President and Chief Executive Officer:
Rae provides strategic direction and leadership to the organization while overseeing day-to-day operations, including the management of a multimillion dollar contract to provide mental health services to Oakland County. Prior to her appointment as CEO, she was... Read More
Vice President of Business Operations:
Krigner is responsible for the management and coordination of the finance, budget, accounting, facilities, medical records, human resources, patient information, quality improvement, and IT departments. She also assures that contractual obligations... Read More
Aimee Nimeh, LMSW
Vice President of Programs and Services: Nimeh is responsible for the administration and clinical oversight of all of the agency’s programs, which includes psychiatric services, runaway and homeless youth services and crime and victim services. She joined Common Ground as director of Quality Assurance... Read More
Additional Agency Management
Danielle Zuccaro, Director of Human Resources;
Diane Cartwright, Director of Crisis & Advocacy;
Lenda Jackson, Director of Communications;
Curtis Cooper, Director of Information Technology;
Veronica Brown, Director of Health Information, Chief HIPPA Privacy Officer;
Marc Wiliford, Director... Read More
Common Ground News
Oakland County Youth Suicide Prevention Community Forum
Please join the Oakland County Youth Suicide Prevention Task Force on Friday May 20 from 8:30 am – 12:00 pm for a Community Forum. Click HERE to register.
Register MHFA Training
New dates are available for Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) trainings. In MHFA training, Common Ground’s certified instructors will teach you how to provide the initial help to someone showing symptoms of mental illness or a mental health crisis.
Next Survivors of Homicide Victims’ Support Group Dates!
This FREE ten-session group features structured topics and guest speakers to provide support to those facing the loss of a loved one due to homicide. This is a closed group after the second session so prior registration is helpful to ensure cohesiveness. The new group begins March 23, 2016 and meets every Wednesday from 7 p.m. until […]
myStrength App from Oakland County Community Mental Health Authority
We all struggle with our moods at times. Anxious or depressive thoughts can weigh us down. Some of us may struggle with drugs or alcohol. Seeking help and focusing on your mental health is important.
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Now you can use web and mobile tools to help you get better and stay mentally strong.
myStrength is confidential – just […]