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Court Services

Livonia Counseling Center Court Program

The Court Program at Livonia Counseling Center is designed to provide assessment, education and treatment services  and education to persons who have been involved in the criminal justice system or those could benefit from an educational group experience. 

 

Ideal for adults who have behavioral health or alcohol/drug related violations, including:

  • Drunk Driving

  • Drug/Paraphernalia Possession

  • Drug Sales

  • Retail Fraud

  • Indecent Exposure

  • Disorderly Conduct

  • Other Assault and/or Battery

 

The professional staff of Livonia Counseling Center are experienced in assessment, education, legal proceedings and referral. We ensure that the needs of the individual, community and courts are met. 

 

The following services are available:

  • Alcohol and Other Drug Assessment (AODA)

  • Driver's License Appeal Division Assessment (DLAD)

  • Substance Abuse Professional (SAP) Evaluations

  • Indecent Exposure Evaluations

  • Education Groups

  • Random Drug Screening

 

Participation in education groups includes: initial individual assessment, an exit interview along with random drug screening. Groups vary in duration and are offered in the evening and in weekends. Progress reports are sent to referral sources at intake, throughout treatment and at discharge. For more information on the Court Program, please contact Livonia Counseling Center at (734) 744-0170.

Mental Health Court

Mental Health Court (MHC) combines judicial supervision with community-based mental health services and other supports to help adults meet both legal obligations and improve their quality of life. Hegira Programs, Inc. is the contracted Care Manager for the 29th District Court MHC. Our role is to assess, coordinate access to community services, follow progress and report back to the Court. HHI's MHC staff consists of master's level clinicians who are experienced in assessment, education, legal proceedings and referral. Participation in Mental Health Court is voluntary. Participants may choose to establish a treatment relationship with any provider in the community who can demonstrate the ability to meet their needs.

 

Eligibility

  • Wayne County resident

  • 18 or older

  • In all cases, the Prosecuting Attorney must agree to the Defendant's admission to Mental Health Court.  For more information on Mental Health Court, please contact Hegira Adult Outpatient Services at (734) 742-0605 

  • Have a diagnosis of serious mental illness, co-occurring mental and substance use disorders and/or developmental disability

  • Be charged with a misdemeanor, ordinance violation, or felony reduced to a misdemeanor

  • Agree to complete all recommended treatment

 

In all cases, the Prosecuting Attorney must agree to the Defendant's admission to Mental Health Court.  For more information on Mental Health Court, please contact Hegira Adult Outpatient Services at (734) 742-0605.

Sobriety Court

Sobriety Court is a collaborative effort with the 18th District Court to provide an intensive, comprehensive supervision program to individuals with multiple drinking and driving convictions and a desire to change. The program provides supervision and guidance that helps participants to establish and maintain a sober lifestyle. HHI's Court staff consists of master's level clinicians who are experienced in assessment, education, legal proceedings and referral. Participation in Sobriety Court is voluntary.

 

Eligibility

  • Wayne County resident

  • Multiple Drinking and Driving Offenses

  • Have a diagnosis of Alcohol Dependence

  • No prior violent felony convictions

  • No current probation status

  • Desire and motivation for a sober life

 

The program can be completed in 15 months, but may last up to 24 months. For more information on Sobriety Court, please contact Hegira Adult Outpatient Services at (734) 742-0605

Referrals

Referrals are accepted from courts, attorneys, employers and individuals.

Insurance & Payment

HHI's Court Program services are not reimbursable by medical insurance. All fees and payment methods are discussed with clients prior to program participation. Most major credit cards are accepted.