22550 Hall Road, Clinton Twp Michigan 48036
Access Center: (586) 948-0222 V/Collect
Crisis Center: (586) 307-9100 V/TDD/Collect
Substance Abuse Access: (586) 541-2273 V/Collect
Under the direction of the Macomb County Board of Commissioners and the Macomb County Community Mental Health Board, Macomb County Community Mental Health provides a wide variety of mental health treatment and support services to adults and children with mental illness, developmental disabilities, and substance abuse treatment needs. Individual services provided may include assessment; outpatient or home-based treatment; mental health assessment prior to nursing home placement; residential, respite or support services; or other alternatives as determined by individual needs. Service Centers are barrier free. TTY access to the MCCMH system is provided through the Crisis Center, Ombudsman and Office of Recipient Rights. Services are available in American Sign Language, as well as other alternative languages as needed. MCCMH programs and services are accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF).
If you or someone you know would like to learn more about mental health or substance abuse services available in our community, contact one of the following offices:
Access Center: 586-948-0222 V/Collect
For information about how to initiate services for persons with mental illness, children’s mental health needs, or developmental disabilities.
Crisis Center: 586-307-9100 V/TTY/Collect
For 24-hour support, information, and resources for any situation
Substance Abuse Treatment Access: 586-541-2273V/Collect
For help with problems related to alcohol or drugs
Office of Community Relations: 586-469-6958 V/Collect
For answers to questions about mental health services, programs, and activities in Macomb County
Ombudsman’s Office: 586-469-7795 V/TTY/Collect
If you or someone you know is receiving services from MCCMH and has questions or concerns about their services, the Ombudsman can help.
Office of Recipient Rights:
For answers to questions about your rights while receiving mental health services from Macomb County Community Mental Health.
The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) covers all providers of health services, including Macomb County Community Mental Health. Users of MCCMH services have specific privacy rights under HIPAA. Click above to view the MCCMH Privacy Notice. If you have questions about your privacy while receiving services from MCCMH, contact the Privacy Officer or the Office of Recipient Rights.