Community Partners

Washtenaw County Community Mental Health

Washtenaw County Community Mental Health (WCCMH) serves over 5,000 individuals annually including adults with serious mental illness, youth with serious emotional disturbance, individuals with co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders, and individuals with intellectual or developmental disabilities across their lifespan. WCCMH offers treatment from a multi-disciplinary team that can include case management, nursing, therapy, psychiatry, and peer support specialists. In addition to the onsite treatment services, urgent and emergent behavioral health services are available to all community members through the WCCMH mobile crisis team 24 hours per day, 7 days per week. WCCMH is also a Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic (CCBHC) which is available to any individual in need of care, including but not limited to, people with serious mental illness, serious emotional disturbance, long term chronic addiction, mild or moderate mental illness and substance use disorders and complex health profiles. These services are provided regardless of ability to pay. WCCMH also has teams that provide mental health services in the jail, for those that are homeless, and those in specialty mental health courts. Mid-2022 WCCMH also became a MDHHS Behavioral Health Home partner and is providing care coordination services to those that are eligible based on diagnosis and are covered by Medicaid.

“WCCMH has been a hublet with the SIM/MiCC project from the very beginning. MiCC has strengthened the relationship between the social services, health systems, and primary care providers in the Washtenaw/Livingston communities." - Brandie Hagaman | Washtenaw County Community Mental Health
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