Macomb County Community Mental Health has a wide range of resources for the community. All resources are free and available to be downloaded and printed for use.
Throughout our ‘Help When You Need It’ brochure, you will find an overview of the services that are available to the community. Throughout this document, you’ll also find guided information on how to access MCCMH services along with a list of our walk-in locations throughout Macomb County. To print or download this document, click the link below.
Our ‘Mi Health Link Member’ booklet highlights Michigan’s Mi Health Link program which provides coordinated medical, mental health, and substance use disorder services to residents in Macomb County who are covered by both Medicare and Medicaid. Throughout this booklet, an overview of information regarding Mi Health Link services through MCCMH or our contract agencies will be provided. To print or download this document, click the link below.
Our ‘Notice of Privacy Rights’ flyer discusses how the personal, medical, drug and alcohol information about an individual may be used and disclosed. It also provides information on how one can obtain access to this information and details our commitment to protecting our privacy. To print or download this document, click the link below.
Our ‘Know Your Rights’ booklet discusses information regarding an individual’s rights when receiving mental health services in Michigan. Throughout this booklet, an overview of Michigan’s Mental Health Code, as well as other laws, are detailed to ensure that an individual’s rights are protected. Guidance will also be provided for individuals who believe that their rights have been violated. To print or download this document, click the link below.
Our ‘Second Opinion and Appeal Rights’ brochure details information on how to file and resolve a concern or grievance, request a Medicaid Fair Hearing, or request a second opinion for individuals who have received services through MCCMH. It also includes resources that are available to help resolve these concerns or requests. To print or download this document, click the link below.
In mediation, a neutral third party will guide you through a confidential communication, information sharing and decision-making process. The mediator ensures that all parties have a voice and that there is a power balance at the table. If a settlement is reached, the mediators will work with you to assist you in writing an enforceable agreement that is crafted by the parties. You do not lose any of your due process rights (i.e., local appeal, grievance/complaint, etc.) participating in mediation.