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St. Clair County CMH is the mental health and substance use "safety net"  for residents with low incomes who have Medicaid or who qualify for other public insurance plans.

St. Clair County CMH provides public services to eligible:

  • Adults with mental illnesses
  • Children with serious emotional disturbances
  • Adults & children with developmental disabilities
  • Adults & children with substance use disorders
  • Adults with co-occurring mental health & substance use disorders

Hallmarks of our services:


  • Person-centered
  • Self-determined
  • Recovery-oriented
  • Trauma-informed

How do I get public services for mental health or substance use disorders? 

For more information, please click here.

What services do we offer? 

For more information, please click here.

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Quality of Life Survey Are you a family member of a person with a developmental disability?  The Michigan Developmental Disabilities Council is gathering information for its next 5-year state plan, from October 2016 through September 2021. If you would like to participate in the survey process, please visit: www.surveymonkey.com/r/JGGQ7L5.  The information gathered will be used to inform policy makers and service providers for children and families.
2015 Run for Recovery

Thanks to all who came out to support the 2015 Healthy Minds, Healthy Bodies Run for Recovery on Saturday, May 9th.  Race results are now in!

SCCCMH Donates Books to St.Clair County Library System On Monday, May 4, 2015, SCCCMH Executive Director Debra Johnson visited the St. Clair County Library to donate 24 books about topics relating to mental health.  The donation is made possible due to the generous support of individuals to the SCCCMH Gift of Knowledge fund , which raised more than $1,000 this past year. 
May is Mental Health Month May is Mental Health Month and Children's Mental Health Awareness Month.  Know the signs and take action so that mental illnesses can be caught early and treated. Visit the Mental Health America web site to take an online screening today, print our Mental Health Month Calender for tips on how to improve the health of your body, mind, and spirit, or print our Children's Mental Health infographic for tips on promoting good mental health for your child.
Employment Opportunities

Click above for a complete list of employment opportunities with Lapeer County CMH, Sanilac County CMH, and St. Clair County CMH.