Assured Family Services was founded in 1993. Assured Family Services was founded as a collaborative of child welfare and juvenile justice agencies focused on better services and better continuity of care for Michigan’s children and families under court jurisdiction. In Wayne County we became known as the Wayne County Juvenile Justice Assessment Center when we were contracted for coordination of juvenile youth from Wayne County. Our services grew in the juvenile justice area where we combined the best expertise in juvenile justice, behavioral health, utilization review, and community services. We led in the formation of a culturally competent network of providers and created a visionary new approach to reclaiming youths and families, making communities safer and managing dollars better. This expanded to child welfare children and families, prevention, at risk and diversion services in 2003. Every aspect of our services was to assure timely accurate assessment, access to appropriate services and levels of care and partner with colleagues to assure better treatment for each family and youth.
In response to changes in the many systems affecting youth and families, Assured Family Services became a Wayne County Community Mental Health credentialed Children’s Service agency in 2007. Since that time we have been able to provide broader and more useful services to all families and youth with in-home behavioral treatment under our CHOICES services.
In 2013, we partnered with many area schools to provide assessments to students and parents in order to help families and school authorities identify and manage the unique needs of what has been, until now, a very challenging school population.
You or your family member can call us at 313-896-1444 to request services. We offer timely appointments and skilled clinicians to meet your specific needs.
- Medication Review
- Psychological Services
- Drug Screening and Assessment
WE PROMISE TO
- Serve all people
- Offer discounted fees for patients that qualify
- Not deny services based on a person’s:
- National Origin
- Sexual Orientation
- Inability to Pay
- We accept insurance, including:
- Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP)