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Crisis Services

Crisis Services are available from Macomb County Community Mental Health 24/7/365. You do not need to call the Access Center or use any other MCCMH service to use Crisis services.

Telephone Crisis Services: The Macomb County Telephone Crisis Line offers telephone crisis counseling and resources to help in difficult situations.  Telephone crisis services are available to anyone in Macomb County. Calls are confidential and are free. Call any time at

586-307-9100 V / TTY



 Walk-in Crisis Services:  If you are facing a crisis and want immediate, face to face help, or if you feel you might need to go to the hospital,  go to the Urgent Behavioral Health Center. The Urgent Behavioral Health Center helps resolve crisis situations of all kinds by offering individual crisis response, family support, links to resources, and help to access mental health services and crisis alternatives.  Our goal is to stabilize the situation so a person in crisis can return home safely, with plans and resources to manage any ongoing needs.

Call or walk in today!

(586) 466-6222


43800 Garfield Rd. 

Clinton Township

The UBHC is located across the street from the MISD.  No appointment is needed. The UBHC serves anyone, of any age, with any situation. It accepts all insurance, or no insurance.