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News & Events

Feb 9

How healthy is your relationship?

Relationships can be repaired with communication | Downriver Life | thenewsherald.com

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Dec 22

Tips for recovering alcoholics on managing temptations during the holidays

Jill Blackson, Deputy Director at Community Care Services talks to Deanna Lites from WWJ Newsradio 950 about strategies recovering alcoholics can use to  manage temptations during the holidays.

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Oct 19

Take steps to recognize and manage seasonal depression

By Susan Kozak For The News-Herald As the season changes and daylight hours shorten, most people feel a little down and dread going to work in the dark and coming home in the dark. Usual outdoor activities either cease or are brought indoors.This lack of daylight is what has been determined to be the cause […]

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Aug 26

Community Care Services, Deputy Director, Jill Blackson stops by TV20

Community Care Services, Deputy Director, Jill Blackson stops by TV20 to share some strategies for minimizing back-to-school anxiety.

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Mar 14

Community Care Services Awarded $440,000+ grant from Detroit Wayne Mental Health Authority

Funds Will Support New On-Site Mental Health Services and Substance Abuse Programs at Six Schools in Taylor and River Rouge, Mich. LINCOLN PARK, Mich. – March 14, 2016 – Community Care Services (CCS), a non-profit agency established more than 30 years ago that specializes in the treatment of mental health and substance use disorders, recently […]

Dec 3

Specialty courts cut costs, improve lives

Regionalism in government is a wonderful concept that is sometimes difficult to implement. Wayne County alone has 20 separate district courts and four municipal courts, each with its own judge or judges, funding source, court administrator and probation department. Many of these courts were created in times when government in general was expanding, not shrinking […]

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