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Facing a Mental Health Crisis ?

If you think you might need urgent care for a mental health condition

The Urgent Behavioral Health Center will provide an immediate assessment to determine mental health care needs.  Services will be scheduled according to needs.  The UBHC offers a variety of services including: assessment, medication management, crisis intervention, referral for ongoing services, peer support, and resource assistance.

Our goal is to engage individuals in treatment and provide continuity of care to avoid crisis. 

Walk in today!

To schedule a same day/next day appointment, call ACCESS (586) 948-0222.

The UBHC is located across the street from MISD.

UBHC

43800 Garfield Road

Clinton Township, MI

 

Hours: 8:30 a.m to 9:00 p.m Monday-Saturday

 

 

Henry Ford Macomb, Mt. Clemens Campus

215 N. Ave., Mt. Clemens 48043

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(586) 466-9895

 

Harbor Oaks Hospital

35031 Twenty-Three Mile

New Baltimore 48047

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(586) 725-5777

The Behavioral Center of Michigan

4050 E. Twelve Mile, Warren  48092

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(586) 261-2266

(866) 673-3100

BCA — StoneCrest Center

15000 Gratiot Ave., Detroit 48205

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C

(313) 245-0649

Havenwyck Hospital

1525 University, Auburn Hills 48326

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C

(248) 373-9200

Henry Ford Kingswood Hospital

10300 W. Eight Mile, Ferndale 48220

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C

(248) 398-3200

St. John Macomb Oakland, Macomb Center

11800 E. Twelve Mile, Warren 48093

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(586) 573-5244

St. John Macomb Oakland, Oakland Center

27351 Dequindre, Madison Hts. 48071

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(248) 967-7660

St. John Health System, Moross

22101 Moross, Detroit 48236

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(313) 343-7000

St. John Providence

16001 W. Nine Mile Rd., Southfield 48075

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(248) 849-8816

Hospital Care

In some situations, hospital care may be needed to stabilize a crisis.  Hospital care may be needed if a person is at immediate risk of harming him/herself or someone else, or if the person's lack of understanding about the need for treatment places him or her at immediate risk of harm.  Some examples might be if a person makes a threat to hurt themselves or someone else, or if the person stops bathing or eating, if they stop taking medications to manage a psychiatric condition, or if they take excessive risks.

If you think hospital care may be needed, or if you aren't sure, call or go to the UBHC.  We will help you sort it out, and we will help arrange hospital care if it is needed.


Henry Ford Macomb, Mt. Clemens Campus

215 N. Ave., Mt. Clemens 48043

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(586) 466-9895