Helping children in crisis heal
Nothing’s worse than when your child is in crisis.
Who do you turn to? Who can help when it feels like your world is falling apart? The Children’s Center provides care to children who are in a non-medical crisis. We focus on helping families achieve safety and stability during and after a crisis. And we help families heal.
To increase safety precautions for all, we are currently prioritizing Telehealth services. Call us today at 313.324.8557 for a Telehealth crisis screening. Video and phone options are available for your safety and convenience.
How we help your child
Many children experience crises that create intense emotional, mental, and behavioral distress.
Our crisis intervention services are intended for “cooling down” and addressing life or behavioral issues. We provide:
- Mental health and safety assessments
- Crisis counseling and consultation by a trained therapist
- Interventions focused on keeping the family together
- Coordination with other service providers
- Linkage and coordination for ongoing services and community supports
Worry won’t fix things. Care will.
Is your child experiencing:
- Intense anxiety
- Severe depression
- Thoughts of suicide or homicide
- Hearing voices or seeing things, causing distress or safety concerns
- Seriously disruptive behaviors in the home, school, or community
Crisis hurts. We help heal.
We’re a children’s mental health provider in Wayne County that provides crisis intervention services. Our goal is to resolve each crisis in a way that works best to keep your family safe.
We can help
We are located at 79 Alexandrine West, Detroit MI, 48201, located in Building 90, give us a call at 313.324.8557.
Crisis Care Center Hours:
Monday – Friday: 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.