What we do


For 40 years, Common Ground has been dedicated to helping youths, adults and families in crisis. The agency provides a lifeline for runaway and homeless youths, families in crisis, victims of crime, people with mental illness and others in critical situations.

Common Ground serves more than 40,000 individuals per year through various programs and is supported by state and federal grants and contracts, individual and corporate contributions, the Oakland County Community Mental Health Authority and United Way for Southeastern Michigan.

Common Ground News

Youth Suicide Prevention Community Forum Scheduled Youth Suicide Prevention Community Forum Scheduled

Learn about suicide prevention resources in our community!

Common Ground Offers Gift Alternative for Mother’s Day Common Ground Offers Gift Alternative for Mother’s Day

Honor your mom with a gift that supports the work of Common Ground!

MOM 5K Race Celebrates 10 years with May 2 event MOM 5K Race Celebrates 10 years with May 2 event

The run/walk promotes mental health awareness and raises funds for research and suicide prevention programs.

Suicide Attempt Survivor & Lived Experience Support Group Begins Soon Suicide Attempt Survivor & Lived Experience Support Group Begins Soon

New support group to begin in May.

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