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Macomb County Community Mental Health is seeking sealed proposals from interested and qualified parties experienced in providing consulting services for National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA)
For many years there was a fundamental misunderstanding of causes for substance use disorders. Many people viewed this disorder as character flaws or moral failures rather than an illness or disease t
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. With an ongoing pandemic, now of all times is especially important to check in on ourselves and our health. It is imperative that we not only understand what
While depression, anxiety, and thoughts of suicide are things that many Americans struggle with today, being in the midst of a pandemic can heighten these feelings. Mental health expert, Dr. Agnes War
Searching the web for the best data? Where do you start and how do you know the data is valid and free of bias? At MCOSA, we’ve compiled a list of reli
Proposal 1, approved by Michigan voters on November 6, 2018, legalizes the possession and use of marijuana for recreational purposes for residents 21 years or older.
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A Public Health Epidemic
Youth rates of e-cigar
What are we doing to stop the sale of tobacco products to youth and what exactly is the Synar Amendment?
The Synar Amendment vs. Tobacco Products
The Synar Ame
Tips on what to do if you ever find yourself in a crisis.
What You Should Do in a Crisis
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Due to current COVID-19 restrictions and State of Michigan and CDC guidelines, most services are currently occurring via telehealth. Please contact the Access Center at 855-99-MCCMH to connect with services. Children's Mobile Crisis Services are available for in-person assessments as needed by calling the Crisis Center at 586-307-9100.