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News & Events

Mar 22

Lincoln Park mental health center offers clients an educational lifeline

The Detroit Public Schools system failed her. Community Care Services did not. After a mental breakdown, and after a couple years passed, 27-year-old Corrtney Jennings joined Community Care Services, a mental health treatment center in Lincoln Park, where she was diagnosed with schizophrenia. From memory loss to bouts of anxiety, attending school has been a Herculean feat, but with one class […]

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Mar 25

Ready, Set, Refresh – free virtual parenting discussion

READY SET REFRESH Register Here Thursday, March 25 4:30-5:30pm Community Care Services is hosting a free, virtual discussion on parenting kids with ADHD, depression, trauma, opposition, and anxiety. We’ll explore topics such as… Parenting styles that work best Taking a “me” break to recharge Stepping in, or standing back Therapy versus medication Let us know […]

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Feb 23

Importance of building and boosting self confidence

Link to News Herald Article From personal relationships to success at work, self-esteem makes a difference By Susan Kozak For MediaNews Group Low self-esteem can influence many aspects of our lives. Its an indicator of our self-worth and how others will perceive us. Having a negative self-perception will stop us from speaking our mind, dealing […]

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Jan 11

Guard your mental health against winter blues

By Susan Kozak For MediaNews Group When the temperatures are cold and gray days go on seemingly for weeks, winter months equate to seasonal affective disorder, a category of depression that affects 10 million Americans according to Psychology Today. This year, that condition referred to as SAD, has multiple other factors impacting our mental health […]

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Dec 15

Lessons from 2020 to take into the new year

By Susan Kozak For MediaNews Group For better or worse, we’ve all made it through 2020 in some shape or form. The pandemic, the protests, the fight for racial injustice, and an arduous election season have tested and shaped us this year. These collective experiences we’ve all endured challenged us to assess and adapt to […]

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Nov 11

Caring for the caregiver

By Susan Kozak For MediaNews Group Chances are, it’s a role we will all take on at some point in our lives and can be a thankless job at times. Family caregivers manage health emergencies, juggle priorities, and suffer isolation – and all that was before COVID. The pandemic brought even more challenges as family […]

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Oct 25

Mental health issues, substance abuse escalate as access to vital care dwindles

By Susan Kozak Special to the Detroit Free Press It should come as no surprise to anyone that mental health and substance abuse issues are escalating during the coronavirus pandemic.  What may come as a surprise is the extent of this problem and that we are likely to see the number of individuals with mental […]

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Oct 16

‘Pandemic fatigue’ causing a national mental health crisis

Click here for mental health screening tools There is no question, 2020 has been a year like no other. The pandemic has already brought with it a mental health crisis, according to data from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. A new report found that Americans are experiencing more coronavirus-related mental health issues […]

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Sep 18

Establishing and maintaining recovery during a pandemic

By Susan Kozak For MediaNews Group September is National Recovery Month, an observance to reflect on recovery and a reminder that a life free of addictive substances is possible. While people determined to seek or maintain sobriety can succeed, the coronavirus has made it more challenging than usual. The combination of isolation, fear of getting […]

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