Livingston

National Alliance on Mental Illness of Livingston

  • Website:www.namimi.org
  • Address: P.O. Box 161, Hartland, MI, 48353
  • Phone: (517) 546-7449
Livingston, Mental Health & Counseling, Parenting & Family Support, Support Groups
• NAMI members provide support, education, and advocacy for consumers, their friends, and their families during all phases of their mental illness journey. 
• NAMI Connection, NAMI In Our Own Voice, Hearts & Minds,  NAMI Basics Education Program, Family to Family, NAMI Smarts, and NAMI Family Support are the programs are offered at the various NAMI Chapters throughout Michigan.
• All programs are not available with all NAMI chapters. Please contact your local chapter to see what is available.
• Support Group meets every second and fourth Thursday of the month, 7 – 9 p.m. at the First Methodist Church, 400 East Grand River, Brighton.  Family members and consumers are welcome.  Call Barb at 810-231-6011 for more information.


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. 

Livingston County Essential Transportation

  • Phone: (517) 546-6600

Livingston Family Services

  • Website:www.livingstonfamilycenter.org
  • Address: 4736 E. M-36, Pinckney, MI 48169
  • Phone: (819) 231-9591
Region 5, Livingston, Runaway Services
Crisis based services available to runaway or homeless youth, their siblings, and their families

Viken Matossian

  • Address: Advanced Behavioral Medicine, 2901 E Grand River Ave, Howell, MI 48843
  • Phone: (517) 759-1766
Region 5, Livingston, Psychiatrists

Specializes in child or adolescent depression and ADD/ADHD.

Accepts Aetna, Blue Cross/Blue Shield, Cofinity, and Medicare

Jean-Paul Pegeron

  • Address: 1785 W. Stadium Blvd., Suite 201-D, Ann Arbor, MI 48103
  • Phone: (734) 931-6257
Region 5, Livingston, Psychiatrists
Specializes in depression, loss and grief, and relationship issues

Dwarakanath Rao

  • Address: 555 East William, Suite 24-1, Ann Arbor, MI 48104
  • Phone: (734) 329-5251
Region 5, Livingston, Psychiatrists
Specializes in relationship issues, self esteem, and depression

Work Skills Corporation

  • Phone: (810) 329-5251

United Way

  • Phone: (810) 494-3000

St. George Special Ministries

Therapeutic Recreation, Brighton Community Education

  • Phone: (810) 229-1419

Michigan Special Olymics Area XXVII

  • Phone: (517) 546-2930

Michigan Rehabilitation Services (MRS)

  • Phone: (734) 677-1125

Michigan Relay Center (Replaces TDD)

  • Phone: (800) 649-3777

Association for Retarded Citizens

  • Phone: (810) 238-3671
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