Information For Individuals Who Receive Services and Our Community
Due to the continuing spread of the COVID-19 virus, St. Clair County Community Mental Health is focusing on the safety and well-being of people who receive our services, our staff and the community. We are asking anyone in need of CMH services to call the Region 10 Access Line at (888) 225-4447 before coming in to any of our locations. Most screenings for services can be done over the phone. If you have an Intake appointment scheduled, please call (810) 985-8900 and ask to speak to an Intake worker.
For those receiving services at CMHYour Case Manager or Clinician will keep in touch with you by phone and will work with you on any standing appointments. Even though many of your services may occur over the phone for a period of time, we will work to ensure you are able to get the medications and other essential things that you need to stay healthy and well. All day programs, both ABA and CIS are closed until further notice.
For our CommunityCMH will not be providing any community or provider trainings, nor will speakers be available to give presentations until further notice. This allows us to focus on providing essential services to those most in need during this time. ere to help.
Crisis Intervention ServicesCrisis intervention services are always available to the community 24 hours a day, 7 days a week by calling the Mobile Crisis Unit at (810) 966-2575 for in-person crisis support; and Region 10 Access Line at (888) 225-4447 for by-phone crisis support. Customer Services will be available through the Access Line Monday – Friday, 8:00 am – 4:30 pm. We encourage everyone to follow all CDC and state-issued guidelines. Updated information can be found on the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) and on the CDC website links below. The St. Clair County Health Department also has a host of resources and information on their website.
MDHHS has also announced a statewide hotline to answer health-related questions about the coronavirus. It will be available seven days a week from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at (888) 535-6136. The St. Clair County Health Department has a Coronavirus hotline that anyone can access to ask about symptoms, exposure, and other health concerns. The line is staffed Monday - Friday, 8:00 am - 4:30 pm with after hours voicemail (810) 966-4163 .
COVID-19 Support LineSt. Clair County Community Mental Health has a COVID-19 Support Line, with phone, text and e-mail options, available Monday through Friday, 8:30 am – 4:30 pm. The Support Line is staffed by mental health professionals who can:
- Provide support for people who are struggling with feelings of isolation and loneliness
- Provide support for people who are dealing with panic or anxiety over the possibility of getting sick, financial struggle, resource scarcity, or caregiving
- Provide support for first responders, essential employees, medical professionals on the front lines of the Coronavirus situation and struggling with burnout, anxiety, depression and feeling overwhelmed
- Provide support for people who are sick at home, or caring for a sick family member and dealing with fear, anxiety, depression and feeling overwhelmed
- Support anyone who could use someone to talk to during this difficult time
Call: (810) 985-8900 Text: (810) 956-6335 E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org We know this is a stressful and uncertain time, please know we are here to help.
Online Recovery ResourcesSocial distancing, while stressful for many of us can be additionally challenging for those in recovery who depend on a support network of people and group meetings. Here is a list of online meetings and resources to help people maintain their recovery during these uncertain times.
Useful Links & Resources on COVID-19
- Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
- Michigan Department of Health & Human Services
- St. Clair County Community Services Coordinating Body (CSCB)
- St. Clair County Health Department
- The President’s Coronavirus Guidelines for America
- Michigan Governor's executive order - Stay Home, Stay Safe
- COVID-19, A plain-language guide for understanding the COVID-19 outbreak