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Michigan State University School of Social Work and Community Mental Health Authority of Clinton-Eaton-Ingham (CMHA-CEI)

The Community Mental Health Authority of Clinton, Eaton, and Ingham Counties (CMHA-CEI) holds this vision of a community:


  • A community in which any person with a mental health need has access to a wide range of resources to allow him or her to seek his or her desired quality of life and to participate, with  dignity, in the life of the community, with its freedoms and responsibilities
  • A community defined by justice for persons with  mental health needs

Persons with mental health needs include those with a mental illness, an emotional disturbance, a developmental disability,  and/or a substance use disorder.


The organization’s mission is to fulfill two complementary but  distinct roles in realizing this vision:

Behavioral Healthcare Provider: Providing, directly and through partnerships, a comprehensive set of person-centered, high quality, and effective behavioral health and developmental disability services to the residents of this community

Advocate, Catalyst, Thought Leader, and Convener: Fostering the transformation of all aspects of  community life, eliminating inequities, and promoting the common good for all, especially for persons with mental health needs


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