Barry Eaton County DHS

  • Address: 430 Barfield Drive, Hastings, MI 49058
  • Phone: (269) 948-3242
  • Contact: Katie S. Mika
  • Email: Mikak@Michigan.gov
Region 5, Eaton, Service Information & Assistance

Information and Referral. Able to provide families information on where to seek services. Able to assist with applying for medical subsidies. Barry Eaton County DHS is able to be a resource to children and families who were not placed through their program.

Barry-Eaton District Health Department

  • Phone: (517)541-2630; (517) 485-7110
Region 5, Eaton, Food & Nutrition

 

Building Strong Families

  • Phone: (517) 543-2310
Region 5, Eaton, Parenting & Family Support

 

Capital Area Community Services

  • Phone: (517) 393-7077
Region 5, Eaton, Multi-Service Agencies

 

Center for Educational Networking

  • Phone: (517)541-1318
Region 5, Eaton, Children with Special Needs

Offers products and services that respond to the information needs of families, educators, community services providers of individuals with disabilities

Child and Family Charities

  • Phone: (517) 882-4000
Region 5, Eaton, Support Groups

 

Children’s Charter of the Courts of Michigan

  • Phone: (517) 482-7533
Region 5, Eaton, Support Groups

 

Children’s Special Health Care Services

  • Address: 330 W. Woodlawn Hastings, MI 49058
  • Phone: (269) 945-9516 ext. 115
Region 5, Eaton, Children with Special Needs

Coverage and referral for specialty services based on the person's health problems. Family centered services to support you in your role as primary caretaker of your child. Community based services to help you care for your child at home and maintain normal routines. Culturally competent services which demonstrate awareness of cultural differences. Coordinated services to pull together the services of many different providers who work within different agencies.

Community Mental Health

  • Address: 551 Courthouse Dr. Charlotte, MI 48813
  • Phone: (517) 543-5100
Region 5, Eaton, Mental Health & Counseling

Early intervention for at-risk children. Individual, group, and family therapy. Crisis intervention. Inpatient treatment

David Samuel Sprague

  • Address: 5305 Ferris Rd Eaton Rapids, MI 48827
  • Phone: (517) 628-2737
Region 5, Eaton, Psychiatrists

Accepts Blue Cross/Blue Shield and Medicaid.

Delta Waverly Psychology and Counseling Associates

  • Website:www.deltawaverly.com
  • Phone: (517) 323-4099
Region 5, Eaton, Ingham, Mental Health & Counseling

Most insurances accepted including Blue Care Network, Blue Care Network, Medicaid, and Medicare. Couple, family, and individual therapy available.

DHS (FIA) Child Day Care Services

  • Phone: (517) 543-0860
Region 5, Eaton, Child Care, Respite

 

EATRAN (Charlotte)

  • Phone: (517) 543-4087
Region 5, Eaton, Transportation

  

Elizabeth Sawyer Danowski

  • Address: 913 West Holmes Road Suite 179 Lansing, MI 48910
  • Phone: (517) 618-9187
Region 5, Eaton, Mental Health & Counseling

Adoption sensitive.
Play. Build. Grow.

Highfields

  • Website:http://highfields.org/
  • Phone: (517)783-4250
Eaton, Hillsdale, Ingham, Jackson, Livingston, Clinton, Mental Health & Counseling, Multi-Service Agencies, Parenting & Family Support, Psychiatrists, Summer Camps, Youth & Teen
• Mental Health Counseling, Family Violence Interventions, Multi-Systemic Therapy, Residential Programs, Parenting Wisely, and Summer Camp. 
• Highfields provides services in Hillsdale, Ingham, Jackson, and Livingston Counties. Programs vary in each county so check the website for detailed county information.
• Insurance coverage: Blue Care Network, Great Lakes Health Plan, Health Plan of Michigan, LifeWays (Medicaid), Physician’s Health Plan/PHP, PHP Medicaid, McClaren, McClaren Medicaid, Other insurances managed by United Behavioral Health.
• A traditional counseling approach is used in providing this service.  Counseling services are office based and are available to individuals and families of all ages.  
• Services consist of an assessment completed during the first appointment, a diagnosis and ongoing counseling sessions developed to address the reason for referral. 

