988/Michigan Crisis and Access Line (MiCAL) – statewide 24-hour telephone, chat, and text line for people in crisis or distress. It is also a warmline to connect people with certified peer support specialists and/or recovery coaches who have lived experiences of behavioral health issues, trauma, or personal crises, and are trained to support and empower the callers.
988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline
First Responder and Public Safety Line is a statewide 24-hour telephone, chat, and text line to provide first responder and public safety staff mental health and crisis support.
Virtual Behavioral Health Urgent Care
To meet the growing need for mental health services, Common Ground has opened a virtual Behavioral Health Urgent Care (BHUC) offering behavioral health services. Behavioral Health Urgent Care is a cost-effective, timely alternative to emergency room care for those with lower acuity mental health conditions.
Learn more or call (248) 983-5454.
In Person Services
Mobile Crisis Intervention & Recovery Teams
Our mobile teams provide recovery oriented crisis intervention to people throughout Oakland and Genesee Counties. Service is available regardless of income, insurance, or permanent residence. To learn more, please call the Resource and Crisis Center at 1-800-231-1127.
Walk-In Assessment & Crisis Intervention
Oakland Assessment & Crisis Intervention Service (OACIS) – provides 24/7 acute crisis stabilization for adults through an interdisciplinary team of professionals. For General information, please call 1-248-451-2600.
Crisis Residential Unit
Crisis Residential Unit (CRU) – recovery oriented, short-term, voluntary psychiatric domiciliary care for adults that includes medication management and monitoring, nursing, group therapy, art therapy, and discharge planning for recovery. To learn more, please call the Resource and Crisis center at 1-248-451-2600.
Sober Support Unit
Sober Support Unit (SSU) – voluntary 24-hour program designed to support, coach, and connect adults with low health risks to detoxification services and residential substance use treatment.
Victim Assistance Program
Victim Assistance Program – access to advocates for victims of crime, domestic and sexual abuse, workplace violence, and human trafficking. To learn more, call 1-248-451-2622.
The Center offers long-term healing and resources to anyone impacted by the tragic community events in East Lansing.
All for Oxford Resiliency Center
The Center offers long-term healing and resources to anyone impacted by the tragic community events in Oxford.