Catholic Charities of Michigan, Inc., 4925 Packard Street, Suite 16, Ann Arbor, Michigan 48108

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Catholic Charities of Michigan, Inc. offers specialized
services and programs in the following areas:

• Dual Diagnosis
• Domestic Violence

• Women’s Services
• Children’s Programs
• Services for Seniors
• Drug and Alcohol Abuse

Network staff include physicians, psychologists, LPCs, ACSWs, Ph.D.s, Master’s level counselors, certified substance abuse counselors, abuse counselors, domestic violence specialists, community support workers, social workers, teachers, nurses and support staff.

 

 

  Participating agencies throughout the
  state  of Michigan provide the
  following services:

 

  • Assessment and evaluation for all ages
  • Residential care for children (M/F); Respite care
  • Structured outpatient counseling
  • Mentoring for Youth, Big Brothers Big Sisters
  • Family counseling; Family life education
  • Case management; Community education and outreach
  • Shelter for abused women and children
  • Domestic violence treatment
  • Psychological; psychiatric evaluations
  • Guardianship; Social Security Payee programs
  • Assessment, education, referral & treatment for substance abuse related problems
  • Marriage preparation
  • Transitional housing - short/long term
  • Pregnancy services
  • Foster Care for children of all ages; Adoption
  • Family In-Home services
  • Families First
  • EAP
  • Senior Citizens services; RSVP
  • Sexual offender treatment
  • Food Bank; Soup Kitchen
  • Headstart; Healthy Start

Network members are certified or licensed by one or more of the following:

  • Michigan Department of Mental Health
  • State of Michigan Department of Consumers & Industry Services
  • CARF
  • COA
  • JCAHO

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