The ACCESS Mental Health Division provides mental health and human services to clients in southeast Michigan. The division provides a comprehensive continuum of services including trauma-informed care by professionals experienced in working with priority populations.
The ACCESS Community Health and Research Center (CHRC) adopts a holistic, bio-psychosocial counseling modality with a goal of helping clients access needed mental health services. The provided treatment modalities include: individual, family counseling, and psychiatric services for children and adults. The center follows the person-centered planning protocols to provide its counseling services.
The ACCESS Mental Health Division offers a wide range of services for adults, children and families. Many of its services are directly related to issues that exist within the Arab American and immigrant communities, while others address issues in the community at large. The bilingual, multi-cultural staff at the ACCESS Mental Health Division treats approximately 3,000 patients annually.