Current statistics show that 1 in 5 adults experience a mental illness in any given year, yet less than half of them get the support that they need. We understand that asking for help can be difficult. We're here to let you know that you're not alone.
If you are an adult who has Medicaid or Healthy Michigan Plan and are experiencing symptoms of a serious mental illness, intellectual or developmental disability, or substance use disorder, you may be eligible for behavioral health treatment through LifeWays. There are many treatment options available through the LifeWays Provider Network. You will have the ability to help decide your own treatment and goals with a Person-Centered Plan designed by you and your treatment team.
If you are struggling to decide whether you should seek treatment, you can take our confidential online mental health screening, which may help you determine whether what you're experiencing might be mental illness.
If you have private insurance or are not eligible to receive services at LifeWays, you can either call the number listed on the back of your insurance card for information about behavioral health providers in your network or you can call Central Michigan 2-1-1 who may also be able to assist you in finding a behavioral health provider.
Medicaid, Healthy Michigan, or Uninsured
If you're ready to take the first steps toward recovery, you can call us at 517.789.1200 and talk with one of our staff members about whether you might be eligible to receive services from us. We may even be able to help you apply for Medicaid or Healthy Michigan Plan.
Regardless of your insurance, if you are in crisis, are having suicidal thoughts, or are thinking of harming yourself or others, please call our 24-Hour Crisis Line at 1.888.284.8288 or walk into our Access Center during business hours. We will assist any community member who is in crisis for no charge.