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St. Clair County Community Mental Health is the mental health and substance use "safety net"  for residents with low income 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 intellectual/developmental disabilities
  • Adults & children with substance use disorders
  • Adults with co-occurring mental health & substance use disorders

Breathe Easy

To protect all employees, individauls we support, and visitors against involuntary exposure to tobacco smoke, we are proud to announce that our agency has become a smoke and tobacco-free campus as of January 1, 2016. If you are interested in quitting smoking, there are many resources available to help you.

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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2016 High School Art Contest VOTE TODAY! Help us decide on this year's Creative Arts Contest winner by viewing the entries and placing your vote. The art contest winner will be recognized at our annual meeting, the artwork will be used on a billboard campaign in St. Clair County, and on posters distributed throughout the community and statewide.
Recovery Rewards

New this year, CMH is offering Recovery Rewards for individuals who attend classes at CMH.  Click here for the most recent schedule.

2016 Healthy Minds, Healthy Bodies Run for Recovery

 run bannerRegistration is now open for the 2016 CMH Run for Recovery. The event is scheduled for Saturday, May 14, 2016. The early registration deadline is April 15th. All proceeds from this event will be shared between the St. Clair County Suicide Prevention Committee, Peoples Clinic, Alzheimer’s and Dementia Resource Committee, and St. Clair County Community Mental Health’s Lifeline Fund. Download the registration brochure , or register online by clicking on the Run SignUp image above.

February is American Heart Month

Did you know that research shows behavioral and physiological connections between heart health and mental health? Learn how to prevent heart disease by visiting http://millionhearts.hhs.gov/index.html. Stop by our 3111 Electric Avenue location on February 10th between 9am - 3pm for free heart health resources and to sign the Million Hearts Pledge to prevent one million heart attacks and strokes.

CMH Offers Healthy Living Workshops Take control of your health and achieve a healthy mind AND body! Healty Living Workshops will be offered monthly on the second Monday of each month from 3-4pm in the CMH Auditorium. All workshops are free of charge.