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Crisis Residential Services - Westland 1

1900 Martin Street, Westland, Michigan 48185

 (734) 326-7104


Hegira Programs Crisis Residential program is for adults 18 years and older with mental illness and or mental illness with co-occurring substance abuse disorder. The Crisis Residential program offers intensive, individualized multidisciplinary treatment services in  the comfort of a home-like setting.

HPI's Crisis Residential staff includes psychiatrists, nurses, social work, a Certified Peer Support Specialists, and trained Direct Care Workers. Staff is trained in the evaluation and treatment of persons with mental illness and substance use disorder. HPI's Crisis Residential program is Medicaid Certified.

  • Health Assessment
  • Psychosocial and Substance Use History
  • Multidisciplinary Evaluation (Nursing, Psychiatry and Social Work) and Intervention
  • Medication Monitoring
  • 24-hour Direct Care Worker Support
  • Individualized, person centered service plan
  • Daily Individual and Group Treatment
  • Peer Support Services
  • Laboratory Testing as needed
  • Aftercare Planning and Community Coordination/Linkage

Crisis Residential is ideal for adults who:

  • Need psychological, psychiatric, medical and or social support to avert an acute care inpatient psychiatric admission: OR
  • Have recently been discharged from an acute care inpatient setting and require short-term intensive community integration assistance or continue 24-hour medication monitoring or adjusting: AND/OR
  • Have co-occurring disorders and respond more positively in a smaller, more intimate treatment setting.

Daily Services Include:

  • Individual Counseling
  • Nursing Services
  • Medication Administration
  • Psycho-Education Group
  • Family Counseling (as needed)
  • Supportive Group Counseling
  • Psychiatric Services (as needed)
  • Coordination with other healthcare providers (as needed)
Payment Terms

Hegira Programs accepts most managed care and insurance programs, including Medicaid and Medicare. Persons meeting residency and income restrictions may be eligible for funding provided by SEMCA, Washtenaw County, and the CareLink Network, a Managed Comprehensive Provider Network of the Detroit-Wayne County Community Mental Health Agency. Major credit cards are accepted.