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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

Change is in the air!

To protect all employees, individauls we support, and visitors against involuntary exposure to tobacco smoke, we are proud to announce that our agency will be smoke and tobacco-free starting 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.


For more information, crisis intervention or to find out if you qualify for public services,


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Now Accepting Entries

CMH Creative Arts Contest
Entry forms and contest information is now available for the annual CMH high school art contest and middle school writing contest . Contest is open to all St. Clair County middle and high school students. Contest deadline is January 22, 2016.

Employment Opportunities

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