Teen & Youth Counseling
Youth Counseling & Outpatient Treatment
One in five adolescents have a diagnosable mental health disorder1. That amounts to a significant number of kids in Macomb County classrooms who may benefit from clinical services or educational accommodations. CARE provides resources and interventions within the classroom to foster a responsive learning environment. CARE can support adolescents and their families as they manage mental health or substance use issues. Between age-specific programming or groups and student assistance services, CARE believes in building resiliency within adolescents and restoring their wellbeing through targeted intervention.
Substance use prevention and education
Whether a youth has just experimented with a drug or at risk of developing a substance use disorder, CARE can provide the help needed to address alcohol or substance use issues among teenagers. From educational to outpatient recovery programs to counseling, we can connect schools and communities with the programming they need.
CARE focuses on substance use prevention programs designed for schools and communities. These programs provide education on skill-building, making healthy choices, the importance of resiliency, the impact of drug use on the brain, and the many other physical, legal and emotional consequences of substance use. This could mean individual or family counseling, medical treatment, therapy, group support, or a combination of approaches. Click HERE for more information on these services.
Depression and other mental health issues
About one and five teenagers are facing some sort of mental health issue1 and we can help connect struggling adolescents with the counselor or outpatient treatment they need. CARE offers services for stress management, anxiety, recovery from trauma, group therapy, individual counseling, family therapists, and suicide prevention.