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Your Health.  Our Mission.

Mission
Northeast Guidance Center is committed to the health of children, adults and families by providing innovative community-based services through behavioral and primary healthcare.

Vision
to be leaders in building strong communities where people are mentally, emotionally and physically healthy

Values

  • Recovery, resiliency, self-determination, self-management
  • Responsible to community needs and an advocate for community support
  • Behavioral health awareness and family education
  • Focus on preventive health, anti-stigma, wellness and stabilization
  • Timely, caring, consumer-driven services

Diversity & Inclusion
Northeast Guidance Center actively works to foster an inclusive environment that recognizes the value and contributions of all persons regardless of race, ethnicity, national origin, gender, religion, age, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity or disability.

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Kruize4Kids
Kruize4KidsAugust 11, 2016, 5:30-9:30 p.m., Jefferson Beach Marina, St. Clair Shores

This year proceeds from Kruize4Kids will support our Mack-Ashland II residents. With the help of Humble Design, a non-profit that collects and repurposes donations of furniture and household items for the homeless, we will again furnish “happy, humble homes” for families on Detroit’s east side. Please consider making a donation now.

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Kruize4Kids is August 11th! Call 313-308-1416 to get your boarding pass. Your $150 ticket will help Humble Design furnish homes for kids who have never had their own bed. ... See MoreSee Less

Detroit Metro Council of Senior Citizens Christmas Party

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Congratulations, Steven, on being one of the recipients of the George Gaines & Roberta Sanders Fund for Community Inclusion grant! Steven is a member of the Motor City Clubhouse, participates in the WISE Decision exercise class, organizes the Clubhouse Book Club and manages the Canteen on Wheels. He will be recognized by the DWMHA Board of Directors and plans to purchase more books, bookshelves and a comfortable reading chair. NEGC is proud of your accomplishment! ... See MoreSee Less

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Today, the House of Representatives is expected to begin debate and consideration of the Helping Families in Mental Health Crisis Act (H.R. 2646). Please take two minutes and ask your Representative to vote "Yes" on H.R. 2646 - the Helping Families in Mental Health Crisis Act. With your support, we can help pass the first standalone mental health bill in years. #1in1m #MHFA ... See MoreSee Less

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Art Van Charity Challenge Thank you for supporting our crowdfunder to help furnish humble homes for low-income adults, children and families moving into Mack-Ashland II townhomes. NEGC is partnering with Humble Design, a non-profit that repurposes furniture donations (www.humbledesign.org). Click here http://bit.ly/24ka3Ai to watch the Art Van Charity Challenge video and read our story. Our signature fundraiser Kruize4Kids is also raising funds to furnish homes for people who have never had a home or beds for their children. We appreciate your donations.

GROUNDBREAKING CEREMONY President & CEO Sherry McRill of Northeast Guidance Center & President & CEO John VanCamp of Southwest Solutions hosted a groundbreaking ceremony with board members, stakeholders and neighborhood residents on June 16th for Mack-Ashland Phase II that will add twenty-eight low-income, affordable townhomes on Detroit’s eastside. This project is building a community one family at a time. Learn more>