Emergency/Crisis Services

Need help right now? We have a crisis hotline to help you with your mental health or substance abuse problems 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. call 1-800-622-3967

Inquire About Mental Health or Substance Abuse Services (non-emergency)

For individuals seeking supports and services from Community Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services of St. Joseph County (CMHSAS-SJC), you can call our Access Center at (269) 467-1000 and speak with someone about your needs. All calls are private and confidential

Building Closure

In the event of extreme inclement weather, CMHSAS-SJC will follow the lead of the County Courthouse for closing offices.  News will be carried on radio FM 99.3 WBET/Sturgis, FM 95.9 WLKM/Three Rivers or TV Channel 3 WWMT

Recipient Rights

As a customer of CMHSAS-SJC, you are entitled to certain rights guaranteed by law. To find out more or to report if you feel that your rights have been violated, contact the Recipient Rights office.

CEO and Executive Staff

Click on link to speak to a department head, find their department or name.

CustomerService

Have questions? Want to make some comments? Need a speaker for your organization? Looking to join a life improvement group? Call our Customer Services department and they will gladly help you!

Corporate Compliance

Contact Information: Email: ComplianceOfficer@stjoecmh.org Judi Hall at 269.467.1001 x 320 PHIP HOTLINE: 1-800-783-0914 Corporate Compliance Program

FOIA Requests 

The Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) – 1976 PA 442; MCL 15.231 et seq.; MSA 4.1801(1) — became effective April 13, 1977, and states that it is the public policy of the State of Michigan that all persons, except those persons incarcerated in state or local correctional facilities, are entitled to full and complete information regarding the affairs of government and the official acts of those who represent them as public officials and public employees consistent with this Act. The Act outlines procedures for requesting information, the fee for public records, information that is exempt from disclosure, etc. Terry Cropper has been appointed as the Freedom of Information Coordinator for CMHSAS-SJC. You may submit your FOIA request to Terry Cropper, Executive Administrator  to CEO, 677 E. Main Suite A, Centreville MI, 49032 or Email: tcropper@stjoecmh.org

Send Us A Message

Please contact us if you have any questions/concerns, feedback for us or would like to make an appointment. Community Mental Health & Substance Abuse Services of St. Joseph County 677 E. Main Suite A, Centreville MI, 49032 Phone: (269) 467-1000

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