COVID-19 Support Line
The COVID-19 Support Line is available Monday thru Friday, 8:30 am – 4:30 pm. Staffed by mental health professionals, individuals struggling with anxiety, depression, feeling overwhelmed, care-giving, financial hardship, burnout, or simply feeling isolated and needing to talk can call for free and confidential support can call for free and confidential support. This service is available to anyone in the county. For emergency crisis intervention contact our 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, Mobile Crisis Unit.

COVID-19 Support Line
Call: (810) 985-8900
Text: (810) 956-6335
Mobile Crisis Unit: (810) 966-2575

Bridge Builders Counseling & Mentoring
(810) 987-8772
Taking crisis calls for single parents needing emergency support Monday thru Friday 9:00 am – 3:00 pm. Calls will be returned within 24 hours. They are also providing online support groups via Zoom on Thursday’s with POPs at 10:00 am (see Facebook) and Single & Parenting class at 12:30 pm on Facebook live. They are making referrals.

Catholic Charities of Southeast Michigan
(810) 987-9100
CCSEM is providing counseling services via telehealth.  Our office is currently closed to the public.  Those needing counseling services can call.  We have staff answering phones and checking messages regularly.

Mental Health Support Line
(888) 271-2350

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Colonial Woods Christian Counseling Centers
(810) 984-5575
Since 1983, they have been offering services to children, teens, adults, older adults, couples, and families for those in need.  They also offer support groups for Divorce Care, Grief Share, Parenting, and Widowed Support.  During the COVID-19 pandemic they are offering counseling through telehealth services and accept most insurances.  Please call the office to schedule an appointment by calling 810-984-5575 or via email at  To view their staff and full range of services then please visit their website.

New Oakland Family Centers
(800) 395-3223
New Oakland Family Centers remains open for FACE to FACE program and outpatient services during the current response to COVID-19. We have also implemented an extensive teletherapy program enabling outpatient service as well as psychiatric evaluations and medication reviews to be provided remotely.


NorServ Group Ltd.
(810) 329-4798
Open for business via telehealth and in person for those sessions already scheduled. Clinician’s are available and working from home or the office utilizing telehealth services, by appointment. Contact your clinician for an appointment utilizing the agency’s phone directory and leaving voicemails on direct extensions. Information can also be found on the NorServ Group, Ltd Facebook page.

Professional Counseling Center
(810) 984-4202
PCC’s OP facility is closed to the general public, but they are providing telecommunication services at this time and accepting new referrals. Their DHHS programs and CHM home base programs are up and running via telecommunication.  Thier staff are available for crisis situations and are accepting new referrals.  Psychiatric services remain open (on site) for current clients.  Telecommunication is being done at this time for their nurse practitioner  and doctor. New Outpatient intakes can call PCC.  DHHS and CHM referrals come through the referral source.


St. Clair County Community Mental Health
Central Intake: (810) 985-8900
Access Screening: (888) 225-4447
Hours: 8:30 am – 5:00 pm Monday thru Friday
We are closed to the general public, only open for prescheduled medication reviews. Anyone in need of CMH services can call the Region 10 Access Line. If you have an Intake appointment scheduled, please call the Central Intake line and ask to speak to an Intake worker.

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