New Oakland Family Centers has been serving the needs of adults, teens and children since 1991. The FACE to FACE Partial Hospitalization Program began in 1994 and provides an effective and proven alternative to hospitalization for individuals during and after a mental health crisis.
The focus at New Oakland is on active, preventive, and early intervention approaches for the adults, teens and adolescents we serve. We emphasize a whole-person and whole-family approach and strive to identify, understand and address the many underlying factors involved in treating mental health concerns.
The professional staff at New Oakland Family Centers treat a wide range of emotional, family, stress related challenges, substance abuse and serious mental illness. Our interdisciplinary team consists of child, adolescent and adult psychiatrists, psychologists, masters-level social workers, clinical nurse specialists, professional counselors, educational, testing and other support staff working together as a team to provide quality care.
New Oakland’s core programming model is a mental health day program known as FACE to FACE, a five- to seven-day crisis intervention program that helps adults, children, teens and families through some of the most challenging mental health an individual or family will experience.
Presently, New Oakland has multiple locations serving southeast Michigan — such as Center Line, Clarkston, Clinton Township, Farmington Hills, Flint, Grand Rapids, Livonia, Okemos, Port Huron, Southgate and Warren — all offering a spectrum of mental health services from traditional outpatient care to more intensive services to meet the needs of individuals and families for timely, high-quality mental health care . . . the right care, at the right time.