11,412 Adults Trained Through Behavioral Health Assessments & Counseling
1,804 Connected to Community Resources
Who We Are
Life Happens. We Can Help.
Since 1977, CARE of Southeastern Michigan has been a leader in substance use prevention and recovery services in Macomb County. An accredited and award-winning behavioral health nonprofit rooted in the community, CARE provides real-life solutions from early childhood to adulthood so we can live healthier lives.
Need help, contact us today at 586.541.2273.
How We Can Help
Programs for You, Your Family, Your Community
We’re dedicated to the whole person, connecting struggling individuals, their families, and other loved ones to resources and opportunity that will change their lives for the better.
We do this by focusing on strengthening individual well-being and promoting resiliency. CARE programming aims to reduce risky and unhealthy behaviors while encouraging positive community engagement and social connectedness. Our parent education programs focus on strengthening communication channels between parent and child, reducing unhealthy power dynamics, and promoting positive discipline practices. CARE works directly with teenagers, helping them learn to manage their emotions and communicate more effectively. Similarly, CARE Employee Assistance Programs (EAPs) can be a powerful tool for businesses to improve the lives of their workers (and those workers’ families) while increasing retention and decreasing liability.
Our Peer Recovery Coach Program
We firmly believe that there are multiple paths to recovery—and CARE is absolutely committed to helping individuals find their path and stay on it. But whatever that path may include, we’ve seen that every path is easier to travel with the right support.
CARE provides professional and emotional support to those seeking relief from substance misuse and abuse. We work with people who seek us out on their own, as well as those referred by employers, through hospital emergency departments, the criminal justice and corrections system, and local substance abuse treatment programs.
For more information and help, call our Recovery United Community Center at 586.552.1120.