Programs & Services

Finding the Right Support

How do you find the right support for yourself and your love one?

Adult Mental Illness

Having a good support system and engaging with trustworthy people are key elements to successfully talking about your own mental health.

What is the Autism Benefit?

How do you know your loved one has autism? What is autism and where can you go for help?

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Helping Children Thrive

There is help available for children and families who have suffered abuse, neglect, trauma, bullying and a host of other unfortunate tragedies.

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Look at My Ability

At DWIHN we celebrate ability and how people with intellectual and developmental disabilities can live a life of inclusion and independence.

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Treatment, Prevention, and Recovery

Our Substance Use Disorder staff help people get their lives back and offers hope while on the road to recovery.

How Are We Doing?

DWIHN is committed to providing exceptional integrated behavioral health services and supports and from time to time, we need to find out how we are doing and what we can do better. Click the link below to view Satisfaction Survey results.

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TTY for People with Hearing Loss or Speech Impairment:
Effective immediately, the new DWIHN TTY phone number is now 711 for anyone that has a speech impairment or hearing loss, they can call 711 and get assistance.
The new Crisis Care Center will officially open to the public on Monday, June 10th at 8:00 am. Anyone needing services/a referral can call 313-989-9444 or people can walk in and they will assisted by staff. 
To reach mobile crisis units: 844-IN CRISIS or 844-462-7474, by the end of June, there will be 12 vans running 24/7.
As always, anyone can call the Access Helpline at: 800-241-4949 anytime 24/7 to receive information, get connected to the mobile units, inquire about the Crisis Care Center or get connected to a provider in their neighborhood.
REACHUSDETROIT.ORG (free text line):
People that are more comfortable texting can do so, 313-488-HOPE or 313-488-4673 and receive up to 12 FREE counseling sessions, no matter if they have insurance. This is for people ages 14 years and older.