Building on the strengths, hopes and dreams of those who come in contact with Integrated Services of Kalamazoo (ISK), we have been delivering quality services and programs that improve the lives of those we serve, and their families, for over 30 years.  By providing a welcoming and diverse community partnership which collaborates and shares effective resources that support youth, families, and adults with mental illnesses, intellectual and developmental disabilities, and substance use disorders, ISK’s focus is to help all succeed.


We are fortunate to have dedicated and caring board members, families, individuals served, peers, staff, advocates, providers, and other collaborative partners deliver culturally sensitive, trauma informed care so individuals and families can be successful through all phases of life.


We are proud to be the developer/sponsor of The Recovery Institute — empowering individuals with a mental illness to lead rich and meaningful lives in the community.

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“A Consummate Advocate”

The Michigan Mental Health Association in Michigan honored Jeff this past Wednesday, October 7, 2020 at their virtual 2020 Tribute Celebration for his many years of positive impact on mental health-related public policy in the state.


Click the picture below to read the press release.



For Immediate Release

August 19, 2020

Residents Reminded to Take Mosquito Bite Prevention in Kalamazoo County

Visit our Refocus, Reconnect, Recover page by clicking the logo below.

ISK is offering a weekly toolkit of resources to help our staff and

community deal with the rolling COVID 19 disaster.

Click on the picture above to access the information that will be updated weekly.


Click the image below to access ISK’s COVID-19 resources and updates.


How to Find Mental Health Services in Kalamazoo During Coronavirus Outbreak – MLive – 03/20/2020


A message from MDHHS regarding Coronavirus (2019 Novel Coronavirus) situational awareness and responsibilities

Click HERE to view the memo from MDHHS

CNN reports: CDC Official warns Americans it’s not a question of if coronavirus will spread, but when

Read the Article by clicking HERE

Additional Information :

Fact Sheet – COVID-19

Fact Sheet – Influenza

CDC in Action: Preparing Communities for Potential Spread of COVID-19

Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) Situation Summary


ISK Board Meeting



Join us for the next monthly ISK Board Meeting!

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Recipient Rights Advisory Committee



Join us for the next bi-monthly RRAC meeting!

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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.

Adult Services

Any individual who needs help with mental illness, developmental disabilities, emotional difficulties, or substance abuse 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.

Success Stories

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.

Community Resources


Art of Recovery