Lenawee County Mental Health Resource Guide
Nearly half of us will experience a mental or emotional issue at some point of our lives. Much like physical health,
it is equally as important to emphasize early intervention and treatment for our behavioral health needs. Please
know there are resources available to support your journey to improved health and well-being. As the leading
health care provider in Lenawee County, ProMedica is pleased to offer our community this resource guide for
mental health care in our region. Click here for the Lenawee County Mental Health Resource Guide
New Health Insurance Marketplace Info
Visit www.healthcare.gov for details and information.
Free Prescription Drug
If you are an individual or family with no prescription drug coverage, the FamilyWize card will save you an average of 20%. Get details and print out your card at www.FamilyWize.org or stop by the Lenawee United Way Office.
Insurance for Michigan Children:
Find out in 30 minutes or less if you or your children are eligible for Health Care coverage
MIChild is a health insurance program for uninsured children of Michigan's working families. MIChild services are provided by many HMO's and other health care plans throughout Michigan. For more information, visit Michigan.gov/mdch or apply on-line at www.healthcare4mi.com.
Children's Special Health Care Services - For Children with Chronic Health Conditions
CSHCS will pay the medical bills for qualified persons to see specialty providers and pay for care related to their condition. This care may include surgery, medications, equipment and hospitalizations. CSHCS can also help provide or cover transportation costs to these appointments. There are more than 2,700 medical conditions that may qualify children for coverage including diabetes, epilepsy, cerebral palsy, hearing loss, cystic fibrosis and blood disorders. Any condition where a child needs to see a specialist for care (like a doctor at the University of Michigan or Toledo Hospital) may qualify. Eligibility does not depend on income. Families of all incomes can join as well as those with private health insurance. Some families pay a fee to join that is based on a sliding scale. Children with an approved diagnosis who have Medicaid or MI Child may also qualify for CSHCS at no cost. For more information and a complete list of qualifying medical conditions, visit www.michigan.gov/cshcs or call the Lenawee County Health Department at 517.264.5228.
Lenawee MSU Extension
MSU's Family Programs are dedicated to helping families live happy, healthy lives.
You can’t have healthy people on a sick planet. Ecology Center put's a health frame on all of their work because a healthy environment is critical to human health, and because it makes environmental issues more real for people. Health professionals are opinion leaders in society and can be influential in public policy. As a result, they proactively seek out allies in the health care profession and health care industry.
Dedicated to quality and excellence in providing comprehensive, cost-effective primary and preventive health care regardless of age, ethnic background or the ability to pay.
Services provided: immunizations, Early and Periodic Screening, Diagnosis and Treatment (EPSDT) testing, physical exams, individual/group therapy, dental services, and many more.
1200 N Main Street
Adrian, MI 49221
Lenawee County Health Department Family Planning Clinic
The Family Planning Clinic provides teens and adults of childbearing age with health information and a broad range of contraceptive methods to prevent unplanned pregnancy. For more information or to set up an appointment call (517) 264-5226.
Misc. Health Info
- Immunization Schedules (Vacunas recomendadas para sus bebés), including a catch-Up immunization scheduler
- Lenawee Health Department - Immunization clinic and more
- Find local Pediatricians
- Find local Dentists
- The American Academy of Pediatrics website - Heathy Children.org
Michigan state law: Children younger than four must ride in a car seat in the rear seat of the vehicle if the vehicle has a back seat. > Details
Car Seat Information & Help
Contact Kelley Hissong at the Tecumseh Police Department to schedule an appointment--Call 517-423-7494 (Located at 309 E. Chicago Blvd, Tecumseh, MI 49286).
Learn more about car seat safety at www.SafeKids.org
Consumer Products Safety Commission - Latest Recalls
Click here for a full-page list of the latest recalls, or see the widget below.
Children's Protective Services: 855-444-3911
Report child abuse or neglect. If you suspect abuse or neglect, call 855-444-3911 any time day or night. This toll-free phone number allows you to report abuse or neglect of any child or adult to the Michigan Department of Human Services. One number. One call. One person can make a difference. Learn more about Children’s Protective Services at www.michigan.gov/protectiveservices
Misc. Safety Info
Keep important numbers and emergency contacts handy.
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