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Community Mental Health - Millage News

Posted on: October 26, 2020

New website features millage background, data, and accomplishments

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Washtenaw County Community Mental Health is pleased to share a new website for information about the county’s eight-year Public Safety and Mental Health Preservation Millage, which will be in effect through 2026.

The millage site features: 

  • the 24/7 hotline for accessing countywide mental health and substance use support services; 

  • a history of the millage ballot initiative and the community engagement work that followed to inform millage investment priorities;

  • roughly three-dozen news stories about millage-funded programs, services, and initiatives;

  • an overview of the county-approved millage investment priorities for the first three years of the millage, and 

  • an introduction to the Millage Advisory Committee, which oversees millage investments.

The site also includes detail about millage-funded accomplishments in four key areas:

  • Service expansion,

  • Criminal justice diversion,

  • Youth supports, and

  • Education and prevention.

To suggest additions to the website, or to request information about millage activities, contact [email protected]

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