Who do I call if I am having problems with Community Mental Health services?

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  • Oakland County Customer Service 800-341-2003
  • Wayne County Consumer Affairs 313-833-2430
  • Macomb County Community Relations 586-469-6958


Oakland County Community Mental Health Authority is a public agency.  They serve Oakland County by providing public mental health services to adults with serious mental illness, children with serious emotional disturbances and persons with developmental disabilities.  They believe people are interdependent and equal citizens regardless of ability or disability; thus, encourage not just their service providers, but all citizens, to help individuals with disabilities develop opportunities for supportive reciprocal relationships within the community. For complete information: http://www.occmha.org/index.htm

Wayne County Community Mental Health
 WCCMH supports a community system that provides and manages an array of supports, service, care and treatment that honor choice and advance the quality of community life for adults with severe and persistent mental illness, individuals with developmental disabilities and children with severe emotional disturbance, their families and the community. Their vision is to be a leader in a community that is supportive and embraces individuals with disabilities in community life in a manner that reflects the values, roles and responsibilities of full and meaningful citizenship. For complete information:http://www.dwccmha.com

Macomb County Community Mental Health – Under the direction of the Macomb County Board of Commissioners and the Macomb County Community Mental Health Board, Macomb County Community Mental Health provides a wide variety of mental health treatment and support services to adults and children with mental illness, developmental disabilities, and substance abuse treatment needs. Individual services provided may include assessment; outpatient or home-based treatment; mental health assessment prior to nursing home placement; residential, respite or support services; or other alternatives as determined by individual needs. Service Centers are barrier free. TTY access to the MCCMH system is provided through the Crisis Center, Ombudsman and Office of Recipient Rights. Services are available in American Sign Language, as well as other alternative languages as needed. MCCMH programs and services are accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF).  For completer information:http://www.macombcountymi.gov/communitymentalhealth/Index.htm

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