26650 Eureka Suite A Taylor, MI 48180
Community Care Services provides outpatient mental health and substance use disorder treatment for children, teens and adults. From psychiatric evaluations, outpatient therapy sessions, and relapse prevention support, your wellness is our top priority. We have more than 70 licensed therapists on staff to help guide you through your treatment plan.
School Based Program: Half of all mental illness begins by age 14 and on average it takes eight to 10 years, from the onset of symptoms to a diagnosis. These are critical developmental years. When children living with mental illness have access to services they are more likely to develop educational and social experiences they need to succeed in life.
Our masters level clinicians offer confidential mental health screening and outpatient services to children ages 5 to 18 in the following Taylor and Lincoln Park public schools:
Taylor High School
Taylor Virtual Learning Academy
Eureka Heights Elementary
West Middle School
Lincoln Park High School
Referrals to the school based program often come through teachers and staff, but parents and children over the age of 14 can request to meet with a CCS clinician to determine if services are right for them. If your child’s school does not have a CCS therapist onsite, our agency outpatient services are an excellent option. For more information, please contact Laura Boros, School Based Coordinator at 313-389-7500 x1545 or email email@example.com.
Drug Court: Drug/Sobriety Courts provide a highly effective alternative to incarceration for individuals whose involvement in the criminal justice system is rooted in serious addiction to drugs and alcohol. Community Care Services participates in all downriver community drug/sobriety courts. Eligible persons may be sent to this program in lieu of traditional justice system case processing.
Participants receive intensive treatment and other services required to get and stay clean and sober;
Participants are held accountable by the judge for meeting their obligations to the court, society, themselves and their families;
Participants are regularly and randomly tested for drug use;
Participants are required to appear in court frequently so that the judge may review their progress; and participants are rewarded for doing well or sanctioned when they do not live up to their obligations.
Women’s Intensive Outpatient Program: The Women’s Intensive Outpatient Program is designed for women in early recovery from substance abuse. Available to women 18 years or older, this program helps develop the skills needed to maintain a drug and alcohol free lifestyle. Special focus is given to building self-esteem; developing interpersonal relationships; recovering from physical, psychological and sexual abuse; and strengthening parenting and life skills.
Located next to Wayne Metropolitan Community Action Agency and McDonalds.
Monday: 8:30 AM – 6 PM
Tuesday - Thursday: 8:30 AM – 9 PM
Friday: 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM