SCCMHA enjoys a number of business relationships in the Saginaw community which benefit consumers and/or contribute to local planning & program development.

Network Providers


Service Provider Network Directory
SCCMHA Primary Provider Directory

Residential Services

Saginaw County Community Licensed Residential Provider Directory
Residential Bed Vacancy Report


Sentri Add/Remove Staff Form


FY23 Individual Home Demographics
MSHN Region 5 Provider Application

Network Services Provider Manual

FY23 Network Services Provider Manual January 2023 Update
FY23 Network Services Provider Manual October 2022 Update
FY22 Network Services Provider Manual
FY22 Network Services Provider Manual January 2022 Update
FY'22 Network Services Provider Manual April 2022 Update
FY'22 Network Services Provider Manual July 2022 Update

SCCMHA Provider Training Requirements

Minimum Training Requirements Grid

SCCMHA Provider Newsletter

December 2022
September 2022
June 2022
March 2022
December 2021


Annual Audit Scores 2020-2021
Annual Audit Scores 2019-2020
Annual Audit Scores 2018-2019

Auditing Checklists

Autism Regional Reciprocity FY22
Children's Case Management/Outpatient
CLS - Corporate
CLS - Individual/Respite
Crisis Residential Services
Crisis Staffing
Drop In
Enhanced Health Services
Enhanced Outpatient Services
Family Support Subsidy
Licensed Residential FY22
Other Audit Types
Prevention Direct Services
Prisoner Reentry
Self Determination
Shelter Plus Care
Skill Building
Substance Abuse
Supported Employment
Supports Coordination and Case Management

Other Key Partners

Michigan Department of Health and Human Services
Michigan Department of Corrections
Saginaw County Community Corrections
Saginaw County Drug Treatment Court

Mental Health courts are an innovative alternative to incarceration with emphasis on accountability and intensive monitoring for individuals charged with felonies.­ The Saginaw County Mental Health Court (MHC) removes defendants from the crowded courtrooms of the traditional criminal justice system and places them in a new type of courtroom environment.­ In this environment, they undergo treatment and counseling, make regular appearances before the judge, and are monitored closely for program compliance.­ While Mental Health Courts may vary statewide in scope, organization and points of intervention, all share an underlying premise that crime committed by a mentally ill person is not simply a law enforcement or criminal justice problem but a public health problem.­ Mental Health Court programs see the court, specifically the judge, as filling a role that goes beyond that of adjudication.

The program is a diversion opportunity for misdemeanor offense and some felony offenders who are mentally ill and have not been successful in their compliance with treatment.­ The program consists of frequent appearances before the MHC judge, mandatory mental health programming, regular visits with the Probation Officer, substance treatment for those co-occurring substance use disorders, and substance abuse testing.­ For more information, contact Nigela Disha Cotton, SCCMHA Jail Diversion Specialist at or at (989) 797-3578