COPE is the
single point of
access to coordinated behavioral health crisis care in Wayne County.
crisis screening, treatment and
disposition services to adults experiencing a
mental health crisis.
365 days per
year, COPE works closely with community hospitals, police and other
emergency personnel to ensure rapid access, a comprehensive evaluation and
a highly individualized treatment recommendation, all within a safe and
compassionate setting. Every effort is made to ensure the least restrictive
discharge level of care by coordinating community support services (family,
friends, and professionals) prior to discharge.
The goal of
COPE is to rapidly stabilize those in psychiatric crisis in a
collaborative manner and to ensure safe and appropriate dispositions. We
believe that people seeking help for mental illness or substance use
disorders should be encouraged and supported. We strive to empower
individuals to discover hope, to recognize
that recovery is possible and to fully engage as a partner in treatment.
information about COPE, please visit
COPE Crisis Stabilization Unit
33505 Schoolcraft, Livonia, Michigan 48150
Crisis Stabilization Unit (CSU) is the base of operations for
COPE and provides the services required of a certified mobile crisis
program. The CSU also offers walk-in crisis services 24 hours a
day/365 days a year. Services available from the CSU include:
24-Hour Walk-In Crisis
evaluation process (nursing, psychiatry, and social services)
Coordination of care
with community providers
Time-limited, safe and monitored location for
persons awaiting access to community services
Hegira Programs accepts most managed care and
insurance programs, including Medicaid, Healthy Michigan and Medicare.
Persons meeting residency and income restrictions may be eligible for
funding provided by the Detroit-Wayne
Mental Health Authority. Major credit cards are accepted.