Leonard Street Counseling Center
Leonard Street Counseling Center strives to meet the unique needs of individuals and their families in Kent County. We serve a very diverse clientele and we respect the uniqueness of each person. We want to help individuals empower themselves to make positive change. Our skilled professionals use current, evidence-based interventions in group therapy, individual therapy, and psychiatric medication management. Our goal is to guide persons with mental health and substance use concerns to achieve recovery and reach their full potential.
Outpatient Counseling Center at Heart of the City Health Center
The Heart of the City Counseling Center provides scientifically validated treatments to ease and heal the emotional pain of depression, anxiety, and much more. The Center focuses on Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy as well as other types of therapy. A wide variety of concerns and conditions can be addressed including substance use and psychiatric disorders, stress or trauma, family and relationship issues, emotional or sexual abuse, and dealing with life’s unexpected challenges. We provide individual and group treatment as well as consultations with psychiatrists for medications.
Maple Health Home
Maple Health Home is a setting where a team of health professionals work together to provide behavioral health care treatment and medical treatment for persons with mental health concerns all in one place. These may be depression, anxiety, bipolar, schizophrenia, and substance use disorders. The goal is to help patients manage their chronic mental and physical health conditions well enough that they do not affect how the patients want to lead their lives. The team works to coordinate all of the treatment services that the individual receives within the community.
The team may include: a psychiatrist, a physician, a nurse, a therapist, a case manager, a peer support specialist, and a medical assistant. Family and other health care workers can also be part of the team.
Eligibility: Any person who is 18 years or older and has a desire to work with mental health professionals to improve their quality of life is eligible for services. If you have questions or would like to work with the Maple Health Home Team, please call 616.965.8253
Nuevo Camino provides short term outpatient counseling for members of the Hispanic Community.The services are provided both at the health center sites as well as in client’s homes. Services include treatment for substance use and co-occurring disorders. Frequency of services is based on client need and varies from weekly to monthly. Nuevo Camino also helps clients work to reclaim their driver’s license, provide relationship counseling, and help connect them to other resources. Recovery support and management services are provided, as well as coordinated care with providers for other health conditions. All services are available in Spanish. Nuevo Camino serves anyone who wants a fresh start, regardless of legal status.