Substance Use Disorder Resource Guide for Monroe County. This guide was made possible through the support and collaboration with many Monroe County community agencies. We are honored to partner with our amazing community to help empower Monroe County residents with the information they need to improve their overall physical health, mental health, and well-being.
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The CMHPSM is one of Michigan’s ten Medicaid Prepaid Inpatient Health Plans and is responsible for the counties of Lenawee, Livingston, Monroe, and Washtenaw. We provide oversight of the management and integration of Medicaid mental health services for adults with intellectual/developmental disabilities, serious mental illness and children with serious emotional disturbances. In addition we oversee substance use disorder services across the four county region. Mental Health Services are delivered through the Community Mental Health Service Providers in each respective county: Lenawee Community Mental Health Authority, Livingston Community Mental Health Authority, Monroe Community Mental Health Authority and Washtenaw County Community Mental Health Agency. Our goal is to provide meaningful outcomes for our consumers. The Substance Use Disorder services are delivered through core service providers within the region. The Community Mental Health Partnership of Southeast Michigan (CMHPSM) is a collaborative effort between Lenawee, Livingston, Monroe and Washtenaw counties that was renewed in 2013, the CMHPSM was originally established in 2002. The CMHPSM regional entity was created in response to meeting the state requirement of consolidation to ten PIHP regions. It is the intention of the CMHPSM to ensure consistent implementation and management of services provided. We have a strategic plan guided by our Vision, Mission and Values.
Accessing Substance Use Disorder Services in Monroe County
Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT ) Medication-assisted treatment is a treatment for addiction that includes the use of medication along with counseling and other support.
CDC Prescribing Guidelines According to the CDC the benefits of long-term opioid therapy for chronic pain is not well supported by the evidence. Additionally, the short-term benefits related to pain are moderate and inconsistent for functioning. For prescribing guidelines from the CDC see their 2016 Guideline Information for Providers.
Monroe County Mental Health Authority (MCMHA) 1001 S Raisinville Rd., Monroe, MI 48161 (734) 243-7340 | www.monroecmha.org
MCMHA completes all screenings for SUD treatment for Monroe County Residents for both Medicaid or Non-Insured individuals. In completing these screens, they would be authorized anywhere from outpatient, intensive outpatient, women’s special health programs, short term residential. MCMHA can also assist with co-occuring disorders by scheduling a screening appt to assess mental health needs.
The Michigan Opioid Collaborative (MOC) Providers should contact MOCmocfirstname.lastname@example.org for any additional questions or to get support. The Michigan Opioid Collaborative (MOC) can help Michigan providers who are treating patients with Opioid Use Disorders (OUDs). We provide consultations with Psychiatrist and Physicians who specialize in the use of Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) and connect them with community-based Behavioral Health Consultants (BHCs) to provide assistance linking patients to other treatment, community supports, and resources.