Enrich lives and promote wellness.
To be a valued/active partner in an integrated system of care that improves the health and wellness of our community.
Partnerships with Consumers; Quality; Community; Effectiveness; Efficiency; and Leadership
Welcome to the Monroe Community Mental Health Authority.
This web site has been prepared to provide you with important information about the services
available to residents of Monroe County, how to request services, and the rights and
responsibilities of consumers of mental health services.
We believe it is important that mental health consumers have information that will help them
make informed decisions about the care and services that they receive. The material contained in
this web site will answer many of the questions that someone may have while becoming familiar with
Agency Staff and Board Links
Monroe Community Mental Health Authority Board Members
Monroe Community Mental Health Authority Employees
Regular business hours are:
Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Evening and Saturday appointments are available
on a pre-arranged basis.
24-hour Emergency Services ensure that help is available to anyone 24
hours a day, seven days a week. A mental health professional can be
reached after regular business hours by calling:
(734) 243-7340 or (800) 886-7340
News and Updates
A message from Michigan's Lt. Governor, Brian Calley:
"I am conducting a survey regarding firsthand experiences with Special Education in Michigan. As you are well aware, each
situation is unique to the child and no two children face the same obstacles. I will take your experience and the experiences
of families across the state and use them to bring about positive changes that make our children’s lives and futures better."
Please take a moment to complete Lt. Governor Calley's survey on Special Education using the following link:
Special Education Survey
Have you heard about the new Healthy Michigan Plan? It works hard so more people can get health insurance.
More than 300,000 people are now able to afford health insurance. Could you be one of them? Do more for your
health today by learning more about the new Healthy Michigan Plan. (Link:
Consumers of Monroe Community Mental Health Authority are encouraged to voice their concerns about any quality of
care and safety issues to Monroe Community Mental Health Authority Customer Services Department at
If you are not satisfied with the response to your complaint, or you would like a different option, Monroe CMHA is
accredited by the Joint Commission and you can file a complaint with The Joint Commission in the following ways:
Online: Joint Commission Complaint
Mail: Office of Quality Monitoring
The Joint Commission
One Renaissance Boulevard
Oakbrook Terrace, Illinois 60181
You can also get a copy of the Joint Commission complaint form by contacting Monroe CMHA Customer Services.