Welcome to A Pathway to Joy

Fostering Community, Compassion, and Change

Community Outreach Programs

Community Outreach Programs are the core of our organization. We’re dedicated to building a stronger, more united community. From education and workshops to health and wellness, we provide essential resources for growth. We celebrate community spirit with events that connect and uplift. 

Yet, it’s your involvement that drives change. Whether you have a few hours to spare or want to be a regular volunteer, your contribution is invaluable. Together, we can make a lasting impact on our community, one outreach program at a time. Join us in creating a brighter future for all.


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Join Us in Making a Difference

Our mission is to empower individuals, unite communities, and create lasting positive change. Your involvement is the driving force behind our success. Whether you volunteer your time, support our initiatives, or become a donor, your contribution matters.

Mental Health Awareness

Promote mental health awareness to reduce stigma and improve overall well-being.

Advocacy for Change

Advocacy for change is essential for creating a more just society.

Compassion and Empathy

Fostering understanding and support in communities.

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New Oakland Family Center offers 24-hour crisis support and stabilization. They can be reached through their 24-hour emergency hotline at (877) 800-1650 or at (800) 395-3223 for non-emergencies. They have multiple locations and more information on their services can be found at newoakland.org

U of M Psychiatric Emengecy Services

The University of Michigan has Psychiatric Emergency Services which offer walk-in evaluation and crisis phone services available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, for people of all ages. Their phone number is (734) 936-5900

Hegira Health COPE

Hegira Health COPE – Adults 18 and up: www.hegirahealth.org

CNS Healthcare

CNS Healthcare: 24/7 on-call response www.cnshealthcare.org

Oakland County Crisis Line: 800-231-1127 

Wayne County Crisis Line: 800-241-4949 

Macomb County Crisis Line: 855-927-4747 

Washtenaw County Residents Crisis Services

Washtenaw County Residents Crisis Services (Any age, for Washtenaw County Residents ONLY, which includes a portion of Northville), Virtual or at client’s location, 24/7 phone services and mobile crisis services are available to any Washtenaw County Resident 


The Guidance Center's Children's Crisis Screening Program

The Guidance Center has a Children’s Screening Program for residents of Wayne County. They can be reached at 734-785-7700 and their website is 



Dial 988 or talk to a trained counselors for emotional support.  You can also call 734-544-3050 for Washtenaw County’s mental health crisis team. 

National Suicide Prevention LifeLine

Call 800-273-TALK (8255) to be immediately connected to support. 

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