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Community Mental Health

  • Are you in crisis?
    If you, or someone you know, is in a mental health crisis please call our Helpline at 866-512-4357.

    You can contact the Crisis Center/Helpline for reasons such as:

    • Suicidal Thoughts
    • Information on Suicide
    • Information on Mental Health/Illness
    • Substance Abuse/Addiction
    • To Help a Friend or Loved One

    *If the person is a danger to themselves or others contact 911 for assistance. If you are not in crisis and are looking to access mental health services for yourself or someone you know please contact the Access Center at 877-588-4357 or TTY 616-494-5508.

Within Our Reach

Concrete approaches to building a world class public mental health system in Michigan


  1. Build upon the strengths of Michigan's nationally recognized county-based public mental health system
  2. Focus on areas where continual advancement is needed and for which concrete solutions exist and can be readily strengthened and expanded

A Tradition of Excellence and Innovation: Measuring the Performance of Michigan’s Public Mental Health System

This paper underscores the very high levels of performance that Michigan’s public mental health system, in partnership with the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS), has demonstrated, over decades, on a number of dimensions of healthcare quality and innovation.

Center for Healthcare Integration and Innovation Study

COVID-19 and Mental Health

Increased stress and anxiety related to the current COVID-19 outbreak is normal and expected. It is important that you take care of your mental health during this time. Simple things like taking a walk, deep breathing, and taking an occasional time out from the news and media are good ways to give yourself a break and relax. There is plenty of information out there about ways to cope with stress including this article from the CDC.

Taking care of your mental health needs is very important during the COVID-19 pandemic. Many people are feeling anxious, scared, stressed out, and angry. Kids might feel confused and disoriented due to changes in their routine. Parents are feeling overwhelmed. Social distancing can cause people to feel lonely and disconnected. There are many resources available in Ottawa County to help individuals and families get through these tough times. Most of these services are available through telehealth or online. Telehealth means services, such as counseling or case management, are provided by phone, email, or virtual meetings instead of face to face.

Individuals who feel they are in a mental health crisis and need help immediately are encouraged to call Community Mental Health of Ottawa County’s 24-hour Crisis Line at 866-512-4357 or TTY 711.

Other emergency contacts include:

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
800-273-8255

Crisis Text Line
Text HOME to 741741

Individuals who are not in crisis and need mental health counseling are encouraged to contact CALL 2-1-1 for referrals and information.

The following organizations are providing ongoing mental health supports by using telehealth and/or online services:

Arbor Circle
616-456-6571
info@arborcirclce.org
www.arborcircle.org
Accepting new clients. Services offered in English and Spanish.

Beacon of Hope
616-594-5380 Ext. 101
www.beaconhope.net
Accepting new clients

Central Wesleyan Church
616-392-7083
Celebrate Recovery
www.facebook.com/centralcr/
www.centralwesleyan.org

City on a Hill Health Clinic
616-748-6009
www.coahm.org
Accepting new clients.

Community Mental Health of Ottawa County
616-393-5681
cmhaccescenter@miottawa.org
www.miottawa.org/cmh
Accepting new clients. Services offered in English and Spanish.

Developmental Enhancement
616-499-2218
www.debh.org
Accepting new clients.

Holland Behavioral Health
616-355-3926
www.hollandhospital.org
Accepting new clients. Services offered in English and Spanish.

Momentum Center
616-414-9111
hello@momentumcentergh.org
www.momentumcentergh.org
Accepting new members.

Mosaic Counseling
616-842-9160
info@mosaiccounseling.com
www.mosaiccounseling.com
Accepting new clients. Services offered in English and Spanish.

Resilience: Advocates for Ending Violence
800-848-5991
GinnyP411@gmail.com
www.resiliencemi.org
Accepting new clients. Services offered in English and Spanish.

Winning At Home
616-772-1733
www.winningathome.com
Accepting new clients in Holland and Zeeland locations. Services offered in English and Spanish.


About CMHOC

Community Mental Health (CMH) is a public provider of services for people with intellectual/developmental disabilities, serious mental illness, and/or substance use disorders. Our programs and activities are governed by a Board of Directors.Our services are available to residents of Ottawa County who have Medicaid or are uninsured, and who are eligible for services as defined by the Michigan Mental Health Code. We are CARF accredited for 12 programs.

2020 Annual Report

  • Social Recreational Programs

    CMHOC is pleased to offer four different social and recreational programs for adults with disabilities who live in Ottawa County. Social and recreational activities help to enhance an individual's health and well-being and play an important role in bringing meaning to one's life. These programs are being funded by the mental health millage that was passed by Ottawa County voters in March, 2016 and will help to replace some of the opportunities lost due to funding cuts. Staying connected to friends and avoiding isolation is important for all people, especially the most vulnerable in our community. Involvement in the social and recreational programs is voluntary and will not impact a person’s medically necessary Medicaid services. These services are intended to add opportunities and choices for people with disabilities throughout the community.

    CMHOC is contracting with four agencies to operate social and recreation programs in each quadrant of Ottawa County. Each program has their own calendar and advanced registration is required. Some of the activities being offered include dance and exercise classes, bowling, movie nights, sporting events, and museum visits. If someone is interested in attending one of the programs they can contact that organization directly. The contact information is listed below.

    Grand Haven/Spring Lake - Momentum Center (714 Columbus, Grand Haven, MI 49417) Check out the website to learn more about happenings at https://momentumcentergh.org/. Momentum Center will be celebrating their grand opening on April 20, 2017. Visit their website or Facebook page to learn more or call 616-414-9111.

    Coopersville/Allendale - Heritage Homes Social Rec Program is offering a variety of activities. If you are interested in attending check out their Facebook page or website to learn more about what is being offered. If you are interested in attending, visit their website to learn how to get connected to their program at http://www.heritagehomesinc.org/social-rec-program.html or call 616-384-3479.

    Hudsonville/Jenison - Ikus Life Enrichment Services: R.E.C. Connect is offering a variety of activities check out their Facebook page or visit their website to learn about what is being offered. If you are interested in attending visit their website to learn how to get connected to their program at http://ikuslife.org/rec-connect/ or call 616-677-5251 x119.

    Holland - Pioneer Resources: LARC Program is offering a variety of activities in the Holland area check out their website at http://www.pioneerresources.org/leisure-and-recreation-club/ or Facebook page to learn more about LARC. If you are interested in attending call 231-773-5355.

  • News & Events
Mental Health Millage Fiscal Year 2018 Outcome Infographic