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Behavioral Health and Community Services Division

Community Services and Prevention Programs

Offers prevention and early intervention care for children, youth, and adolescent in local schools and communities. Prevention programs are designed to address the following issues:

  • Underage drinking and the associated harm to youth
  • Long-term physical and mental damages connected with illegal drugs Lack of self-esteem
  • Violence in schools Lack of creative learning

Family Life Education Program

Family life education provides skills and knowledge to enrich individuals and families. Services involve:

  • Knowledge about how families work
  • Interrelationship of families
  • Human development throughout the life cycle
  • The impact of time management on daily life
  • The importance and value of parent education

Michigan Prison Re-Entry Initiative – (MPRI)

This initiative offers a variety of basic services to parolees and probationers who are being released from prison. Services include: Didactic group sessions conducted in the prisons Follow up counseling for both individual and family Information and Referral Network

Substance Abuse Treatment and Prevention Programs

Substance Abuse programs focus on outpatient care for adult alcoholics, drug abusers and their families. Services comprise of:

  • Counseling through group and family formats
  • Direct support and skill training for individual and groups
  • Case Management designed to assist with accessing community resources
  • Group Counseling for individual with similar types of problems

VOICES – Treatment for Perpetrators of Sexual Abuse

Comprehensive services are presented to perpetrators involved in sexual abuse, incest, domestic violence and Internet crime.

Services include:

  • Diagnostic Assessment and Treatment Plan
  • Therapist assist clients in developing a relapse prevention plan
  • Psychiatric and psychological consultation
  • Monthly reports provided to probation or parole agents

W.A.R. Program

CSSWC’s Worthy Able and Ready (W.A.R) program helps ease the transition of returning citizens age 18 and older re-entering into society from prison. The program assists citizens to secure employment, housing and obtain proper identification including Social Security Cards, Birth Certificates, etc. The program also provides counseling services for those in need. You must be on probation or parole for us to receive assistance.



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