In need of emergency crisis intervention? Call/text/chat 988.

Resource & Crisis Hub: 1-800-231-1127

Everyone defines crisis differently.

But no crisis defines you.

At Common Ground, your crisis doesn’t need to meet any criteria. We’re here to help with any mental health emergency — reminding people that they are never alone. There is always hope.

Common Ground services are here for you in any crisis. When you don’t know where to turn, find us at 1‑800‑231‑1127.

Common Ground Services

Across southeastern Michigan, our trained staff offers mental health services to people who are currently in crisis.

988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline is operated by Common Ground and serves as Michigan’s 24/7 crisis support line. We are available for people in immediate distress who don’t know where to turn.

988 is also available for people who are concerned about a loved one who needs help. Callers are welcome to remain anonymous. Our crisis specialists receive rigorous training in trauma-informed care, active listening, cultural competency, and compassionate communication. They strive to create a safe and non-judgement space where you can share your stories, emotions and concerns openly. Our specialists respect your autonomy and privacy, while helping you make informed decisions and take control of your life. 988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline is a program of the Michigan Crisis and Access Line (MiCAL). For more information on this program, visit

This compassionate community center serves as a safe place for long-term healing, for anyone who was impacted by the tragic event in Oxford.

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As an alternative to inpatient psychiatric hospitalization, we offer voluntary, short-term, recovery-oriented psychiatric care, which includes medication management and monitoring, nursing, group therapy, art therapy, and discharge planning. To learn more, call 1-800-231-1127.

Serving Oakland County residents

Our mission is to support the first responder community and their families. Frontline Strong operates 24/7/365 and is staffed with civilians and first responders trained as crisis specialist with First Responder competencies. For support, call 833-347-8766 (833-34-STRONG) or visit Responder focused mental health therapy, peer support groups, and substance abuse rehabilitation resources are available. Callers are welcome to remain anonymous. Frontline Strong is a program of the Michigan Crisis and Access Line (MiCAL), a statewide crisis line developed in partnership with Common Ground, the State of Michigan, and Wayne State University.

The warmline connects individuals living with persistent mental health and or substance use conditions with MDHHS Certified Peer Support Specialist & recovery coaches who have experienced behavioral health issues, trauma or personal crisis and are trained to support and empower callers. It provides support to individuals who often lack social connectedness and may have increased anxiety and isolation. This service is available to residents of Michigan regardless of insurance status. Callers are welcome to remain anonymous. Michigan Peer Warmline operates 7 days a week from 10am-2am.  For help call 888-733-7753 (888-PEER-753) or visit 

Whether you’re in a hospital, at home or in another facility, our mobile team (available in Oakland and Genesee Counties) can come to you, evaluate your needs, provide immediate crisis intervention and work with you to create a custom recovery plan. This Common Ground service is available regardless of income, insurance or permanent residence. To learn more, call 1-800-231-1127.

24/7 Communications Center that links community partners and people in crisis with local services. Our crisis-trained specialists listen, care and connect.

Staffed by paramedics and peer support specialists, our voluntary Sober Support Unit is a safe space for individuals struggling with drugs or alcohol. This 24-hour program is designed to monitor individuals who need detoxification services and then connect them to residential substance use treatment. To learn more, call 1-800-231-1127.

Serving Oakland County residents

Those who have lost a loved one to homicide can gather every Wednesday over Zoom from 6:30p- 8:00p. Call Chris Ruen at 248-622-3329 or Ronisha Kibler at 248-904-5308, to register.

This peer-led, open support group is available to anyone who has experienced a suicidal loss. For ages 14 and older, however those under the age of 18 must have a parent attend with them.

In-person meetings are available on the first and third Mondays of the month from 7pm-8:30pm. For more details call 800-231-1127 or email

This program serves as a safe place for the East Lansing community for anyone impacted by the February 2023 mass violence incident.

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If you’re a victim of a crime, domestic or sexual abuse, workplace violence, or human trafficking, we offer 24/7 access to advocates. Call our Helpline at 248-451-2622, or for 24/7 assistance, please call 1‑800‑231‑1127.

Open M, T, Th, F from 11am – 8pm. Same day appointments often available for emotional or psychiatric support. Easily schedule a virtual visit with a mental health expert.

Serving ages 12 and up. Accepting most insurances, or cash payment (capped at $89).


People in need can come to Common Ground 24/7 for a face-to-face assessment, where our multi-disciplinary team will provide acute crisis stabilization. To learn more, call 1-800-231-1127.

The Resource & Crisis Center is located at 1200 N. Telegraph Road, Building 32E, Pontiac, MI 48341

Common Ground services are here for you in any crisis. When you don’t know where to turn, find us at 1‑800‑231‑1127.

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