Public Notice Regarding Changes to Services Effective April 1, 2020 

 Gogebic County Community Mental Health Authority will continue to meet the needs of our community.  However, due to the pandemic of the COVID-19, Gogebic County Community Mental Health Authority will need to adjust how we deliver services to ensure the health of our staff, consumers and our community.    We will provide essential services either face to face or telehealth beginning March 18, 2020, whichever is clinically appropriate.   

Essential Services will be provided at our main office 8:00 am – 4:30 pm Monday through Friday.     Depending upon the need of the consumer the following services will either be in person, through use of video conferencing technology or via telephone.   

  • ACT
  • Case Management/Supports Coordination 
  • Crisis Services 
  • Home Based Services 
  • Intakes 
  • Medication Management and Delivery of Medications
  • Pre-Admission Screenings
  • Psychiatry Services – All done via video/telehealth or phone. 
  • Residential Services with restrictions on outside visitation 
  • ABA Services 
  • Community Living Supports 

Non-essential services to be rescheduled after the government shut-down is lifted include: 

  • Individual or Group Therapy 
  • Drop In Center 

Any individual wanting to enter any of our CMH buildings, will be screened for symptoms and have their temperature taken.  Because we serve a population that may have physical health conditions, as well as some over the age of 65 years, we aseveryone with a fever, cough, sore throat, or shortness of breath, recent travel or contact with someone with a confirmed case of COVID-19 to remain home. In addition, if you or anyone in your household has had a fever in the past 72 hours, do not enter any of the CMH buildings.    

Gogebic County Community Mental Health provides behavioral health services to those residents of Gogebic County who have a serious mental illness, serious emotional disturbance, intellectual/developmental disability and/or substance abuse disorder.  For more information visit our website at or our facebook page.   

We appreciate your understanding and flexibility as we venture through the COVID-19 together.  Your health and safety is extremely important to us Should you need crisis services please call our crisis line at 906-229-6120 or in need of services, please call our access line at 1-888-906-9060.   All updated information will be posted on our facebook page and our website at  In addition, please call CMH at 906-229-6120 with any questions. 

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