Pines Behavioral Health

Pines Behavioral Health is Branch County's Community Mental Health Program, serving persons with behavioral health needs 24 hours a day.

Pines Behavioral Health is Branch County's Community Mental Health Program, serving persons with behavioral health needs 24 hours a day.

Pines supports the end to racial inequity and social injustice for all.

Pines - Mental Health Month Greetings

In honor of Mental Health Month, we wanted to share with you all of our services as we continue to stay safe and healthy!

Good reminders put together by our prevention team, Mackenzie and Samantha. #mentalhealthmonth

Becky Clancy-Pines Behavioral Health-Helping Kids Cope

Some great suggestions from child therapist, Becky Clancy, on activities to help children continue to cope with staying home as we stay safe. Becky Clancy of Pines Behavioral Health Services had some tips on helping kids cope during the coronavirus pandemic and school shutdown

A special thank you to all of the direct care workers in the specialized and general adult foster care homes!

Thank you so much to the Branch County Community Foundation for donating phone minutes to the many consumers using their phones to connect to their therapist, physician, or care coordinator at Pines during this sheltering period. Because mental health matters. #BranchCountyStrong

Enjoy walking, hiking, biking, and the sights and sounds of nature in our many parks right now. The DNR has announced a gradual re-opening plan for campgrounds beginning May 15th.

It's a beautiful day today!

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Community Support Group extended to at least the end of May. Join us tonight at 5:00 on Zoom!

Community Support Group Information:
Wednesday's at 5:00 p.m.
Meeting ID: 726 528 260
Password: 011970

The Coldwater Area Ministerial Association will be distributing Kellogg's Cereal, Cheez-its, paper plates, and cups on Monday April 27th between 10 am and 2 pm in The Coach Eby Center parking lot at 89 West Chicago Street in Coldwater. It will be a drive thru on the East side of the building. Everyone must stay in their vehicles. CAMA will also be dispensing laundry soap but you must bring your own plastic container.

Pines Behavioral Health

Join us again tonight for the Community Group! On the Zoom website, choose "Join a Meeting" and then manually enter Meeting ID: 726 528 260 and Password 011970. If you are a First Responder, please PM for your group login. (Do not use old links previously circulated).

Community Support Group Information:
Wednesday's at 5:00 p.m.
Meeting ID: 726 528 260
Password: 011970

Many food resources available to anyone in need. Please share!

[04/15/20]   Community Support Group Information:
Wednesday's at 5:00 p.m.
Meeting ID: 726 528 260
Password: 011970

Pines remains open, serving those in Branch County in need of mental health or substance use services. All services are being provided by telehealth or phone, keeping you safe and at home. Crisis support available 24 hours, 7 days a week. Call 517-278-2129 to start services or if in crisis.

Some helpful guidance if you have, or think you have been exposed.

It is clear that everyone is under a lot of stress. The Covid-19 pandemic is unprecedented in our lifetime and the unpredictability of what we are facing is hard for everyone. People are worried about health, money, family, and friends. We understand the stress you are facing; we feel it too. Now, more than ever, we must pull together and take care of each other. Pines is committed to continue to provide needed mental health and substance use services - although it may look different. Many of our staff are working from their homes but providing support services telephonically or in the community. Therapists and physicians are onsite providing services to those that are well, and telephonic or telehealth support to many others. We continue to provide the availability of crisis services to all of Branch County and screen for inpatient admissions for persons without insurance or covered by Medicaid. In addition, prevention education services for all ages will be available online. Unless required by the government to do otherwise, we will find a way to continue to provide services to all those in need.
Hang in there and take of yourself. These are difficult, stressful times, but you are not alone.

It’s important to take care of ourselves in order to take care of others. Today our FUN committee hosted hourly drawings, a popcorn bar, pizza lunch, and noise makers in honor of National Have Fun at Work Day! 🎉🍿🍕

We need to change the words we use when we talk about opioid epidemic

Stigma and shame prevents too many from accessing needed services. Although Branch County does not have a substance use inpatient facility, Pines can help with the admission to one out of county and arrange the needed transportation. Pines provides local services from prevention to intensive outpatient, and many options in between including medication assisted treatment for opiate addiction. Let’s end this epidemic! Stigma means a sense of shame or judgment, and it is pervasive for individuals struggling with substance use disorders.

Let’s do this!

From all of us, to all of you!

Getting ready for our annual holiday party. The smell of ham cooking in the background....🎄

Pines Behavioral Health-Youth Engaged in Prevention

Listen to the prevention efforts underway to decrease the rise of vaping within the school setting. Samantha Hall from Pines Behavioral Health and Tate Hostetler, the President of the Coldwater High School Youth In Prevention group, joined us to discuss the problem of vaping and what's being done to help in the local school

A team normally united is divided today. What about you - are you a Spartan or a Wolverine?

Today and every day, we thank you!

👻Happy Halloween from Pines!🎃

Oh my “gourd”, didn’t the departments do a fantastic job?! #PinesPumpkinContest

Careers at Pines Behavioral Health Services

Pines is hiring! If you have a bachelors or masters degree in a human services field, check out the positions and join our team. Find your next great career opportunity at Pines Behavioral Health Services

Officers learn to better address mental health as Battle Creek hosts state conference

CIT in Branch County is now entering its second year. It’s a fabulous program, and law enforcement like Quincy’s Officer Estrada have been using it to make a difference locally. Special shout out to Mark Katz, Pines’ Jail Diversion Coordinator, and Dillon Webb who have worked together to bring CIT to life for our community. Police officers across the state of Michigan are taking a new approach when dealing with people facing mental health issues. Over the last few days, officers and mental health professionals from across the state gathered at FireKeepers Casino Hotel in Battle Creek to touch base on what's working, an...

October 6-12 is Mental Ilness Awareness Week. Let us all support those that are receiving or in need of treatment.

Tibbits Talk: Jennifer Barnaba-Michael Motkowski-Next To Normal

“In times of darkness, find the light” Jennifer Barnaba and Michael Motkowski, two of the stars of the Tibbits Opera House's production of "Next To Normal", were our guests on this week's Tibbits Talk

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Pines - Mental Health Month Greetings




200 Vista Drive
Coldwater, MI

Opening Hours

Monday 08:00 - 17:00
Tuesday 08:00 - 19:00
Wednesday 08:00 - 17:00
Thursday 08:00 - 17:00
Friday 08:00 - 17:00
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If you or someone you know is in crisis or distress, reach out for hope at 1-800-273-TALK, 517-278-SAFE, 1-888-725-7534, or 911.