Important information and resources are located at the bottom of this page.
Montcalm Care Network UPDATE
Montcalm Care Network (MCN) staff are working hard to ensure services continue during the Coronavirus outbreak. We are taking precautions to protect you, your families and our staff. Links to helpful information and resources are provided below to help you in staying safe.
As of August 2020, all MCN services are available in-person or by telehealth. MCN’s Stanton office is open Monday through Friday, 8am to 5pm for walk-ins and at other times by appointment.
Those entering the office will be screened for symptoms upon arrival. If you have been ill or recently exposed to someone with COVID, please call us to reschedule your services via telehealth.
The Center for Disease Control recommends people who are or have been ill with fever, shortness of breath, and cough, to stay home and rest for a period of ten days to two weeks. If your symptoms do not improve you should contact your primary care doctor.
As always, MCN staff are here to help. If you are in need of autism, mental health or substance use disorder services, please call us at 989-831-7520.
Important Information and Resources
Please click on the below links to view important notices and resources regarding Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Spectrum Health COVID-19 Information
Mid-Michigan District Health Department 03-13-2020 confirms first presumptive positive COVID-19 case
What to do if you are sick with coronavirus disease (COVID-19)
How to help prevent the spread of germs
Educational & Community Resources
Click here to view a list of educational websites to keep children engaged at home. For even more free options, click here.
Essentials for Parenting Toddlers and Preschoolers - Click to view resources from the CDC to help parents interact positively with children.
First3Years (Free online courses)
Exercises by Headspace - Click to view a collection of meditation, sleep, and movement exercises.
Yoga Videos - Click to view a collection of Yoga videos created by one of our staff members to help stay active at home.
The Crisis Prevention Institute has the following resources available to help manage anxiety and stress during the pandemic:
- De-escalation tips in light of the COVID 19 Crisis
- Managing Your Own Anger - A Guide for Parents
- The Power of Listening - A Guide for Parents
- CPI’s Top 10 De-Escalation Tips
Virtual Field Trip Listings (Yellowstone, Museums, Live animal camera's)
Montcalm County area Food Pantry listings
Montcalm and Ionia County United Way Information and Feeding America Food Truck Schedule