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Open Support Group Sessions

Offers comfort, strength, and hope in the company of fellow survivors and trained peer facilitators. Open group usually meets 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. on the first and third Mondays of the month.

Located at the Resource & Crisis Center in Pontiac, Michigan.

Visit Common Ground’ Facebook page at @commongroundhelps for more information.

Individual Support Sessions

Available by appointment. These sessions 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 register, call Amelia Lehto at (248) 451-2613 or email at alehto@cghelps.org.

Additional Resources

Community Network Services
800.615.0411
www.cnsmi.org
CNS Healthcare is a private, non-profit organization that provides comprehensive behavioral health services in Michigan with the assistance of a team of fully-licensed psychiatrists, therapists, nurses, case managers and support staff.

Community Living Services
248.547.2668
www.comlivserv.com
Community Living Services provides supports for people of all ages with intellectual and developmental disabilities in Wayne County by developing Person-Centered Plans and then creating an individualized budget based on that plan.

Easterseals
800.757.3257
www.easterseals.com
Easterseals serves 1.4 million children and adults with disabilities and their families, offering a wide range of services at 73 affiliates nationwide. Services include accessibility resources, day care, employment and training, in-home care, mental health services, therapy, and veteran reintegration.

Oakland Community Health Network
www.occmha.org
Oakland Community Health Network leads a provider service network that assists approximately 25,800 Oakland County citizens. People who receive public mental health services through the OCHN provider network include those who have an intellectual/developmental disability, adults with a mental illness, children with serious emotional disturbance, and persons with substance use disorders.