1-888-711-link

I need help with…

1.    FINDING WORK -



Just ask your Supports Coordinator for more information on one of the areas listed below:  



Supported/Integrated Employment Services
provide initial and ongoing supports, services and training, usually provided at the  job site, to help adults who are eligible for ConsumerLink



services find and keep paid employment in the community.



This area also includes plans and supports for people to possibly own and run their own business.  This is called “self-employment” or “micro-enterprise”.

Skill-Building Assistance includes supports, services and training to help a person participate actively at school, work, volunteer, or community settings, or to learn  social skills they may need to support themselves or to get around in the community.        

 


 

2.    GETTING A BREAK FOR A CAREGIVER-



If you are a parent or the primary caregiver for someone in ConsumerLink, just ask your Supports Coordinator for more information about Respite:

Respite Care Services are intended to provide short-term relief to the unpaid primary caregivers of people eligible for specialty services. Respite provides temporary alternative care, either in the family home, or in another community setting chosen by the family.



ConsumerLink can help you with respite services in your home, in the respite center or with camps.



 


 3.  FINDING SOMEONE TO HELP ME -


You can call ConsumerLink at 1-888-711-LINK (5465)                    


OR


Pioneer Behavioral Health at 1-800-241-4949


OR

24 Hour Crisis Hotline at 1-877-800-1650

OR

You can search the web site for ConsumerLink providers that offer Access or Intake services and call them directly for assistance. 


 4.  GETTING HELP FOR MY YOUNG CHILD -         

The following providers can help you get the help you need for your child.  Including more information about Early On, the P.L.A.Y. Project or Rethink Autism:

Neighborhood Service Organization-Life Choices


The Children's Center


The Guidance Center


Development Centers


ACCESS (Arab Community Center for Economic and Social Services) Community Health and Research Center


Hegira Programs, Inc.


Northeast Guidance Center


Starfish Family Services


MORC Human Services of Wayne County


PsyGenics




5.  GETTING HELP FOR MY ADULT CHILD-



The following providers can help you get the help you need for your adult child.  Including more information about Project SEARCH, finding a job, and/or finding a place to live:

Neighborhood Service Organization-Life Choices



The Guidance Center



Development Centers


 
ACCESS (Arab Community Center for Economic and Social Services) Community Health and Research Center

JVS


Services to Enhance Potential (S.T.E.P.)


MORC Human Services of Wayne County


PsyGenics

 
6.  FINDING A PSYCHIATRIST-


If you need, think you may need, or have been told you need to see a doctor (MD or DO) to prescribe medications please contact one of the following providers:


Neighborhood Service Organization-Life Choices


The Guidance Center



The Children's Center


Development Centers

 
ACCESS (Arab Community Center for Economic and Social Services) Community Health and Research Center


Hegira Programs, Inc.


Starfish Family Services


MORC Human Services of Wayne County


PsyGenics


Northeast Guidance Center


7.  FINDING A PLACE TO LIVE-

Any of the providers listed above in Section 5 can help you find a place to live.  If you are interested in learning more about possibly living in your own home, click the link below:







Supportive Housing Guidebook 


The Guidance Center



13101 Allen Road



Southgate, MI  48195



Phone:  734-785-7700





Visit
www.Guidance-Center.org for more information



Ask for the Office of admission.








The Children's Center



79 W. Alexandrine 



Detroit, MI 48201



Phone: (313) 831-5535                                                                               





Visit
www.thechildrenscenter.com for more information





Ask for the Admissions Office.





Development Centers



24424 West McNichols Road



Detroit, MI 48219



Phone: 313-531-2500





Visit
http://www.develctrs.org for more information





Ask for the Admissions Office.







Neighborhood Service Organization / Life Choices



8600 Woodward Ave.



Detroit, MI 48202



Phone:  313-875-7601

Neighborhood Service Organization / Life Choices  (For Children)



9641 Harper



Detroit, MI 48213



Phone: 313-875-7601
 
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            





Visit
http://www.nso-mi.org/programs.php for more information





Ask for the Admissions Office



ACCESS (Arab Community Center for Economic and Social Services) Community Health and Research Center

6451 Schafer Road Dearborn, MI 48126



Phone: 313-945-8138


Visit www.accesscommunity.org for more information

 

Hegira



8623 N. Wayne Rd.



Suite 123



Westland, MI  48185



Phone:  734-793-5026




Visit www.hegira.net for more information



Starfish Family Services



30000 Hiveley Rd.



Inkster, MI  48141



Phone: 734-728-3400





Visit www.starfishonline.org for more information





Northeast Guidance Center



20303 Kelly Rd.

Detroit, MI 48225



Phone: 313-245-7000



Visit www.neguidance.org for more information





PsyGenics



11000 W. McNichols



Suite 210



Detroit, MI  48221



Phone:  313-340-4442


Visit www.psygenics.org for more information

 

 

MORC Human Services of Wayne County



19805 Farmington Road



Livonia, MI  48152-1444



Phone:  248-536-5086 or Toll-Free: 866-986-2240




Visit www.morcinc.org for more information