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Welcome to MCCMH

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 Louis J. Burdi 03/31/2016
    Secretary-Treasurer Joan Flynn 03/31/2015
    Board Member Patricia Bill 03/31/2016
    Board Member Marilyn Brown 03/31/2015
    Board Member Linda Busch 03/31/2016
    Board Member Nick Ciaramitaro 03/31/2017
    Board Member Ken DeBeaussaert 03/31/2017
    Board Member Rose Ann Mrosewske 03/31/2016
    Board Member Brian Negovan 03/31/2015
    Board Member Elisabeth Sierawski 03/31/2017
    Board Member Kathy E. Tocco 03/31/2015
    Board Member Kathy D. Vosburg 03/31/2017
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MCCMH Updates

Medication Module/Psychiatric Outpatient Office Visit Training

This training is for required for all Psychiatrists, Nurse Practitioners, Physician Assistants, and Nurses, Site Supervisors, and the Physician Services billing staff. Please click on this link to register for  one of the trainings. 

 
Substance Use Screening Transitions to Access Center

Beginning on October 1, 2014, substance use disorder screenings for individuals seeking treatment through the Macomb County Office of Substance Abuse shifted to the MCCMH Access Center. The reason for this shift is to further statewide efforts to integrate substance abuse  and mental health services.  Individuals seeking substance abuse treatment through the publicly funded system of care should call 586.948.0222.  


 
MyStrength Mobile App Now Available in Macomb!
Macomb County Community Mental Health (MCCMH) is pleased to  make available the MyStrength Mobile Wellness App! MyStrength is free, and is available to all Macomb County residents and visitors. MyStrength provides tips, information, resources, and encouragement to help manage stress, reduce anxiety, and respond positively to a variety of life situations.  MyStrength can be personalized by each user, and is completely confidential.  Click here to sign up for MyStrength today!  Use the Access Code:  MCCMHcomm. 
Macomb County Crisis Center Seeking Volunteers
The Macomb County Crisis Center is seeking telephone crisis line volunteers to answer calls on several of its shifts.  There is a 48 hour training provided before volunteers begin answering calls.  Volunteering on the crisis line is an excellent opportunity for college students, retirees, and others who want to develop their listening and compassion skills.  It's also a great opportunity to learn about the many resources available in Macomb County!   Click here for details.  If interested, contact the Crisis Center directly at 586-307-9100.  
"Healthy Michigan" Healthcare Coverage

Healthy Michigan is a low-cost health plan designed for low-income Michigan residents. You may be eligible! To learn about the plan or apply for coverage, click the "Healthy Michigan Plan" button above, or go directly to www.michigan.gov/mibridges.

  

MI Health Link Updates

Public Notice: The Michigan Department of Community Health (MDCH) intends to submit §1915(b)/(c) waiver applications for the MI Health Link demonstration program.  The purpose of this waiver is to coordinate supports and services for individuals who are eligible for both Medicare and Medicaid, are age 21 or older, and reside in any of the following Michigan counties:  Alger, Baraga, Barry, Berrien, Branch, Calhoun, Cass, Chippewa, Delta, Dickinson, Gogebic, Houghton, Iron, Kalamazoo, Keweenaw, Luce, Mackinac, Macomb, Marquette, Menominee, Ontonagon, St. Joseph, Schoolcraft, Van Buren, and Wayne.  Some population exclusions do apply – please see the waiver applications for details.  Medicare and Medicaid supports and services will be provided through managed care organizations called Integrated Care Organizations (ICOs) under contract with CMS and MDCH.  All enrolled individuals may receive physical health care services through the MI Health Link §1915(b) waiver.  MI Health Link HCBS is a §1915(c) waiver which will operate concurrently with the MI Health Link §1915(b) waiver.  The MI Health Link HCBS waiver offers home and community-based services (HCBS) to MI Health Link enrollees who are elderly and/or physically disabled and meet nursing facility level of care.  If approved by CMS, the MI Health Link §1915(b)/(c) waiver applications will be effective January 1, 2015.  It is expected that the entire MI Health Link demonstration will be cost neutral, not spending more money than would be spent absent the demonstration. 

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If you have a question, comment, compliment, or concern to share with us at MCCMH, please use our Feedback form to let us know what you're thinking.  If you request a response, someone from MCCMH will respond to your email by the next business day.

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MCCMH and the Community

We've added new resources for finding affordable medical and dental services!  Check out the additions to the Health and Wellness page of our website.