To learn more about our programs or connect with our crisis line:

Upper Peninsula Programs

24/7 Crisis Line

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 Available 24/7/365 by phone call, text message, or online chat; walk-in services also available during business hours 

Safety Net Program

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 Follow-up support for people dealing with suicidal thoughts, loss of a loved one to suicide, complex crisis, or addiction

Coalition Support

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 Assisting Communities That Care prevention coalitions across the UP to create safer, healthier communities

Brochures

Safety Net Program Brochure (pdf)

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Mobile Response Team Brochure (pdf)

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Youth One-Stop Brochure (pdf)

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Copper Country Programs

In-School Prevention

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Evidence-based prevention classes for students in Baraga, Houghton, and Ontonagon Counties

Youth Services

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 Specialized services for risk dealing with mental health, substance use, or other issues; includes crisis intervention, referrals, follow-up, family support, and counseling (as needed)

Family Support

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In-home and other support for families, particularly families of at-risk youth

Victim Services

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Supports for victims of any crime in Baraga, Houghton, Keweenaw, and Ontonagon Counties, including emergency response, courtroom accompaniment and counseling

Substance Use Disorder

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 Outpatient treatment counseling and drug/alcohol assessments for those in Baraga, Houghton, Keweenaw, and Ontonangon Counties

Education & Training

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Alcohol Highway Safety, Anger Management, Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST), Crisis Support 101, and Nonviolent Relationship Process

Communities That Care

Communities That Care (also known as CTC) is an evidence-based prevention model that helps lower rates of youth substance use, delinquency, depression, and more.  


All community members are welcome to participate. A few hours of your time a month can truly make an impact--because research show that CTC WORKS! Together we can create healthier, safer communities where our young people can thrive. 


Funded by NorthCare Network.

Houghton/Keweenaw CTC

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Founded in 2016. Coordinated by Heather Saari, BA. 


Website | Facebook | Instagram

Baraga County CTC

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Founded in 2014. Currently hiring for a Coordinator. 


Website | Facebook

Safely Dispose of Prescription Drugs

You can make a difference in the opioid crisis

 Drop off your leftover or expired prescription drugs at a designated location.


This is especially important if youth live in or visit your home!


Brought to you in partnership with UP Coalition Network. Find disposal sites here.

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Downloads

DH Comprehensive List of Programs (pdf)

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