housing commission is responsible for overseeing the proper upkeep-maintenance of the public housing units and also deals with resolving complaints of tenants. A public housing commission office may also provide information and assistance in helping persons to locate suitable housing within the community. Assists persons who are planning to either rent or purchase a home, rent an apartment, have complaints about rental property, are facing HUD foreclosure, need help in locating legal assistance, have Fair Housing problems, or are interested in a home equity mortgage (seniors). FUNDED BY: Department of Housing and Urban Development. EMERGENCY SERVICES: Yes, limited home repairs.
9 SOUTHFIELD HUMAN SERVICES DEPARTMENT Berg Road Southfield, MI Phone: (248) Fax: (248) Website: Contact: Susan Cuevas Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. CLIENT ELIGIBILITY: Southfield/Lathrup residents only. Each case is individually screened. SERVICES PROVIDED: Legal aid, emergency food, limited utility, rent assistance, outreach caseworker, senior citizen caseworker, and counseling. Goodfellows screening and distribution, Parent-Youth Guidance, and referrals. CLIENT FEES: Sliding fee scale. INTAKE PROCEDURES: Call, walk-in, and referrals from other agencies. VOLUNTEERS: 16 years of age and older. FUNDED: City of Southfield, donations, and contributions. HANDICAPPED ACCESSIBLE: No. EMERGENCY SERVICES: Utility and rental assistance, emergency food, and bus tickets. SOUTHWESTERN OAKLAND CABLE COMMISSION Nine Mile Road Farmington Hills, MI Phone: (248) Fax: (248) Contact: Caren Collins-Fifer, Executive Director Monday - Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. CLIENT ELIGIBILITY: None. SERVICES PROVIDED: TV production workshops (van, remote camera, studio training, and editing). INTAKE PROCEDURES: Call for information. FUNDED BY: Cable provider. SPACE FOR CHANGING FAMILIES Lahser Road, Suite 100 Southfield, Michigan Phone: (248) Fax: (248) Contact: Judy Kozten Monday - Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. CLIENT ELIGIBILITY: Children, adults, and families experiencing divorce or bereavement. SERVICES PROVIDED: Support groups for children dealing with the divorce of their parents or the death of a loved one. CLIENT FEES: Donations or low cost. INTAKE PROCEDURES: Call. VOLUNTEERS: Volunteers facilitate some of the groups. FUNDED BY: National Council of Jewish Women - Greater Detroit Section, DeRoy Testamentary Funds, and Target Corporation.
10 SPAULDING FOR CHILDREN Northland Drive, Suite 120 Southfield, MI Phone: (248) Fax: 48) Website: Contact: Addie D. Williams, MSW, JD, President and CEO Monday - Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. CLIENT ELIGIBILITY: Children up to 18 years of age for foster care and adoption. Single or married persons interested in fostering or adopting. SERVICES PROVIDED: Foster care, adoption and post adoption services, training and leadership services, The National Resource Center for Special Needs Adoption, and technical assistance to other adoption agencies. CLIENT FEES: None to foster and adoptive parents. INTAKE PROCEDURES: Call. VOLUNTEERS: 18 years of age or older. FUNDED BY: Gifts, grants, and purchase fees from FIA. EMERGENCY SERVICES: 24-hour emergency assistance to our foster and adoptive parents. TARGETED CULTURAL POPULATION: African American children and special needs children who have been in the child welfare system for a long period of time. SPECIAL OLYMPICS - OAKLAND COUNTY 3526 Sashabaw Road P.O. Box Waterford, MI Phone: (248) Fax: (248) Website: Monday and Tuesday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. CLIENT ELIGIBILITY: Mentally retarded people, ages eight to ninety-nine. SERVICES PROVIDED: Sports training and competition. INTAKE PROCEDURES: Call office. Medical guardian release. VOLUNTEERS: 18 years and older. All skills and abilities. FUNDED BY: Private donations. EMERGENCY SERVICES: Medical personnel at each event.
