Mental Health

The following is a list of potentially available resources.

 

Health Services ACCESS
Health Services Access is the central entry point for all Medicaid-eligible and indigent (uninsured) adults and children requesting Mental Health, Public Health and/or Substance Abuse information and services in Washtenaw County. Callers may receive health information and/or referrals to a variety of community services. Individuals seeking mental health or substance abuse treatment services receive a comprehensive screening completed by a professional Social Worker or Public Health Nurse. Although the majority of screenings are done over the phone, every effort is made to accommodate any special needs callers may have.

(734) 544-3050 or 1 (800) 440-7548

 

 Psychiatric Emergency Services
(@ UM Hospital):
24 hour walk-ins and hotline. If you need help ASAP, this is the place! Psychiatric Emergency Services is a joint program between the University of Michigan and the Washtenaw Community Health Organization (WCHO) serving the residents of Washtenaw County and the patients of the University of Michigan Health System. Psychiatrists and other mental health professionals provide emergency assistance for adults, children, and families in crisis 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

1500 E. Medical Center Dr.,
Ann Arbor, MI 48109 (located on Level B1 of the Medical Center, adjacent to the Medical Emergency Department)
(734) 936-5900

 

VA Medical Center

Offers physical and mental health treatment to veterans.

2215 Fuller Road
Ann Arbor, MI 48105
(734) 769-7100

 

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