What is a CMHC?
A Community Mental Health Center (CMHC) provides comprehensive behavioral health services to adults in need. Services the Centers provide include: emergency services, general and intensive community-based outpatient treatment, substance use treatment, and case management.
Additionally, CMHCs may offer vocational and supported employment services, navigators who can help with health insurance, housing support, and tax preparation assistance. If you receive services as a youth, they will help you transition to adult services or programs either provided within or outside their agency.
The Centers are regionally-based, but you may receive services at any center within the state. For a list of Community Mental Health Centers, please click here.