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Crisis Center Volunteer:

Volunteers play a valuable role at the Macomb County Crisis Center; it is a profoundly rewarding way to give back to the community. Our volunteers receive 48 hours of extensive training and once completed are confidently able to provide crisis intervention and suicide prevention counseling.  Interested in volunteering with us?  Please click on the link and complete the volunteer application.

Crisis Center Volunteer Aplication

You may email the completed form to macombcountyspc@gmail.com  or mail to the address on the application.


Macomb Emergency Response Group (MERG) Team Volunteer:

The Macomb Emergency Response Group (MERG) is a specially-trained team of volunteers from police, fire, emergency medical services, mental health, clergy and other professions which provides Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM) services for anyone exposed to a traumatic event or a mass disaster. MERG helps to stabilize the work, school or community setting by responding immediately to the stress of unexpected community crises.

Volunteers are vital to the MERG program.  These professionals give of their time so that those affected by a traumatic event can participate in this educational process, which may allow them to sleep and eat better and generally resume the routine aspects of their lives more quickly than those who do not.

MERG Volunteer Application

If you are interested in volunteering please click on the link, complete the MERG application and email to gary.burnett@mccmh.net or mail to the address on the application

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Macomb County Suicide Prevention Coalition
The Macomb County Suicide Prevention Coalition (MCSPC) is incorporated as a stand-alone charitable organization governed by concerned professionals and citizens. The MCSPC is not a corporate affiliate of either Macomb County Community Mental Health or the County of Macomb.

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