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If you, or someone you know, is in suicidal crisis or emotional distress, please call:
You can call the crisis center for any of the following reasons:
We're available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
On Monday, March 23, Governor Whitmer issued a 'Stay at Home' order for the State of Michigan. As an essential service, Network180 continues to provide all direct services, utilizing telehealth options whenever possible and continue to do so until the Governor's order is lifted. The Access Center remains open 24/7. Those individuals in immediate crisis, risk of suicide or experiencing acute substance use should come directly to the Access Center. All other individuals should call first (616) 336-3909.
Dear Network180 Community:
On Monday, March 16, Network180 will adopt additional strategies to help mitigate the spread of the coronavirus. Though we will be continuously evaluating the situation and adjusting as needed, we anticipate these measures will remain in place until Monday, April 6 at a minimum, consistent with the Governor’s school closure announcement.
Network180 continues to provide all direct services:
The Access Center remains open 24/7. Those individuals in immediate crisis, risk of suicide or experiencing acute substance use should come directly to the Access Center. All other individuals should call first (616) 336-3909.
Routine care provided through Network180 will continue as well, although we will be adjusting some of our delivery methods by:
Your Network180 clinicians will be contacting the individuals they work with to make these arrangements.
We encourage community members to help slow the spread of COVID 19 in Kent County by following the guidance provided by the CDC, State of Michigan and Kent County Health Department:
This situation continues to evolve almost daily. We will continue to update the community as these changes occur.