This page is dedicated to keeping you informed of the news and events at Lapeer County CMH and in partnership with Lapeer County CMH and the community.
For a printable list of the 2017 Parent Seminars, click here.
Lapeer County Community Mental Health was recently recognized for it's outstanding service to the Senior Citizens of Lapeer County through its work in the Senior Reach Program, sponsored by the Michigan Health Endowment Fund. Please see the blog about the services by clicking here. Visit our Senior Reach Webpage or call us at 810-245-8781 to find our more information or make a referral.
Region 10 Prepaid Inpatient Health Plan has launched a campaign to help stop prescription drug abuse. Please view the video here and visit www.stopprescriptionabuse.com or click here for more information about what you can do to stop prescription drug abuse. To find out the proper way to dispose of medications you no longer need, click here.
The Center for Disease Control released a report on Hispanic Health in the United States on May 5, 2015. Click here to see the report.
Mental Health First Aid is an 8-hour training course designed to give members of the public key skills to help someone who is developing a mental health problem or experiencing a mental health crisis. Just as CPR training helps a layperson without medical training assist an individual experiencing a heart attack, Mental Health First Aid training helps a layperson assist someone experiencing a mental health crisis.
Please indicate which training you plan to attend by completing the date box on the registration form. As an alternative to online registration, you may also print, complete and mail the registration by clicking here. This course runs the full day from 8-5 with a 30 minute lunch and two-15 minute breaks. We recommend that you pack a lunch.
Farmer's Markets offer a variety of fresh fruits, vegetables and much more. Many accept Bridge Cards. To see a list of local Farmer's Markets, click here.
Free exercise classes open to the public provided at Lapeer County Community Mental Health. Drop in when you can or come in on a regular basis.
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services has a website at healthcare.gov to access the healthcare exchanges and aid people in finding insurance in accordance with the Affordable Care Act. To find out more about options and how to enroll, click here.
The following brochure offers information to the community on how to talk with children about any traumatic event. Please contact Lapeer County Community Mental Health at 810-667-0500 if you have further questions about how to talk to children about traumatic events.