Child, Youth & Family Services

Northeast Integrated Health’s Child, Youth, and Family Services are designed to provide behavioral-focused treatment, prevention, and educational services for children, adolescents, and young adults.

Community members who are assessed to have a Serious Emotional Disturbance (SED) and meet the eligibility for services can receive psychiatric evaluations, medication management, community support services, case management, crisis intervention, specialty groups, family education and individualized therapy developed to help the child/adolescent successfully function in home and school settings. NIH also supports coordination and Applied Behavior Analysis referrals for Autism (age 0-21) and services to persons of all ages diagnosed with intellectual or developmental disabilities.

Child, Youth and Family Services Available

at the Eli Z. Rubin Children’s Wellness Center in Detroit

Mon/Tue/Fri
8:30AM-6:00PM
Wed/Thu
8:30AM-7:00PM

Primary Healthcare On-Site

Detroit Community Health Connection

Peter J. Slaughter Health Center

Phone: 313-347-2116

Monday
9:30AM-6:00PM
Wednesday
8:30AM-5:00PM
Friday
8:30AM-5:00PM
ASPIRE I/DD (Intellectual/ Developmental Disabilities)

Provides supports coordination to people diagnosed with a lifelong condition or disability

Autism (ages birth to 21)

Supports coordination and Applied Behavior Analysis referrals

Baby Court Collaboration

Between IMH/ EC Specialist, DHHS and the courts servicing children (ages birth to 5) removed from home, and caregivers with MI, SA and DV. Home-based services, attend court hearings and permanency planning case conferences and other services as ordered for recovery of the family unity

Cornerstone

Assists youths ages 15-21 transitioning to adulthood

Early Childhood Mental Health

Home-based services, school observations & office visits for children (ages 4-6)

Enhanced Family Care

Intensive home-based program for children, youth and families at risk of out-of-home placement and post in-patient aftercare (24-hour staff access)

Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health

Home-based relationship-focused services for parents, children (ages birth-6), and pregnant women; infant/parent psychotherapy; developmental guidance and assessments, PSI and depression screening for caregivers

Mental Health First Aid

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

Parent Support Partner

Works with families to identify strategies and achieve goals

Psychiatric Services

Evaluations, medication management, treatment planning, crisis intervention, individual/group/family therapy

School-Based Initiatives

Early intervention services to underserved children and their families; coordination of services designated DPS and Harper Woods schools

Triage

Intake, assessment and screening

Wraparound

Team-driven process for persons birth-21 involving the family, child and natural supports, agencies & community services

Youth in Transition

Group for adults 18-24 providing information, tools, and support to recover as positive role models

Youth Peer Support Services

Delivered by specialty trained persons with lived behavioral health experience

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