InSight Youth and Family Connections offers a wide variety of programs and services through our network of providers. We provide supervision, treatment, and case management to youth and families assigned to us through the Wayne County Department of Health, Human, and Veterans Services. These services are selected based upon the specific treatment needs identified by the youth, their families, and the Wayne County Third Judicial Court.

  • Crossroads for Youth

    A private, nonprofit treatment agency that serves at-risk youth ages 7 - 17. Crossroads for Youth utilizes a proven therapeutic model combining Choice Theory and Collaborative Problem Solving techniques built on a foundation of Trauma-Informed Care. They empower youth so that they can learn how to evaluate their own behavior and actions in order to make thoughtful decisions in their lives, while also facilitating emotional and psychological healing.
  • Highfields

    Provides adolescent males, ages 11-17, residential treatment that is designed to help change their behaviors and thought processes. At Highfields, residents learn independent living skills and begin to take responsibility for their own lives.
  • Holy Cross Children’s Services

    HCS provides substance use and co-occurring mental health disorder treatment through co-workers who are highly trained and committed to individual wellness, family stability, and positive organizational change. HCS provides quality services by creating mutual benefit and balance between clients, co-workers, and payer’s needs.
  • Spectrum Juvenile Justice Services

    Spectrum Juvenile Justice Services provides intensive specialized therapeutic residential treatment programs at the Calumet and Lincoln Centers in Highland Park, Michigan. This treatment program is for juvenile sex offenders, chronic high-risk juvenile offenders and juvenile offenders with acute substance abuse behaviors. These services are provided for male youth, ages 11 to 20. Comprehensive services are designed to meet the equally comprehensive range of social, emotional, behavioral, developmental and educational needs of the youth, to achieve our mission of rehabilitation. SJJS utilizes the Forward Focused Treatment Model©, the first empirically-guided clinical treatment program developed specifically for adolescents with serious offending behaviors. The model uses evidence-based practices including cognitive behavioral therapy and trauma-focused interventions, based on adolescent brain development research.
  • Wayne County Juvenile Detention Center

    WCJDF provides safe, secure and humane detention services to juveniles pending completion of legal proceedings. Juveniles housed at JDF are awaiting adjudication, sentencing or placement. Educational services through an on-site charter school, on and off site medical services, on-site dental services, mental health services, appropriate recreational activities, counseling and behavior management activities are provided to young people housed in the Juvenile Detention Facility.
  • Wolverine Human Services

    Wolverine Human Services’ programs focus on adolescents suffering from the social injustices of abuse and neglect and those involved in delinquent activities. Residential treatment programs are anchored on a set of tried and true principles to help the health and well-being of these adolescents.

  • Assured Family Services

    An organization dedicated to supporting environments where children and families can flourish. AFS maintains a clinically sound environment with a professional, multi-disciplinary approach toward delivering quality services. AFS provides orientation, training to ensure that all staff are well educated and value the best practices for children and families
  • Black Family Development

    BFDI is uniquely positioned to advance our work on improving outcomes for children, families and the community. We offer a continuum of programs and services that are designed to support our consumer’s desires and needs.  We are committed to engaging the total community. We are committed to working in partnerships with others to provide the best outcomes within our neighborhoods. In addition to our continuum of services, our work fortifies youth and our families with the essential historical and cultural information necessary for building a strong sense of self-confidence.
  • CHOICES Program

    C.H.O.I.C.E.S., which stands for Community Health, Outreach, Intervention and Clinical Engagement Services, is a specialized outpatient community mental health treatment program at the AFS that provides intensive, community based individual and family counseling as well as group therapy services. This program embodies a person centered and family driven approach to assessment and treatment planning. C.H.O.I.C.E.S. provides effective service delivery within a trauma informed system of care utilizing observations supported and evidenced based modalities.
  • Detroit Wayne Integrated Health Network

