As Tuscola County's primary provider of behavioral health services, we are confident that we can assist with your health care needs.
This area gives a brief overview of just a few of the many programs or services available to you. Whether you become a Primary Consumer (someone receiving services directly) or a Secondary Consumer (someone responsible for the person receiving care), we look forward to a relationship that will improve your life and the lives of your loved ones.
During the first appointment with your therapist, you will be asked to share detailed information about your concerns, as well as, your past medical, psychiatric, and life history. Based on this information, you and your therapist will establish goals for treatment and develop a treatment plan. You are encouraged to actively participate in the development of your treatment plan and in your therapy.
It is Tuscola Behavioral Health Systems priority to work with you and your family to provide the best quality of care possible. Our staff is dedicated to understanding your needs and ideas. Services are confidential.
An individual who is unable to speak, read, write or understand the English language at a level that permits him/her to gain meaningful access to our services is entitled to have language assistance provided free of charge. Services may include:
Interpretation by a certified interpreter by telephone and/or video interpretation service.
Translation of particular written or electronic published materials.
Onsite interpreter for American Sign Language.
If you have a hearing impairment you may choose one of the ways below to reach us:
Call Michigan Relay by dialing "7-1-1" or 800.649.3777 and then ask to be connected to the number you are trying to reach;
Call Sorenson Video Relay at 866.327.8877 or CALL.SVRS.TV from any videophone. If you do not currently have Sorenson Video Relay Service and would like to apply for free equipment and services, go to www.sorensonvrs.com.