If you are seeking community mental health services, Requests for services can be made 24 hours a day 7 days a week by calling Access at 734.544.3050 or 1.800.440.7548. Access is the central entry point for all Washtenaw County individuals seeking community mental health and/or substance abuse information and services.
NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) Washtenaw County is a non-profit organization and a local affiliate of the national NAMI and NAMI Michigan, that aims to improve the lives of persons affected by mental illness. Individuals with these biological disorders, their families and mental health professionals, and the broader community can all benefit from the organization’s mission.
Now scheduling appointments for April when enrollment begins for the Healthy Michigan Plan (new Medicaid).
Packard houses food pantries and offers an array of nutrition services and wellness programs for patients. Packard Health is welcoming new patients.
Our patient advocates are certified to help current and potential patients with healthcare insurance enrollment. Read More.
We are a non-profit primary care medical practice that has delivered exceptional patient-centered care to thousands of Washtenaw County residents since 1973. Ranked among the top third of primary care practices in Michigan and designated as a Patient-Centered Medical Home by Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan, Packard Health has an unwavering commitment to ensuring medical care access for everyone.
We have two convenient Ann Arbor locations that offer plentiful parking, convenient bus access, and extended weekday and Saturday hours. We accept most commercial insurance and public health plans, and also welcome uninsured patients. Our belief is that everyone deserves quality medical care – all ages, all stages of health, regardless of economic status.
We support our patients and families to take responsibility for their own health by working with them to establish optimal health and wellness goals and providing access to the resources needed to achieve those goals. Click here to learn more about our services and how to become a Packard Health patient.
To begin your relationship with Packard Health, call us today to schedule a new patient appointment.
3174 Packard Road
Ann Arbor, MI 48108
Phone: (734) 971-1073
Fax: (734) 971-8545
Packard Health West
501 N. Maple Rd.
Ann Arbor, MI 48103
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Sense of Community Study for Individuals with Psychiatric Disabilities
—Research Participants Wanted!!!
What is the purpose of the study? The purpose of this study is to examine the relationship among disability-related, personal and environmental factors in predicting sense of community for individuals with psychiatric disabilities using the biopsychosocial framework.
Who are we? We are researchers from the Office of Rehabilitation and Disability Studies at Michigan State University. This research project is directed by Connie Sung, PhD and Boyang Tong, MA.
Am I eligible to participate in this study? You are eligible to participate in this study if you are an individual:
- who are aged 18 or older;
- who had been diagnosed with psychiatric disabilities/severe mental illness such as major depressive disorders, bipolar disorders, and schizophrenia; and
- have a 6th grade or above reading level.
How can I participate in this study? You can participate by completing an online survey comprising several psychosocial questionnaires, which will take about 20-25 minutes. Upon completion of the survey, you will receive a $10 Target gift card within two weeks.
Please complete the online survey by clicking on the following link: https://msucoe.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_eaeBG4WEbQPRG73
Who will be benefit from my participation? Your participation will generate useful data to help rehabilitation professionals and researchers gain a comprehensive understanding of the predictors of sense of community so as to provide more effective intervention services for people with psychiatric disabilities. Thus, your support and assistance are extremely important for promoting sense of community for individuals with psychiatric disabilities.
If I have questions, whom should I contact?
If you have any questions about this study, please feel free to contact Boyang Tong at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you very much for your participation!!!_____________________________________________________________________________________
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summary of what we are currently working on:
To view the Pete Earley presentation on You Tube, click on the link below. Pete Earley is the author of “Crazy” and came to do a presentation in Ann Arbor October 10, 2013.
Participate in Research
We need research to understand how mental illnesses develop and progress, how and why they can affect different people in different ways, how to help people feel better, and how to keep symptoms from returning. Without the involvement of individual participants, however, research and medicine would not advance – we need people to make progress. In fact, all of the treatments that modern healthcare offers, including medications, devices, and procedures, are available because people have agreed to participate in research studies. To find out more go to:
To talk with someone about participating in a study at U-M, visit UMClinicalStudies.org or call the Mental Health Research Line at (734) 232-0255.
Click on the link below for a county wide contact list.
Click on the link below for more information on CSTS
You may receive health information and/or referrals to a variety of community services. If you are seeking mental health or substance abuse services you will receive a clinical screening completed by a licensed behavioral health professional using criteria found in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-IV).
Chelsea Grace Clinic
A monthly free clinic for the uninsured and underinsured of Western Washtenaw County. The clinic is held in the Faith in Action building, the first Saturday of each month from 9-12, except for holidays, in which case it is held the second Saturday. The clinic is staffed by volunteer doctors from the Chelsea community. Services include routine medical care, assistance with obtaining low-cost or free medications, and referrals to specialists. Please call (888) 331-1174 to schedule an appointment. Website: http://chelseamich.com/
last updated March 6, 2014