Referral or Access to Services LOCAL 616.281.0061 Pine Rest provides a great number of community and residential services including access to care, support and programming for persons with mental illness, substance use disorders and developmental disabilities.Our outreach programs work with many community organizations to provide support to those who have less access to care.The Howard City Police Department has merged with the Montcalm County Sheriff’s Department.If you are in need of a dispatched officer related to a non-emergency request, please call the Montcalm County Sheriff’s Department non-emergency line at 989-831-5253. Our Contact Center is staffed 24/7 with licensed clinicians trained to discuss each individual’s unique situation and determine the appropriate level of treatment required.Wondering if a partial hospitalization program is the appropriate level of care? Our Contact Center is staffed 24/7 with licensed clinicians trained to discuss each individual’s unique situation and determine the level of treatment best suited to meet the person’s needs.These projects have gained repeat clients such as Bedrock Real Estate Services, Haworth, Henry Ford Health System, General Motors, Wayne State University, The University of Michigan, Spectrum Health, and many others.Admissions and Questions LOCAL 616.455.9200 TOLL FREE 800.678.5500 TTY 616.281.6446 Inpatient care is short-term, intensive treatment provided in safe and secure units designed for individuals who are experiencing significant behavioral health issues, the severity of which requires 24/7 monitoring and care for safety. Admissions and Questions LOCAL 616.455.9200 TOLL FREE 800.678.5500 TTY 616.281.6446 Partial Hospitalization (Day) Programs are suited for individuals who are experiencing behavioral health symptoms which cannot be adequately treated in a traditional outpatient setting, but are not severe enough to require 24/7 monitoring for safety.
Turner’s work in Michigan began over 100 years ago in 1913, with a contract from Millenbach Brothers Co.
(American Agricultural Chemical Company) to build a new production facility in Ecorse.