Easterseals MORC Michigan is an autonomous affiliate of the Easterseals National Office, providing services since 1920. Easterseals employs 900+ staff members and hundreds of volunteers who have a heartfelt commitment to helping people with disabilities and their families with a wide range of services. In addition to psychiatry, psychotherapy, case management, rehabilitation and job-training, Easterseals offers a variety of services to help people with disabilities address life's challenges and achieve personal goals. With over 22,000 individuals served per year, Easterseals is the largest community mental health service provider in Michigan and one of the only to provide services for both adults and children, as well as for the Oakland County Jail. Specialized services include autism, intellectual developmental disabilities, first episode psychosis, substance use, trauma, home-based and school-based mental health services, feeding and dressing challenges, fine and gross motor difficulties, speech and language impairments, Spanish-speaking services, geriatric activities of daily living assessment and intervention, veteran family services, Assertive Community Treatment, Dreams Unlimited Clubhouse, community-based case management and support for all ages. Residents receive outpatient psychiatry (adult, geriatric, and child & adolescent psychiatry), forensic psychiatry, developmental disabilities, and administrative psychiatry training at Easterseals.