Youth and Family Services

Summit Pointe provides a wide scope of quality services for youth and families. They range from therapy-based programs for the individual child to non-therapeutic programs that engage the whole family.

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Intensive Crisis Stabilization

The Summit Pointe ICS Team will be providing mobile crisis stabilization services to all children/youth, ages 0-21, who reside in Calhoun County. All insurances accepted.

The Summit Pointe ICS team provides an on-site intervention with the identified child/youth and their support system. This support can happen anywhere within Calhoun County; including home, school, or other community space.

The team’s main focus will be to help assess the crisis, utilize de-escalation techniques, and utilize the person-centered planning process. ICS will ensure family driven and youth-guided planning to help determine long-term care.

First Step 24 Hr Crisis Center

No need to call or set up an appointment. If you are in need of mental health and/or substance use services, come visit us at our new location at: 175 College St. in Battle Creek.

  • All Ages Welcome
  • All Insurance Welcome No Insurance Required
  • Interpretation Services Available
  • Mental Health and Substance Use Services

24 Hr Crisis Hotline 1.800.632.5449

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Therapeutic Home

Summit Pointe’s Therapeutic Home program is an intensive treatment program for teens who are struggling with their current home environment. The program places the teen in a therapeutic treatment home with a licensed treatment provider while the teen and their permanent caregivers receive therapy, both individually and as a family. The goal is to complete the program in 6-9 months and reunite the teen with their permanent family with both sides having the tools to successfully keep working through their issues.

Contact

Eric Worley
Therapeutic Home Recruiter/Trainer
Summit Pointe
Cell: 269-966-1460
EWorley@SummitPointe.org

Peer Supports

Peer Supports and Mentors offer encouragement and the benefits of their lived experience. They are people with either a mental illness or developmental disability who have learned successful life strategies through their own experiences.

Peer Supports and Mentors know that being a self-advocate starts with self-determination. They know the benefits of living independently. In addition, they understand how to be part of the community and navigate housing, education, benefits, transportation and entitlements. Peer Supports and Peer Mentors involve friends and family as determined by the individuals they support.

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Summit Pointe youth outpatient room

Outpatient Therapy

Outpatient Therapy services are designed to help you triumph over personal concerns, life stress and unresolved issues. Personal counseling offers a chance to talk over what is on your mind with a professional who can help you learn new skills and ways of looking at situations so that you will be more capable of resolving these issues. Learn more about our caring professionals, their specialties, and their approach in helping you achieve a higher quality of life.

For more information, Call (269) 966-1460.

Substance Use Disorder

The addiction professionals at Summit Pointe are aware of the complexity involved in treating substance use disorder and we are committed to helping people win the battle over addiction.

If you, a family member or friend needs help overcoming substance use disorder, please call the professionals at Summit Pointe, (269) 966-1460.

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Wraparound

Wraparound is a planning process used when children and families need a higher level of support to achieve their goals and when the child is at risk of not being able to stay at home or in the community. The Wraparound process starts with the Wraparound facilitator bringing together the child, his or her family and other people the family wants to involve – for example, a special education teacher or a foster care worker. The Wraparound team identifies the child and family’s strengths and needs and decides how to help them meet their goals. The Wraparound team meets at least once a month to make sure all parts of the plan are going well and to adjust the plan if needed. Wraparound usually lasts several months to a year based on the progress in meeting the goals. When it is time to finish the Wraparound process, the team will figure out what service providers will continue to work with the family – for example outpatient counseling, Community Living Supports (CLS) and psychotropic medication follow-up.

Homebased

Home-Based services are more flexible because the services occur in the home and community and can be scheduled more often than is usually true of outpatient counseling. Sometimes Home-Based services are recommended when a child and family have more intensive needs and services are focused on both the child and the family. The goals for Home-Based services, how often sessions are scheduled and what approaches will be used are decided together by the child, family and Home-Based worker. Home-Based services are designed to support the child to remain in their family home. Home-Based services also may be used when children and families who have been separated are working on being reunified.

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Psychiatric Services

Summit Pointe offers psychiatric and medical services to support customers on their path to recovery. Our team of psychiatrists and mid-level practitioners will work with you and your family to find the best approach to wellness and recovery including education,  expert opinion on how to best use medication therapies in cooperation with your treatment  and care coordination for your physical health. The team will evaluate your needs and service availability, and develop a plan with your input on how to best achieve your and your family’s goals.