317 Everett L. Marshall Building
Ypsilanti, MI 48197
Family and Children's Services
Family and Children's Services trains you to work in community prevention programs, child and family interventions, protective service, foster care, adoptions, teen pregnancy and parenting programs, youth residential facilities, domestic violence prevention, homeless shelters, and family court settings.
Mental Illness and Chemical Dependency
MI/CD Rehabilitation Services prepares you to work in community mental health services, residential treatment services, psychosocial rehabilitation, substance abuse treatment programs, group homes, consumer run programs and clubhouses, advocacy groups and family support services.
Services to the Aging
Services to the Aging concentrates on serving the needs of older persons in area agencies that deal with aging senior centers, adult day-care programs, home-based services, health care settings, protective services, Alzheimer's programs, nursing homes and caregiver support programs.
The specialized course work plans in each area will provide you with the advanced practice skills to meet effectively the needs of families and children living in poverty, individuals and families who are affected by severe and persistent mental illness and/or chemical dependency, and older persons experiencing problems related to aging.
The program is accredited by the Council on Social Work Education.