Children and adults with disabilities and other special needs find proven, best-practice services designed to meet their individual needs at Easter Seals Michigan. Expert health professionals from a variety of disciplines work with each person to overcome obstacles to independence through person centered planning.
Detroit Tiger Miguel Cabrera recently stopped by The Miracle League of Michgan, now a program of Easter Seals Michigan to say hello to some of the players. This program offers individuals with disabilities the opportunity to play baseball in a competitive and non-competitive leagues.
Adult Services: A comprehensive array of behavioral health services to support the recovery of individuals with a serious mental illness or co-occurring mental health and substance use disorder.
Autism (ASD) Services: Innovative therapies as well as training, support, and education services for those with an autism spectrum disorder and their families.
Children's Services: Comprehensive, multi-faceted services for families with children from birth through 18 years of age in Genesee, Kent, Macomb and Oakland Counties.
Collaborative Solutions: Behavioral health services for Oakland County residents who are involved in the criminal justice system, including diversion from jail into treatment for those who have committed nonviolent misdemeanors.
Dreams Unlimited Clubhouse: Dreams is a wellness recovery program where members provide support to one another. They participate in social/recreational activities, build skills, and take advantage of opportunities through the career club, independent and supported employment, transitional employment, and supported education.
Services in Spanish: Centro Latino specializes in providing culturally sensitive behavioral health services to Spanish-speaking adults and families.
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Does Easter Seals Michigan accept insurance? Yes, we do. See a list here.