WCCMH provides mental health services to adults with a severe and persistent mental illness, children with a severe emotional disturbance, and individuals with a developmental disability, residing in the county.
This is the list of current WCCMH Board members with contact information. The Board meets on the third Friday of the month from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. at the Learning Resource Center at 4135 Washtenaw Avenue in Ann Arbor. This is a link to a schedule of Board and committee meetings. The new Board is learning about the intricacies of the State and local CMH system - this is a good time for families and local organizations to attend Board meetings, introduce yourself to the Board, and learn more about how the service delivery system works in Washtenaw County.
Links to WCCMH information:
- WCCMH Programs and Services
- Customer Services
- Recipient Rights
- Grievances and Appeals
- WCCMH Board meetings - agenda and minutes
- Consumer Information
These are links to information about the CMHPSM and some of the services it provides:
- Board of Directors
- Board Meetings, Agenda, and Minutes
- CMHSPM Staff
- CMHSPM Regional Provider Network
Washtenaw County News and EventsLegal Services: Some Washtenaw County families have sought and received free legal help to challenge WCCMH when their DD family members do not get the services they have been promised.
- Michigan Protection and Advocacy Services (MPAS) receives federal funding to protect the rights of people with developmental disabilities. Call (517) 882-7074. Be sure to tell them that you are from Washtenaw County.
- Legal Services South Central Michigan (LSSCM) provide free legal services to people who receive public benefits including Medicaid and SSI. Call (734)665-6181.
Michigan to begin survey of all services funded by Home and Community Based Services waivers for DD (HSW), May 2016
Updates on MI Implementation of the HCBS rule and the State Transition Plan
APRIL 2016 Michigan Medicaid Data
A Lawsuit filed in March 2016 claims that Washtenaw County Community Mental Health reduced Community Living Supports for people with developmental disabilities without prior notice and without an assessment of medical necessity, as required by Medicaid law.
The lawsuit, Waskul et al v. Washtenaw County Community Mental Health et al, continues and is scheduled for a hearing before Judge Arthur Tarnow at 3:30 p.m. on 8/1/16, room 108, in Detroit.
Washtenaw County Elections and Elected Officials
2017 - 2018