Mental Health Resources

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Mental Health

Choose an organization or program from the right-hand side of this page to begin your search for mental health resources.

Common Ground Sanctuary
Operates a 24-hour crisis hot line that offers referrals to dozens of mental health service agencies.
Phone: (248) 456-0909 or (800) 231-1127

Michigan Protection and Advocacy Services
This agency has a federal mandate to protect the rights of people served by Community Mental Health, to advocate on their behalf and investigate complaints.
Phone: (800) 288-5923

Mental Health Association in Michigan
Works toward improved care and treatment of the mentally ill.
Phone: (248) 647-1711

The National Alliance for the Mentally Ill of Michigan
Maintains a helpline for information on mental illnesses and referrals to local support and advocacy groups.
Phone: (800) 331-4264

Michigan Association for Children With Emotional Disorders
Works with families to devise appropriate treatment plans for each child and family.
Phone: (248) 552-0044

Association for Children's Mental Health
A network of support groups and services for families and children in Michigan.
Phone: (800)782-0883

The Arc Michigan
Works to empower people with developmental disabilities.
Phone: (800) 292-7851

Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services
Investigates some complaints about treatment facilities that receive Medicare and Medicaid funding.
Phone: (410) 786-3000

The National Mental Health Consumers' Self-Help Clearinghouse
Promotes and helps to develop consumer-run self-help groups across the country.
Phone: (800)553-4539

National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependency in Michigan
Working to reduce alcoholism and other drug problems in Michigan.
Phone: (800) 344-3400

Rose Hill Center
Residential treatment and rehabilitation program for adults with serious mental illnesses.
Phone: (248) 634-5530
Sources: United States Department of Health and Human Services Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration; Michigan Department of Community Mental Health



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