Look to New Oakland
Since our founding in 1991, one of New Oakland’s primary goals — and the source of our differentiation among mental health providers in Michigan — has been to develop therapeutic alternatives to inpatient psychiatric hospitalization, especially for children and teens.
- Virtually any service on the mental health spectrum of care
- A continuum of care . . . from infancy to the elderly
- Therapeutic alteratives to inpatient psychiatric hospitalization
This has involved the careful and deliberate building of a continuum of care that reaches a person at his or her moment of need and continues to provide intervention and structure to avoid inpatient admission.
The two most important of these New Oakland alternatives are the State of Michigan-licensed FACE to FACE partial hospitalization program (PHP) and New Oakland’s team of Intensive Crisis Stabilization (ICS) therapists on call 24 hours/day to deploy in person and in real time. Fully accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF), New Oakland is ideally suited to provide virtually any service on the mental health spectrum, from regular therapy and counseling visits to intensive support and intervention in a crisis.