11 SPECTRUM COMMUNITY SERVICES Joy Road Westland, MI Phone: (734) Fax: (734) Monday - Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. CLIENT ELIGIBILITY: Determined by contract with Community Mental Health agencies in each county permanent wards. SERVICES PROVIDED: Residential, respite and clinical service provisions for clients with developmental disabilities, medical challenges, behavioral challenges, mental illness, Alzheimer s Disease and dementia. These services are based individually on the consumer of service, and his/her legal representative. We endeavor to treat all people, consumers, families, representatives, and agencies with dignity and respect. Mother and child apartment complex. INTAKE PROCEDURES: Receive referrals from care management organizations and independent agencies to set up interview. FUNDED BY: Community Mental Health. ST. JOHN HOME CARE - Providence Home Health Care W. Twelve Mile Rd. Farmington Hills, MI Phone: (248) Fax: (248) TDD: (248) Monday - Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. CLIENT ELIGIBILITY: Homebound patients in Wayne and Oakland Counties. SERVICES PROVIDED: Skilled nursing, physical therapy, speech therapy, occupational therapy, medication, social work, home health care, and OB services. CLIENT FEES: Insurance, Medicaid, and Medicare. INTAKE PROCEDURES: Contact Carleen. FUNDED BY: Insurance, Medicaid, and Medicare. LANGUAGE SERVICES OFFERED: English, and interpreters. TARGETED CULTURAL POPULATION: The elderly. ST. JOHN OAKLAND HOSPITAL - Community Wellness Dequindre Madison Heights, MI Phone: (888) Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. CLIENT ELIGIBILITY: No restrictions. SERVICES PROVIDED: Blood pressure screening, smoking cessation, life saving skills, CPR and first aid, support groups, bereavement, cancer, diabetes, and AIDS support. CLIENT FEES: Some fees for programs. INTAKE PROCEDURES: Call. FUNDED BY: St. John Health Services.
12 ST. JOHN SERVICES - Providence Division Service West 12 Mile Road Farmington Hills, MI Phone: (248) Fax: (248) Contact: Cathy Slater, Manager Website: Monday - Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. CLIENT ELIGIBILITY: No restrictions. SERVICES PROVIDED: Skilled nursing, physical therapy, occupational therapy, social work, speech therapy, home care aide, hospice care, and infusion therapy. CLIENT FEES: Usually paid by insurance. INTAKE PROCEDURES: Call 1(800) VOLUNTEERS: All ages for hospice. LANGUAGE SERVICES OFFERED: English, French, and Arabic. ST. JOSEPH MERCY HEALTH SYSTEM 620 Byron Road, Suite 1 Howell, MI Phone: (810) Fax: (810) Contact: Peggy Andvecovich Monday - Wednesday, 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. Thursday, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. CLIENT ELIGIBILITY: Adults. SERVICES PROVIDED: Individual, family counseling, psychiatric evaluations, psychological screening, and medical reviews. INTAKE PROCEDURES: Call. EMERGENCY SERVICES: Referrals only. LANGUAGE SERVICES OFFERED: Arrangements can be made for other languages. ST. JOSEPH MERCY LIVINGSTON HOSPITAL East Grand River Brighton, MI Phone: (810) Fax: (810) Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. CLIENT ELIGIBILITY: 6 years of age and older. CLIENT FEES: Varies. Medicare and Medicaid accepted. INTAKE PROCEDURES: Call. EMERGENCY SERVICES: Yes. Referrals only. LANGUAGE SERVICES OFFERED: Arrangements can be made for other languages.
13 ST. JOSEPH MERCY OAKLAND - HAROLD E. FOX CENTER 900 Woodward Avenue Pontiac, Michigan Phone: (248) Fax: (2248) Website: Contact: Jim Hetner, Administrator Monday - Thursday, 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Friday, 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. CLIENT ELIGIBILITY: Outpatient clinic can take calls Monday through Thursdays, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., and Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. SERVICES PROVIDED: Inpatient psychiatric for adult, older adults, and children/adolescent; substance abuse (adults & adolescents) detoxification; residential, outpatient, and intensive outpatient; day hospital for adults and children/adolescents; and outpatient psychiatric clinic. 24-hour access center can provide immediate assessments for older adults and children/adolescents for the appropriate level of service. To contact an Access Center representative call, (248) CLIENT FEES: Varies. Call for more information. Accept Medicare, Medicaid, and other insurances for some treatment programs. INTAKE PROCEDURES: Call outpatient staff at (248) to schedule an intake with one of the therapists. Same day assessments are available. VOLUNTEERS: Yes. FUNDED BY: Private insurance. EMERGENCY SERVICES: Yes. ST. LOUIS CENTER Old U.S. 12 Chelsea, MI Phone: (734) Fax: (734) Contact: Fr. Joseph Rinaldo Monday - Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. CLIENT ELIGIBILITY: Adults and adolescents with mental retardation. SERVICES PROVIDED: Residential, respite, vocational training, recreational, summer program, and Snozehen Room. CLIENT FEES: Sliding scale. INTAKE PROCEDURES: By appointment only. VOLUNTEERS: Volunteers for a wide variety of activities, projects, and services. FUNDED BY: Private and local agencies. EMERGENCY SERVICES: Upon application. Respite and temporary placement. LANGUAGE SERVICES OFFERED: English, Spanish, and Italian.
