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Supporting recovery, prevention, health, and wellness of the body, the mind, and the community.

At Genesee Health System, we are dedicated to providing the highest quality, most effective services and supports available to meet the mental health, developmental disabilities, and substance use disorder needs of the adults, children and families we serve in Genesee County.

These services will be provided in a welcoming, supportive way that is helpful to symptom stabilization, long-term recovery, and achievement of the varied life goals envisioned by the people in our care.


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Genesee Health System has joined Lapeer County Community Mental Health, Sanilac County Community Mental Health and St. Clair County Community Mental Health in a collaborative effort to serve the four county area effectively. The partnership is called Region 10 PIHP. To find out more, go to the Region 10 website here.

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GHS COVID-19 Update – 3/30/2020
Sunday, March 29, 2020

GHS’ main building continues to be open Monday-Friday from 8-1, only for urgent psychiatric, substance use disorder, and injections only. All who come to the building will be screened for temperature before admittance.
Most other GHS services are being performed remotely.
  • The Medication Clinic is setting up remote appointments. If you need refills or have other medication concerns, work through your case manager, or contact Customer Services.
  • To access GHS services, screenings are being done by phone. Call 810.257.3740 Monday – Friday between 8-1 to schedule a time.
  • Case management services are being performed remotely, via telephone or other electronic means.
  • Day programs (CIC, Legacy Center, NCE, and the Autism Center) remain closed until at least April 10th.
  • Customer Services is available by telephone, Monday-Friday from 8-5. Please call them with any questions, problems, or concerns at 810.257.3705.
As always, our Crisis Line is available to anyone by calling 810.257.3740 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Alternatively you can text FLINT to 741741 to connect to a counselor immediately. These services are completely free.
We understand that these are stressful and uncertain times. We are here for you.

GHS Announces 2020 Grow the Field
Monday, March 2, 2020

In an effort to provide positive human services work experience, reduce stigma, widen horizons, and enrich the environment for individuals served, GHS would like to offer paid internships to a select number of college students this summer who are interested in Social Work, Counseling, Psychology, Health Education, or have an interest in a field that supports health care such as Business Administration, IT or Accounting. Applications are due April 13th. For more information, follow the link below.

Crisis Texting Line
Tuesday, September 12, 2017

GHS has partnered with “Crisis Text Line” —a non-profit organization that provides crisis support via text message.

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Create a new text message to: 741741

Body of the text message: FLINT

  • Immediately following, the texter will receive an automated response that says “What’s on your mind?”
  • The texter responds with current crisis, and within minutes is connected to a live, trained Crisis Counselor
  • The Crisis Counselor will talk with the texter until the situation has calmed

For a flyer, click here.

Where is the GHS Mobile Unit?
Wednesday, August 9, 2017

Locate the Mobile Mental Health Bus

Our Mental Health Mobile Unit travels throughout the city of Flint and surrounding areas. To find out where we'll be on any given day, check out our schedule at www.genhs.org/water

PIHP Admissions

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