Outside of the immediate Rochester University community, our surrounding community also provides a variety of resources and support groups to help students during difficult times.
If you believe that someone is going to harm themself or others, please call 911.
If you believe that someone may become a threat or is in great need, please call Rochester University Security at 248-765-8013 and the Dean of Students at 248-218-2040.
You can reach Rochester University Counseling Services at 248-218-2122.
- Common Ground Sanctuary: 1-800-231-1127
- Macomb Crisis Center Hotline (Macomb County): 586-307-9100
- Veterans Crisis Line: 800-273-8255, press 1
- Haven (domestic abuse & sexual assault): 248-334-1274
- Oakland County Office of Substance Abuse: 248-858-0001
Local Emergency Medical Care:
- Crittenton Hospital (Rochester): 248-652-5311
- Troy Beaumont Hospital: 248-964-5000
- Henry Ford Medical Center: 248-242-2700
- Doctor’s Hospital of Michigan (Pontiac): 248-338-5332
- St. Joseph Mercy Hospital (Pontiac): 248-858-3117
Graham Health Center, University Counseling Center
- The Graham Health Center at Oakland University (provides services to all current OU students and students from neighboring colleges)
Perspectives Counseling Centers
- Services include individual and group therapy for children, adolescents and adults, marriage and family therapy; Christian counseling; testing and assessment; seminars; the E.D.G.E . program; and more.
- Three Locations:
- Troy, MI (248-244-8644)
- Sterling Heights, MI (586-268-6712)
- Novi, MI
Costs & Insurance Coverage
- Most insurance is accepted; office staff of health insurance claims personnel will help to handle and verify your insurance as well as submit claims
- Does not accept Medicaid; does accept Medicare
- If insurance coverage is an issue can work with a supervised graduate-level intern for as low of a fee as $25 or less
- Sliding fee scale available as requested
Oakland Hills Counseling, LLC
- Individual, marriage, and family counseling available
Costs and Insurance Coverage
- Oakland Hills Counseling is not a contracted “in-network” or “preferred provider” with any insurance agency. Upon request, Oakland Hills Counseling will provide counseling service receipts with all required documentation, which you can submit to your insurance provider. To determine if you have mental health coverage, start by contacting your insurance carrier.
- Individual, marriage, group, and parents counseling available
- Rebecca S. Trouse, MA, LPC, NCC (an adjunct faculty member at RU)
Costs and Insurance Coverage
- Aspects Counseling does not directly bill your insurance company but is able to provide you with a statement to submit, if you so desire. Some individuals may be eligible for reduced rates due to their financial situation
Counseling Center for Women
- Staff is committed to helping women identify strengths, facilitate personal growth, and ultimately take control over their lives. Even though the Center focuses primarily on issues concerning women, we also work with men, couples, adolescents and children.
- Address: 71 Walnut, Suite 207, Rochester, MI, 48307
- Phone Number: (248-650-1136)
Cost and Insurance Information
- Accepts limited insurance; uses a sliding fee scale; fees are reasonable and will work to accommodate low-income clients
Woodside Bible Church: Grief Support Group
- Videos, personal workbook, and group meetings/discussions are available for anyone
- “Coping with Grief and Loss: Understanding the Grieving Process and Learning to Heal”
- Half of Us: Loss
- “mtvU and the Jed Foundation launched a campaign to raise awareness about the prevalence of mental health issues on campus and connect students to the appropriate resources to get help. “Half of Us” represents the reality that nearly half of all college students have felt so depressed they could not function. Included at Half of Us are school-specific and national resources, an anonymous screening tool for a range of emotional disorders, and opportunities for interactivity and expression.”
- Half of Us
- Resources & Websites provided on Graham Health Center’s “Grief & Loss” Section:
- beliefnet.com – provides religion-based support to people of many faiths
- griefnet.org – information and online support groups for people coping with grief and loss
- AARP.org/griefandloss/home.html – an American Association of Retired Persons site
- NHPCO.org – sponsored by the National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization
- centering.org – provides education and resources for the bereaved.
- grief.net – provides information on helping deal with a death, divorce, or other major losses.