Our building is closed to walk-ins due to the Coronavirus outbreak
You don't have to suffer alone -- our Crisis Specialists are available any time to assist you with:
- Identifying the issues you most need help with
- Developing a plan to cope or stay safe
- Connection to resources in the community
Reach out by phone at 906-482-HELP or 800-562-7622, text message at 35NEEDS (906-356-3337) or click here to chat online.
This program offers follow-up support by phone call or text message for people dealing with suicide risk or loss, addiction, or complex crisis.
Follow up includes:
- Emotional support
- On-going assessment of mood and potential suicide risk or relapse
- Assistance with safety planning
- Connection to resources to overcome barriers
If you would like to sign up for the Safety Net Program, click here.
If you're a provider with a client who has consented to enroll in the program, click here.
Struggling with finding help with your addiction? Dial Help offers Peer Recovery Coaching services for free for members of Keweenaw, Houghton, Baraga and Ontonagon counties.
A peer recovery coach brings the lived experience of recovery to assist others seeking & maintaining recovery, and helping to enhance the quality of personal life long term.
Specialized services for risk dealing with mental health, substance use, or other issues; includes crisis intervention, referrals, follow-up, family support, and counseling
Supports for victims of any crime in Baraga, Houghton, Keweenaw, and Ontonagon Counties, including emergency response, courtroom accompaniment and counseling
Peer recovery coaching, outpatient treatment counseling, and drug/alcohol assessments for those in Baraga, Houghton, Keweenaw, and Ontonangon Counties
Evidence-based prevention classes for students in Baraga, Houghton, and Ontonagon Counties
Working to assist families in reaching healthy outcomes for parents and youth in Baraga, Houghton, and Keweenaw Counties
Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST), and Crisis Support 101. Available across the UP by request.
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. Dial Help staff coordinate the Houghton/Keweenaw CTC, and also support UPCTC, the umbrella organization of the CTCs across the Upper Peninsula.
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.
CLICK HERE to find Houghton/Keweenaw CTC's website.
CLICK HERE for the UP CTC website.
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 CTC. CLICK HERE to find disposal sites.