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 Transformation, Genesee Health System, Mental Health Foundation of West Michigan, North Country CMH, Northern Lakes CMH Authority, OnPoint, Sanilac County CMH, St. Clair County CMH, Summit Pointe, and Washtenaw County CMH.
 

Partner Content During National Recovery Month, St. Clair County Community Mental Health is hosting its annual Recovery Summit, offering a series of free webinars throughout September.
Longform Northern Lakes Community Mental Health Authority Grayling location.
Longform Northern Lakes Community Mental Health Authority Grayling location.
Feature Story If insurance covers inpatient treatment for a medical issue, parity means inpatient care for a mental health issue is covered, as well.
Feature Story If insurance covers inpatient treatment for a medical issue, parity means inpatient care for a mental health issue is covered, as well.
Longform Katie Hoener works with Washtenaw County CMH's crisis negotiation unit
Feature Story Jessica Jones, be nice. communications director, and Isabelle Buck, student volunteer.

Back-to-school with community mental health


Partner Content “The change in her from a year and a half ago till now is tremendous,” Sarah says. “I see a smile, a genuine smile on her face again. I see her having fun with friends again."
Feature Story Elizabeth Wygant and Kimberly Armstrong
Feature Story Shawn Edwards, GHS senior director of engagement, diversity, and inclusion
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