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If you are seeking help from Community Care Services you can call us at 313-389-7500 or request a call back from one of our access staff.

313.389.7500

If there is an immediate risk of injury or death, please call 911. For a suicide prevention hotline, please call 1-(844)-623-4347.

News & Events

Mar 22

March brings more opportunity to binge drink

By Susan Kozak Special to Digital First Media Mar 22, 2018 March ushers in the spring season, a reason to celebrate after such a long winter. It also happens to bring with it seasonal celebrations such as March Madness, St. Patrick’s Day, spring break and Tigers opening day. And one common element that ties all […]

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Feb 15

Coping with an alcoholic parent

By Susan Kozak Special to The News-Herald Feb 15, 2018 As estimated one in 12 Americans suffer from alcohol abuse or dependence according to the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence. As a result, an estimated 26.8 million children are exposed, at varying degrees, to alcoholism in the family, placing them at higher risk […]

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Jan 8

Winter blues…. It’s a real thing.

Jill Blackson visited WXYZ Detroit to share tips on how to avoid the winter blues and what to do if you thinks it’s something more serious.

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Jan 8

Are you feeling blah?

Jill Blackson sits down with Fox 2’s Charlie Langton to talk about strategies for avoiding the winter blues.

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Dec 29

Make your mental health a priority in 2018

Six things you can do to improve your mental wellness: Focus on what you’re grateful for, no matter how small. Get more sleep, even an extra 30 minutes a night will help. Have some fun, do something you enjoy at least once a week. Move your body, try adding a daily walk to your schedule. […]

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Jul 4

Gardening is good for the mind and body

By Susan Kozak For The News-Herald July 4, 2017 Summer is here. The season most of us yearn for is upon us, filled with sunshine and light. Yet, even with the sunshine, bevy of outdoor activities and the warm feelings of what seems like endless days, our life stresses don’t stop. Our bills still need […]

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CCS has been designated an Urgent Behavioral Health Care Services Provider

With the evolving issues around COVID-19 the need for urgent behavioral health care services is growing. We are here to help. Regardless of where you are currently receiving treatment, we can see you if your provider is not available. No appointment is necessary.  You can walk-in or call-in for services. Visit our COVID-19 page for more information.  Your wellness is our top priority.

WALK-IN:
Community Care Services,
26184 W. Outer Drive, Building A,
Lincoln Park, MI 48146

CALL-IN: 313-389-7500
(mention you are seeking URGENT behavioral health services)

HOURS: Monday thru Friday 8:30 am – 6:00 pm

We’re in this together. Take care, stay safe.

Susan, Kozak, LMSW

Executive Director, Community Care Services