CNS Healthcare Adult Services are designed to foster independence and maximize individual potential while stabilizing and strengthening the community.
Adults who meet our minimum criteria, and have a diagnosable mental, behavioral, or emotional disorder, can receive a variety of services including psychological testing, case management, community support services, treatment planning, crisis intervention, and individual, group, and family therapy.
ACT and ACT IDDT are community-based mental health services for individuals experiencing serious mental illness. The illness may interfere with a person’s ability to live in the community, attend appointments with professionals in clinics and hospitals, and manage mental health symptoms. The mission of ACT is to help people become independent and integrate into the community as they experience recovery.
The mission of the MPRI is to reduce crime and enhance public safety to help offenders transition back into the community.
TCM provides individuals with an advocate and partner to link them with resources and monitor their progress. Case Managers work with people one-on-one to connect persons served to community resources, including employment, housing and physical healthcare. TCM includes specialty services including Michigan Prisoner Re-entry Initiative (MPRI) and Specialized Residential Programs.
Therapy services help people work through their thoughts and feelings, learning new coping skills to reach their goals. CNS’ experienced staff provide a variety of approaches including Play Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Solution Focused Therapy and Substance Use Therapy.
COPE provides crisis services including a 7-day a week mobile crisis team. The team operates in Wayne County and provides services at countywide emergency departments, group homes, community mental health clinics, public buildings and other locations. This program is operated in partnership with Hegira Programs, Inc. and Neighborhood Services Organization.
CAPPA pairs police officers with mental health clinicians to divert unnecessary arrests for person better served by the healthcare system.
The ASPIRE Program provides specialized services for children, adolescents and adults with intellectual, developmental and/or physical disabilities. These services are currently provided in Wayne and Macomb Counties.
BHH provides integrated mental and physical healthcare services through Oakland Community Health Network and is currently only available in Oakland County. The program provides participants benefits and support including health monitoring equipment, such as activity trackers, exercise and nutrition classes, peer lead wellness groups and more.
Covenant House provides shelter for residents 18-24 years of age who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. Residents receive mental health treatment, referrals for mental health services, and crisis intervention.
CR locates community resources that help people find and/or maintain affordable, permanent housing, appropriate for the person’s level of need.
IPS provides career opportunities to people traditionally denied jobs due to their medical conditions. IPS employees work with individuals to assess their career interests and prepare them to succeed in the workplace.
Peers have lived experiences with mental illness and/or substance use disorders, they provide guidance and support to persons during their journey to recovery. Peers teach skill-building groups on coping skills, community inclusion, healthy living, and wellness.
Clubhouse is a psychosocial program designed for rehabilitating adults diagnosed with a behavioral health challenge. Objectives of the program include job support, education, meaningful relationships, housing support, and an overall improved quality of life.
The Wellness Plus Program combines mental and physical healthcare to improve a person’s overall health. People in the Wellness Plus Program receive additional support and access to fitness, cooking and healthy living classes.