The Community Mental Health Authority of Clinton, Eaton, and Ingham counties have been providing services to local residents since 1964. CMHA-CEI is conveniently located on Jolly Road in Lansing between Cedar Street and Pennsylvania Avenue.
Counseling services are offered to children struggling with severe emotional or behavioral problems, adolescents and their families who are experiencing disruptions in their functioning within the home, school, and/or community.
The community mental health movement in this country was founded on the belief that mental health services are best provided in the community in which the person receiving such service lives. In keeping with this philosophy, Community Mental Health provides a wide range of community-based services. Annually, the organization serves over 11,000 persons at 122 sites throughout the tri-county region.
In an effort to make the most of this community’s resources, Community Mental Health recognizes the value of, and is committed to, hundreds of partnerships with a wide range of parties. These partnerships, carried out in the form of multiple party collaborative efforts and two-party agreements, are fundamental to the provision of comprehensive and seamless mental health care service delivery.
Today, with almost 1,000 employees, Community Mental Health has become the 15th largest employer in the region, and through contracts with other providers, makes an investment of an additional 500 jobs in our community.
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Community Mental Health Authority of Clinton, Eaton, and Ingham Counties (CMHA-CEI) is seeking an experienced, dynamic Chief Executive Officer who is responsible for the overall leadership, direction, and management of CMHA-CEI, including its clinical services, finances, and administrative activities. Apply using our Online Job Application Center.
The latest accreditation is the 3rd consecutive Three-Year Accreditation that CARF has awarded to CMHA-CEI.
Substance Abuse Treatment Programs are licensed by the State of Michigan
By pursuing and achieving accreditation, CMHA-CEI has demonstrated that it meets standards for quality and is committed to pursuing excellence.