Welcome to BCCMHA
At Barry County Community Mental Health Authority (BCCMHA), we provide mental health and substance use disorder services to residents of Barry County, in an accessible and affordable manner. Our goal is to provide treatment, recovery, and hope for individuals in the most effective, least restrictive level of care, and to create the best possible environment for independence and wellness for people living with mental illnesses, intellectual and developmental disabilities, and / or substance use disorders.Coronavirus: If you have an appointment with us and you are experiencing a fever, cough and/or shortness of breath, please call 269-948-8041 to discuss your appointment options. BCCMHA is taking steps to ensure clients, staff, and community members remain as safe as possible.
Monthly Board Meeting
Board meetings are held the 2nd Thursday of each month at 8:00am. Meetings are still being held via Zoom at: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86761479518?pwd=enlkSzJkYklYNXkvMmFSUDVyaHladz09. Meeting ID: 867 6147 9518. Passcode: 575604. Necessary, reasonable auxiliary aids and services can be provided, such as signers for the hearing impaired and audio tapes of printed materials being considered at the meeting, to individuals with disabilities at the meeting upon ten days notice to BCCMHA by contacting Rich Thiemkey at 269-948-8041. BCCMHA shall comply with Executive Orders No 2020-48 and Executive Order 2020-15. The public is encouraged to monitor BCCMHA’s web site for possible changes to the meeting schedule, especially in regard to COVID-19.
Accessible and Affordable Mental Health Care
As a provider of comprehensive mental health services, our continuum of care extends to all ages, with a multitude of services including outpatient, home-based, school, and community-based programs. We follow a recovery model which emphasizes and supports each individual's potential for mental wellness, empowerment, and social inclusion. Services are provided in a person-centered, family-driven and youth-guided manner. Individuals, families and youth have an empowered, decision-making role in how their care is delivered.
We are accredited by Commission of Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) and we are proud to be a member of Southwest Michigan Behavioral Health.
If You Need to Talk, We're Here to Listen
Do you need someone to talk to? Do you want to share your triumphs or challenges? Do you feel alone? Do you feel like others just don’t understand? We can help! If you need to talk, we're here to listen with Certified Peer Support Specialists. By calling 888-PEER-753 (888-733-7753), a peer will answer the phone and provide support, provide resource referrals (if needed), and share their experience of hope and recovery. If you feel you need someone to talk to or may be suffering with a mental health condition, call our support line today!