Easterseals Michigan (ESM) is committed to helping people discover hope and motivation to make important changes for overcoming mental health and substance use conditions. Services are designed to support people in their recovery and to assist them in the pursuit of meaningful and satisfying lives. ESM provides a continuum of person centered behavioral health services that are research based to address mental health and substance abuse concerns, or both conditions simultaneously. All services are culturally competent and provided in English or Spanish.
ESM provides evaluation and assessment to determine the most effective approach to improve mental health and wellness of the people we serve. Treatment methods include individual, family, and group therapy. Crisis intervention, Peer Recovery supports, Psychiatric evaluation, and medication management are available depending upon need. ESM accepts most major insurances including Medicaid HMO’s. Outpatient Services are provided at the Center Line location in Macomb County and the Southfield, Pontiac and Walled Lake locations in Oakland County.
In addition to the outpatient services, ESM provides more intensive services to individuals who have serious mental illnesses and substance use conditions that are found eligible through Community Mental Health. These services include:
The Community-based Behavioral Health Services for adults in Oakland County indicated above, including, Spanish and Russian Language Services and Behavioral Health Services, are primarily funded by Oakland Community Health Network.
Adult services are provided in Oakland County at the Adult Southfield, Walled Lake, and Pontiac locations. Macomb County provides only outpatient services and case management, peer support, and psycho-educational groups. Service recipients must meet eligibility criteria. If determined eligible for services, fees are based on ability to pay. Services are never denied because of inability to pay. To find out more, contact 800-75-SEALS.