Mental Health Services

988 is a direct, three-digit, and easy to remember phone number to National Suicide Prevention Lifeline call takers. Beginning July 16, 2022, 988 will be available 24/7, 365 days a year. Trained counselors, who are not clinicians, are available to provide free, confidential emotional support for people in distress and answer all calls at local crisis call centers. With an easy to remember number like 988, the Lifeline hopes to reach many more people in emotional crisis and connect those to services if needed.

Access to both mental health and substance use disorder services within the CMHPSM region is provided through our Community Mental Health Service Provider (CMHSP) partners within the region.  

Phone: (734) 544-3050

Phone: (800) 440-7548

Address: 8139 Ernst Rd – Manchester

Phone: (734) 276-2765

Website: Bridgewater Support Services


Licensed social workers and psychologists offer families, couples, and individual in-depth assessment and therapy designed for the specific needs of each client. 

How to Schedule an Appointment

Interested clients may call 734-926-0155 to set up a 15-20 minute intake triage to assess level of care and complete paperwork verbally.

Counseling Services

CSSW Main Building
4925 Packard Street
Ann Arbor, MI 48108

The Community Behavioral Health Clinic offers convenient, affordable and low-cost psychological services for a range of behavioral, emotional, cognitive, developmental, lifespan, health-related, family-of-origin and interpersonal issues. Services are provided by clinical psychology graduate students under the supervision of licensed faculty.

EMU Behavioral Health

Maternal Infant Health Program (Corner Health Center's Sweet Pea)

Corner Health

Address: 5665 Hines Dr-Ann Arbor

Phone: (734) 929-6640

Webiste: Ele's Place


Feeling isolated, anxious, or overwhelmed? The counseling training clinic at EMU is here to help. Advanced graduate students supervised by licensed professional counselors trained in evidence-based counseling services and treatment are committed to providing culturally competent counseling with your experience and identities in mind.

 2 to 16 sessions are offered free to students and $5 per session for the public. Sessions can be virtual or in person. 

To schedule an appointment email or call (783) 487-4410.

Behavioral health services (including no-cost assessment and therapy services) are currently available at the EMU Children's Institute, The Collaborative: YMCA Ypsilanti Child Development Center, the Ford Early Learning Center, the Beatty Early Learning Center, and the Perry Early Learning Center. These satellite clinics provide assessment, parent-guidance, and child therapy for issues such as:

  • Behavior problems
  • Fears, worry, or anxiety
  • Anger, tantrums, or aggressive behavior
  • Excessive sadness or withdrawn behavior
  • Stressful or scary experiences
  • Parent-child relationship problems
  • Adjustment issues
  • Problems with routines, sleeping, or eating
  • Social problems

Services are provided by clinical psychology graduate students under the supervision of a licensed clinical psychologist and take place at the centers or virtually through a confidential zoom platform.  Appointments are available during CBHC clinic hours. If your child attends the EMU Children's Institute, the Ypsilanti YMCA Child Development Center, the Ford Early Learning Center, or the Beatty Early Learning Center and you are interested in services, please complete this online questionnaire.

 If your child does not attend one of these centers but you are looking for services, please complete the Community Behavioral Health Clinic General Child Client Application.

Services & Support

Maternal and infant health assessment and plan of care

Home or office visits provided by a team including a nurse, social worker and dietitian

Pregnancy and parenting support

Infant health and development education

Breastfeeding and nutrition support

Referrals to community resources based on your needs


Mama and Me MIHP maternal infant health education program, services and help for pregnant and parenting families with children under a year. 

Mama and Me MIHP

Address: 9445 Main St – Whitmore Lake

Phone:  (734) 449-4125

Website: Michigan Ability Partners


As part of your care at Michigan Medicine, you are eligible for the Maternal Infant Health Program!

The Maternal Infant Health Program, or “MIHP” is a home visiting program provided to pregnant Medicaid recipients and their babies. This home visiting program provides additional resources, education and support throughout your pregnancy and baby’s first year of life. Participants gain access to a dedicated team of healthcare providers that value your health and success in parenting. We are so glad you are taking advantage of this great benefit for both you and your baby!


Address: 1100 N Main St – Ann Arbor

Phone:  (734) 994-6661

Website: NAMI


Search local therapists by insurance accepted, issues, age, gender, language & more.

Psychology Today 

Founded to provide a positive approach to mental, emotional and behavioral health.

Our work is based on the belief that people want to lead meaningful and fulfilling lives, to cultivate what is best within themselves, and to enhance their experiences of love, work and play.

Thrive Counseling

2245 S. State Street, Suite 1100
Ann Arbor, MI 48104


We offer a comprehensive range of mental health services for children, adolescents, and families in the community. Our professional staff will collaborate with you to develop the solutions that work best for your family.

In addition to clinical assessment and treatment, we also offer free and low-cost workshops throughout the year. Our workshops typically address topics such as parenting through separation and divorce, ADHD and learning disabilities, and developing coping skills.Explore our services to see what have to offer and contact us to learn more about what we can do for your family.

University Center for the Child and Family
500 E. Washington St., Suite 100
Ann Arbor, MI 48104

(734) 764-9466

Address: 555 Towner-Ypsilanti

Phone: (734) 544-3050

Website: Washtenaw Community Mental Health


1100 Victors Way, Suite 10
Ann Arbor, MI 48108-5220

Phone: 734-973-6779

The nonprofit Women’s Center provides therapy and other women-supportive services to help individuals achieve economic and emotional health. 

Participants (age 16+) benefit from the help of a psychotherapist, parenting specialist, career or financial coach, divorce specialist, family law attorney, or financial adviser. No one is turned away due to inability to pay.

Women's Center

ADA & Accessibility

Our School Strives To Ensure Our Website Is Accessible To All Our Visitors 

Washtenaw ISD is committed to providing a website that is fully accessible and we are currently in the process of developing a new website to better meet the needs of our customers. Our new website will include improvements to ADA compliance and accessibility, and during this transition, we remain committed to maintaining our existing website's accessibility and usability. 

ADA Compliance

Non Discrimination

It is the policy and commitment of the Washtenaw Intermediate School District not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, disability, age, height, weight, familial status, marital status, genetic information, sexual orientation or any legally protected characteristic, in its educational programs, activities, admissions, or employment policies in accordance with Title IX of the 1972 Educational Amendments, executive order 11246 as amended, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and all other pertinent state and Federal regulations.

Non Discrimination Information

ADA and Title IX Coordinator ADA and Title IX Coordinator
Brian Marcel
Associate Superintendent
1819 S. Wagner Road 
Ann Arbor, MI  48103
(734) 994-8100 ext. 1402
Cassandra Harmon-Higgins
Executive Director, HR & Legal Services
1819 S. Wagner Road 
Ann Arbor, MI  48103
(734) 994-8100 ext. 1311