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Crisis Center

Crisis Center Programs:

Telephone Crisis Counseling
Specially trained counselors are available by phone to provide support to callers facing any situation.  Counselors listen to your concerns, explore available options, and offer information about community services and resources.

The Macomb County Crisis Center is dedicated to helping people help themselves with any problem, anytime.

Callers who are not comfortable speaking English may ask for their own language. Callers will then be placed on hold and connected with an interpreter.

You do not need to be in crisis to call the Crisis Center. If you need current information about available services in Macomb County, call anytime.

All services provided by the Macomb County Crisis Center are free of charge.

Your call to the crisis center is confidential and private, and you do not have to give your name. You can call the Crisis Center 24/7/365 at:

800-273-TALK                            800-442-HOPE                        586-307-9100  V / TTY


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800-273-TALK (8255)


Macomb County Suicide Prevention Coalition
The Macomb County Suicide Prevention Coalition (MCSPC) is incorporated as a stand-alone charitable organization governed by concerned professionals and citizens. The MCSPC is not a corporate affiliate of either Macomb County Community Mental Health or the County of Macomb.

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