North Country Community Mental Health (NCCMH) announced today that it is undergoing a rebranding initiative to better reflect its mission, vision, and values and commitment to providing high-quality behavioral health care services to the community. The initiative includes a new logo and updated website.
The new logo features a modern and dynamic design that embodies NCCMH’s commitment to providing high quality services and supports which are compassionate, welcoming, recovery-oriented, trauma-informed, and person- and family-centered. The updated website, which can be found at www.norcocmh.org, has been redesigned to be more user-friendly and informative for individuals seeking behavioral health services.
“As a mental health organization, we understand the importance of continuously improving the way we deliver our services,” said Brian Babbitt, CEO of NCCMH. “This rebranding initiative is a reflection of our commitment to providing the highest quality of behavioral health care to those in our community. We believe that our new logo and website will better represent our organization and make it easier for people to find the help they need.”
North Country Community Mental Health provides services to residents of Antrim, Charlevoix, Cheboygan, Emmet, Kalkaska and Otsego Counties experiencing a serious mental illness, severe emotional problem, or intellectual/developmental disability, including individuals with co-occurring substance use disorder. With a team of highly trained professionals, NCCMH offers a range of crisis intervention, outpatient, and home- and community-based services and supports.
Persons wishing to know more about North Country Community Mental Health are encouraged to visit www.norcocmh.org or to access services call (877) 470-7130. For 24/7 crisis intervention call (877) 470-4668.