Clinical Practices

Clinical Practice Guidelines

MCCMH has adopted these guidelines for the disorders that are commonly identified in the people we serve at Macomb County Community Mental Health (MCCMH). Our goal for the Clinical Practice Guidelines is to provide both clinicians and the community a reference to the standards of care used by MCCMH based on the most current resources available in the field of behavioral healthcare. MCCMH is now using the 25th edition of the MCG Behavioral Health Care Guidelines, which houses thousands of research-supported standards for clinical care as the reference source for clinical practice guidelines.  

For Adults

Clinical Practice Guideline – Major Depressive Disorder (January 2024)

Clinical Practice Guideline – Schizophrenia (January 2024)

Clinical Practice Guideline – Bipolar (May 2022)

For Children

Clinical Practice Guideline – ADHD And Disruptive Behaviors (January 2024)

Clinical Practice Guideline – PTSD (May 2022)

Effective March 31, 2024, live Customer Service agents will be available Monday – Friday 8:00 am-8:00 pm (closed all county holidays, except New Year’s Day).

There will be a phone tree available after-hours to guide callers accordingly.

The Crisis Center will still be available 24/7/365 to assist callers experiencing a mental health crisis at 988 or 586-307-9100.