Resources for Wellness
Gryphon Place is based out of Kalamazoo. They offer several suicide prevention resources, including the 24/7 helpline, The Gatekeeper Program, and a survivors of suicide loss support group. Gryphon Place is part of the statewide 2-1-1 information and referral system, which connects people to a variety of resources, including housing or utility payment assistance.
Pine Rest offers an extensive amount of services and supports. Their offices and clinics can be found throughout Southwest Michigan and Traverse City. For a list of locations and to see their available services and supports, visit their website.
The centers, one in Kalamazoo and one in Grand Rapids, provide practical training opportunities for graduate students by offering affordable mental health services to residents of southwestern Michigan. Master's and doctoral degree students affiliated with the department provide professional counseling and psychological services at the centers. Graduate student counselors are supervised by faculty members who are professional counselors or psychologists. Individual counseling for persons experiencing personal, educational, or vocational concerns is the primary service offered by the staff throughout the year. Other services such as marital and family therapy, group counseling and psychological assessment are offered periodically. When problems presented are not within the staff's scope of practice, appropriate referral sources are identified for clients.
Cooking for Comfort is a food truck based out of Grand Rapids, MI. They offer a delicious and comforting menu of food along with promoting mental wellness.
ISK provides a welcoming and diverse community partnership which collaborates and shares effective resources that support individuals and families to be successful through all phases of life.
Disability Network of Southwest Michigan offers support and services for people with disabilities and their families. They serve people in Barry, Berrien, Branch, Calhoun, Cass, Kalamazoo, St. Joseph & Van Buren Counties. Their goal is to help foster a community where people with disabilities are able to participate fully in everyday life with equal opportunities and self-determination. Whether someone has a physical, psychiatric, neurological, or sensory disabilities, they believe they should be able to thrive and grow at home, in the workplace, and in their community.
Is a statewide network of vocational rehabilitation (VR) professionals developing creative, customized solutions that meet the needs of individuals and business. They deliver individualized services that assist potential employees with differing abilities to prepare for, pursue and retain careers. They partner with business in employee development, business consulting and corporate relations.
If you are looking for support or services and can't find what you're looking for, please contact us and we will do our best to help you find the appropriate supports.