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Annual Report - FY16

Annual Report Art Contest Winner

This year’s winner of the Community Mental Health for Central Michigan (CMHCM) Annual Report Art Contest is Ashlie McCormick from Midland County. Ms. McCormick’s art was selected by the CMHCM Consumer Action Committee from a number of entries. All the artists who participate in the contest currently receive or have received mental health services. We wish to express our appreciation to all who entered the contest and congratulate Ms. McCormick.

Mission, Vision, Values

Mission

To promote community inclusion and optimal recovery through provision of comprehensive and quality integrated services to individuals with a mental illness, developmental disability, and/or substance use disorder.

Vision

Communities where all individuals experience fulfilled lives.

Values

  • The dignity and worth of each individual
  • Consumer involvement and empowerment                                   
  • Person-centered planning and self-determination
  • Behavioral and physical health integration
  • Prevention and wellness       
  • Diversity
  • Advocacy and public education
  • Community inclusion
  • Responsiveness to local community needs
  • High quality services that are affordable and accessible
  • Creativity, innovation, and evidence-based practices
  • Competent staff and providers
  • Continuous quality improvement
  • Participative management
  • Ethical practices
  • Efficient utilization of resources
  • Fiscal integrity

Annual Message

The Board of Directors and staff of Community Mental Health for Central Michigan (CMHCM) are pleased to present the 2016 Annual Report. Year after year, CMHCM finds the dedication and support of staff and community partners invaluable to fulfilling our common goal to support our most vulnerable citizens. The partnerships we enjoy all work to assure safety and quality of life for the people we serve and our communities.

This was a remarkable year in the arena of public mental health policy. The year brought the launch of the Medicaid Final Rule, Workforce Innovations and Opportunity Act, Home and Community-Based Settings Rule, application for consolidation of Medicaid waivers, integrated health initiatives, and the Section 298 public mental health system redesign, to name a few.

Michigan experienced an unprecedented display of the power of advocacy work carried out locally by the CMHCM Board of Directors, County Boards of Commissioners, CMHCM employees, service providers, advocacy groups, consumers, and their friends and families across the state, resulting in a resounding affirmation to retain public governance and oversight of the public mental health system. The behavioral health community, advocates, and its stakeholders stood together as the collective conscience of social justice providing valuable insights resulting in a comprehensive collection of recommendations for the future of Michigan’s public mental health safety net.

Over the years, CMHCM has built a complete continuum of evidence-based services and supports delivered with a heart of compassion that is person-centered, trauma-informed, recovery-oriented, gentle, and respectful of consumer choice and readiness to receive care in a welcoming and safe environment. We live out these principles every day…this is who we are.

It is inherently essential that all consumers experience their sense of personal liberty, individual purpose, and well-being in their journey of recovery and community inclusion. These pursuits are the heart and soul of community mental health.

When determined hearts are set on the good of others, the rewards are great. So with deepest appreciation, thank you for your partnership and commitment to those we serve and their families!

The Board of Directors and staff of Community Mental Health for Central Michigan (CMHCM) are pleased to present the 2016 Annual Report. Year after year, CMHCM finds the dedication and support of staff and community partners invaluable to fulfilling our common goal to support our most vulnerable citizens. The partnerships we enjoy all work to assure safety and quality of life for the people we serve and our communities.

This was a remarkable year in the arena of public mental health policy. The year brought the launch of the Medicaid Final Rule, Workforce Innovations and Opportunity Act, Home and Community-Based Settings Rule, application for consolidation of Medicaid waivers, integrated health initiatives, and the Section 298 public mental health system redesign, to name a few.

Michigan experienced an unprecedented display of the power of advocacy work carried out locally by the CMHCM Board of Directors, County Boards of Commissioners, CMHCM employees, service providers, advocacy groups, consumers, and their friends and families across the state, resulting in a resounding affirmation to retain public governance and oversight of the public mental health system. The behavioral health community, advocates, and its stakeholders stood together as the collective conscience of social justice providing valuable insights resulting in a comprehensive collection of recommendations for the future of Michigan’s public mental health safety net.

