Community Links

Common Ground offers web site links for informational purposes only. The list does not constitute an endorsement or an affiliation by Common Ground with any of the resources listed.

Other Service Providers

Community Network Services, Inc. (Adult MI services)
Easter Seals – Michigan (Adult MI, Child SED, and Adult DD day programs)
Macomb Oakland Regional Center (Adult/Child DD services)
Oakland County Community Mental Health Authority
Training and Treatment Innovations, Inc. (Adult/Child MI and DD services)

Advocacy Organizations
Association for Children’s Mental Health
The International Foundation for Research and Education on Depression
The Mental Health Association in Michigan
Michigan Protection & Advocacy Service, Inc.
National Association for the Dually Diagnosed

 

Substance Abuse
 Alcoholics Anonymous – Southeast Michigan
Adult Children of Alcoholics
Al-Anon/Alateen
Cocaine Anonymous
Dual Recovery Anonymous
Insight – The Recovery People
Narcotics Anonymous – Metro Detroit
National Institute on Drug Abuse
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration
 
Self-Help Groups
Housing Needs
Legal Assistance
Government Web Sites

 

Additional Resources

 

Common Ground News

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!

Call for Entries: Healing Power of the Arts Call for Entries: Healing Power of the Arts

A traveling “all media” show featuring local artists who have used art as a healing tool. Great news– the deadline has been extended!

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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