Mission and History

"We have a mission: To provide the best services possible. We want you to feel like you're in good hands. You can trust our team of professionals. We will work with you as partners to figure out what's best for you, we will do everything we can to make sure you feel heard and understood. " Ms. McCrory

 

Organization History 

2012-2017 

2017-2019 

2019-Present 

McCrory Center, more commonly known as Social Care Administrators, LLC was founded in 2012 in Redford, Michigan (Wayne County). The founder’s dedication to providing early identification, prevention, and intervention services to individuals at risk contributed to streamlining care coordination services throughout Wayne and Oakland counties. Staff included Registered Nurses, Clinical Social Workers, Infant Mental Health Specialists, Student Interns, and more. Within the first year of service, over 100+ families were screened for psychosocial risk, including mental health, food, and nutrition, transportation, housing, infant developmental delays (social-emotional-physical) and safety, etc.

 

After years of serving the community through case management and care coordination services, McCrory Center launched volunteer-led philanthropic projects to help close the poverty gap by ensuring residents have access to viable resources and support. Screenings for depression, substance abuse, and functional status are also offered to other area professional service providers.

In 2019, McCrory Center partnered with one of Metro Detroit's Largest  Head Start program to provide Behavioral Health Consultation services. Services include classroom observations, teacher and staff professional development workshops, pre-screenings for autism and other developmental disabilities, individual student plans, intervention recommendations, and social and emotional development training. 

 

In 2021, McCrory Center is the leading psychological diagnostic evaluation service provider in Wayne county.

 

Our organization provides a wide array of psychological evaluations for children and young adults, crises interventions, and behavioral training! . Over the years, we've proudly served over 2,000+ clients.

Meet Tammy McCrory

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Ms. Tammy R. McCrory is a Clinical Limited Licensed Psychologist, Supervisor, and Maternal and Infant Public Health Specialist with a proven track record of providing high-quality care. She is also a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) and practicing Licensed Behavior Analyst (LBA) in the State of Michigan. Ms. McCrory holds a Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology, a post-graduate certificate in Applied Behavior Analyst and Trauma-Intervention. Ms. McCrory has also received specialized training in autism identification, assessment, differential diagnoses, and best treatment options for autism spectrum disorder, along with trauma identification and treatment training.

 

​Ms. McCrory has served a diverse range of populations; Earlier in her career, she worked as a Health Information and Technology Release Specialist at Sinai Grace Hospital. Her early career began with the Detroit Area Agency of Aging where she coordinated the self-determination program before joining Grandmont Rosedale Development Coordination on a macro level to assist with efforts to improve the overall quality of life for community residents.

 

​Shortly thereafter, Ms. McCrory launched Social Care Administrators (now known as the McCrory Center), where she managed a team of Clinical Professionals (Licensed Practical Nurse, Clinical Master Social Worker, Infant Mental Health Specialist, Clinical Student Interns, etc.) in an effort to improve the overall health outcomes of pregnant women and infants in the State of Michigan. ​

 

She joined the leadership team at one of Michigan’s largest state-operated health departments, the Detroit Health Department, in 2017 as a Public Health Project Leader, before being selected by the Chief Medical Executive to become the Director of Maternal and Infant Health Services. In this role, she oversaw three complex and significant public health projects and was responsible for defining processes, coordinating services, and overseeing day-to-day operations within the division. ​

 

Drawing on the 10+ years of professional services to at-risk and vulnerable populations, Ms. McCrory's primary focus is on the early identification and treatment of neurodevelopmental disorders, and professional development training for upcoming and aspiring professionals.