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Additional Resources

Additional Crisis Services Resources

We care about you and your family's well-being.  Mental health is just as important as physical health.  If you or someone you know are struggling, don't turn away!  Help is available - right now!

The list below can help point you in the right direction to get the immediate and long term help you need.

Veteran Crisis Line

Are you a Veteran in crisis or concerned about one?  The Veterans Crisis Line is here for you. You don't have to be enrolled in VA benefits or health care to call.

Saginaw County Community Mental Health Authority Crisis Intervention Services

(989) 792-9732 24 hours a day including weekends and holidays


(800) 233-0022 24 hours a day including weekends and holidays

SCCMHA provides crisis services 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.­ During regular business hours, crisis services are available on site at 500 Hancock, First Floor Crisis Center.­

After-hours emergency crisis services are available at the Covenant Emergency Room, which is staffed with SCCMHA Crisis Intervention Services staff.­ Crisis staff members not only respond to emergency phone requests through a Crisis Hotline, but also perform hospital pre-admission screening and provide crisis stabilization services to those consumers who need this type of help.

For more information, visit the Saginaw County Community Mental Health Authority website at

Suicide Resource and Response Network

(989) 781-5260

For more information on this local organization, please visit  

or watch the

Suicide Resource and Response Network Video

Michigan Crisis and Access Line

This website includes a partial list of crisis lines across Michigan and the United States that are designed to support people with specific experiences, including:

Sexual Assault

Coalition to End Domestic and Sexual Violence

Help for Domestic Violence

Problem Gambling

Native American Outreach Services

Veteran Services

And more...

We are proud of our longstanding history as a responsible business partner that works to contribute positvely to the mental health and wellbeing of the people throughout the communities we serve. In a word, it is paramount. The list above is purposely not exhaustive. It is, however, meant to serve as a critical lifeline in a crisis and additional information for help over time. The professionals at these organizations and agencies can help turn a crisis into long-term understanding, acceptance and living well again.

It only takes a single call or text to get immediate help.