Mental Health

 

These are resources that we have come across that may prove helpful to you. Please understand, we ARE NOT recommending or endorsing any of them. It is up to you to determine if they offer something you need and whether or not it is appropriate for your situation.  Some programs may have fees associated with them.  These publications are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease/disorder. 

 

NAMI - NAMI is the National Alliance on Mental Illness, the largest grassroots mental health organization dedicated to improving the lives of persons living with serious mental illness and their families.

 

National Suicide Prevention Hotline - 1-800-273-8255

Trevor HelpLine / Suicide Prevention for LGBTQ+ Teens -- 1-866-488-7386

Crisis Text Line -- Text HOME to 741741

Gay & Lesbian National Hotline -- 1-888-THE-GLNH (1-888-843-4564)

IMAlive -- online crisis chat

National Runaway Safeline -- 1-800-RUNAWAY (chat available on website)

Teenline -- 310-855-4673 or text TEEN to 839863 (teens helping teens)

 

Macomb County Connections - provides a wide range of services and supports for families in the area.

Macomb Family Services - Adolescent Outreach Program.  Licensed therapists work closely with middle- and high-school counselors to target high-risk youth, identify barriers to success and through six individual counseling sessions, help them reclaim their power. Click on the link for more information or you can also contact your school counselor.

  • To request an appointment with our Adolescent Outreach Program Counselor click here

 

These publications are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease/disorder.

 

These publications are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease/disorder.

 

 

 

Identifying Alcoholism Warning Signs

Alcohol consumption is common but borders on abuse when it becomes a predictable and excessive pattern. Someone who has a history of prolonged alcohol abuse may reveal drastically different personality traits when they’re drunk, or when they try to stop drinking. An inability to control one’s drinking can signal alcoholism or feeling guilty about one’s drinking habits can signal an underlying problem. Knowing the warning signs of alcoholism can help victims get treatment sooner and save lives.