Easter Seals provides a comprehensive array of behavioral health services, including evidence-based practices to support the recovery of individuals with a serious mental illness or a co-occurring mental health and substance use disorder. Psychiatric, therapeutic, community-based case management and support services are available for adults 18 years and older in Oakland County.
Behavioral health services for Oakland County residents who have some type of current legal involvement such as probation or parole, as well as diversion from jail into treatment for those who have committed non violent misdemeanors.
Dreams Unlimited Clubhouse
The clubhouse is a psychosocial rehabilitation program that focuses on fostering recovery, competency, social supports and participation in the community, as well as employment skills and opportunities. It is accredited by CARF, and provided through the Oakland County Community Mental Health Authority and Easter Seals Michigan's Adult Behavioral Health program. For more information on Dreams Unlimited Clubhouse, please call (866) 296-3635.
Services in Spanish and Russian
Easter Seals Michigan offers Oakland County individuals and families a full continuum of culturally competent behavioral health services in English and Spanish.
Easter Seals Michigan's Oakland County Behavioral Health programs, namely, Adult Services, Collaborative Solutions, Dreams Unlimited Clubhouse, Services in Spanish and Russian and Family Services, are primarily funded through a contract with Oakland County Community Mental Health Authority. In the case of the Services in Spanish and Russian program, some clients may be funded through private health insurance or pay out of pocket for services. Uninsured clients who need assistance with the fee may be eligible for fee assistance through our donor supported fund.
If you have any questions about our Behavioral Health Programs, please contact us.
Learn more about Oakland County's Resource and Crisis Helpline