- 790 Fuller Ave NE, Grand Rapids
The community mental health authority for Kent County, network 180 connects individuals and their families to services for mental illness, substance use disorders or developmental disabilities.
- 534 Fountain St NE, Grand Rapids
The mission of the Fountain Hill Center for Counseling and Consultation is to provide pathways to healing and transformation, both personal and relational, through diverse and innovative therapeutic, educational, evaluative, and consultative services.
- Multiple locations
Using evidence-based therapies, intervention techniques, monitoring progress and coordinating care with other key service providers, Hope Network serve people in a way most healthcare professionals can't - when and where they need care most.
- 54 Division Ave S, Grand Rapids
Counseling available — open to all, but with a Heartside Neighborhood focus.
Provides street outreach and support services to the mentally ill, poor and homeless people. Provides crisis management, support to keep clients stable and educates the public on how to respond to the mentally ill, poor and homeless.
- 349 Division Ave S, Grand Rapids
The Mental Health Foundation is the go-to source for mental health awareness and education.
- 300 68th Street SE, Grand Rapids
Provides immediate assessment and treatment for people experiencing acute psychiatric symptoms who cannot wait for routine outpatient intervention.
- 200 Ionia St SW, Grand Rapids
The centers for Counseling and Psychological Services at Western Michigan University are a service, training, and research component of the Department of Counselor Education and Counselor Psychology. To schedule an appointment with a counselor, call (616) 771-4171 between 9 a.m. and 9 p.m., Monday through Thursday, and between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. on Friday. Please allow at least an hour for your initial appointment.
- 790 Fuller Ave NE 2nd Floor, Grand Rapids
NAMI of Kent County is local affiliate of NAMI, the National Alliance on Mental Illness. NAMI is the nation's largest grassroots mental health organization dedicated to building better lives for the millions of Americans affected by mental illness.
- 1055 Medical Park Drive SE, Grand Rapids
Located just seven miles southeast of downtown Grand Rapids, Michigan, Forest View Hospital is a private psychiatric facility that serves children, adolescents and adults. They provide no-cost assessments 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Services include acute inpatient psychiatric treatment, partial hospitalization and outpatient medication management.
Family and Youth Resources
- 1115 Ball Ave NW, Grand Rapids
Provides 24 hour phone and walk-in crisis intervention for runaway/homeless youth or youth in crisis. Individual and group counseling available.
- 2000 Bridge St NE, Grand Rapids
Ele's Place is a healing center for grieving children and teens.
- Multiple locations
Pine Rest offers outpatient services in friendly, welcoming environments for individuals, couples, and families. Counseling, consultation, assessment and testing for all ages available as well as a variety of special services.
- 2566 Woodmeadow Dr SE, Grand Rapids
Compassionate counseling on your journey towards emotional well-being.
- 360 Division Ave S #3A, Grand Rapids
Works to help individuals facing the challenges of everyday life offering mental health and counseling in Grand Rapids, Muskegon, and several other West Michigan locations. Services are available for children, adults, couples, and families.
- 1939 Division Ave S, Grand Rapids
Family Outreach Center is committed to building stronger families. They have quality outpatient mental health, substance use disorders, education, prevention and support services for children, youth and families living in the inner city of Grand Rapids, MI and all of Kent County. They provide the support individuals and families need to be successful through all phases of life.
- 3300 36th St SE, Grand Rapids
As one of Michigan's most highly regarded experts helping at-risk youth and families since 1960, Wedgwood Christian Services is dedicated to aggressively taking on the toughest problems facing young people today.