Saginaw County Community Mental Health (SCCMHA) is a local, independent, governmental unit serving the greater Saginaw County area, a Community Mental Health Services Program and has been a mental health authority under contract with the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services since October 1, 1997.
Access & Eligibility
Central Access and Intake is the first stop for anyone wishing to receive services from SCCMHA. Located at 500 Hancock in Saginaw, we welcome you to call or walk-in for professional, caring and confidential help.
Crisis Intervention Services
SCCMHA's Crisis Intervention Services provide help 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Adults with Mental Illness
Services to adults with mental illness are provided to assist and promote recovery, personal choice and responsibility, and community inclusion. Using a person centered process, supports are designed and provided to help the individual reach their personal recovery goals.
Children with Emotional Disorders
Professionals will work with you to decide what services and providers are most appropriate for your needs. This includes determining your eligibility, since many programs have their own clinical eligibility criteria. Service decisions are made through a Family Centered Planning Process.
Children & Adults with Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities
A variety of supports and services are available, with a focus on promoting individual choice, community inclusion opportunitites, and innovation, effectiveness and efficiency in all practice. Treatment Planning is done through a Person Centered/ Family Centered Process.
Persons with a Primary Substance Use Disorder
Navigating through services available to Persons with a Primary Substance Use Disorder can be complicated, we are here to assist. Persons seeking services for a substance abuse disorder should contact SCCMHA Central Access & Intake at 989.797.3559.
Customer Service staff are here to assist customer concerns and questions in an effective, efficient and timely manner. Hours are Monday- Friday, 8 a.m.- 5 p.m. For more information on Customer Service, click here.
When you receive mental health services, Michigan's Mental Health Code, as well as other laws, safeguard your rights. Staff members are responsible to protect your rights when they provide services to you. You are encouraged to ask questions about your treatment and your rights and to make suggestions that you feel are in your best interest. It's your right to be treated with dignity, respect and confidentiality, to not be neglected or abused, to be fully informed about your treatment and participate in its planning, and to have your complaints heard.
Health Home & Wellness Center
The SCCMHA Health Home and Wellness Center at 500 Hancock in Saginaw provides many services supporting a person's health and well-being. Our staff work together with other primary care and specialty care providers to coordinate whole person care.
Genoa Healthcare Pharmacy
We all know that sometimes medications may be prescribed to help us get well and stay well. Pharmacy services provided by Genoa Healthcare are conveniently located at the 500 Hancock location.
Additional Services, Supports & Training
SCCMHA offers many additional services, supports and training for our community, including but not limited to Hispanic Behavioral Health Services, Veterans Navigation Services, Housing & Employment services, and so much more.