Do you need help? If you are having a medical emergency, call 911 or go to the nearest emergency room.
If you are having a mental health emergency and need to talk with someone immediately, contact your local Community Mental Health (CMH) Crisis Center.
Crisis Center Contact Information
Allegan County CMH
CMH Services of Muskegon County
West Michigan CMH
A “mental health emergency” is:
- When a person is experiencing symptoms and behaviors that can reasonably be expected to lead him/her to harm self or another;
- Because of his/her inability to meet his/her basic needs she/he is at risk of harm;
- The person’s judgment is so impaired that he/she is unable to understand the need for treatment and that his/her condition is expected to result in harm to him/herself or another individual.
CMH Crisis Lines are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. If you have a mental health emergency, you should seek help right away.
Do you need to access services?
Hope Network Developmental and Community Services has provided supports and services to individuals with intellectual/developmental disabilities for over 50 years. We take pride on our years of experience in assisting individuals in identifying their unique abilities in reaching their highest potential. You are welcome to contact a staff to help you determine your needs or to get you started with services:
- Supports Coordination
- Outpatient Services
- Specialized Residential Services
- Community Living Supports
- Vocational Services
- Other Support Services
You can contact us by phone, fax, or email here.