DFD Employee Well-Being Services

Domestic Violence Assistance
Emotional & Mental Health Resources

Elder Care Support Resources

Family  Mental Health Resources

Financial Assistance Resources
Food Assistance Resources

Legal Assistance Resources

Psychiatric Hospitals

Shelter Resources

Substance Use Disorder Treatment Resources

 

Domestic Violence Assistance

Name of Service  Service Information
Wayne County - First Step  1-888-453-5900
Oakland County - Haven  1-877-922-1274
St. Clair Shores - Blue Water Safe Horizon  1-888-985-5538
Washtenaw County  1-734-995-5444
Livingston County 1-866-522-2725
Women in Touch 313-737-7168
[email protected]
YWCA of Metropolitan Detroit - The  Interim House  985 E. Jefferson Avenue Suite 101 Detroit, MI 48207
313-259-9922
[email protected]
U.S. National Domestic Violence Hotline  1-800-799-7233
1-800-799-SAFE
1-800-787-3224(TTY)
Crisis Text Line
Text - "Hello" to  741741 (U.S.)
652729: OK2SAY (CONFIDENTIAL TIP LINE)

 

 

Emotional & Mental Health Resources

Name of Service  Service Information
National Suicide Prevention Lifetime 1-800-273-8255
Firefighter Behavioral Health Alliance 1-847-209-8208
Fire/EMS Helpline 1-888-731-3473
City of Detroit's EAP Referral Services
HMSA - EAP ( Health Management Systems of America - Employee Assistance Program
Available 24/7
1-800-847-7240
Website Login = HMSA
Password - myresource
IAFF Center of Excellence 1-855-900-8437
13400 Edgemeade Rd, Upper
Marlboro, MD 20722
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) *To locate health care, substance abuse, and mental health care centers
https://findtreatment.samhsa.gov-/locator
*Macomb County Crisis Center: 1-586-307-9100
*Oakland County Crisis Helpline: 1-800-231-1127
1-855-565-2729: OK2SAY (confidential tip line)
Salvation Army 1-248-443-5500
16130 Northland Dr.
Southfield, MI 48075
Human Trafficking Hotline 1-888-373-7888
Text: 233733
Detroit Wayne Integrated Health Network (DWIHN) Helpline: 800-241-4949: TTY:  800-603-1044
Hour Help Line Mental Health & Substance Use Disorder
Access Line: 313-224-7000
General Phone: 313-833-2500
http://dwihn.org
*Adult Mental Health 
*Intellectual & Development Disabilities
*Children's system of Care
*Autism Spectrum Disorder
*Substance Use Disorders

 

Elder Care Support Resources

Name of Service  Service Information
Meals on Wheels in Southeastern Michigan Phone: 1-800-852-7795
Website : https://aaa1b.org/services-and-seniors/meals-on-wheels
Detroit Area Agency on Aging 1333 Brewery Park Blvd., Detroit, MI 48217
Phone number: 313-446-4444
www.detroitseniorsolution.org
Local aging programs that provide information and services on a range of assistance for older adults and those who care for them
Senior Alliance (for Western Wayne County) 1-888-731-3473
https://www.thesenioralliance.org
For senior services, information, and resources
Rite-Aids 1-800-748-3243
www.riteaid.com/pharmacy/services
Contact your local pharmacy to ask about delivery options
CVS www.cvs.com/content/coronavirus
www.cvs.con/content/delivery
Contact your local pharmacy to ask about delivery options

 

Family Mental Health Resources

Name of Service  Service Information
ACCESS Unit Phone: 313-841-7474
Southwest Counseling Solutions (Adults & Children) Phone: 313-841-8900
CHASS Clinic (Adults & Children; they have programming specifically for individuals in domestic violence situations-La Vida Program) Phone number: 313-849-3920
If you know, there are concerns regarding domestic violence, and the parent is seeking help, please email me, and I can give you the direct contact to the therapist we work with from CHASS
The Guidance Center (Adult & Children) Phone: 734-785-7700
Additionally, they have a mental health crisis line 888-771-5465
New Oakland Family Centers (Family Mental Health Services) Phone:800-395-3223
New Oakland also provides crisis screenings for individuals feeling unsafe/engaging in self-harm
The Children's Center (infant-18-years old) Phone: 313-262-1212
Crisis Center 313-324-8557
Starfish Family Services Phone: 888-355-5433

 

