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Are you worried about changes in your life? Do you want to improve your marriage and your relationships with your children? Experiencing difficulties with anxiety, depression, alcohol, or drugs? Have you come into some problems recently and are unsure how to cope? Catholic Charities of Southeast Michigan is here to help, and to give you hope.
All Catholic Charities of Southeast Michigan behavioral health locations are offering telehealth for mental health and substance abuse treatment. You are able to stay home and receive face-to-face counseling through your mobile device, tablet, or computer. Our clinical staff and psychiatrists are able to meet your mental health needs during this unsettling time.
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We are here to help in all six counties of southeast Michigan!
Come to me, all you who labor and are burdened, and I will give you rest.
Andrea Foley, Director of Behavioral Health for CCSEM, was recently featured on the Impact 100 Detroit community television program to discuss CCSEM mental health and substance abuse treatment.
We provide confidential support at state-licensed facilities through a variety of specialized services. Our counseling programs are accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF). Our therapists are licensed and registered psychotherapy practitioners in the state of Michigan. Our master’s level therapists and clinicians are under the supervision of a board-certified psychiatrist and clinical psychologist. You can learn more about our behavioral health program locations and therapists here. Our experts include certified play therapists for children, substance abuse therapists, and domestic violence specialists. Our counseling programs include individual and group therapy options at flexible appointment times.
Services are available regardless of race, religion, age, gender, disability, national origin, or income. Providing help and giving hope with family life cycle concerns like:
Our therapists respond to each person or family with a tailored approach based on their particular need to help address and resolve the issues that hinder or disrupt their lives at home, school, and work. The strengths of that person or family are leveraged in their therapy program to promote growth, insight, and autonomy. Professional counseling can help individuals change ideas, behaviors, or relationships that are painful, hurtful, or destructive and help to promote positive mental, spiritual, physical, and emotional wellbeing.
Our outpatient treatment services are offered in a comfortable, relaxing environment where counseling is customized to your specific need. We serve individuals from the age of 3 to seniors and their families. Our broad range of services includes:
Additionally, we offer an Intensive Outpatient Service (IOP) in Port Huron, Michigan at the Huron House, available by referral only.
Our programs are funded by the United Way, the Oakland County Office of Substance Abuse, SEMCA in Monroe County, and the Thumb Alliance in St. Clair County, state and federal contracts, client fees, insurance reimbursement, and individual donations.
We accept insurance from many providers such as Aetna, Blue Cross Blue Shield, United Health Care, HAP, Cofinity, Humana, Blue Care Network, Cigna, and various private insurance, too. We also accept Medicaid health plans including Molina, Great Lakes, Total Health Care, Meridian, and Blue Cross Complete. Additionally, for those who are eligible, we offer fees on a sliding scale based on ability to pay.
Call 855-882-2736 today to learn more or schedule an appointment. Select the office nearest you to speak with one of our scheduling staff members. Services are provided by appointment only and available at a variety of times to best serve your needs including weekday and evening hours. Services may vary by county.
No matter what your need, our licensed and experienced counselors are here to help.