For Our Staff

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

SCCMHA staff are encouraged to submit questions related to Coronavirus (COVID-19) by emailing mailbox COVID19-FAQ@sccmha.org

See Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) document below for a listing of Questions and Answers: 

Communications to Staff from SCCMHA Administration

  • Click here to view the May 21, 2020 Email Update on New Electronic Self-Assessment Tool - Effective 5/26/2020
  • Click here to view the April 28, 2020 Email Update on COVID-19 Employee Screening Process. 
  • Click here to view the April 24, 2020 Governor Whitmer Extends Say Home, Stay Safe Order Communication.
  • Click here to view the April 22, 2020 COVID-19 Test Finder Communication.
  • Click here to view the April 22, 2202 Resources on COVID-19 and Racial & Ethnic Minority Communities.
  • Click here to view the April 17, 2020 New COVID-19 Employee Screening Process.
  • Click here to view the April 9, 2020 SCCMHA COVID-19 Families First Coronavirus Relief Act (FFCRA) document from F. Stahl. 
  • Click here to view the April 9, 2020 Email Update on Essential Staff Requirements while Working in SCCMHA Facilities.
  • Click here to view the April 6, 2020 SCCMHA COVID-19 Mitigation Strategy document from S. Lindsey.
  • Click here to view the March 31, 2020 SCCMHA COVID-19 Operational Changes and Additional Information document from S. Lindsey.

Support for Behavioral Health Workforce During COVID-19

  • Click here to view 'Supporting Emotional Health of Behavioral Health Workforce During COVID-19'
  • Click here to view 'Addressing patients emotional needs during COVID-19 workup and diagnosis: Guidance for Clinicians'.
  • Click here for some ways to connect with emotional-support services without having to leave home.  

Additional Information on Masking

  • Click here for info from CDC on 'Use of Cloth Face Coverings to Help Slow the Spread of COVID-19' which includes simple instructions on making your own mask.
  • Click here to read a recent NYT article 'How NOT to Wear a Mask' which explains how face masks should be used to get the most benefit.
  • Click here for instructions from MiHIA on making your own fabric mask.