Adult Services

Northeast Integrated Health’s Adult Services are designed to foster independence and maximize individual potential while stabilizing and strengthening the community. 

Adults who meet our minimum criteria and have diagnosable mental, behavioral or emotional disorder can receive a variety of services including psychological testing, case management, community support services, treatment planning, crisis intervention, and individual, group and family therapy. 

Located at East Warren office in Detroit, NIH’s adult services accepts persons with Medicaid/Medicare or other third party pays, as well as private pay.

Primary Healthcare & Pharmacy On-Site

Detroit Community Health Connection

Oscar Paskal Health Center

Phone: 313-343-2887

Monday
9:30AM—5PM
Tuesday
1PM—5PM
Wednesday
9:30AM—5PM
Thursday
1PM—5PM

Genoa Pharmacy

Located in the Adult Services Building

Phone: 313-347-2025

Monday
8:30AM—5PM
Tuesday
8:30AM—5PM
Wednesday
8:30AM—5PM
Thursday
8:30AM—5PM
Friday
8:30AM—5PM
AFC RESIDENTIAL / CASE MANAGMENT
Services persons in dependent living situations
ASSERTIVE COMMUNITY TREATMENT

Services for adults with co-occurring disorders and a history noncompliance & hospitalizations (24-hour crisis access to staff)

COMMUNITY & POLICE PARTNERSHIP ADVOCACY (CAPPA)

Jail diversion collaboration for individuals in the law enforcement system, including outreach & police training

COMMUNITY OUTREACH FOR PSYCHIATRIC EMERGENCIES (C.O.P.E.)

Care is available 24-7. For help, Call 844.296.COPE (2073) 

C.O.P.E. provides a continuum of organized crisis and community -based outreach and coordination of care services in partnership with Hegira Programs, Inc. and Neighborhood Services Organization. Our professional mobile crisis teams are available 7 days a week, county wide to come to Emergency Departments, group homes, community mental health clinics, public buildings or other locations to assist adults to help resolve a psychiatric crisis, assess immediate needs and facilitate access to hospitalization, community treatments or support services.

 

CO-OCCURING MENTAL & SUBSTANCE ABUSE DISORDER THERAPY

Treatment for those with a primary mental health diagnosis and a co-occuring substance use disorder

COVENANT HOUSE

NIH Clinicians provide mental health treatment, referrals for mental health services, and offer crisis intervention on-site at Covenant House shelter located in Detroit. Covenant House provides shelter for residents 18-24 years of age who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. NIH Clinicians conduct life skill groups and ensure that requests for mental health services will be assessed and referred to the appropriate level of care. 

DIALECTICAL BEHAVIOR THERAPY (DBT)

Evidence-based psycho-therapy that is used to treat borderline personality disorder, mood disorders, suicide ideation and substance use disorders

HOSPITAL LIAISON SERVICES

Includes discharge planning for adults hospitalized with a psychiatric crisis

INTEGRATED HEALTHCARE

Coordinated care with primary care physicians that supports total wellness

MENTAL HEALTH FIRST AID

Certification course which teaches participants to assess a situation, select and implement interventions and secure appropriate for the individual

PEER SUPPORT SERVICES

Delivered by persons who have common life experiences

PSYCHIATRIC SERVICES

Evaluations, medication, management, nursing assessments, psychological testing, case management, community support services, treatment planning, crisis intervention, individual, group and family therapy

REBUILDING LIVES OF VICTIMS OF HUMAN TRAFFICKING

If you suspect someone is a victim of trafficking, call the National Human Trafficking Hotline at 888.373.7888

SUPPORTED EMPLOYMENT

The overriding philosophy of the Supported Employment program is the belief that every person is capable of working competitively in the community if the right kind of job and work environment can be found. The focus of NIH staff is on offering help to participants in finding and keeping jobs that capitalize on their personal strengths and motivation

SUPPORTIVE HOUSING

Affordable housing, including Section 8 & other rent subsidies, for eligible individuals, families, veterans, youth aging out of foster care, victims of domestic violence and their children, and the homeless

TRIAGE

Intake, assessment & screening

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