Find Our RFPs/RFIs Here!!

(click this link)



Look below this advisory for additional information and resources.

Please feel free to click on the link above for a

printable version so you can help spread the word!

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PFAS Awareness and Resources

The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services - Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities Administration released additional public information on Monday, July 30, 2018 regarding the PFAS water crisis in Parchment, Michigan.  This information was only sent to a few in the community, therefore, we have decided to share this information by posting the latest updates to our webpage for you to  view.  We will continue to post all updates on this situation as more information is made available.

Click on the icons below to access the most up-to-date information and/or resources made available to us by MDHHS.  Printable PDF versions are available for the lists and memos.



Staff Training
Up-To-Date Info
on PFAS Response


 Local Emergency Managers
Local Health Departments


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Opioid Study


We encourage you to click on the picture above to access a printable version for you to share!

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Welcome To KCMHSAS - Empowering People To Succeed


Kalamazoo Community Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services (KCMHSAS) has been delivering quality services and programs to improve the lives of those we serve for over 30 years. We provide a welcoming and diverse community partnership which collaborates and shares effective resources that support individuals and families to be successful through all phases of life. KCMHSAS works with youth, families, and adults with mental illnesses, intellectual and developmental disabilities, and substance abuse disorders to help them succeed.

We build on the strengths, hopes, and dreams of those who come in contact with KCMHSAS. We are fortunate to have dedicated and caring board members, families, individuals served, peers, staff, advocates, providers, and other collaborative partners. We are proud to be the developer/sponsor of The Recovery Institute - empowering individuals with a mental illness to lead rich and meaningful lives in the community.


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