Meet our Lansing team

Get in touch with the NAVIGATE program in Lansing to find out if our services are a fit for you or someone in your life. We’re here to help.

NAVIGATE SERVICES

A holistic approach focused on individual goals

The NAVIGATE program offers tailored support services across multiple areas of focus, so we can help you achieve the things that matter most to you — whether that means assistance with school or work, improving relationships, or getting back to feeling like your best self. Depending on your unique needs, goals and preferences, our services may include:

  • Individual Resiliency Training: therapy focused on identifying strengths, healing from difficult experiences, and learning new coping skills
  • Peer Support & Family Peer Support
  • Education and guidance for the whole family & support network
  • Support with educational and/or career goals
  • Medication management as needed
  • Substance use treatment as needed

OUR TEAM MEMBERS ARE HERE FOR YOU

NAVIGATE allows me to support young people in their short-term or long-term goals around work and school. Watching them on their journey toward fulfilling their passions brings so much light and joy into this work.

– Jackie, Supported Employment and Education Specialist

OUR TEAM MEMBERS ARE HERE FOR YOU

I hope to offer safety and comfort and space for people to express themselves without fear of being judged.

– Elizabeth, Individual Resiliency Therapist

OUR TEAM MEMBERS ARE HERE FOR YOU

Our program supports young people in realizing their gifts and chasing their hopes and dreams. It fills my cup getting to know extraordinary young people and their families.

– Cathy, Project Director

GET IN TOUCH

Location

  • NAVIGATE program at Community Mental Health Authority of Clinton, Eaton, and Ingham Counties (CMHA-CEI)
  • 838 Louisa St, Ste D, Lansing, MI 48911

Phone

  • Contact for services (appointments 8am-5pm EST)
  • NAVIGATE Project Director, Cathy Adams at 517-237-7304 or adamsc@ceicmh.org
  • 24/7 crisis support for Lansing: 517-346-8460

Website

need help now?

Our website is not a resource for life-threatening situations and is not monitored 24/7.
But there are many wonderful people standing by to support you:

  • Text or call National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 988
  • Text “home” to Crisis Text Line at 741-741
  • Teens supporting teens via text/phone/email: Check out Teenline (not 24/7)

For more information on seeking support for a variety of mental health concerns, visit
Strong365 Community. Often, a first step is reach out to a parent or someone you trust.
Here are some tips on how to start a conversation.

HAVE QUESTIONS? REACH OUT

Do you have questions or concerns about yourself or someone you know? Drop us a line, and a Michigan care team member will respond within 2 business days.

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for young people and caregivers navigating psychosis.

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