If you are in immediate danger call 911.
If you are in the Metropolitan Detroit Area contact Angel House, a non-profit organization dedicating to freeing Women from their abusers, there phone number is (248) 622-0359. There website is https://theangelhouse.org/about-us
If you need help contact the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence at 1-800-799-7233 and/or DomesticShelters.org.
National Domestic Violence Hotline at
BELOW ARE ADDITIONAL DOMESTIC VIOLENCE HELP IN METRO DETROIT:
1. The Angel House, 33228 W. 12 Mile Road, #189, Farming Hills, MI
2. HAVEN (offers shelter) 801 Vanguard Drive, Pontiac, Michigan
48341 Phone: 877-922-1274 Crisis support line: 248-334-1274
3. Domestic Violence Interventions 34051 Gratiot Avenue Suite 102,
Clinton Township, Michigan 48035 Phone: 586-980-2464
4. ACCESS Victims of Crime Act program 6450 Maple Street,
Dearborn, Michigan 48126 Phone: 313-216- 2202
5. Detroit Police Department’s Victims Assistance Program 4707 St.
Antoine Street, Detroit, Michigan 48201 Phone: 313-833-1660
6. First Step (offers shelter) 44567 Pinetree Drive, Plymouth
Michigan 48170 Phone: 734-416-1111
7. Common Ground Crisis Resource Center 1200 Telegraph Road,
Pontiac, Michigan 48341 Phone: 800-231-1127
8. YWCA Interim House (offers shelter) Business: 313-862-3580
9. Coalition on Temporary Shelter (offers shelter) 26 Petersboro
Street, Detroit, Michigan 48201 Phone: 313-831-3777
10. Women In Touch 313-737-7168
11. Turning Point in Macomb County has been in the community for
40 years and provides emergency shelter along with other
services. Phone: 586-463-6990
You can find resources and assistance at Rehab.Com. Or call them at (844) 733-4251.
You are worthy and relevant! Your life is valuable. Don't give up! There's help for you.
Please call the National Suicide Prevention hotline NUMBER 988 OR 1-800-273-8255.
Visit their website at https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/
There are times in our life that "life" can be a bit much to deal with. You are not alone. It is a smart decision to seek professional help. Click on this link to visit the website for the Michigan Department of Human Health & Services for locations and contact information on free and/or low cost Mental Health Clinics. You can also call 1-855-275-6424. Click on this link to the American Psychological Association Help page for additional helpful information .
The Detroit Wayne Integrated Healthcare Network provides resources and access for mental & physical health for residents of Wayne County. Click here for more information.
Time of Glory Counseling Services provides general counseling & mental health services for children, adolescents, and adults covering a wide range of topics from depression and anxiety to child rearing to marriage counseling. Our staff is comprised of licensed professionals who emphasize efficient, solution-oriented treatment. Our therapists maintain flexible schedules and we have daytime, evening, and weekend availability. We offer Christian-Based Counseling service to provide faith-based counseling for those clients who would like prayer and Biblical principles to be at the center of their treatment. Our Christian counselor’s are committed to serving you in a professional manner. Give us a call today 248.739.2376 or visit our website at https://timeofglory.org/about
The Community Health and Social Services (CHASS) Center, Inc., is a community-based, not for profit organization formed to develop, promote, and provide comprehensive, accessible and affordable quality primary health care and support services to all residents of the community, with special emphasis on the underserved African-American and Latino population. CHASS is committed to the overall well-being of the community. Call to make an appointment at (313) 849-3920 of visit our website at https://chasscenter.org
Release & Refresh provides low-cost Life Coaches and Spiritual Advisors. Sometimes we just need someone to talk through some things and to help us get back on track. Contact us by clicking on this link or call us at (248) 469-3505.
If you have been experiencing some of the following signs and symptoms most of the day, nearly every day, for at least two weeks, you may be suffering from depression:
Click this link for more information https://www.nimh.nih.gov/health/publications/depression
Not everyone who is depressed experiences every symptom. Some people experience only a few symptoms while others may experience many. Several persistent symptoms in addition to low mood are required for a diagnosis of major depression, but people with only a few but distressing symptoms may benefit from treatment of their “subsyndromal” depression.
The severity and frequency of symptoms and how long they last will vary depending on the individual and his or her particular illness. Symptoms may also vary depending on the stage of the illness.
Founded in 1979, the Anxiety and Depression Association of America (ADAA) is an international nonprofit organization dedicated to the prevention, treatment, and cure of anxiety, depression, OCD, PTSD, and co-occurring disorders through education, practice, and research. With more than 1,800 professional mental health members (many of whom contribute blog posts, host webinars, review website content and more) ADAA is a leader in education, training, and research. More than 11 million people from around the world visit the ADAA website annually (and click on more than 38,000,000 pages) to find current treatment and evidence-based research information and to access free resources and support.
You may need cash, medical care, housing, assistancr with child care, heating, whatever your need. Click on this link for Hotlines you can call for assistance.