Community Mental Health offers walk in or call crisis 24 Hours a Day (Walk-in services are for those in immediate crisis and cannot wait for an appointment). Visit our Walk-in Clinics Map to get directions to your nearest CMH Building. Crisis services provides crisis intervention, assessment, and screening for voluntary and involuntary psychiatric hospitalization, or learn the four signs of mental crisis.
Hi, my name is Jim Kelly. I serve as the Coordinator of programs for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities for the Detroit Wayne Community Mental Health Authority. I’ve had a varied career working with people with disabilities and their families in a number of settings, ranging from advocacy organizations to agencies providing employment and residential support services. During my career, I’ve also worked with people experiencing serious and persistent mental illness as well as those who were homeless.
As part of the Clinical Practice team, I oversee the development, implementation and monitoring of IDD services. In addition, I assists in the development and delivery of technical assistance, practice innovation, education strategies and policy development for our provider network and the community at large.
I received my bachelor’s degree from University of Michigan and my master’s degree from Wayne State University where I studied Rehabilitation and Community Inclusion and specialized in supportive employment. I am a State of Michigan licensed professional counselor.
Please feel free to browse our website or contact me for additional information or assistance. I may be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (I/DD) are a group of conditions due to an impairment in physical, learning, language, or behavior areas that start in childhood. About one in six children in the U.S. have one or more developmental disabilities or other developmental delays.
B. If applied to a minor from birth to 5 years of age, a substantial developmental delay or a specific congenital or acquired condition with a high probability of resulting in developmental disability as defined in subdivision (A) if services are not provided.