Van Buren Community Mental Health
Van Buren Community Mental Health Authority was established to provide mental health services to adults with severe and persistent mental illness, children with severe emotional disturbance, and individuals with developmental disabilities, residing in Van Buren County.
Services are available to eligible persons regardless of age, sex, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, marital status, religion, physical or mental disabilities, and/or ability to pay. Primary sources of funding are received from the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services through Medicaid and General Funds.
Van Buren Community Mental Health Authority offers trauma informed, prevention, assessment, crisis intervention, treatment, and support services to all people in Van Buren County to help them meet their own chosen life, health, recovery, and work goals.
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Mental Illness Affects Millions of Men, Women, and Children. About 5 - 7 percent of adults, in a given year, have a serious mental illness. "Serious mental illness" is a term used in federal regulations for any diagnosable mental disorder that affects work, home, or other areas of social functioning.