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Annual Report - FY 19

Annual Report Contest Winner

This year’s winner of the Community Mental Health for Central Michigan (CMHCM) Annual Report Art Contest is Jaclyn Bersano from Mecosta County. Ms. Bersano'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. Bersano.

Mission, Vision, Values

MISSION STATEMENT

To promote community inclusion and whole-person wellness through comprehensive and quality integrated services to individuals with a serious emotional disturbance, intellectual/developmental disability, serious mental illness, or co-occurring substance use disorder.

 

VISION STATEMENT

Communities where all individuals experience fulfilled lives.
 

STATEMENT OF VALUES

  • The dignity and worth of each individual
  • Consumer involvement and empowerment                                   
  • Person-centered planning and self-determination
  • Trauma-informed care
  • Behavioral and physical health integration
  • Early intervention, prevention, and wellness
  • Diversity and community inclusion
  • Advocacy and public education
  • 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
  • Fiscal integrity and efficient utilization of resources

 

Annual Message

The CMHCM Board and staff are pleased to share with you the 2019 Annual Report highlighting the many efforts supporting the behavioral health needs of the 276,000 citizens of Clare, Gladwin, Isabella, Mecosta, Midland, and Osceola counties.

CMHCM and the provider network staff worked in concert to provide supports and services to individuals in their path toward personal fulfillment. Over the years, the CMHCM behavioral health workforce has shown that goodness of heart is one of the greatest credentials that exemplifies staff in our vision to support fulfilled lives. The various acts of caring by agency staff demonstrates leadership commitment to our communities, fighting against the health impacts of loneliness, isolation, rejection, trauma, and lack of basic needs.

Consumer involvement in agency governance, services, and operations assures the public that the voices of persons with lived experience are guiding the mission of the agency to best meet community needs. CMHCM gratefully acknowledges the many persons served who have collectively reported high satisfaction with their experience working with CMHCM. The affirmations from the people CMHCM serves is the fuel that builds growth and resiliency on the frontlines of behavioral healthcare. The CMHCM Consumer Action Committee provided feedback that consumers experience the freedom to choose their provider, realize strengthened collaboration with health care providers, receive support for the whole family to participate in treatment, get help with the social determinants of health, and feel pride in accomplishments such as clubhouse accreditation.

Within this context of high performing service, CMHCM and its provider network achieved a service delivery milestone, recording services delivered to over 10,000 citizens. We celebrate this achievement having accomplished it within budget and with expansion of services such as our new Autism centers at the Rosebush Learning Center and Eastwood Elementary in Big Rapids, Youth Intervention Specialist expansion, and school partnership agreements across our counties. 

CMHCM serves the community as the safety net for persons with the highest acuity of behavioral health needs irrespective of local and statewide emergencies such as the January 2019 Polar Vortex. We are privileged to work alongside our many community partners to best meet the mental health needs of those receiving 24/7, urgent, and crisis services. CMHCM provides the most comprehensive array of mental health services across our six counties to respond to mental health crises, preventing arrest and incarceration, preventing homelessness, helping kids be safe and successful in school, helping families stay together, serving children with autism, and supporting persons with disabilities to live in the community. 

CMHCM provides services to five of the fourteen most impoverished counties in Michigan against the backdrop of perpetual challenges in federal and state funding. We are grateful for the support of each of the six County Board of Commissioners, our network providers, and the general public in assuring the public mental health safety net stays strong to help keep our communities healthy and safe even under the most difficult circumstances.

CMHCM is confident that the breadth of agency services delivered with heartfelt caring can literally change the course of a life. The people CMHCM serves are impacted by CMHCM staff’s tenacity in helping them back on the path to become the person they once hoped to be, to appreciate the society of their community, and contribute to its well-being.

 

This year’s winner of the Community Mental Health for Central Michigan (CMHCM) Annual Report Art Contest is Jaclyn Bersano from Mecosta County. Ms. Bersano'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. Bersano.

MISSION STATEMENT

To promote community inclusion and whole-person wellness through comprehensive and quality integrated services to individuals with a serious emotional disturbance, intellectual/developmental disability, serious mental illness, or co-occurring substance use disorder.

 

VISION STATEMENT

Communities where all individuals experience fulfilled lives.
 

