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Mental Health

Crisis Line

988 Suicide and Crisis Hotline

Available 24/7

Hotline/Chat can be used in crisis situations for mental health, suicide prevention, assistance in finding local support, and for those concerned about the mental health of a loved one. All lifelines and online chats are free of charge.

988 Suicide & Crisis lifeline can assist individuals with neurodivergence, veterans, black mental health, maternal mental health, youth, disaster survivors, Native Americans & Alaskan Natives, loss survivors, LGBTQ+, attempt survivors, deaf, hard of hearing and hearing loss, and ayuda en Español

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Hotlines/Chats are available for free and are confidential. Please check time schedule for resource

Hotlines, Emergency Services, and Resources.pdf

Hotlines and State Resources.pdf


Mental Health Resources

Mental health services in Michigan are coordinated through local Community Mental Health (CMH) Services Programs. To access a list of contact information for your local program, click HERE (This will redirect you to the MDHHS website).

Community Mental Health has access to Medicaid paid benefits that other mental health providers do not, such as higher or unlimited appointments, respite services, and other specialized programs including:

  • Mental health services for adults and children
  • Individual and group therapy
  • Referrals to other agencies for services

Community Mental Health priority populations are:

  • Persons with serious mental illness, serious emotional disturbance (SED), intellectual/developmental disability or addictive disorders
  • Persons with Medicaid
  • Persons who meet the qualifications above that are under insured

Must meet medical necessity criteria outlined in the Medicaid Provider Manual
Community Mental Health services that can support child welfare youth:

  • Waiver for children with SED
  • Wraparound or case management services
  • Intensive crisis stabilization services for children – see local CMH website for phone numbers.

Questions? Contact Claudine Falkowski at or 517.335.6592