Crisis Residential Unit Serving Adults Crisis Residential Unit Serving Adults

Common Ground’s Crisis Residential Unit serving adults provides a short-term (1-14 days) alternative to inpatient psychiatric hospitalization for people agreeing to actively participate in a recovery oriented treatment environment.  Services include psychiatric medication review, group therapy,... Read More

Crisis Residential Units for Youth Crisis Residential Units for Youth

Common Ground offers three residential programs supporting youth, ages 10-22, in crisis. Programs range from a two-week program to subsidized apartment housing and may include: • Care and supervision • Counseling • Independent living skills • Mentoring • Education and career assistance For... Read More

Resource and Crisis Center Resource and Crisis Center

Common Ground’s  Resource and Crisis Center serves as the gateway for individuals seeking public mental health services in Oakland County.  The Center (call 1.800.231.1127) operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and provides: Emergency Psychiatric Services—screening and assessment for adults... Read More

Common Ground News

Updated Support Group Meeting Schedule Now Available Updated Support Group Meeting Schedule Now Available

Survivors of Suicide Loss Open Support Group meets at 7 p.m. twice a month at the Resource & Crisis Center.

Mark Your Calendars:  41st Annual Birmingham Street Art Fair is Sept. 19-20 Mark Your Calendars: 41st Annual Birmingham Street Art Fair is Sept. 19-20

Join us for a weekend of fun that raises funds to help support our programs and services!

Fall, 2015 Volunteer Crisis Training Schedule Now Available Fall, 2015 Volunteer Crisis Training Schedule Now Available

Contact Crisis Volunteer coordinator Melissa Hope for information at 248-451-2614.

Certified Peers Provide Support to People on Journey to Recovery Certified Peers Provide Support to People on Journey to Recovery

Peer support is about getting help from someone who has been there. Peers share with one another their experiences, strength and hope–a powerful combination for recovery.

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