Washtenaw County Resources

Services and resources offered to the youth and young adults in Washtenaw County.


Community Mental Health seeks to improve quality of life and increase personal fulfillment for all of our community members, particularly during challenging times, including crisis, and for those that may be dealing with ongoing conditions. Service information and crisis services and supports are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week including holidays. To Receive Services, call Access at (734) 544-3050 at any time.
Ozone House helps young people lead safe, healthy, and productive lives through intensive intervention and prevention services. We serve young people and their families who are facing homelessness and home instability in Washtenaw County. Their crisis line is available 24/7 for supportive conversations and making connections to services both at Ozone and in the community. Call: (734) 662-2222.

The Corner Health team of Board-Certified doctors, nurses, psychiatrists, social workers, nutritionists and health educators are experts in providing care to teens and young adults. They will partner with you to meet your needs. So whether you need a physical for sports, birth control, or counseling, the Corner is here for you! Call: (734) 484-3600.
Family Crisis Center helps individuals and families experiencing a life crisis such as grief/loss, suicide prevention, domestic violence, sexual assault and anger management.
(734) 660-7059.


RAHS provides a variety of primary care, mental health and support services at our school-based health centers to meet the urgent and preventive care needs of youth in our schools and community, ages 0-21, regardless of ability to pay. Contact us to find out more and schedule an appointment. #MorethanaBandAid


Dealing with a Drug Problem?

You've wanted a better life for a long time now. You've felt powerless to change but there seems to be a small sense of hope. Call one of the centers below and talk to one of their understanding and compassionate advisers right now. They understand what you are going through. Call: (800) 570-3670.

RU?OK Suicide Prevention Campaign
RU?OK Community Resources
Dealing with Drug Issues?
Suicide Prevention Training
Educational Articles & Materials