Over the years, CMHCM has built a complete continuum of evidence-based services and supports delivered with a heart of compassion that is person-centered, trauma-informed, recovery-oriented, gentle, and respectful of consumer choice and readiness to receive care in a welcoming and safe environment. We live out these principles every day…this is who we are.

It is inherently essential that all consumers experience their sense of personal liberty, individual purpose, and well-being in their journey of recovery and community inclusion. These pursuits are the heart and soul of community mental health.

When determined hearts are set on the good of others, the rewards are great. So with deepest appreciation, thank you for your partnership and commitment to those we serve and their families!

Financial Report

CMHCM receives financial support from the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services.

Revenue Table
Expenses Table
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Accomplishments

Wraparound Services

Wraparound services were expanded from Midland County to all six counties in the CMHCM catchment area, which includes Clare, Gladwin, Isabella, Midland, Mecosta, and Osceola.

CMHCM Diabetic Screening Performance Improvement Project

Adult consumers with Schizophrenia or Bipolar Disorder and who were taking antipsychotic medication received relevant diabetic screenings. CMHCM continually monitored for the completion of lab test orders and results. A list of those consumers without a lab order was forwarded to the psychiatric provider so that an order could be written. Nurses followed up with consumers identified as not having a lab result to assure the diabetes screening would be performed.

Mental Health First Aid (MHFA)

Thirteen (13) Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) classes were held in FY16. Seven standard adult classes, two youth classes for adults assisting young people ages 12-18, two classes were held with a higher education focus, and two with a focus on aging.  A total of 278 individuals were trained.

Community Events

Four schools and approximately 2,012 youth were impacted by CMHCM-sponsored speaker events during the year. Messages included suicide prevention and depression in youth.

Prolonged Exposure Therapy (PET)

Thirty five (35) staff completed a four-day Prolonged Exposure Therapy (PET) Workshop affiliated with the Center for Treatment and Study of Anxiety by the University of Pennsylvania. CMHCM currently offers PET in the agency’s six county catchment area.  Prolonged Exposure Therapy is an evidence-based practice for the treatment of chronic depression, anxiety, and anger related to a trauma history.  It uses basic cognitive-behavioral principals specifically designed to help individuals process traumatic events and reduce trauma-induced psychological disturbances.

Individual Placement Services (IPS)

CMHCM continues to be a leader in the evidence-based practice supported employment services with 117 job placement working with 94 different employers with a 91 percent accumulative retention rate in fiscal year 15/16.

Individuals Served

Revenue Table
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Revenue Table
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Locations / Numbers

Clare County

789 North Clare Avenue

Harrison, MI 48625

989.539.2141

Gladwin County

655 East Cedar Street

Gladwin, MI 48624

989.426.9295

Isabella County

The George Rouman Center

301 South Crapo Street

Mt. Pleasant, MI 48858

989.772.5938

Summit Clubhouse

120 South Pine Street

Mt. Pleasant, MI 48858

989.317.3330

Administrative Offices

The George Rouman Center

301 South Crapo Street, Suite 100

Mt. Pleasant, MI 48858

989.772.5938

Mecosta County

500 South Third Avenue

Big Rapids, MI 49307

231.796.5825

New Journey Clubhouse

405B South Third Avenue

Big Rapids, MI 49307

231.592.4654

Midland County

218 Fast Ice Drive

Midland, MI 48642

989.631.2320

Osceola County

4473 220th Avenue

Reed City, MI 49677

231.832.2247

 


 

24 Hour CRISIS Telephone

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Convenient Office Locations and Hours

All offices offer evening hours by appointment.

 

For those with hearing impairment, please call the Michigan Relay at 7-1-1.

Board of Directors

Clare County

Donald David

L. Joseph Phillips

 

Gladwin County

Donald Birgel

Susan Svetcos

 

Isabella County

Michael Fisher

James Haton

Kerin Scanlon

 

Mecosta County

Constance Gibson

Linda Howard

 

Midland County

James Leigeb

Douglas Ward

Kim Wheeler

Richard Dolinski

 

Osceola County

Roger Elkins

Kerry Green

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