Wolverine Human Services

FAQs

Program length can average anywhere from three to fifteen months depending on the needs of the client and the type of program entered.

Each program at Wolverine is designed to provide services to unique populations. Risk assessments are completed prior to placement which aids in the placement of youth into the proper program, under supervision of staff who are specially trained in the prevention and management of crisis. Safety of our clients is the primary focus of Wolverine programs.

Yes! Wolverine is proud to offer a variety of residential services for girls.

Our caring and helpful Intake staff are your first step in learning more about placement. They can be reached at (989) 823-3040.

Each program has a separate daily rate established by the State of Michigan. Contact the Intake Department for current rates: (989) 823-3040.

Each Wolverine program has a specific admission grid as contracted and licensed through the Department of Health and Human Services; however, all referrals are reviewed on a case-by-case basis. Wolverine does provide services for both male and female youth.

Yes, all Wolverine programs requiring licensure are licensed by the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services, Bureau of Child and Adult Licensing. Additionally, all programs on our Vassar and Saginaw campuses have integrated residential substance use disorder treatment licenses. Wolverine has been accredited by the Council on Accreditation for over 20 years. We are currently accredited for overall operations, with accreditation in several services standards, including; residential services, substance use disorder services, juvenile justice residential services, foster care, adoptions, and specialized independent living. As a 501(c)3 nonprofit, all of Wolverine’s activities are governed by a Board of Trustees.

Wolverine has been providing services to youth since 1987. The Executive Team members have a combined 120 years experience in the human services field. The Administrative Team members average over fifteen years of experience each.

Wolverine is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation governed by a Board of Trustees.

Yes, each facility has scheduled visitation times for approved family members. Speak to your child’s treatment leader for more information.

The majority of youth are placed by the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services, Juvenile Courts and Wayne County, Michigan Care Management Systems.

Yes. However, currently we do not have the ability to accept insurance payments for services.

We have main campuses in Detroit, Vassar, & Saginaw. Additionally, we have satellite offices throughout southeast Michigan. For more information, click here.