Whether you are looking for resources for yourself or for someone you care about, the following organizations are here to help.

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Starting Your Journey

Below are some resources that can help you begin the process of finding the professional help that’s right for you.

Mental Health & Counseling Services

Through Jewish Family Service and Kadima, the Jewish community offers a variety of mental health supports that are often subsidized. Contact information for each organization is included here.

  • Oakland Community Health Network
  • Oakland Community Health Network offers quality integrated physical and mental health supports and services to children and adults with developmental disabilities, mental illnesses, and substance use disorders.

  • Detroit Wayne Integrated Health Network
  • DWIHN’s Provider Network supports and serves individuals with serious mental illness, children with serious emotional disturbance, people with autism, individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities and those with substance use disorder.

  • Macomb County Community Mental Health
  • For those living in Macomb County, MCCMH offers services for those with mental Illness, children with emotional sisturbances, developmental disabilities, and substance use disorders.

Teen & Young Adult Resources

Browse the resources in this section to learn more about programs resources that are tailored for young people struggling with mental illness.

  • UMatter
  • Programs for teens to help their peers overcome stigmas and obstacles related to mental illness

  • The JED Foundation
  • Foundation that empowers teens and young adults with skills and support to grow into healthy, thriving adults

  • Teen Yellow Pages
  • A listing of available mental health resources for teens and young adults

LGBTQ Organizations & Support

Throughout the Jewish community – and beyond – there is support for LGBTQ individuals struggling with mental illness. The organizations below offer programs and services that are especially tailored to this community.

  • Affirmations
  • Activities that provide a welcoming space where people of all genders identities and expressions can find support

  • Stand with Trans
  • Events, support groups and resources for trans families and young people

  • Keshet
  • Professional development, leadership projects, retreats, advocacy and more for LGBTQ youth and their families

  • Trevor Project
  • The Trevor Project is the world’s largest suicide prevention and crisis intervention organization for LGBTQ young people.

  • Ruth Ellis Center
  • Ruth Ellis Center, located in Highland Park, MI, creates a supportive community and provides trauma-informed services for LGBTQ+ youth and young adults of color.