Adult Services

Summit Pointe offers a wide range of people-centered services.

We know it’s not easy asking for help, knowing what’s out there and navigating services in our community.
Summit Pointe helps nearly 10,000 people a year and we think we can help.

First Step Psychiatric Urgent Care Center

No need to call or set up an appointment. If you are in need of mental health and/or substance use services, come visit us at our new location at: 175 College St. in Battle Creek.

  • All Ages Welcome
  • All Insurance Welcome No Insurance Required
  • Interpretation Services Available
  • Mental Health and Substance Use Services

24 Hr Crisis Hotline 1.800.632.5449

Peer Supports

Peer Supports and Mentors offer encouragement and the benefits of their lived experience. They are people with either a mental illness or developmental disability who have learned successful life strategies through their own experiences.

Peer Supports and Mentors know that being a self-advocate starts with self-determination. They know the benefits of living independently. In addition, they understand how to be part of the community and navigate housing, education, benefits, transportation and entitlements. Peer Supports and Peer Mentors involve friends and family as determined by the individuals they support.

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Recovery Coaches

Recovery Coaches work with customers to achieve increased wellness, recovery, community inclusion/participation, independence and productivity. Recovery Coaches promote mental health recovery through teaching and role modeling with customers in different Summit Pointe’s Substance Use Disorder programs. Recovery Coaches offer their own unique recovery story, provide assistance with appointments, transportation, information and strategies to help customers with mental health, trauma, substance abuse and/or chronic medical conditions to access health care services and improve the customers’ quality of life.

Psychiatric Services

Summit Pointe offers psychiatric and medical services to support customers on their path to recovery. Our team of psychiatrists and mid-level practitioners will work with you to find the best approach to wellness and recovery including education,  expert opinion on how to best use medication therapies in cooperation with your treatment, and care coordination for your physical health. The team will evaluate your needs and service availability, and develop a plan with your input on how to best achieve your goals.

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Assertive Community Treatment

Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) provides service to adults 18 years and older who are experiencing difficulty living independently due to ongoing symptoms of their mental illness.The ACT team helps people who are experiencing difficulty managing their medications without support, people who are at risk for arrest and inappropriate incarceration due to their illness, and people who are frequent users of inpatient hospital emergency services or crisis residential services.

Outpatient Therapy

Outpatient Therapy services are designed to help you triumph over personal concerns, life stress and unresolved issues. Personal counseling offers a chance to talk over what is on your mind with a professional who can help you learn new skills and ways of looking at situations so that you will be more capable of resolving these issues. Learn more about our caring professionals, their specialties, and their approach in helping you achieve a higher quality of life.

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Assisted Outpatient Therapy

Assisted Outpatient Therapy (AOT) is court ordered oversight of mental health treatment. Services are provided in outpatient settings as an alternative to inpatient psychiatric hospitalization. This program is designed for adults over the age of 18 who require additional support to engage in mental health services.

Substance Use Disorder

The addiction professionals at Summit Pointe are aware of the complexity involved in treating substance use disorder and we are committed to helping people find their path to recovery.

If you, a family member or friend needs help overcoming substance use disorder, please call the professionals at Summit Pointe, (269) 966-1460.

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Opioid Health Home

Living with addiction or dependence along with another health problem is hard. Not only that, but it makes understanding how to get help even more challenging. The Opioid Health Home simplifies everything for you. This recovery-centered benefit is for Medicaid, Healthy Michigan Plan and MIChild enrollees.

Our team of healthcare providers will work with you to coordinate, support, and help manage your recovery and other healthcare and social needs. With this extra support, you can take control of your care and forge a direct path to long-term recovery.

Veteran Navigator

The Veteran Navigator Program was created to be a service where Veterans can turn to for support when utilizing and navigating services made available throughout Calhoun County, the State of Michigan, and the Department of Veterans Affairs.

The Veteran Navigator’s role is to guide and connect Veterans and their families with resources for filing a service-connected disability claim, substance abuse, mental health treatment, physical health needs, housing, and food resources.

There is no charge for this service for the Veteran and their families and they do not have to be en­rolled in any other Summit Pointe programs for this assistance.

Click Here For Additional Information From The Michigan Veteran Affairs Agency About Veteran Services







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Jail Services

In partnership with the Calhoun County Sheriff’s Department, the jail services team provide comprehensive and wraparound services to individuals with behavioral health needs being released from the Calhoun County Correctional Facility.

The jail services team provides services to adults ages 18 and older with the goal of connecting to community services and decreasing recidivism. Team members include a Boundary Spanner, Case Manager and Peer/Recovery Coach.

Intensive Outpatient Program

The Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) is designed for individuals with a substance use disorder who require more than weekly counseling and less than residential care. The program provides monitoring several times a week in a supportive group setting. The group meets four times a week, from 9am-noon,  for three hours. Participants attend for 12 to 16 weeks.

This level of care is appropriate for those who are experiencing high stress life circumstances that make it more difficult to cope with urges and cravings to use substances, who have not been able to stabilize their substance use in a traditional outpatient setting.

IOP is for individuals who are able and willing to commit to a structured program requiring regular attendance and active participation. We understand each person in this program comes with very diverse issues and problems, and we are sensitive to everyone’s needs, personality, communication style, readiness to change and personal preferences. We will work with you to develop a treatment plan that takes into consideration these preferences within the structure and guidelines of the outpatient addiction program.

Our IOP staff is highly experienced. Therapists have expertise in both mental health and substance use disorders.

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