14 ST. VINCENT AND SARAH FISHER CENTER West Twelve Mile Farmington Hills, MI Phone: (248) Fax: (248) Website: Contact: Jean M. Vickers Monday - Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. CLIENT ELIGIBILITY: Ages pregnant teens, young adults, and Medicaid eligible pregnant women. SERVICES PROVIDED: Outreach case management services to pregnant and parenting young adults, teen mothers and fathers, and maternal and infant support services to Medicaid eligible pregnant women, including childbirth education, parent nurturing, young fatherhood program, and life skills classes. CLIENT FEES: Free of charge. INTAKE PROCEDURES: Call (248) VOLUNTEERS: Yes. FUNDED BY: County, state, federal grants, United Way; and donations. EMERGENCY SERVICES: 24 -hour availability by pager. LANGUAGE SERVICES OFFERED: English, and translator when needed.
15 STARR COMMONWEALTH Starr Commonwealth Road Albion, MI Phone: (517) Fax: (517) Website: Contact: Arlin Ness, CEO BRANCH OFFICES: Starr Commonwealth - Detroit West Seven Mile Detroit, MI Phone: (313) Fax: (313) Garfield Avenue Battle Creek, MI Phone: (269) Fax: (269) Obetz Road Columbus, OH Phone: (614) Fax: (614) Lincoln Highway Van Wert, OH Phone: (419) Fax: (419) Intake Office: Attn: Renee Hunt Starr Commonwealth Starr Commonwealth Road Albion, MI VOLUNTEERS: Adults. FUNDED BY: Fees, private donations, and foundation donations. Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. CLIENT ELIGIBILITY: For Adolescent Residential - Young men, 12 to 17 years of age, able to participate in an educational program. Must be referred through Court. For Pre-Adolescent Residential - Young men, years of age, primarily referred for sexually reactive behaviors. Must be referred through the court. For Community Based - Serves young men, young women, and families in the community and in school settings, who are dealing with issues of abuse/neglect, adjustment, and mental health issues. For Montcalm School - Private referral program for young men, 12 to 17 years of age, able to participate in an educational and treatment program. No Disposable Kids - Educator and treatment professional training program. SERVICES PROVIDED: Multi-service including residential treatment, treatment for foster care, supervised independent living, alternative education and outdoor-adventure education, as well as residential education and training for professionals. Length of stay varies with individual need and program specifications. Special education services are provided for the residential treatment programs. CLIENT FEES: Varies by program. Most are based on per-diem rates. The Montcalm School charges tuition. Training programs vary based on the service purchased. INTAKE PROCEDURES: Contact the Intake Office.
16 STERLING HEIGHTS DAY CAMP FOR MENTALLY IMPAIRED Utica Rd. P. O. Box 8009 Sterling Heights, MI Phone: (586) Fax: (586) Web site: Contact: Diane Winterstein CLIENT ELIGIBILITY: Residents and non-residents 5-26 years old, TMI and EMI. SERVICES PROVIDED: City of Sterling Heights Parks and Recreation Department Special Recreation Program. CLIENT FEES: Registration, trip, and activity fees. Registration fees are $100 per Sterling Heights resident and $180 per Sterling Heights resident family; $105 per non-resident and $190 per non-resident family. INTAKE PROCEDURES: Registrations accepted as of June 1, FUNDED BY: Participants and city budget. HANDICAPPED ACCESSIBLE: Yes LANGUAGE SERVICES OFFERED: English. STERLING HEIGHTS DAY CAMP FOR PHYSICALLY IMPAIRED Utica Rd. P. O. Box 8009 Sterling Heights, MI Phone: (586) Fax: (586) Web site: Contact: Diane Winterstein CLIENT ELIGIBILITY: Residents and non-residents 4-26 years old with a physical impairment. SERVICES PROVIDED: City of Sterling Heights Parks and Recreation Department Special Recreation Program. CLIENT FEES: Registration, trip, and activity fees. Registration fees are $100 per Sterling Heights resident and $180 per Sterling Heights resident family; $105 per non-resident and $190 per non-resident family. INTAKE PROCEDURES: Registrations accepted as of June 1, FUNDED BY: Participants and city budget. HANDICAPPED ACCESSIBLE: Yes LANGUAGE SERVICES OFFERED: English.
