About Us

Lindsay-Rose Dykema, MD, MPH


I work with adults with mood disorders, psychotic disorders, anxiety/trauma-related disorders, and substance use disorders. I am a part-time law student and am especially interested in working with Detroiters who have had ties to the criminal injustice system (including all forms of state violence — police brutality, incarceration, probation/parole). Telehealth and in-person sessions available.

I identify as queer, and my practice will always be a safe and affirming space for the LGBTQ community.


Undergraduate: University of Michigan, French and Francophone Studies
Graduate: University of Michigan Medical School; University of Michigan School of Public Health
Residency: Columbia University, New York, NY
Fellowship: Veterans Affairs Interprofessional Fellowship on Psychosocial Rehabilitation and Recovery Services, Durham, NC

Detroit Recovery Project

Detroit Recovery Project, Inc. has provided services for Detroiters with substance use disorders for over a decade. Just recently, DRP was awarded a grant from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration to add mental health and primary care services, transforming DRP into a Community-Based Behavioral Health Clinic (CCBHC). We now offer mental health services (including medication management, individual and group psychotherapy, and targeted case management) for adults with mild, moderate, or severe mental health conditions, with or without co-occurring substance use disorders.

Detroit Recovery Project