Local Services

Southwest Michigan Mental Health Community Resources List

 

The Lakeland Community Health and Wellness Department has released a list that provides information about mental health resources in our community. They collaborated with Riverwood to produce this list. To view or download the list use the link below.

 

Community Mental Health Resource List

 

24-Hour Help Lines

 

National Crisis and Suicide Phone Lifeline:  1-800-273-TALK (8255)

Riverwood Center: 1-800-336-0341  For help with suicidal crisis, emotional distress, substance abuse, family crisis

Lifeline Crisis Chat - provides online emotional support, crisis intervention, and suicide prevention services 24/7. 

 

Veteran's Crisis Line: 1-800-273-8255 and Press 1, Chat is also available, or you can send a text message to 838255

Counseling


 

Inpatient Services

Spectrum Health Lakeland Behavioral Health, 269-983-8316 (Adult Inpatient)

Pine Rest Christian Mental Health Services, Grand Rapids Michigan  800-678-5500 (Child, Adult and Adolescent Inpatient and Teletherapy)

Epworth Hospital, South Bend Indiana, 574-647-8400 (Adult and Adolescent Inpatient)

Cedar Creek Hospital, St. John's Michigan, 989-581-2437   (Adult and Adolescent Inpatient and Telehealth)

 

Outpatient Services

Andrews Community Counseling Center (ACCC), 269-471-6238     View Brochure

Berrien County Health Department, 269-926-7121

See their Facebook page with current news

Suicide Loss Support

 

Lory's Place Suicide Loss Support Groups - (269) 983-2707

 

Virtual Support Group for Suicide Loss Survivors
There is a virtual support group for loss survivors held by someone from Kevin's Song that meets the first and third Wednesday of each month at 7:00 PM. If you or someone you know is interested, please email Gail Urso at gail@kevinssong.org and she will send you an invitation code to join.

Suicide Attempt Survivors Support

Virtual Support Group for Suicide Attempt Survivors (Age 18+)

This virtual support group based in Muskegon, Michigan, is for anyone (age 18+) that has ever attempted suicide and who is looking for a safe, judgment-free place of support and understanding. If you are a suicide attempt survivor and are interested in participating for the first time, please contact Scott via text/email at (231) 769-2679 or spcmuskegon@gmail.com.

 

Meetings are held virtually, via ZOOM on the second Wednesday of each month at 7pm EST. All survivors of suicide attempts, including aborted and interrupted attempts, are welcome. Meetings are confidential. The only information collected is emergency contact information. New group attendees will be screened to ensure they meet the following eligibility requirements:

  • Must be age 18 or older

  • Must be a survivor of a suicide attempt

  • Must be a Michigan resident

Disclaimer: This group is intended as peer support, and is NOT intended as group therapy. This group is led by two co-facilitators, both of whom are suicide attempt survivors, one of whom is a Master’s Level Clinician.