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 MOCmocemail@example.com 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.
Levels of Care/Services and Funding for SUD treatment
Crisis Intervention Services
Saint Joseph Center of Hope/CCSEM | 734-357-8880 (CMHPSM funded). A 24 – hour crisis intervention services available to individuals in active addiction. Staff work to connect individual to treatment and recovery resources.
CCSEM - Project ASSERT – 734-240-3850 (CMHPSM funded). Recovery Peer Support located in the emergency department of Monroe ProMedica Regional Hospital who provides support to individuals entering the ED with a substance related diagnosis. Provides resources and follow-up after discharge
CCSEM | 734-240-3850 (CMHPSM funded and private insurances) Peer services, case management, women specific services
Salvation Army Harbor Light – 734-384-3402 (CMHPSM funded) Peer services, case management, Medication Assisted Treatment
Monroe Community Mental Health Authority - 734-243-7340 (CMHPSM funded)
Passion of Mind Healing Center (CMHPSM funded) Peer services, case management, Medication Assisted Treatment
Family Medical Center – 734-654-2169, 734-344-5269 , Monroe, Temperance, Carleton, Lenawee. Peer services, Medication Assisted Treatment
ProMedica Monroe Regional Hospital – 734-240-1760, (Private Insurances, including Medicare) Outpatient individual, family and group counseling, therapy for Medication Assisted Treatment, Probation related services due to SUD, Driver’s License Examination, and men specific group on Monday nights.
MI REP- In Jail Program is a voluntary program, providing intensive case management, Dual Recovery Therapy (DRT) and peer support services to individuals with justice-involvement and co-occurring needs. MI-REP utilizes the MISSION CJ model and incorporates a team approach to working with individuals, from incarceration to community transition. MI-REP services are tailored to the individual and are designed to address the unique needs and recovery goals, of each participant. General services provided by MI-REP include case management and peer support, therapeutic monitoring, service/resource linkage, transition and treatment planning, provider/service coordination, vocational, educational and employment support, transportation assistance and aftercare planning. For more information, please call: Monroe Community Mental Health Authority: 734-243-7340 | Monroe Community Mental Health Authority After Hours: 800-886-7340ORMajor Troy Goodnough, 734-240-7564, firstname.lastname@example.org