Our mission is to strengthen resiliency in people and their communities through prevention, education, and services that improve the quality of life.
Our vision is a healthy community informed about comprehensive behavioral health services aimed at reducing stigma, promoting recovery, and empowering people.
Respect: We believe every person has intrinsic value and is worthy of our respect.
Empathy: We serve with passion from a place of understanding and without judgment.
Integrity: We hold ourselves to the highest standards of honesty, fairness, and transparency.
Resilience: We are able to adapt in the face of adversity and trauma.
Diversity & Inclusion: We advance equity and embrace the perspectives and experiences of our community.
Collaboration: We encourage partnerships that strengthen the fabric of our community.
CARE has received accolades for achievement in management and service delivery.
- 2023 Notable Leader in Behavioral Health Honoree by Crain’s Detroit Awarded to CEO Susan Styf
- 2023 Macomb Community Mental Health Mental Health Matters Provider Champion Award
- 2022 CORP! Magazine Diversity Champion Awardee
- 2020 Best of MichBusiness Awardee
- 2020 Macomb Business Awards Diversity and Inclusion Leader
- 2019 Greater Detroit Area Health Council’s Salute to Healthcare Eagle Award
- 2019 Macomb Business Awards Corporate Citizen of the Year
- 2017 Finalist for Crain’s Business Detroit Best Managed Non-Profit
Orientation to Services
CARE of Southeastern Michigan offers many programs for children, adults and families. Our Orientation to Services booklet shares important information about our programs and expectations from everyone involved, including CARE staff and you as a participant.
To read the booklet, click here
The CARE Worklife staff is truly “just a phone call away.” They have supported our Fire Department after traumatic events and provided employer-required counseling. Our employees and their families use CARE’s confidential counseling services.
Shalynn R: The Reason I Want to Be A Social Worker
CARE helped me to find a huge part of who I am. I love everything that I do with them, and I can’t wait to have a career where I get to do that sort of thing every day. That is the reason that I want to be a social worker.