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Washtenaw County Community Mental Health

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8:30 AM
5:00 PM
Area Served
Washtenaw County

Counselors available any time day or night for emergency assistance over the phone or in
person. Provides some residential services; serves the homeless.
Screening process determines eligibility.

Age Requirement
Additional Eligibility Requirements

Serves people with Medicaid insurance, or people enrolled in the MIChild or Health Michigan Plan (HMP), or individuals who have no insurance and cannot pay for service. Most people who have other insurance will be referred to agencies that are connected to their insurance group. Under special circumstances, some people who have insurance will be served. Must be Washtenaw County resident. Fees based on ability to pay. Accepts Medicaid. Have language line for languages other than English. Call or visit website for information about additional locations. For people enrolled in Medicaid, HMP, or MIChild and meet the criteria for the specialty mental health and substance use disorder services, the authorized treatment will be covered and no fees will be charged. For a Medicaid beneficiary with a deductible (“spend-down”) as determined by the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS), s/he may be responsible for a portion of the service costs. No one will be denied services because they cannot afford it.

Fee Structure
Languages Spoken
English, Spanish
Special Support
People with Disabilities
Organization Type
Government Agency
Other Notes

Agencies may have changed their hours, adjusted their services, or temporarily closed due to Covid 19. Call ahead before visiting agencies.

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