STATEMENT OF VALUES

  • The dignity and worth of each individual
  • Consumer involvement and empowerment                                   
  • Person-centered planning and self-determination
  • Trauma-informed care
  • Behavioral and physical health integration
  • Early intervention, prevention, and wellness
  • Diversity and community inclusion
  • Advocacy and public education
  • 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
  • Fiscal integrity and efficient utilization of resources

 

The CMHCM Board and staff are pleased to share with you the 2019 Annual Report highlighting the many efforts supporting the behavioral health needs of the 276,000 citizens of Clare, Gladwin, Isabella, Mecosta, Midland, and Osceola counties.

CMHCM and the provider network staff worked in concert to provide supports and services to individuals in their path toward personal fulfillment. Over the years, the CMHCM behavioral health workforce has shown that goodness of heart is one of the greatest credentials that exemplifies staff in our vision to support fulfilled lives. The various acts of caring by agency staff demonstrates leadership commitment to our communities, fighting against the health impacts of loneliness, isolation, rejection, trauma, and lack of basic needs.

Consumer involvement in agency governance, services, and operations assures the public that the voices of persons with lived experience are guiding the mission of the agency to best meet community needs. CMHCM gratefully acknowledges the many persons served who have collectively reported high satisfaction with their experience working with CMHCM. The affirmations from the people CMHCM serves is the fuel that builds growth and resiliency on the frontlines of behavioral healthcare. The CMHCM Consumer Action Committee provided feedback that consumers experience the freedom to choose their provider, realize strengthened collaboration with health care providers, receive support for the whole family to participate in treatment, get help with the social determinants of health, and feel pride in accomplishments such as clubhouse accreditation.

Within this context of high performing service, CMHCM and its provider network achieved a service delivery milestone, recording services delivered to over 10,000 citizens. We celebrate this achievement having accomplished it within budget and with expansion of services such as our new Autism centers at the Rosebush Learning Center and Eastwood Elementary in Big Rapids, Youth Intervention Specialist expansion, and school partnership agreements across our counties. 

CMHCM serves the community as the safety net for persons with the highest acuity of behavioral health needs irrespective of local and statewide emergencies such as the January 2019 Polar Vortex. We are privileged to work alongside our many community partners to best meet the mental health needs of those receiving 24/7, urgent, and crisis services. CMHCM provides the most comprehensive array of mental health services across our six counties to respond to mental health crises, preventing arrest and incarceration, preventing homelessness, helping kids be safe and successful in school, helping families stay together, serving children with autism, and supporting persons with disabilities to live in the community. 

CMHCM provides services to five of the fourteen most impoverished counties in Michigan against the backdrop of perpetual challenges in federal and state funding. We are grateful for the support of each of the six County Board of Commissioners, our network providers, and the general public in assuring the public mental health safety net stays strong to help keep our communities healthy and safe even under the most difficult circumstances.

CMHCM is confident that the breadth of agency services delivered with heartfelt caring can literally change the course of a life. The people CMHCM serves are impacted by CMHCM staff’s tenacity in helping them back on the path to become the person they once hoped to be, to appreciate the society of their community, and contribute to its well-being.

 

Financial Report

 

Accomplishments

 

Individuals Served

 

 

 

 

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

2120 East Remus Road

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

1.800.317.0708

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

Leonard Strouse
L. Joseph Phillips
 

Gladwin County

Joel Vernier
Susan Svectos
 

Isabella County

James Haton
Tobin Hope
Kerin Scanlon

 

Mecosta County

Linda Howard
Mary Olshewski
 


 

Midland County

Dick Dolinski
Steve Glaser
Annmarie Hawkins
Doug Ward

Osceola County

Roger Elkins
Dora Hansen

 

 

 

 

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

2120 East Remus Road

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

1.800.317.0708

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.

 

Clare County

Leonard Strouse
L. Joseph Phillips
 

Gladwin County

Joel Vernier
Susan Svectos
 

Isabella County

James Haton
Tobin Hope
Kerin Scanlon

 

Mecosta County

Linda Howard
Mary Olshewski
 


 

Midland County

Dick Dolinski
Steve Glaser
Annmarie Hawkins
Doug Ward

Osceola County

Roger Elkins
Dora Hansen

 

 

 

 

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