We offer personalized private counseling sessions to youth and families in crisis. To learn more, call 1.248.547.2260
Survivors of Suicide Loss Support Groups
We provide outreach, support, and information for those who have lost a loved one to suicide in your choice of two ways- Open Support group sessions offer you comfort, strength, and hope in the company of fellow survivors and trained peer facilitators. Open group usually meets 7 to 9 pm on the first and third Mondays of the month. Individual support sessions are also available, by appointment. They provide space for a person or a family to share their loss, learn about surviving the suicide loss of a loved one, and discover more about local and national resources. To to register, schedule an appointment, or learn more, call 1.248.451.2613.
Survivors of Homicide Victims Support Group
This free 10-week program uses structed topics and guest speakers to provide support for those facing the loss of a loved one due to homicide. This group usually meets 7 to 9 pm on Wednesdays at our Administration Building in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan. This is a closed group after the second session, so prior registration helps ensure cohesiveness. To register or learn more, call 1.248.451.2622.
Growth & Healing Support Group
This free 10-week empowerment group is for girls who have experienced sexual abuse, date rape, or incest. This group usually meets on Mondays. To register or learn more, call 1.248.451.2621.
Becoming a Love & Logic Parent®
Join other parents for a 6-week parenting workshop that combines education, parent support, group discussions, and workbook activities. Call 1.248.456.8150 to register and pay $25 pp fee.
SayYes Theatre Troupe
This prevention-based program showcases performances on issues facing children, teens, young adults, and families. Topics include, but are not limited to- peer pressure, bullying, teasing, substance abuse, dating violence, positive relationships, teen pregnancy, conflict resolution, and stress. The SayYes Theatre Troupe is made up of trained peer mentors between the ages of 15 and 25.