Looking for a specific program? Select a letter below to view an alphabetical list of our programs and services. From adoption to substance use assessments information, you will find exactly what you need to address any issue.
children + families
When a child or youth faces mental health or other challenges, it can impact many parts of his or her life— from school performance to behavior at home and in the community. Our team works alongside families as they face these challenges, often providing support individually and to the family as a whole.
Our counseling services guide individuals as they adapt and navigate their next steps toward greater well-being. Our team of highly-trained therapists can help individuals deal with a variety of concerns, including depression, anxiety, substance use, stress, anger, grief and loss, trauma, family relationship issues and more. Learn about our qualified team of therapists here.
When parents discover more strengths and skills to nurture their families, their children grow and thrive. Our Early Childhood services team partners with parents to build their skills, help them bond with their children, and create a sense of security in their family.
foster care + adoption
At any given time, approximately 12,000 children in Michigan are in foster care. Our dedicated Child Welfare team works to prevent child abuse and neglect in our community, as well as advocate for children in need.
prevention + advocacy
We work with a variety of coalitions and community partners in order to best serve those in need. Our Prevention and Advocacy team increases awareness on issues surrounding mental health, substance use, and family services by regularly presenting to professionals and community groups.
Recovery from alcohol and drug addiction is a lifelong journey that we support every step of the way. Services include advocacy, individual and family therapy, peer support, crisis intervention, and case management services. Pregnant and parenting women are a priority for admission to treatment services.
The Bridge of Arbor Circle is a safe shelter program for youth, ages 10-17, who are facing homelessness or considering running away. In the middle of crisis, The Bridge offers youth a stable and accessible place to stay. It is located in Grand Rapids and is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and 365 days a year.
total trek quest
An afterschool program for male-identifying children in grades 3-5, Total Trek Quest combines the physical activity of training for a 5k run with a curriculum that focuses on learning to set goals, building strong relationships, and making healthy choices.
youth services + programs
Strong relationships are at the core of our youth services. We help youth discover and make the most of their abilities for successful living. Our work includes a variety of services for youth who are runaway, homeless, or otherwise without safe shelter.