Financial Assistance Resources

Name of Service Service Information
Michigan Problem Gambling Helpline 1-800-270-7117
Cash Assistance and Social Services The state human services organization can direct low-income families and individuals to government financial assistance programs and other aid.
Get help with various needs, such as energy bills, food, child care costs, and medical bills.
Website: https://www.michigan.gov/mdhhs/0,5885,7-339-71547_5526---,00.html
Housing, Rent, and Security Deposits) Phone number: 313-849-3920
If you know, there are concerns regarding domestic violence, and the parent is seeking help, please email me,
and I can give you the direct contact to the therapist we work with from CHASS

 

Food Assistance Resources

Name of Service  Service Information
Gleaners Phone: 866-453-2637
Food Pantry website to find an agency in your area: pantrynet.org
Forgotten Harvest 21800 Greenfield Rd, Oak Park, MI 48237
Phone: 248-967-1500
https://www.forgottenharvest.org/
Calvary Presbyterian Church 19125 Greenview, Detroit 48219
Phone: 313-537-2590
Hours: 10:00 AM to 11:45 AM
Focus: HOPE Food distribution centers are offering pre-packaged food boxes via drive-up distribution for seniors 60 and older who meet income requirements and
live in Wayne, Oakland, Macomb, or Washtenaw counties from
Monday- Thursday 8 AM- 4 PM and Friday 8 AM-12 PM
Phone: 313-494-4600
Ford Resource and Engagement Center Eastside 15491 Maddelein St; Detroit, MI 48205
Phone: 313-733-1240 for eligibility and scheduling
Ford Resource and Engagement Center Southwest 826 Bagley; Detroit, MI 48216
Phone: 313-962-4888
Hours: Mon – Fri 8 AM – 6 PM; Sat 9 AM – 1 PM; Sun Closed
www.frec-detroit.org
Brightmoor Connection Food Pantry 16621 Lahser Rd, Detroit, MI 48219
Phone: 313-740-7688

 

Legal Assistance Resources

Name of Service  Service Information
Counsel and Advocacy Law Line

New Clients: (888) 783-8190

Eligibility and Services: Eligibility is determined based on federal poverty guidelines and other factors.

Provides legal representation and assistance in the following areas: family law, protection from abuse, housing (including foreclosure cases), consumer protection, public benefits, income tax, individual rights (such as making a will), estates and guardianships, expungement, education, LGBT rights, senior services, and driver’s license restoration.

Southeastern Michigan Administrative Services Group (SEMASG) - Legal Aid and Defender Association (LADA)

613 Abbott Street, 6th Floor
Detroit, MI 48226
Legal help: (877) 964-4700


Services Offered: Provides low-income individuals with full representation in public benefits/SSI cases, tax and mortgage foreclosure cases, and landlord-tenant cases.

Provides legal counsel regarding bankruptcy, education issues, and victims of human trafficking.


Eligibility Requirements: Eligibility is determined based on federal poverty guidelines. Generally, individuals at 125% FPG (income of $15,075 for an individual, $24,600 for a family of 4) will qualify for services. All potential clients must undergo screening to determine financial eligibility and ensure there are no conflicts of interest.

Free Legal Aid Clinic-Detroit [email protected]
5425 Woodward Avenue
Detroit, MI 48202
(313) 833-0058
Offers advice and direct representation in family law to income-eligible individuals.
Michigan Legal Help

PLEASE NOTE: The Do-It-Yourself Form tools on Michigan Legal Help (MLH) have been unavailable since Monday, February 7, due to a service outage. If you need legal forms for filing, https://www.courts.michigan.gov/SCAOforms/ or http://www.3rdcc.org/forms to find the documents that you need.
Offer access to michiganlegalhelp.org and navigators to assist with using the website. The website offers legal information on housing/landlord-tenant issues, debt collection, and unemployment benefits.

Self-Help Centers

  • 645 Griswold (Penobscot Building), Room 1145, open 9-4, Monday-Thursday (sign in by 2:30)
  • 1901 CAYMC, 2 Woodward Ave. in Detroit, Fridays 9-4 (sign in by 2:30)
  • Spanish and English speakers at 5716 Michigan Avenue, Ste. 4100 in Detroit
Elder Law Advocacy Center (313) 937-8291
Offers direct representation to individuals aged 60 or older who reside in Wayne County in landlord-tenant law and probate areas.
The Salvation Army William Booth Legal Aid Clinic

http://centralusa.salvationarmy.org/emi/williamboothlegalaidclinic
3737 Lawton, Detroit, MI 48208
(313) 361-6340
Assists with legal needs of individuals at or below federal poverty guidelines in family law, landlord-tenant, wills, expungements, and driver’s license restoration.

