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Our Mission

Macomb County Community Mental Health, guided by the values, strengths and informed choices of the people we serve, provides quality services which promote recovery, community participation, self-sufficiency, and independence.


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    Chairperson Kathy D. Vosburg 03/31/2020
    Vice-Chairperson Joan Flynn 03/31/2021
    Secretary-Treasurer Linda Busch 03/31/2019
    Board Member Lou Burdi 03/31/2019
    Board Member Nick Ciaramitaro 03/31/2020
    Board Member Susan Doherty 03/31/2019
    Board Member Barry Gross, DO 03/31/2019
    Board Member Phil Kraft 03/31/2021
    Board Member Brian Negovan 03/31/2021
    Board Member Lori Phillips 03/31/2021
    Board Member Christopher O'Connell, D.O. 03/31/2020
    Board Member Selena Schmidt 03/31/2020
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MCCMH Updates

Check out October's Mental Health Minute - Recovery

Substance use disorders affect people of all ethnicities, ages, genders, geographic regions, and socioeconomic levels. These individuals can get better, both physically and emotionally, with the support of a welcoming community.


In Macomb County, we are facing an epidemic.  Opioid, prescription drugs, and heroin overdose deaths have increased significantly.  Drug-related deaths have been at an all-time high for the past few years, reaching 380 in 2017. Abuse of opioid prescription medications along with heroin and cocaine abuse continue to be major concerns and the numbers continue to rise, especially fentanyl, an extremely lethal drug. 

 If you, or a friend or loved one need help, free, confidential help is available 24 hours a day through our Access Line at 586-948-0222. Listen here.

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Alisa Zee Detroit Radio Interview
CBS Radio Detroit interviews John Kinch, MCCMH CEO and Amy Smolski, Commonwealth administrator, about MCCMH's programs and services, as well as Commonwealth.  Click here for the interview. 
Check out the Latest "Mental Health Minute"
Click here to listen to the latest Mental Health Minute about depression by Macomb County Community Mental Health CEO, John Kinch. 
Important Information about Hepatitis A

The Macomb County Health Department has asked all County Departments to share the attached important information about Hepatitis A in our community.  Please read and share with others who may be impacted.

MCCMH Board Meetings
Beginning September 1, 2017, meetings of the MCCMH Program and Budget Committee and MCCMH Full Board are held at the Macomb County Board of Commissioners' Board Room, on the 9th Floor of the County Administration Building.  Meetings will now be held at 6 p.m.  

These meetings are open to the public. Visit our Community Calendar page for meeting times, or call 586-469-5263 for more information.

MyStrength Web Resource has Expanded!
MyStrength is a web-based and mobile mental health wellness resource that is available to all Macomb County residents! The site has been significantly expanded since our Macomb Launch in May of 2014.  The program now includes modules and resources for substance use disorder and chronic pain, as well as expanded mental health and wellness resources.  

MyStrength includes tools for clinicians, beneficiaries, and the general community. MyStrength accounts are free, and are totally confidential.  Because MyStrength is  web based, it is available 24/7/365. Community members who want to create a free MyStrength account can use the access code MCCMHcomm. Click here to visit the MyStrength website.

MyCare Clinic Available at First North
If you don't have access to primary healthcare, you can get the care you need at MyCare Health clinics.  There's a MyCare clinic inside of MCCMH's First North, at 43740 Groesbeck, Clinton Township.  Click here for more information about MyCare! 

MI Health Link Updates

Statewide MI Health Link Ombudsman Available!  The Michigan Elder Justice Initiative and its partners at the Counsel and Advocacy Law Line (CALL) are pleased to announce that the Statewide MI Health Link Ombudsman Program is available! The toll free number is 888-746-6456. The helpline will be staffed from  8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday thru Friday. The Ombudsman can also be reached by email, at HELP@mhlo.org.  Visit the MI Health Link page to learn more about how MI Health Link works to improve services for dual eligible beneficiaries!  

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