Michigan Mental Health Hotlines

Find help through our Michigan mental health hotline listings. These free resources are available to residents in need of substance abuse or mental health counseling.

According to a SAMHSA report, Michigan has mental health rates almost as high as the U.S. average. The report found that more than 23 out of every 1,000 residents have sought help for mental illness, compared to 24 per 1,000 for the entire United States. Mental illness and addiction can strike anyone, at any time. It affects all ages, races and walks of life in every state, including the home of the Great Lakes.

If you or a loved one is struggling with any type of mental health issue, help is available. Whether you have an addiction, debilitating anxiety or depression that seems insurmountable, you can overcome and thrive. Resources, such as the national and Michigan mental health hotline listings you’ll find below, are a great place to start.

Michigan Mental Health Hotline Listings

Michigan Peer Warmline

The Michigan Peer Warmline is open daily from 10 a.m. to 2 a.m. Peer counselors are standing by to talk to you about whatever you’re struggling with. Whether you have depression, anxiety, suicidal thoughts or an addiction, these caring individuals are available to listen. Many have overcome similar struggles in their own lives, so they can truly empathize with your situation and offer potential solutions.

(888) 733-7753


The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) also has a crisis hotline Michigan residents and anyone else in the nation can call. It’s available between the hours of 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday through Friday. You can also text or email if you don’t want to call. The professionals at this organization can talk with you about your mental illness or addiction and refer you to the right local resources.

Call: (800) 950-NAMI (6264)
Text: 62640
Email: helpline@nami.org


SAMHSA is the nation’s Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. This confidential mental health hotline for Michigan and other U.S. residents is geared toward helping individuals with substance abuse problems and serious mental illnesses. If you’re battling addiction, dealing with depression or anxiety is ruining your quality of life, this organization can be of great help. The hotline is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

(800) 662-HELP (4357)

The Listening Ear

Although The Listening Ear is a Michigan hotline that helps people in need of safe, affordable housing, it’s also a valuable resource for mental wellness. Michigan residents can call the number in their area 24-7 to reach a caring volunteer skilled in crisis intervention. Regardless of why you’re in distress, this organization can provide compassionate counsel with referral services to the right agencies for your situation.

Isabella County: (989) 772-2918
Clare County: (989) 386-2774

Community Mental Health Crisis Line

Call the CMHCM Crisis Line any time of the day or night if you need immediate intervention. There are multiple reasons to reach for this number. If you or a loved one is considering self-harm or suicide, call this crisis line. If your loved one is mentally impaired and in clear need of treatment but unable to recognize this, the staff at this crisis line may be able to help.

(800) 317-0708

Common Ground

Common Ground is Michigan’s 988 service. Anyone having suicidal thoughts can call this number for immediate assistance from a mental health professional. The team at Common Ground can also help callers with other issues, such as depression and anxiety. If you’re in severe mental distress from any cause, all you have to do is dial 988 to talk with a caring specialist right now. This line is available 24-7, and all calls are confidential.

Call, Text or Chat: 988

Copper Shores Crisis Line

Another Michigan mental health hotline is the Copper Shores Crisis Line. Trained crisis intervention specialists are there to help with various issues related to mental illness and addiction. These caring professionals can help you determine the problem and counsel you on coping strategies and safety plans. You may also be referred to community organizations for further help as needed.

Call: (800) 562-7622
Text: (906) 356-3337

Contact Us to Start Your Wellness Journey

Call us at Mental Health Hotline to take the first step toward recovery and wellness. Our caring staff is highly skilled in understanding the needs of mental health and substance abuse sufferers. We’ll listen to your needs and refer you to the appropriate resources so that you can start getting better today. Although the road to recovery can come with twists and turns, the right help can ensure you reach the finish line and enjoy a healthy life you may not have imagined possible.