Who is eligible for medical services?
Medicaid beneficiaries, both children and adults, with one or more of the following:
Serious mental illness, intellectual/developmental disabilities, substance use disorder with a mental health illness, mental health illness with a chronic physical health condition such as: asthma, COPD, high cholesterol, hypertension, obesity, diabetes, etc.
What insurance do you take?
AuSable Valley takes Medicaid. Persons without insurance or with other insurance besides Medicaid are placed on a waiting list for services which is reviewed twice monthly.
Can I see just the psychiatric doctor?
You first must complete an intake with a therapist. After the intake is completed you will be referred to medically appropriate services.
I just moved here and I’m out of medications, do you have a doctor that can write me scripts?
You need to contact your previous prescriber or primary care doctor for additional medication. You may complete an intake with a therapist. After the intake in completed you will be referred to medically appropriate services.
Do you have a Substance Abuse program?
AuSable Valley provides co-occurring treatment for persons with mental illness and substance use disorders.
How can I get service for another adult individual who is displaying mental illness symptoms?
An individual has to request services on their own; however AuSable Valley staff is available to assist people who have concerns regarding another individual’s safety or care.
How do I get an appointment at AuSable Valley Community Mental Health Authority?
Call 989-362-8636 or 800-834-3393 to speak to someone who will help you to determine if you meet criteria and will assist you in scheduling an appointment.
Where can I go for mental health emergency care?
Call “911” for an emergency 24 hour Crisis Line: (800) 442-7315
Come into any of our office locations during regular business hours or call (989) 362-8636
Go to your local Hospital Emergency Department or call 911