West Michigan Community Mental Health

West Michigan Community Mental Health’s mission is to partner, coordinate, and provide high quality care for children, adults, and families experiencing mental illness, intellectual and developmental disabilities and substance use disorders, serving the Mason, Lake, and Oceana Counties.

Network 180

Network180, the Community Behavioral Health Authority of Kent County, serves individuals and families seeking help for mental illness, substance use disorders, intellectual and developmental disabilities and support services for families. Our mission is to inspire hope, improve mental health, support self-determination and encourage recovery.


HealthWest provides services for individuals with serious mental illness, developmental disabilities, co-occurring substance use disorders, and children with serious emotional disturbances. We are focused on wellness, recovery, and integrated health. We value the voices of the individuals we serve, and are proud to partner with our local community.

Community Mental Health of Ottawa County

Community Mental Health (CMH) is a public provider of services for people with intellectual/developmental disabilities, serious mental illness, and/or substance use disorders. Our programs and activities are governed by a Board of Directors. Our services are available to residents of Ottawa County who have Medicaid or are uninsured, and who are eligible for services as defined by the Michigan Mental Health Code. We are CARF accredited for 12 programs.


OnPoint provides Counseling, Crisis Intervention, Suicide Prevention And Infant Mental Health To The Allegan, MI Area.

Lakeshore Regional Entity

Lakeshore Regional Entity is the public behavioral health plan for people with mental illness, developmental disability, and substance use disorders in Allegan, Kent, Lake, Mason, Muskegon, Oceana, and Ottawa counties.