Due to current COVID-19 restrictions and State of Michigan and CDC guidelines, most services are currently occurring via telehealth. Mobile crisis services are available for in-person assessments as needed by calling the Access Center at 586-948-0222.
A crisis could range in meaning. For example, a situation could develop due to getting in trouble with the law or injuring yourself accidentally. A situation could also become a crisis situation if you find yourself developing a plan to take your own life or are considering hurting others. No matter the reason, a crisis situation is defined as a stressful time in an individual’s life when they experience a breakdown or disruption in their usual or normal daily activities or family functioning.
MCCMH offers several resources to Macomb County residents. Our Open Access program helps resolve crisis situations by offering same-day or next-day services, including crisis response, family support, links to resources, and help accessing mental health services and alternatives.
If you are facing a crisis and want immediate face-to-face help or if you feel like you might need to go to the hospital, please call the Access Center at 586-948-0222 or walk-in. Calls are completely confidential and free to anyone in Macomb County. Anyone can walk-in to our Access Center for an assessment from Monday to Friday between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. at the following locations:
MCCMH North— 43740 North Groesbeck Hwy, Clinton Township, MI 48036
MCCMH East— 25401 Harper Ave, St. Clair Shores, MI 48081
Assessments can also be conducted over the phone from 8 a.m. to 7:45 p.m. by dialing our Access Center at 586-948-0222.
The MCCMH Crisis Line also provides 24-hour confidential counseling. If you or someone you know is in a crisis and wants to speak with one of our trained crisis interventionalists, please dial 586-307-9100.
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The crisis line is open 24/7. If you or someone you know is in a crisis and wants to speak with one of our trained crisis interventionalists, please dial 586-307-9100.
If you feel that you or someone is an immediate danger to self or others, call 911. Remember to mention that the person is suffering from a mental illness.
Macomb County CMH complies with state and federal rules and regulations regarding patient confidentiality which will be further discussed once treatment begins.
Suicide does not discriminate. People of all genders, ages, and ethnicities can be at risk. However, the main risk factors for suicide are:
The behaviors listed below may be signs that someone is thinking about suicide.