New Oakland Child-Adolescent and Family Center
About New Oakland
New Oakland Child-Adolescent and Family Center has been serving the needs of children, adolescents and their families since 1990. The FACE to FACE Crisis Intervention and Assessment Program is the only alternative to hospitalization crisis programs in Michigan. FACE to FACE includes treatment for the spectrum of mental health issues including eating disorders, ADD/ADHD, anxiety, depression, substance abuse, psychoses and personality disorders. The focus at New Oakland Child-Adolescent and Family Center is on preventive, early intervention and pro-active approaches for children, adolescents and also adults. We emphasize working with the whole family while striving to maintain the integrity of each family member.
In treating a wide range of emotional disturbances, family conflicts, stress related problems and mental illness, our interdisciplinary staff consists of child-adolescent and adult psychiatrists, licensed Masters level social workers, psychologists, clinical nurse specialists, professional counselors and other support staff working together as a team to provide quality care.
New Oakland Child-Adolescent and Family Center's key service line is the FACE to FACE State of Michigan Licensed Partial Hospital Program (PHP). Although qualifying as a hospital program, the unique FACE to FACE benefit is that it takes place in our five locations, not in a hospital setting. This provides a much warmer, intimate setting than that found in hospitals. FACE to FACE offers a variety of programs that help children, adolescents, adults and families through their mental health challenges.
New Oakland Child-Adolescent and Family Center serves the tri-county area with the following regional sites:
- North Oakland County: Clarkston Center
- South Oakland County: Farmington Hills
- Northeast Macomb County: Clinton Township Center
- Southwest Macomb County: Center Line Center
- Wayne County: Livonia Center