Our COVID-19 policy
Because of Governor Whitmer’s stay-at-home order on Monday, March 23, we are are no longer seeing clients in our office. We are offering online, privacy-protected video-and-smartphone counseling and other services remotely. Please use our online counseling form to request services.
Not all of our clients qualify for telehealth benefits because of insurance company rules. But we are committed to continuity of care. No one will be turned away due to inability to pay.
Community members report higher levels of anxiety and depression than usual as we face unprecedented challenges together. Social isolation is often a problem for our community and will become even more so in the next few weeks. We want to stay connected!
and Whole Black Women
groups are meeting online; divorce education and support has been temporarily suspended. Job and financial coaching can be carried out via phone or computer.
We will continue to answer your calls and emails and identify resources, as together we work to come up with personalized solutions to economic and emotional barriers.
If you cannot make an appointment, or if you need to reschedule, please reach out to your individual therapist.
Thank you, and stay well!