Vax Bash Happening September 20 and 22!

Rita Dinser, RN, Infection Control Nurse, CNS Healthcare Join CNS Healthcare and Genoa Healthcare at Vax Bash. We are ready to give you a BOOST! Come and enjoy a BBQ, gift card raffle and music, all while protecting yourself from seasonal flu and COVID-19 (Moderna.) Walk right up, no registration is required. We look forward […]

Disaster Response Services at CNS Healthcare

CNS Healthcare is now part of the Tri-County Strong Crisis Counseling Program (CCP), in partnership with Oakland Community Health Network (OCHN), Detroit Wayne Integrated Health Network(DWIHN) and Macomb County Community Mental Health Authority (MCCMHA). CCP is funded by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and is overseen […]

Watch “Bright Spot” Here!

9/12: Empowering Communities to Prevent Suicide, with Brian Dilworth 8/8: Substance Use Disorders, with Safaa Elmessiri. 7/11: Reducing Mental Health Stigma, with Malkia Newman. 6/13: Suicide Prevention, reducing access to lethal means, with Kiersten Gutherman 5/23: Mental Health Advocacy, with Kevin Fischer of NAMI Michigan 5/16: Caring for Care Givers, with Jenny Shumaker 5/9: Women’s […]

CNS presents 2nd Annual “Plant Your Flag” program and launches “Bright Spot” Virtual Series for Mental Health

Detroit, MI, April 25, 2022— CNS Healthcare will celebrate Mental Health Awareness Month 2022, with its Annual, “Plant Your Flag” campaign to show that mental health matters to our community and launching “Bright Spot” — weekly virtual presentations to address topics including kids’ anxiety, returning to in-person work, caregiver burnout, normalizing conversations about mental health, […]

CNS Healthcare Hosts Governor Gretchen Whitmer for Mental Health Roundtable

January 18, 2022: CNS Healthcare was proud to host a roundtable in Waterford on education and mental health. Headlining the event was Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer, who heard from educators and mental health professionals about ways to enhance current practices throughout the state. To view the roundtable, please follow this link: https://www.facebook.com/watch/live/?ref=watch_permalink&v=439139684521812 Pictured (left to […]

Suicide Prevention: Indigenous People

Indigenous people make up about 1.2% of the population. However, of this demographic around 21% of said individuals have a diagnosable mental illness. Mental illness and suicide are an epidemic that is increasing across Indigenous populations. Suicide rates among American Indian and Alaskan Native men and women are startling. Since 1999, the United States suicide […]

The Importance of Immunizations

Health professionals and medical organizations across the globe highly recommend immunizations. Getting immunized is important for at least two reasons: to protect ourselves and those around us. Vaccines are the best way to prevent infectious disease and to help to keep us from getting seriously ill. A successful immunization program depends upon the participation of […]

You Can Prevent Suicide: At Risk Youth

Suicide is the second leading cause of death among youth age 15-24. This age group is a time of changes between school, social groups, and learned responsibilities which can become overwhelming for many youth. One out of every fifteen high school students reportedly attempt suicide each year. Suicidal ideation for youth is even higher, with […]