Lansing Human Relations & Community Services

  • Phone: (517) 483-4477
Region 5, Eaton, Multi-Service Agencies

 

LAP Respite Center

  • Website:www.laprespitecenter.com
  • Address: 840 E Mt. Hope, Suite 101, Lansing, MI 48910
  • Phone: (517) 372-6671
Region 5, Eaton, Ingham, Respite

In-Home Program: Services are provided in the family home. The family does not have to be at home during this time or depending on the service agreement, the LAP care provided may take the child out of the home for an activity. These hours are prescheduled to the families wishes / needs. The hours can be as little at 3 hours per week to as many as 24 hours per day.

Respite House Program: Services are provided at the LAP Respite House located near the LAP administrative office. Care can be provided for up to 6 children during non-school days, or 4 children on the weekends. LAP provides two trained care providers to be on staff for every hour a child is scheduled. This is a very popular program and fills up very quickly. LAP provides supervisors for on-call duties while children are on site. The Respite House carries a State of Michigan license as a daycare facility and is inspected regularly.

After School Program: Services are provided at the Beekman Center, which is part of the Lansing School District. The program is open whenever Beekman Center is open, including summer school. The hours during the regular school year are 3:00 p.m. until 6:00 p.m. The summer hours are 12:45 p.m. until 6:00 p.m. This program holds a State of Michigan daycare license for up to 16 children ages 5 years to 26 years for any child in special education classes. The program director ensures there is a 3 to 1, Student - to - care provider ratio.

Payment for services can be made in several different ways; the Department of Community Mental Health, the Department of Human Services, Insurance, or Private Pay.

National Alliance on Mental Illness Lansing

  • Website:www.namilansing.org
  • Address: P.O. Box 26101,ansing, MI, 48909
  • Phone: (517) 484-3404
Eaton, Ingham, Clinton, Ionia, Mental Health & Counseling, Parenting & Family Support, Support Groups
• NAMI Lansing offers: support groups, educational opportunities, and a
healthy living program.
• NAMI provides these programs for the following counties: Clinton
Eaton, Ingham, and Ionia.
• Family Support Group meets every Tuesday from 7 -8:30pm at Sparrow Behavioral Health, First Floor, 1210 W. Saginaw, Lansing. Call for more information.
• Support Group for Spouses of Persons with Mental Illness meets the First Monday of the month from 7:00 to 8:30 p.m. at Sparrow Behavioral Health – First Floor, St. Lawrence Campus of Sparrow Health System, 1210 W. Saginaw, Lansing. Go to Behavioral Health first floor, partial hospitalization room.

Nurtured Heart Path

  • Address: 2487 S. Michigan Road Eaton Rapids, MI 48827
  • Phone: (517) 719-1523
  • Email: annie@nurturedheartpath.com
Region 5, Eaton, Mental Health & Counseling

Annie Lange provides counseling, consultation, parent coaching and training to individuals, families, agencies and school systems throughout Michigan. She specializes in working with both adults and children, many of whom are challenged with ADD, ADHD, ODD, substance abuse, depression, anxiety, relationship and adoption issues. Call for upcoming classes and workshops.

Public Health Nursing

  • Phone: (517) 541-2654
Region 5, Eaton, Health, Clinics, & Hospitals

 

Ruth E Charles Edwards

  • Address: 2535 E Mount Hope Ave Lansing, MI 48910
  • Phone: (517) 292-4133
Region 5, Eaton, Mental Health & Counseling

Adoption sensitive.

Shana Bombrys

  • Address: 913 W. Holmes Rd. Suite 179 Lansing, MI 48910
  • Phone: (517) 618-0579
Region 5, Eaton, Mental Health & Counseling

Extensive training surrounding childhood trauma. Adoption sensitive.

St. Vincent Catholic Charities

  • Phone: (517) 323-4734
Region 5, Eaton, Support Groups

 

WIC Program

  • Phone: (517) 541-2630
Region 5, Eaton, Food & Nutrition

The special supplemental nutrition program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) is a federally funded program that serves low and moderate income pregnant, breastfeeding, and postpartum women, infants, and children up to age 5.