HERON RIDGE ASSOCIATES
Experienced And Trusted Professionals
Welcome to Heron Ridge, a group of Michigan mental health and chemical dependency facilities located in Oakland, Wayne and Washtenaw Counties. We provide a private and supportive environment wherein you and your family will receive the support and insight necessary to resolve the problems affecting many families today.
Each member of our professional Staff is licensed in the State of Michigan and has many years of experience in the field of psychotherapy.
All programs accredited by CARF. See Services page for details.
- Eating Disorder Treatment
- Marriage And Family Counseling
- Anxiety and Depression Treatment
- Teen Counseling
- Depression Treatment
- Psychological Testing And Evaluations
Caring and Confidential…
Therapists, counselors and psychiatrists for you or a family member
Trusted since 2001
1785 West Stadium Blvd, Suite 203C
Ann Arbor, MI 48103
Phone: (734) 913-1093
Fax: (734) 369-2683
Ann Arbor Staff Specialties
31000 Telegraph Road, Suite 120
Bingham Farms, MI 48025
Phone: (248) 594-4991
Fax: (248) 594-4992
Bingham Farms Staff Specialties
3694 Clarkston Road, Suite D
Clarkston, MI 48348
Phone: (248) 693-8880
Fax: (248) 693-8457
Clarkston Staff Specialties
Both Individual and Group Counseling
Intensive Outpatient Programs (IOP)
Heron Ridge Associates works with patients of all ages, as well as couples, families, and groups. At our counseling center, you will be treated with the respect and support you need to get through life’s toughest obstacles. We offer a variety of counseling services, including grief counseling, depression therapy and much more. Call (734) 454-3560 today for yourself, a friend or family member.
WHY CHOOSE US
Highly referred clinics with counselors who remain loyal to Heron Ridge Associates until retirement.
Come see why our counseling centers are referred to by U of M, local hospitals and schools, other establishments and churches.
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