Mental Health Counseling

Mental Health Services assists each participant in identifying and processing through the traumas and triggers that create real life issues.

Life and Social Skills Development

Life Skills and Social Skills must be developed to assist on diverse ways across the landscape of the broader community,  

Mentoring and Aftercare

Each participant is assigned a "Mentor Match" that provides ongoing contact and support, partnering to support them through advocacy and accountability.


Parental and Family Assistance

Community Mentorship



Grand Rapids Alternative Corrections Experience

The GRACE Program is committed to serve the Pre-At-and Post Risk Population  

The Goal is to provide diversion and rehabilitation in a manner that promotes acceptance of responsibility and builds accountability.

The program is inclusive of Mental Health services that begins with a mental health assessment.

The youth is then assigned a Mentor Match that has contact several times a week to increase regimented disciplines and follow up. 


Graphic Arts Printing Entrepreneurship

GAPE is a Vocational Training program that teaches real skills, that allow participants to advance through modules that are inclusive of:

  • Employability skills training
  • Graphic design
  • Printing various forms
  • E-Commerce 

The Goal is to Provide Real Skills, Taught in Real Time, For Real Advancement Opportunities.


Farm Animals
for Rehabilitation and Mentoring

The FARM Program identifies and enhances life skills such as responsibility, empathy, teamwork, and communication through animal care and farming activities

   - Workshops and interactive sessions focusing on personal development and positive behavior reinforcement.

Youth learn about:

  • Sustainable agriculture 
  • Organic farming, and 
  • Animal husbandry


Single Mothers Support and Training Program

Single mother support is crucial to the advancement of the child.

Project NOAH Serves the:

  • Parental
  • Educational, and
  • Vocational

Social Skillsets of the mother for lifelong learning and sustainability 


Our Mental and Behavioral health practitioners use the CAFAS to provide a comprehensive assessment, track outcomes and inform decisions about treatment and level of care.

- Generates outcome indicators and clinical markers honed by years of research, which greatly assists with interpretation 

- Shows current status and compares scores over time on “real time” dashboard

- Allows us to access actionable tools in our hands to figure out “what’s going on right now?”…not “what went on last year?”

- The Cafas Tool generates automated assessment report and family “take home” reports

- Guides rapid development of an outcomes-driven treatment plan also    known as the PIP Personal Improvement Plan

- Aggregated reports for program evaluation and quality assurance

- Integrated export tool makes it easy to send data to funding sources

- Webservice interface eliminates duplicate entry

Contact us

Telephone: (616) 241-6303 / (313) 686-9172 


Address: P.O. Box 1089, Grand Rapids, MI 49501

510 MLK Jr. St., Grand Rapids, MI 49507

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