Shiawassee County Community Mental Health Authority (SCCMHA) is pleased to welcome you to our family of services. We provide assistance to individuals seeking mental health wellness within Shiawassee County. Our services are available to residents in the community who have Medicaid or are uninsured, underinsured, and who are eligible for services as defined by the Michigan Mental Health Code.

Our programs and activities are governed by a locally appointed Board of Directors. We invite you to attend the SCCMHA monthly board meeting to learn more about our organization, offer comments, and become informed.

Board meetings are held the 4th Monday of each month at 5:30 p.m. at the agency located at 1555 Industrial Drive in Owosso, Michigan, unless otherwise posted.

Directions & Map

Please take a moment to read our Mission, Vision, and Values Statements

Shiawassee County Community Mental Health Authority uses Purple Technology for Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing © technology to assist Deaf and hard-of-hearing individuals a means to communicate over video desktop and mobile devices with a hearing individual in real time using American Sign Language (ASL) interpreters. This service is free to Deaf and hard-of-hearing consumers. Click this link http://purple.us/trynow to gain access to the "Purple" website and download the appropriate free application to meet your individual needs.

You're Invited

Our Consumer Advisory Committee meets every other month to actively involve the individuals we serve, along with their support persons, in the operation of our agency and in improving their experience with SCCMHA.

If you have any questions or would like to attend please contact Customer Services at cs@shiacmh.org
or call 989-723-6791 ext 4783

Veterans Crisis Line  National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

11th Annual Walk a Mile Rally


Art Contest Announcement

The Shiawassee County Community Mental Health Authority (SCCMHA) is inviting Shiawassee County residents to participate in an Art Contest in celebration of our 50th anniversary as an agency providing mental health services to local residents.

Eating Disorder Awareness Month

Eating disorders are serious and complex mental illnesses that do not discriminate and affect men and women alike. Since February is National Eating Disorders Awareness Month it serves as an opportunity to bring light to these potentially life-threatening mental illnesses.

Health Benefits with 5-2-1-0


Mental Health Prevention and Early Intervention


SCCMHA 2014 in Review


SCCMHA 50th Anniversary Article Argus Press


The Developing Years


The Early Years


The Mid Years


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