911 Emergency line
If you or someone you know is exhibiting signs of an emergency call 911
988 Crisis Call Line
Michiganders in crisis now have an easy-to-remember three-digit number to call for help – 988. Michigan has joined the nation in transitioning to the 988-dialing code, which will operate through the existing National Suicide Prevention Lifeline’s network of more than 200 locally operated and funded crisis centers across the country.
Anyone with these concerns can call the crisis line:
Mental health-related distress.
Thoughts of suicide.
Substance use crisis.
There are specialized services available for veterans, LGBTQ individuals and other groups.
People who are worried about a loved one who may need support also can call.
Crisis center calling services are available in English and Spanish, and a Language Line Solutions to provide translation services in more than 250 additional languages is also available. Text and chat are currently available in English only.
TTY users will be served either through their preferred relay service or by dialing 711 then 800-273-8255.
586-307-9100 V / TTY