What kind of future will your child have? Due to the alarming rise of childhood obesity rates, today's children may be the first generation of Americans whose life expectancy will be shorter than that of their parents.
Macomb County Community Mental Health provides a wide variety of mental health treatment and support services to adults and children with mental illness, developmental disabilities, and substance abuse treatment needs.
The mission of the Macomb/St. Clair Workforce Development Board is to integrate those youth and adults facing barriers to employment into the labor force by providing Customer Driven job training and other employability support services that will result in increased levels of : Employment, Opportunities, Wage Earnings and Enhanced Educational and Occupational Skills.
This Board directs the operation of the Retirement System for County employees. The County's representatives on the Retirement Board, per the Charter, shall be a representative from the Executive's Office, a representative from the Treasurer's Office, a representative from the County Board of Commissioners, a representative from the Department of Roads and three elected, active employees.
The Sheriff's office is a full service law enforcement and corrections organization whose goal is to protect the citizens of Macomb County.
Adopt-A-County Road program is a great opportunity for individuals and groups to take an active role in their community. With no costs and an easy process to get started, this program provides you and your group with a chance to make a positive environmental impact in your area, while teaching community responsibility and volunteerism to your participants.
The Mental Health Court offers specialized treatment for persons with severe and persistent mental illness who have a criminal case in the Circuit Court.
Macomb County, located in the heart of metropolitan Detroit and on the shores of Lake St. Clair, welcomes the film industry.
The Macomb County Health Department Hearing and Vision Program is conducting FREE Hearing and Vision Screenings for incoming Kindergarteners at various locations and dates from August to September. If your child has not been screened in preschool, please call (586) 412-5945 for an appointment and screening locations. SCREENINGS ARE DONE BY APPOINTMENT ONLY. Take advantage of this free service now, so your child will be prepared for entrance into Kindergarten prior to the first day of school, as mandated by the Michigan Public Health Code (Act 368 or 1979) MCHD Hearing and Vision Program