Mental Health Resources
NAMI Metro – Oakland, Wayne and Macomb counties of Michigan exists to provide excellence in support, education and advocacy as a grassroots volunteer organization dedicated to maximizing the quality of life for all who are impacted by mental illness and eliminating the associated stigma. Our purpose is to provide updated information and support to those affected by serious mental illness in the counties we serve. NAMI Metro is a leading voice on service related issues that impact the mentally ill. We educate families, professionals and the public about the scientific evidence that shows serious mental illnesses are neurobiological brain disorders. NAMI Metro works to ensure there is a strong, coherent system of services provided that offers a continuum of care for the persistent, long-term needs of people with mental illness.
Interfaith Health & Hope Coalition is pleased to announce that is has been awarded a training grant by the Detroit Wayne Mental Health Authority (DWMHA).
Headquartered in the City of Detroit, New Center Community Services is a private non-profit community mental health center committed to providing and promoting quality behavioral health services in a caring and safe environment. This commitment is reaffirmed daily by more than 150 employees, including psychiatrists, professional mental health workers, certified peer support specialists, and nurses. Founded in 1979, NCCS has five locations and offers more than 7,100 children and adults a full-spectrum of mental health services ranging from highly intensive and complex therapeutic and medicinal interventions to low-intensity socialization and support programs. Accredited by The Joint Commission (TJC) since the 1987, New Center Community Services is also recognized by the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) as a Certified Community Mental Health Center.
Detroit Wayne Mental Health Authority
The Detroit Wayne Mental Health Authority is a safety net organization that provides a full array of services and supports to adults with mental illness, individuals with developmental disabilities, children with serious emotional disturbances and persons with substance use disorders.
DWMHA provides empowerment to persons within our behavioral health system. Serving over 80,000 citizens in Detroit and Wayne County with mental illness, intellectual and developmental disabilities and substance use disorders.
To access services in
Wayne County contact www.dwmha.com or 800-241-4949.
Oakland County Community Mental Health Authority
Oakland County Community Mental Health Authority leads a provider service network that assists approximately 25,000 Oakland County citizens, as well as manages a $300 million dollar budget. This budget provides funding for more than 300 service sites.
People who receive public mental health services through the OCCMHA provider network include those who have an intellectual/developmental disability, adults with a mental illness, children with serious emotional disturbance, and persons with substance use disorders. The majority of these individuals have Medicaid.
For Non-Emergency information related to public mental health screening, eligibility, and access call 248-464-6363. In an emergency, call our 24-Hour Resource & Helpline 800-231-1127.
OCCMHA exists to ensure that all of these individuals are made aware of and have accessibility to services and supports that will improve their health and quality of life, as well as ensure their engagement in full community participation.
Macomb County Community Mental Health
Macomb County Community Mental Health, guided by the values, strengths and informed choices of the people we serve, provides quality services which promote recovery, community participation, self-sufficiency, and independence.
Macomb County Community Mental Health (MCCMH) is a public provider of mental health, developmental disability, and substance abuse treatment services. MCCMH has been designated by the State of Michigan to provide these services to Macomb County residents who receive Medicaid, Healthy Michigan, or other medical assistance from the State of Michigan, as well as those with limited or no insurance.
To explore your eligibility for MCCMH services and to see what services might help you, call the Access Center at 586-948-0222.
In an emergency, call or go to the
Urgent Behavioral Care Center
43800 Garfield Rd., Clinton Township
Phone: 810 923-6940
Service Area: All of Southeast lower Michigan including the entire Detroit Metro Area
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