The Children’s Center in Detroit’s Midtown district offers many specialized clinical services designed to help children who struggle with behavioral, emotional, educational, intellectual, and developmental challenges or have experienced trauma. It offers services for early childhood behavioral health, ADHD, autism, developmental disabilities, mental health, as well as programs for adoption, foster parenting, young adult self-sufficiency, case management, and parenting. It accepts health insurance plans including Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan, Priority Health, HAP, and more. U.S. Senator James Couzens founded the organization in 1929 to help children who were abandoned, abused, or alone in Detroit. In face of the COVID-19 pandemic, the organization is offering a virtual summer camp via Zoom. There is no RSVP required. Its eighth annual Wayne County Fatherhood Initiative Forum is also expected to take place online.