Ottawa County, Michigan Community Mental Health Press ReleasesCommunity Mental Health of Ottawa County Offices Remaining Open

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Community Mental Health of Ottawa County (CMHOC)

COVID-19 Emergency Operations Guidance

The CMHOC offices in Holland and Grand Haven will remain open for emergent needs and critical care.  CMHOC is the safety net provider and will continue to provide behavioral health services to our consumers and people who are experiencing a mental health crisis.

We are encouraging individuals to call our offices prior to coming in.  Our Access Center phone number is 877-588-4357 or TTY 711.  Callers and walk-ins will be asked screening questions to assess current health status.  

Ongoing CMHOC services will be provided mainly by telephone or email.  Our staff will be providing frequent monitoring checks to our consumers and will assist with problem solving and care needs.

Increased strees and anxiety related to the current COVID-19 outbreak is normal and expected.  It is important that you take care of your mental health during this time.  Simple things like taking a walk, deep breathing, and taking an occassional time out from the news and media are good ways to give yourself a break and relax.  The Centers for Disease Control has lots of helpful information including managing stress and anxiety, the information can be found here.

If you or someone you know is in a mental health crisis, there is help available.  You are never alone, reach out by calling 866-512-4357 or test HOME to 741741 to speak with a mental health professional.  We are hear for you 24/7/365.  If it is an emergency call 911.

Please visit our website at for up to date information on services and tips and tips and guidance for caring for your mental health during this outbreak.




Media Contact: Anna Bednarek or phone 616-393-5648