When to Call

If you have a mental health emergency, please call 9-1-1 or go to the nearest hospital.

DIAL: 9-1-1

When to Call
CMH Mobile Crisis Unit

The Mobile Crisis Unit will respond to any location in St. Clair County 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to assist individuals who may be experiencing symptoms of mental illness.

DIAL: (810) 966-2575

When to Call
Region 10 Access Center

If you are seeking mental health services, contact our Access Center.

DIAL: (888) 225-4447

When to Call
First Responder Hotline

Specific to Law Enforcement, Fire, EMS/EMT, corrections staff (first responders) this 24/7 hotline is a completely confidential phone line answered by trained staff who are there to listen and support individuals in the first responder field.

DIAL: (810) 363-9005

When to Call
COVID-19 Support Line

St. 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
COVID-19 Support Line is available to anyone in St. Clair County, you do not need to be using CMH services, or have a mental health diagnosis of any kind. The Support Line should not be used for crisis calls or medical emergencies. The COVID-19 Support Line is not meant to take the place of therapy/counseling or to treat or diagnosis any physical or mental health condition. If the mental health professional determines that the issue is more severe than the COVID-19 Support Line can manage, they will refer people to appropriate resources. If you leave a message and get a call or text back from the COVID-19 Support Line, it may come through as a blocked caller.

Call: (810) 985-8900
Text: (810) 956-6335
E-mail covid19support@scccmh.org

We know this is a stressful and uncertain time, please know we are here to help.