17 SUBSTANCE ABUSE PREVENTION/COMMUNITY ACTION GROUPS IN OAKLAND COUNTY Monday - Friday, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. SERVICES PROVIDED: There exist throughout Oakland County a broad range of citizen action organizations whose purpose is to work to prevent abuse of alcohol and other drugs. These organizations are involved in the education of parents and young people about the consequences of alcohol and other drug use. VOLUNTEERS: In these groups, help local school teams of teachers/counselors, parents and students to present education programs, parenting seminars, student forums, etc. Also, these groups study long-term solutions to the problems of substance abuse and sponsor positive alternative activity and support services for youth. Most of these organizations welcome volunteer help. In addition to contacting a specific group at phone numbers and addresses listed below, you may call the Oakland County Office of Substance Abuse at (248) Birmingham Community Coalition 1525 Covington Road Bloomfield Hills, MI Phone: (248) Contact: Lisa Machesky Brandon Youth Coalition 4900 Hummer Lake Ortonville, MI Phone: (248) Contact: Lynne Huff Clarkston Community Coalition for Youth P.O. Box 702 Clarkston, MI Phone: (248) Contact: Dree Wint Clawson Community Coalition P.O. Box 77 Clawson, MI Phone: (248) Ext Contact: Debbie Arnold Farmington/Farmington Hills Call to Action Coalition Shiawassee Farmington, MI Phone: (248) Contact: Estralee Michaelson Greater Pontiac Community Coalition 143 Oneida Pontiac, MI Phone: (248) Contact: Ray Wright/Zenet Pattern Greater West Bloomfield Community Coalition for Youth P.O. Box West Bloomfield, MI Phone: (248) Contact: Donna Schaerer Holly Area Youth Coalition 3442 Herrington Drive Holly, MI Phone: (248) Contact: Mary Ann Vergith/Susan Papple Huron Valley Communities in Action 710 Elkinford White Lake, MI Phone: (248) Contact: Karen Rimatski Lakes Area Community Coalition 615 North Pontiac Trail Walled Lake, MI Phone: (248) Contact: Bunny Kaczkowski Lyon Area Prevention Coalition 392 Stanford South Lyon, MI Phone: (248) Contact: Maryann Mihalic Madison Heights Community Family Coalition 300 West Thirteen Mile Road Madison Heights, MI Phone: (248) Contact: Delanena Ormsby
18 Novi Community That Cares Coalition City of Novi Police Department West Ten Mile Road Novi, MI Phone: (248) Contact: Beth Belter Orion/Oxford Community Coalition P.O. Box 558 Lake Orion, MI Phone: (248) Contact: Gary Binzer Rochester/Auburn Hills Community Coalition P.O. Box Rochester, MI Phone: (248) Contact: Katrina McGuire Royal Oak Prevention Coalition 4420 Livernois Troy, MI Phone: (248) Contact: Diane Dovico Southeast Oakland Coalition 1841 Pinecrest Drive Ferndale, MI Phone: (248) Contact: Chris Dewan Southfield Community Coalition for Prevention of Substance Abuse and Violence c/o Department of Human Services-Southfield Berg Road Southfield, MI Phone: (248) Contact: Susan Cuevas Tri-Community Coalition (Berkley, Huntington Woods, Oak Park) P.O. Box Berkley, MI Oak Park Boulevard Oak Park, MI Phone: (248) Contact: Judy Rubin Troy Community Coalition 4420 Livernois Troy, MI Phone: (248) Contact: Ann Comiskey Waterford Coalition for Youth 5640 Williams Lake Road Waterford, MI Phone: (248) Contact: Phil Goodman SUPER SKILLS 3750 Lamplighter Dr. Ann Arbor, MI Phone: (734) E mail: Contact: Judith Coucouvanis CLIENT ELIGIBILITY: Children ages 6-12 with suspected or diagnosed autism spectrum disorder. SERVICES PROVIDED: Social skills training group for high-functioning children on the autism spectrum, including High Functioning Autistic Disorder, Asperger s Disorder, and PDD-NOS. New classes begin fall Registration limited. CLIENT FEES: $55.00 per session. INTAKE PROCEDURES: Screening interview. FUNDED BY: Private pay. LANGUAGE SERVICES OFFERED: English.
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