Latest edition of Washtenaw Community Health Organization newsletter

resources2012 Street Survival Guide for Ann Arbor and Ypsilanti (developed by PORT) (Includes who to contact for everything from housing and legal assistance to substance abuse treatment and more)

Resource and Referral Handbook WC

NAMI Crisis Responder Manual

Friends in Deed Programs ,  Fall 2013 Resource Guide (Excellent guide for food assistance in Ann Arbor/Ypsilanti) and Friends in Deed Fall 2013 clothing and med resources

NAMI Michigan’s  Family Resource Guide and Michigan’s Petition-Application for Hospitalization

Questions for Parents of those with Mental Health Diagnoses

Ann Arbor Area resources for those with disabilities

(NEW Michigan Legal Assistance Website)

Michigan Department of Human Services

Michigan Department of Human Services: Washtenaw County

Michigan Rehabilitation Services: Ann Arbor

Catholic Social Services of Washtenaw County They also have an updated 2013 Senior Guide

SOS Community Services

Hope Clinic with a location in Ypsilanti

POWER Inc. is a faith-based, community development corporation which offers numerous services to those in need.

Programs/tax incentives designed to assist those with disabilities going back to work

Introduction to the Peace of Mind Series (this is the first of eleven pamphlets ranging from involuntary hospitalization to choosing a treatment provider created by NAMI of Washtenaw County)

Mental health / behavioral health / clinic services

University of Michigan’s Psychiatric Emergency Service (PES) – Crisis phone service: 734-936-5900, 24 hours / 7 days   Clinic location: University Hospital, 1500 East Medical Center Drive, Reception: Emergency Medicine , Ann Arbor, MI 48109 Phone: 734-996-4747  Fax: 734-763-7204 Directions and Maps

University of Michigan’s Depression Center:
Location:  Rachel Upjohn Building, 4250 Plymouth Rd., SPC 5763  , Ann Arbor, MI 48109-2700
Phone:  1-800-475-MICH or 734-936-4400
Find a support Group:

Women’s Center of Southeast Michigan:  This site has numerous links to various clinics, both that accept Medicaid and private insurance as well as additional low cost alternatives.   You can find the document from their website with the clinic information here:  Behavioral clinic services.