In Crisis? Suicidal?

If you or someone you know is thinking of suicide or is in emotional distress, please call:

1-800-992-2061

We are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. A caring, trained clinician is waiting to take your call.

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COVID-19 Response

West Michigan Community Mental Health is open for those in need of care. We are dedicated to providing essential mental health and substance use services to Mason, Lake and Oceana counties. All of our services are currently available in a modified format that is in alignment with the current emergency order issued by the Michigan Department of Health & Human Services.

All WMCMH facilities are open to meet the needs of our consumers and the communities we serve. Upon entry to a WMCMH facility, you will receive a COVID-19 screening which includes a temperature check and a series of questions to ensure your recent risk of exposure is low. If you have a scheduled appointment, we ask that you please use our contactless check-in process by calling 1-800-992-2061 from your mobile phone when you arrive to the parking lot of our facility. If you do not have a mobile phone, you may proceed with face-to-face check-in after completing the COVID-19 screening.

WMCMH has established a COVID-19 Response Team comprised of various leaders from throughout our agency. We closely monitor various indicators as we transition through various phases of re-entry. Re-entry requires consistent decreases to local cases, increased access to local testing, and changes to executive orders and recommendations set forth by the local health department, MDHHS and CDC.

WMCMH will continue to provide care for those with a mental health crisis. If you or someone you know is in crisis, is suicidal, having trouble coping, or feeling emotionally overwhelmed, please contact our 24-hour mental health crisis stabilization hotline at 1-800-992-2061.

If you are feeling physically ill, please contact your primary care physician.