    Detroit Wayne Integrated Health Network is compassionate and committed to the 75,000 children and adults it serves in Detroit and Wayne County. We understand the immense responsibility we have been given and we go above and beyond in supporting the people we serve and the hundreds of Providers in our System of Care. Our Provider Network supports and serves individuals with serious mental illness, children with serious emotional disturbance, people with autism, individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities and those with substance use disorder. We are Here to Talk. Here to Help.
  • Development Centers

    Development Centers’ mission is to ensure that every child, adult and family lives a happy, healthy and fulfilling life. Development Centers believes that everyone deserves access to opportunity. Whether it is access to quality education, meaningful employment or mental health support, every consumer that comes through Development Centers’ door is treated holistically to meet that individual’s unique needs.
  • Hegira

    Since 1971 Hegira Health, Inc. (HHI) has been a leader in behavioral healthcare. Today, HHI is one of Michigan's largest freestanding, integrated behavioral healthcare organizations, providing a wide variety of mental health and substance abuse treatment services to individuals of all ages. It is HHI's goal to ensure the availability of quality, individualized, and rapidly accessible integrated behavioral healthcare and prevention services to individuals and families of all income levels.
  • Lincoln Behavioral Services

    A non-profit mental health center funded primarily by the State of Michigan Department of Community Health, and the Detroit Wayne Integrated Health Network, who has provided services to persons suffering from mental illnesses, for the past 41 years. LBS currently serves approximately 5400 adults, children, and adolescents each year, through the provision of a comprehensive array of mental health programming, including numerous evidence-based practices.
  • Starfish

    Founded in 1963, Starfish Family Services is a nonprofit human service agency, recognized as a champion for children and families across metro Detroit who have limited access to essential resources such as education, healthcare, and economic opportunities. Serving over 4,000 children and their families annually, we provide high-quality programs and support services that focus on early childhood education and development, behavioral health wellness, and empowered parents. Through our holistic approach, Starfish partners with families so they have access to the right resources at the right time.
  • Southwest Solutions

    Southwest Counseling Solutions’ broad range of programs include mental health counseling, children and youth services, affordable and supportive housing, veteran services, homeownership services, real estate and commercial development, financial coaching, job training and adult literacy, minority small business training and support and more. We are the lead agency to end homelessness in Detroit. Southwest Solutions integrates its services in a holistic approach to address the multiple needs of those we assist so they have the best chance to improve their lives and futures.
  • The Children’s Center of Wayne County

    The Children’s Center is home to many specialized clinical services. We lead the way in working with children who struggle with behavioral, emotional, educational, intellectual and developmental challenges or may have experienced trauma.  We treat the whole child, looking at more than a single issue so we can provide the best, most comprehensive integrated care. We examine barriers in the home, school and community, working with the family who raises them and the organizations that support them.
  • The Guidance Center

    Since 1958 The Guidance Center has been committed to its mission to strengthen families and change lives.Throughout the last six decades the agency has maintained a collaborative relationship with its local communities and schools to support adults and children experiencing mental health difficulties and other challenges. A group of concerned residents and educators recognized the need for mental health services in our area and joined forces in 1958 to help form The Guidance Center. Since then we have worked as a team to respond to the needs of children, adults and families in southeast Michigan.The agency operates a wide range of programs and services at 23 locations. Our expertise in mental health and wellness, early childhood education, free preschool for low-income families, developmental disabilities services and support, mentoring, substance abuse, workforce development, Kids-TALK Children’s Advocacy Center, community gardens, and research and evaluation helps more than 24,300 members of our community annually work on their own personal triumphs in life.
  • Ruth Ellis Center

    Founded in 1999, Ruth Ellis Center (REC) has established a national reputation for quality and innovation in providing trauma-informed services for lesbian, gay, bi-attractional, transgender and questioning (LGBTQ+) youth, and young adults, with an emphasis on young people of color, experiencing homelessness, involved in the child welfare system, and/or experiencing barriers to health and wellbeing.