When we all stand together…
no one walks alone.
United Resiliency supports long-term healing.
To get help now, call 517-853-1070
If the February 2023 mass violence incident at Michigan State University weighs heavy on your heart, you’re not alone. Anyone impacted by this tragic event can benefit from mental health support throughout their personal healing journey.
United Resiliency provides community connection, crisis intervention, and a broad spectrum of resources. United Resiliency is managed by Common Ground and funded by the State of Michigan through the Antiterrorism Emergency Assistance grant.
We will observe, listen, and work to understand and assist the East Lansing community.
We will meet every person who walks through our doors right where they are, understanding that emotions born from trauma will be strong at times and can run the full range. We will listen to those feelings and will never be judgmental or dismissive.
We will honor our commitment to the East Lansing community by doing everything within our power to live up to their expectations and strive to always do the right thing.
We will embrace opportunities to learn and improve, as grieving and healing are processes that never follow a straight and predictable line.
Many organizations and individuals stepped up to help East Lansing in the wake of the tragic shooting. We are committed to collaborating with all parties to provide and connect comprehensive support to the community.
Frequently Asked Questions
Soon! Until that time, our phone lines and website are now active for all inquiries.
Most services provided at United Resiliency will be free of charge.
Anyone who is struggling in the aftermath of the East Lansing shooting can contact United Resiliency for help and community connection at 517-853-1070. We will never be judgmental about any individual’s personal experience, connection to the shooting or their process of healing. We will meet each person where they are with the understanding that we all have unique reactions to traumatic events and heal at our own pace.
United Resiliency will be a safe place where people can come to connect with others and feel heard, validated and supported. Until our physical space is open, you can call us at 517-853-1070. We have highly trained crisis specialists answering the helpline, providing crisis intervention as needed and connecting callers to our staff.
If you’re in an emergent crisis, please text, chat or call 988 for free and confidential counseling, information and referrals. The Lifeline is available 24/7 to people experiencing emotional distress, including thoughts of suicide, an active mental health or substance use crisis, etc.
In all other cases, we will do everything in our power to help. When you call United Resiliency at 517-853-1070, a highly trained crisis specialist will answer the phone (or return your call promptly). They will take the time to listen to your situation, provide nonjudgmental support and connect you to appropriate resources, if needed. Crisis workers are part of Common Ground and Ingham County’s broad crisis continuum, which provides a wealth of resources for anyone in crisis. We are dedicated to getting you the care you need.