COVID -19 and MCMHA Services Update

Monroe CMHA considers the health and welfare of our consumers and staff our top priority.

Consequently we are making temporary changes in our service delivery model intended to mitigate the spread of the COVID -19 virus.

    Currently, the clinic remains closed to the public. All appointments are being conducted via tele-health services (video and/or phone). At this time, there is no definitive date for reopening. To speak with someone about services, please call 734-243-7340. In addition, all trainings are cancelled until further notice.
  1. We are asking all consumers who are sick with a fever, cold, flu or respiratory symptoms to reschedule their appointment and not enter our facilities until you have been symptom free for a minimum of 48 hours.  Likewise our Agency staff will be expected to stay home if they display any of these symptoms as well.

  1. If you need to be seen, we ask that you call and speak directly with your case manager who will assist you.
  1. Medication Refills: If you are in need of a medication refill we ask that you contact the Nursing line to request a refill 734.384.0102

What you can do to help protect yourself..
Use good hygiene practices to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and other respiratory diseases.

  • Stay home if you are sick and advise others to do the same.
  • Always cover coughs or sneezes with a tissue or sleeve.
  • Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth with unwashed hands.
  • Wash your hands often with soap and warm water for at least 20 seconds. Use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol if soap and warm water are not available.
  • Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces (computers, keyboards, desks, etc.).

The CDC has provided guidance for preventing the spread of COVID-19 in communities including businesses, community- and faith-based organizations, and childcare organizations and schools.

Always share accurate information about a virus and how it spreads. It is important to remember that stigma and discrimination occur when people associate an infectious disease, such as COVID-19, with a population or nationality. COVID-19 does not target people from specific populations, ethnicities or racial background. Suspected discrimination can be reported to the Michigan Department of Civil Rights.

This is a rapidly evolving situation. For the latest information frequently visit, Michigan.gov/Coronavirus or CDC.gov/Coronavirus

MCMHA has teamed with myStrength to provide tools and resources for coping with the COVID-19 pandemic. For more information, please visit our myStrength information page.