MI Mental Health

The MI Mental Health series highlights the opportunities that Michigan's children, teens, and adults of all ages have to find the mental health help they need, when and where they need it. It is made possible with funding from the Community Mental Health Association of MichiganCenter for Health and Research TransformationLifeWaysMental Health Foundation of West MichiganNorthern Lakes CMH AuthorityOnPointSanilac County CMHSt. Clair County CMHSummit Pointe, and Washtenaw County CMH.

 

Feature Story OnPoint autism services focus on communication, behavior support for social skills, daily living skills, family training, and ongoing assessment.
Longform Robert Sheehan  and colleague, Valerie Jamerson, take a look at the new Tool Kit.
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Feature Story David Tucker, be nice. volunteer team leader
Longform Josh Williams
Feature Story SCCMH kids
Feature Story SCCMH kids
Feature Story mentalhealth
Partner Content Members of NAMI Blue Water Area meet to discuss upcoming training opportunities to bring to the community.
Partner Content Adrienne Luckenbacher, Mental Hhealth First Aid Trainer at St. Clair County Community Mental Health leads the training with a group of Blue Water Developmental Housing employees.

Support to build a resilient community


Feature Story Washtenaw County CMH staff. Top row L-R: Valerie Bass, Dr. Montgomery Brower, Andrew Grier, Shad Jordan. Bottom row l-R: Shannon Ellis, Margaret Carmalt, Angela Burchard, Jeff Beckley, Melisa Tasker

Washtenaw County Community Mental Health takes SUDs seriously


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Feature Story Washtenaw County CMH staff. Top row L-R: Valerie Bass, Dr. Montgomery Brower, Andrew Grier, Shad Jordan. Bottom row l-R: Shannon Ellis, Margaret Carmalt, Angela Burchard, Jeff Beckley, Melisa Tasker

Washtenaw County Community Mental Health takes SUDs seriously


Longform About one out of five children have a mental, emotional or behavioral health disorder, and only about 20 percent of those children receive care

How Michigan counties are stepping up to meet youth mental health needs


Longform About one out of five children have a mental, emotional or behavioral health disorder, and only about 20 percent of those children receive care

How Michigan counties are stepping up to meet youth mental health needs


Longform About one out of five children have a mental, emotional or behavioral health disorder, and only about 20 percent of those children receive care

How Michigan counties are stepping up to meet youth mental health needs