Clinics in Coleman A. Young Municipal Center, 2 Woodward Ave., Rm 784, Detroit, every Thursday of each month (the 1st Thursday of the month is for default divorces only), beginning at 9:30 a.m.;

ID and proof of income required.

Wayne County Neighborhood Legal Services: (313) 874-5820

 

 

Psychiatric Hospitals

Name of Service  Service Information
Henry Ford Main Campus 2799 W. Grand Blvd.
Detroit, MI 48202
313-916-2600
Detroit Receiving Hospital 4201 St Antoine
Detroit, MI 48201
313-745-3000
Providence Hospital Behavioral Health 16001 West 9 Mile
Southfield, MI 48075
248-849-3000
Behavioral Center of Michigan Inpatient 4050 East 12 Mile
Warren, MI 48092
586-261-2266
Havenwyck Hospital 1525 University Dr.
Auburn, Hills MI 48326
1-248-373-9200
Henry Ford Kingwood Hospital Behavioral Health 10300 West 8 Mile
Ferndale, MI 48220
1-248-398-3200
Henry Ford Behavioral Health 1 Ford Place
Detroit, MI 48202
1-800-436-7938

 

Shelter Resources

Name of Service Service Information
Coalition On Temporary Shelter (COTS) 26 Peterboro St; Detroit, MI 48201
Phone number: 313-831-3777
Hours: Open 24 Hours
Peggy’s Place 16700 Wyoming Ave; Detroit, MI 48221
Phone number: 313-862-3234
Hours: Open 24 Hours
St. Johns Community Center - Serves single adults 14320 Kercheval St., 48215
Phone number: 313-823-8323
Operation Get Down - Serves single men
The Noah Project 23 E. Adams Ave., Detroit, MI 48226
Phone number: 313-965-5422
Hours: 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m.
Alternatives for Girls Serves at-risk girls and young women
903 W. Grand River Ave., Detroit, MI 48208
Phone number: 313-361-4000
Convenient House Michigan - Serves youth ages 18-24 2959 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., Detroit, MI 48208
Phone number: 313-463-2000
Salvation Army Harbor Light System, 3737 Humboldt Street, Detroit, MI
48208. Contact 313-361-6138. Serves women and children
Wayne County Family Center 30600 Michigan Ave; Westland, MI 48186
Phone: (313) 721-0590
Hours: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Home Resources
Detroit Rescue Mission Ministries S13220 Woodward Ave; Highland Park, MI 48203
Phone: 313-993-4700
Hours: 9:00 AM – 9:30 PM
Progressive Living Facilities 18040 James Couzens Fwy; Detroit, MI 48235
Phone number: 313-437-
Hours: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM

 

Substance Use Disorder Treatment Resources

Name of Service Service Information
Substance Abuse Sobriety House 2081 W Grand Blvd,
Detroit, MI 48208
Phone number: 313-895-0500
Addition Mental Health Resources https://www.mentalhealth.gov/
National Institute of Mental Health Link
https://www.nimh.nih.gov/index.shtml
Henry Ford Health Systems Maplegrove Center for Chemical Dependency 6773 West Maple Road
West Bloomfield, MI 48322
248-661-6100
Ascension Brighton Center for Recovery 12851 Grand River Rd
Brighton, MI 48116
810-227-1211
Addiction Treatment Services INC, Dakoske Hall 116 East 8th Street
Traverse City, MI 49684
231-922-4810
Community Programs, INC 1435 North Oakland Blvd.
Waterford, MI 48337
248-406-0090
Glass House 419 North Martin Luther King Jr.
Blvd Lansing, MI 48915
517-482-2028
Vista Maria/Girls Care Programs 20651 West Warren Ave
Dearborn Heights, MI
313-271-3050 .101
McLaren Oakland Hospital 50 North Perry St
Pontiac, MI 48342
248-338-5292
Solution to Recovery 36 West Tennyson Ave
Pontiac, MI 48340
248-454-0130
Turning Point Recovery Center Extended Care Unit 54 Seneca St
Pontiac, MI 48342
248-334-7760