Mental Health

Suicide Prevention & Crisis Hotlines

If You or Someone You Know Is in Crisis and Needs Immediate Help please call 911

The Macomb County Crisis Center
Provided crisis counseling, as well as information and referrals 24-hr/7day a week. The Macomb County Crisis Center is the suicide prevention center for Macomb County. Callers will receive emotional support, help to sort through problems, explore alternatives, and receive information and referrals. Topics covered include active listening, communication skills, a crisis intervention model, grief and loss, sexual assault, mental illness, domestic violence, substance abuse, community resources, and suicide prevention.


WCS support

WCS staff is available to provide mental health support for our students, parents and educators. Appointments are available upon request. Click here for contact information.

Community Resources

  • Care of Southeastern Michigan
    586.541.CARE - 586.541.2273

    Provides personal and family support, offers parenting workshops, anger management classes, employee assistance programs, substance abuse referrals

  • Chaldean Community Foundation
    For medical, psychological and social services. Staff is proficient in English, Arabic, and/or Chaldean.
  • Macomb County Community Mental Health Access Center
    855.996.2264 or 586.948.0222
    Call the Access Center for non-emergency mental health, developmental disability,  or substance use disorder treatment services.
  • Macomb County Crisis Services
    Call anytime 586.307.9100 or 800.442-HOPE
    The Macomb County Telephone Crisis Line offers telephone crisis counseling and resources to help in difficult situations. Telephone crisis services are available to anyone in Macomb County. Calls are confidential and are free.
  • My Strength

    We all have our struggles. Finding support to focus on your emotional health is important. Now you can use web and mobile tools to help you get better and stay mentally strong.

  • Project Light
    WHY USE PROJECT LIGHT? Common life experiences can cause individuals and families to seek help. Some of these experiences include:
    • Life Stressors • Family Concerns • Anxiety • Self-esteem • Depression • Sexual Assault • Relationships • Body Image • Grief/Loss • Work Concerns
    • Individual therapy • Group therapy • Advocacy • Referrals
    Project Light is open to uninsured and insured Michigan residents, 13 years of age or older.
  • Turning Point- Services to End Domestic and Sexual Violence
    24-Hour Hotline 586.463.6990
    Supportive Counseling Services 586.463.4430

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