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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.


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News & Events

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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Jun 15

Identifying and addressing post-traumatic stress disorder

By Susan Kozak For The News-Herald June 13, 2017 Each year, June 27 is observed as National Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) Awareness Day, with the entire month of June commonly dedicated to PTSD Awareness Month. Mental health advocates and professionals, like the team at Community Care Services, are working hard to bring greater public awareness […]

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Mar 17

As season of binge drinking approaches, know the dangers

Several upcoming seasonal celebrations such as St. Patrick’s Day, spring break and Tigers opening day tend to center around consuming alcohol. Not to cast a shadow on the fun and festivities, but these occasions are sometimes an excuse to overindulge or worse, binge drinking, which has very serious consequences. Binge drinking is reported by one […]

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Mar 13

Dangers of binge drinking

With spring break, opening day and St. Patrick’s Day right around the corner it’s a good time to make sure your drinking is not leading to dangerous behavior.

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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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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.

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