ACE - A Collaborative Effort
Oakland County, MichiganCommunity CorrectionsACE - A Collaborative Effort

ACE - A Collaborative Effort

Sentenced - Felony - Misdemeanors

Program Information

The ACE program is designed to provide "one-stop shopping" treatment approach for dually diagnosed offenders, which are traditionally a noncompliant population. The program operates out of two outpatient sites, Eastwood Clinics in Royal Oak and The Counseling Center in Bloomfield Hills. ACE provides group and individual substance abuse counseling, mental health counseling, case management and psychiatric evaluation and medication, if needed. Services are provided by staff from both Oakland County Community Mental Health and the Health Division/Office of Substance Abuse.
EligibilityAny felony or misdemeanor offender involved in the criminal justice system with substance abuse or mental health diagnosis
Charge Appropriateness

Offender appropriateness in the program will be decided on an individual basis based on level of care, diagnosis, etc.


Payment for services will determined by offender insurance, Medicaid/Medicare, and client ability to pay

ReferralsReferrals can be made to ACE by calling one of the following sites during normal business hours:

Eastwood Clinics        248-288-9333
Counseling Center      248-338-2988