Garrett’s Space Rezoning Approved
The Garrett’s Space holistic healing residence for young adults 18 to 28 years old struggling with anxiety and depression has passed a rezoning application, so they will proceed to acquire the 76-acre property at 3900 North Dixboro Road, in Superior Township, and move forward with its plans to use the property to provide holistically focused day and residential programming for clients struggling with anxiety and depression.
Julie and Scott Halpert founded Garrett’s Space in 2019 after losing their son Garrett to suicide two years earlier when he was 23 years old. “When Garrett was struggling, we couldn’t find effective supplemental support options that we believe could have made a lasting difference. We created Garrett’s Space to help fill this void in our healthcare system for other young adults struggling with their mental health,” says Scott Halpert.
Garrett’s Space currently provides wellness programming as a supplement to individual therapy and psychiatric intervention. The programming offers young adults the opportunity to join one of three weekly virtual groups led by professional facilitators for peer connection and mood and movement activities. There is no cost to attend the group.
For more information, call 734-272-3841 or visit GarrettsSpace.org.