Behavioral Health

We believe individuals diagnosed with a mental, behavioral, or emotional disorder deserve high-quality treatment in safe environments free of judgment or stigma.

If you or a loved one are experiencing a crisis and need to talk to someone right now, please contact the National Suicide Prevention and Crisis Hotline:   1-800-273-8255.

Judson Center’s Behavioral Health services prides itself on being a safe place that provides nonjudgmental services to help people reach their personal goals to be happy, to be successful, to feel satisfied with their own lives. It is an honor to be a part of such a difference that is being made.

Melissa Peters
Director of Behavioral Health

Melissa Peters

Melissa has a Master’s degree in Counseling and a Bachelor degree in Psychology and Sociology concentrating in Criminal Justice.  She is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC, NCC) with over 15 years’ experience – 14 years with Judson Center. Melissa has both the behavioral health and child welfare experience that has led to a high level of knowledge with therapy, case management, treatment, and collaborated business relationships for effective service delivery in the programs for which she oversees.

Hardly a day goes by that we don’t hear headline news that deals with mental health issues. As the Medical Director, I am honored to work with some of the most dedicated staff I have ever encountered. I feel we all contribute to each and every person’s well-being.

Dr. Stephanie Riolo

Dr. Stephanie Riolo
Medical Director

Dr. Riolo completed her residency training at Brown University where she was “triple-board-certified” in Pediatrics, Child & Adult Psychiatry, and Adult Psychiatry.  She is currently board-certified in Child & Adolescent Psychiatry and Adult Psychiatry & Neurology. She also has a Master of Public Health degree in Epidemiology from the University of Michigan.  Dr. Riolo worked in academics for about 10 years (first at the University of Michigan and then at Wright State University). She has 20 years of experience in clinical psychiatry.

We are dedicted to helping loved ones and their families understand that they do not have to face challenges alone.

Behavioral Health FAQs

In-Home is funded through Macomb County Community Mental Health. Please call ACCESS Center: (586) 948-0222

We are continually adding new insurances and each insurance offers several products, so it’s best to call. However, we accept the following insurances: BCBS, Blue Care Network, HAP, Medicaid HMOs (Molina, Meridian, UHC, BCBS Complete); Medicare.

Give us a call and we can help determine if therapy is the right choice for you!

Give us a call and we can help determine who is a good fit for you! All of our therapists are licensed in the State of Michigan and come with experience and their own niche in some area or population. Their schedules are based on availability, but we will work hard to ensure you are matched with someone that is best for you!

Monday – Thursday 8am-8pm and Fridays 8am-5pm

Behavioral Health Resources

Service Locations

Judson Center
Oakland

4410 W. 13 Mile Road
Royal Oak, MI 48073

248-549-4339

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Judson Center
Wayne

12723 Telegraph Rd Suite 200
Redford, MI 48239

313-794-5653

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Judson Center
Macomb

12200 E. 13 Mile Road Suite 200
Warren, MI 48093

586-573-1810

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In Crisis:

If you or a loved one are experiencing a crisis and need to talk to someone right now, please contact the National Suicide Prevention and Crisis Hotline: 1-800-273-8255.

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