BUILDING ON STRENGTHS, HOPES, AND DREAMS
At Integrated Services of Kalamazoo (ISK), we’ve been delivering quality programs that improve the lives of those we serve, and their families, for over 30 years. We provide a welcoming and diverse community partnership to share effective resources that support youth, families, and adults with mental illnesses, intellectual and developmental disabilities, and substance use disorders. Our focus is to help all succeed.
We’re fortunate to have dedicated and caring board members, families, clients, peers, staff, advocates, providers, and other collaborative partners who help us deliver culturally sensitive, trauma-informed care–so individuals and families can thrive through all phases of life.
You can contact ISK by calling
(269) 373-6000 or (888) 373-6200
24 hours/day, 7 days/week. Find out more about our different locations here.
Youth & Family Services
We believe that families and youth are equal partners in identifying and developing services. The needs, strengths, beliefs, and culture of families and youth determine what services are provided. Specifically, we believe in providing services that are youth-guided, family-driven, community-based, trauma-informed and culturally and linguistically responsive.
Any individual who needs help with mental illness, developmental disabilities, emotional difficulties, or substance use issues may be eligible for services or community referrals. Our Access Center staff will meet with you to talk about your situation, determine eligibility, and connect you to the services and community resources that may be helpful in meeting your needs.
ISK provides a wide range of services to approximately 9,000 individuals annually. We have been able to increase service flexibility and choices for those we serve. Our organization and our partnering provider agencies are proud to have assisted these individuals in achieving their outcomes, realizing their dreams and desires, and improving their overall quality of life.
ISK Meetings: Open to the Public
Art of Recovery