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2280 East Grand River
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501 West Grand River
Fowlerville, MI 48836
(517) 223-1393
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Engagement Center
2020 East Grand River, Suite 102
Howell, MI 48843
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Important Notice

Any person who has concerns about the safety or quality of care provided by Livingston County Community Mental Health Authority may report these concerns to The Joint Commission.

Contact The Joint Commission any of the following ways:

Office of Quality and Patient Safety
The Joint Commission
One Renaissance Blvd
Oakbrook Terrace, IL, 60181

(630) 792-5636


Online: Click here

Posted: 09/18/2006
Updated: 10/04/201








Livingston County Community Mental Health Authority
Tuesday, October 19, 2021, 6:00 p.m.
LCCMHA will be hosting a hybrid in-person and virtual Zoom meeting for the public. The public may participate in LCCMHA’s Zoom Meeting using the following information:
Please click here for information and agenda

Livingston County's Lake Chemung


About Us

Livingston County Community Mental Health Authority is located in Livingston County, Michigan, between Detroit and Lansing.

We provide emergency services, assessment, health and medication services, client services management, individual and group therapy, assertive community treatment, older adult services, respite, substance abuse services, community supported living, wraparound and psychosocial rehabilitation.

Our staff includes trained and licensed social workers; psychologists; psychiatrists; occupational, physical, and speech therapists; nurses; support staff; administrators and others who maintain professional licensure or certification as required by law.

We are accredited by The Joint Commission.

Our Organizational purpose

To create individualized pathways to wellness, resilience, recovery and self-determination

Our Vision

A healthy and rewarding life in the community for everyone

Our Guiding Values and Assets

WELCOMING ENVIRONMENT: All people with whom we come in contact will feel welcomed, understood, respected and valued.

INTEGRATED CARE: To ensure improved health and well-being of the whole person, we collaborate to offer a wide range of individualized and integrated services and supports.

PARTNERING: To ensure that services are accessible, integrated and effective, we develop and maintain strong partnerships.

COMMUNITY BENEFIT: To increase our community’s capacity to successfully support its members, we dedicate resources to the provision of information, consultation and opportunities for skill-building.

STEWARDSHIP OF RESOURCES: We ethically and economically manage all resources entrusted to us.

COMMUNITY INCLUSION: The most rewarding outcomes occur when people make use of a network of supports and are served in a community setting tailored to their strengths, needs, abilities and preferences.

CLINICAL EXCELLENCE: We strive to provide interventions which are the best match to people's needs, are evidenced-based and are delivered by dedicated staff.

INNOVATION AND IMPROVEMENT: Our commitment to continuous organizational and personal growth forms the basis for the most effective management and provision of services.

















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