Mental Health Professionals
Learn to Thrive not Simply Survive
A nonprofit corporation and independent licensee
of the Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association.
We are proud members/participants of:
Educational Resources for Wellness and Recovery
Psychologists and Counselors serving the Tri-County Area, MI
American Psychiatric Publishing, Inc. - Psychiatric News
American Psychological Association - Psychology Online
Anxiety Disorder Association  - www.adaa.org
Beyonddivorce@kensingtonchurch.org
Encyclopedia of Psychology
Hanover College - Psychology Tutorials and Demonstrations
HippoCampus - Homework & Study Help - Free help with
Psychology  
Marky Lloyd's Careers in Psychology Page
www.a4pt.org - Association for Play Therapy
www.bulemia.com
www.books4selfhelp.com/health-wellness.htm – search self-help books,
read reviews and information regarding the author, or check out the best
seller list  
www.gurzebooks.com
www.harmreduction.org
www.help4adhd.org/ - National Resource Center on AD/HD:
www.helpguide.org – “understand, prevent and resolve life’s challenges”
www.how-to-meditate.org – information, techniques, downloads
http://lgbthealth.healthcommunities.com/ - lgbt health channel
www.mayoclinic.com  
www.nami.org - National Alliance on Mental Illness:
www.nimh.nih.gov - National Institution of Mental Health
www.somethingfishy.com
stress.about.com – causes, effects, management of stress  
www.shrinkyourself.com Binge, emotional eating
www.thedietchannel.com  
www.wellness.com – share, not sell, information relating to health and
wellness  
The outpatient treatment program offers education on wellness and recovery. This may
include relevant education about the person's disability/disorder or concern, family
interactions, relationships, or living skills.

The outpatient treatment program offers or refers to a variety of services, based on the
needs of the person served.
Additional links:
Knowledge  = EMPOWERMENT
Overcoming Opioid Dependence
Here to Help-Supporting you through Treatment TM  helps patients locate qualified service providers,
including physicians and counselors  in their area.  They also provide assistance in the form of a live
“care coach” who provides 8 personalized calls during the first 12 weeks of treatment to ensure treatment
success.  They also provide access to a comprehensive educational website and weekly email support
through the first 26 weeks of treatment.    Please see their website:
www.HereToHelpProgram.com  or call
866-972-HERE (4373)
Local Office: 586-997-3153
Toll Free: 877-321-WENT  /  Fax: 586-997-4956

Address: 11111 Hall Road - Suite 303
Utica, Michigan 48317  (West of Lakeside Mall)
(between Van Dyke and the Van Dyke Expressway)