To Access CSTS Services, call (734) 544-3050 or 1-800-440-7548.
Outpatient Treatment ~ Respite ~ Wraparound ~ Family Unit
Infant Mental Health ~ Services for Children with Developmental Disabilities
- Outpatient Treatment: Begins with an assessment and development of a family-centered plan. Frequency of sessions is determined by need and agreement between the Family and the Mental Health Professional. Case service management is provided to schools and other agencies as needed. Services also available in Chelsea and Manchester. Current CSTS clients who are interested can talk to their CSTS Worker, all others should contact Access.
- Michigan Prevents Prodromal Progression (M3P): Provides assessment and services for young people between the ages of 12-15 to reduce the incidence of mental illness through early prevention and education. Schools interested in scheduling an education presentation or others wanting information can contact Liz Spring, (734) 973-4887.
- Respite: Provides support to families with emotionally disturbed children and adolescents and serves families where a parent has a mental illness. Program works to match families with trained respite providers or may use family friends to assist. Vouches for community activities are also sometimes available. Call(734) 973-4887 to ask about getting respite services.
- Wraparound: Develops a family-centered plan through the joint effort of a Child and Family Team. The Child and Family Team determine the necessary services and supports, and can develop flexible services as needed. Also uses a Child and Family team to assist families involved with many agencies, or when children are at risk for out-of-home placement.
- Family Unit: Provides parents (biological, adoptive or step) of children (0-17) a psychiatric evaluation and medication management. Assists parent/client with issues related to their children's behavior/emotional well being with services including family therapy and case service management.
- Infant Mental Health: Provides home-based services for parents with infants up to 3 years of age who are at high risk of developing emotional, behavioral, or relationship problems. Works to assist families with multiple stressors and needs that require a combination of supports coordination, relationship-focused therapy, and activities promoting positive parent-infant interactions.
- Services for Children with Developmental Disabilities: Provides services in a range of settings and at varying levels of intensity based upon individual needs. Limited respite services may be available for children with developmental disabilities. Offers supports for the opportunity to develop or maintain daily living and/or social and interpersonal skills, the maintenance of health and safety, and provide behavioral and therapeutic support and intervention.