Circuit Court – Probation DIRECTORY OF PROGRAMS

DIRECTORY OF PROGRAMS

 

IONIA COUNTY

 

Ionia CCAB

133 Adams Street

Ionia, MI  48846

 

Phone:

(616) 527-8236

Fax:

(616) 527-9102

Chairperson:  Sheriff Dale Miller

Contact Person:  

 

COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS ADVISORY BOARD FUNDED PROGRAMS

 

Alternative Directions, Inc.

1706 S. Division

Grand Rapids, MI  49507

 

Phone:

(616) 245-4346

Contact Person:  Louis Dean

Fax:

(616) 245-1375

 

Services Provided:  Probation Residential Services

Eligibility Requirements:  Probationer and Community Corrections eligible

Fee:  None

 

Community Corrections Office

133 Adams Street

Ionia, MI 48846

 

Phone:  (616) 527-8236             Contact Person: Melonie Swisher

Fax:       (616) 527-9102

Services Provided:  Community Service and Work Crew

Eligibility Requirements:  PA 511 Target Population

Fee: None

 

Northpoint Counseling

7204 – 143 E. Grand River

Portland, MI 48875

Phone:

(517) 526-4354

Contact Person:  Dennis Mitin

Fax:

(517) 647-5337

 

Services Provided:  IOP Substance Abuse Counseling in the community and in the Ionia County Jail

Eligibility Requirements:  PA 511 Target Population

Fee:  None

 

 

 

Pine Rest Jellema Treatment Center (Men and Women)

243 – 68th Street, SE

Grand Rapids, MI 49548         Contact Person:  Carolyn Avery

 

Phone:  (616) 242-6400

Fax:       (616) 242-9565

Services Provided:  Residential substance abuse counseling for men and women. Individual and group counseling services, GED and employability skills.  Programming is CBT based.

Eligibility Requirements: PA 511 Target Population

Fee: None

 

 

NON-CONTRACTED PROGRAMS

 

AlcoholicsAnonymous                                         Al-Anon/Alateen

Kent County Central Committee                                        

1404 Plainfield Avenue, NE                         World Service, General Info.

Grand Rapids, MI 49525                                          www.al-non.alateen.org

 

Phone: (616) 913-9216 (days)                              Phone: 1-888-425-2666

          (616) 913-9149 (24 hour hotline)                                                                                                                         Contact Person: Receptionist

 

Services Provided: Meetings, social activities, information, and support for individuals and families affected by alcohol problems.

Eligibility Requirements: None

Fee: Donations

 

 

Amazing Miracles, LCC

227 W. Main Street

Ionia, MI  48846

 

Phone:

(616) 527-9373

Contact Person:  Marti L. Lind

Fax:

(616) 527-2826

(888) 877-7720

 

Services Provided:  Mental health counseling, anger management, domestic assault counseling, family, group and individual therapy/counseling, life coping skills, and sexual assault counseling.  Substance abuse treatment, didactic/educational, dual diagnosis, evaluation/assessments, and intensive outpatient counseling.

Eligibility Requirements:  None

Fee:  Varies

 

 

 

Central Area Michigan Works! Consortium

904 Oak Drive/Turk Lake

Greenville, MI  48838

 

Phone:

(616) 754-9315

Contact Person:  Receptionist

Fax:

(616) 754-9310

 

 

Michigan Works Ionia Office

307 W. Adams St.

Ionia, MI 48846

 

Phone: (616) 527-3530           Contact Person: Receptionist

             (800) 649-3777

Fax:    

Services Provided:  Classroom training, on-the-job training, remedial education, job search assistance and support services.  Welfare to Work and food stamp employment and training.  Career preparation programs.

 

JETS Program: (for DHS participants and FOC direct referrals only) Additional job training/ employment seeking assistance.

 

Youth Services (Greenville location): 

Eligibility:  18 – 21 yr. Olds.  Work Force Investment Act Program

Services:  Alternative Education services

Eligibility Requirements:  Must reside in Isabella, Montcalm, Gratiot, or Ionia County.

Fee:  Varies by program.

 

Eight-Cap, Inc.

904 Oak Drive/Turk Lake

Greenville, MI 48838

 

Phone:

(616) 754-9315

Contact Person:  Receptionist

Fax:

(616) 754-9310

 

Services Provided:  Heating cost assistance, home repair assistance for low-income families.

Eligibility Requirements:  Financial need

Fee:  None

 

 

 

Ionia Community Education

434 W. Main

Ionia, MI  48846

 

Phone:

(616) 527-3530

Contact Person:  Receptionist

Fax:

 

 

Services Provided:  Alternative Education

Eligibility Requirements:  Anyone in the Ionia Public School District

Fee:  Call for fee information.

 

Ionia Community Mental Health Services

Belding location:             Ionia Location                   Portland Location

7441 Storey Rd                 375 Appletree Dr                208 Bridge St.

Belding, MI 48809             Ionia, MI 49946                  Portland, MI 48875

 

Phone:  (616) 794-6592   Phone: (616) 527-1790        Phone: (517) 527-1790

CRISIS LINE:

 

(888) 527-1790

 

Contact Person:  Receptionist

 

 

 

Services Provided:  Mental health counseling, including referral to a psychologist and/or psychiatrist.  Referral to other community agencies for treatment of related problems (employment, education, training).

Eligibility Requirements:  Must be an Ionia County resident.

Fee:  Sliding scale

 

Inner Access Therapy Center

112 S. Depot St.

Ionia, MI 48846                                             Contact Person: Receptionist

 

Phone: (616) 527-2619

Fax: 

 

Services Provided:  Mental health counseling

Eligibility Requirements:  None

Fee:  Private insurance, Medicaid accepted

 

 

 

Northpoint Counseling

7204 – 143 E Grand River

Portland, MI 48875

 

Phone:  (517) 526-4354                                Contact Person: Dennis Mitin

Fax:       (517) 647-5337

 

Services Provided: Individual and group outpatient substance abuse counseling, domestic violence counseling, anger management, cannabis awareness classes, MIP Classes

 

Eligibility Requirements: Need

Fee:  Sliding Fee Scale. Some insurances accepted, CMH referrals.

 

 

 

 

Reformers Unanimous Addictions Program

Beth Haven Baptist Church

1158 W. Carson City Road ( M57)

Sheridan, Michigan 48884

 

Phone:

(616) 527-3122

Contact Person:

Mike Avery

Fax:

 

 

 

Services Provided:  Addictions program addressing behavior modification, group and individual counseling; transportation provided.

Eligibility Requirements:  None

Fee:  Donations

 

 

 

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