Welcome to St. Clair County Community Mental Health

St. Clair County Community Mental Health provides public services and supports to adults with mental illnesses, children with serious emotional disturbances, individuals with developmental disabilities and persons with co-occurring substance use disorders.

In order to best fulfill the needs of persons served, staff are trained in the evidence based practices/promising practices of: Dialectical Behavioral Treatment (DBT), Family Psychoeducation (FPE), Integrated Dual Disorder Treatment (IDDT), Parent Management Training Oregon (PMTO), Recovery and Illness Management, Supported Employment (SE), and Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TFCBT).  Individuals are offered individualized treatment opportunities focused on their specific recovery needs.

Contact Us

Administration

3111 Electric Avenue
Port Huron, Michigan 48060
Phone: (810) 985-8900

Customer Services

Screenings for public services for mental health and/or substance use disorders are available during regular business hours, 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Monday-Friday.

Toll Free: (888) 225-4447

Emergency Information

Call 911 or get to the hospital if you are having an emergency that requires medical help.

Call the Toll Free CMH crisis line 24 hours a day, seven days a week: (888) 225-4447

Mission Statement

Promoting Discovery & Recovery Opportunities for Healthy Minds & Bodies

Vision Statement

In support of its Mission, the Agency will embrace a Vision which:

  • Recognizes that all people have the capacity to discover, recover, grow and positively change their thinking, beliefs and behaviors.
  • Facilitates equal access to quality services.
  • Assures availability and access to effective evidence-based services where programs and opportunities are designed to promote choice and responsibility tailored to the strengths and needs of the individual.
  • Effectively plans, evaluates, and monitors the system to assure accountability for the most effective and efficient management of resources.

Value Statement

Respect for Individuals

St. Clair County CMH cannot succeed without people. It is people who give the Agency its meaning and it is people who will make it work. St. Clair County CMH believes in the idea that treating all people well - with dignity, respect, equality, and with expectations of growth and development - is fundamental to assuring the provision of excellent services.

Continuous Improvement

To aspire for excellence is an important value. Excellence is grounded in the quality of our efforts to serve, support, encourage and recognize one another as important contributors to the overall success of St. Clair County CMH. Improvement requires continual work in monitoring and as necessary, modifying our policies, procedures and practices.

Community Commitment

St. Clair County CMH is a valued and essential part of the communities it serves. St. Clair County CMH seeks meaningful ways to provide human services in response to under met or unmet community needs. St. Clair County CMH believes that accountability to and responsibility for the local community is essential and will strive to develop partnerships that create opportunities, takes measured risks, advances creativity, and challenges the status quo.

Innovation

St. Clair County CMH demonstrates new ways of supporting, serving, and assisting people. Innovation, creativity, accommodation and the inherent risks involved in doing things differently, but responsibly, are the hallmark values of St. Clair County CMH. We seek creative ways to meet individual needs while balancing Agency requirements with the unique needs and circumstances of individuals.

Personal and Professional Development

We will work together to create and maintain a healthy, safe, and productive work environment which promotes effective communication, advances innovation, rewards exemplary performance, promotes consistency, and encourages the exchange and growth of knowledge.

Teamwork

Despite the requirements of running an Agency with various levels and lines of authority, those connected to St. Clair County CMH believe that everyone affiliated with the Agency can offer perspective, insight, and input into improving what we do, how we serve and support people, and the quality of our efforts. To that end, important and creative ideas may originate at any level within the organization.

Behavioral Health is Essential to Health

St. Clair County CMH recognizes that behavioral health is an integral component of overall good health.  We support empowering individuals to get the support they desire to promote Healthy Minds & Healthy Bodies. This is because behavioral health and physical health are interdependent and must work together to promote recovery. St. Clair CMH identifies a stong link between person-centered planning principals and a person's overall health. CMH practitioners serve as part of a comprehensive and integrated team empowering the person served to exercise self-determination toward holistic health and recovery. 

Mission, Vision, and Value Statements  

The CMH Mission, Vision & Value Statements are reviewed & approved annually by the board of directors. Click here to view the board's endorsement.

Code of Ethics

St. Clair County CMH is guided by a code of ethics that is reviewed annually by the board of directors. Click here to view the CMH Code of Ethics.