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 Insuring that members have choice opportunities, access to services and resources.

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Customer Service

Helping to provide the assistance you need including member educational materials, Provider Directory Booklet & Member Handbook.


Learn what's happening in your community through information shared by members and community.

Health/Wellness Support

Valuable resources to help manage and keep track of all your personal health care needs.

Member Engagement & Advocacy

Community events, opportinities, and supports.

Mental Health Minute

We all need to take time to care for ourselves so we can be the best for others. We put together short "Mental Health Minutes" to encourage and inspire you. Enjoy!"

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Office of Recipient Rights

Know your rights when receiving mental health services in Michigan.
TTY for People with Hearing Loss or Speech Impairment:
Effective immediately, the new DWIHN TTY phone number is now 711 for anyone that has a speech impairment or hearing loss, they can call 711 and get assistance.
The new Crisis Care Center will officially open to the public on Monday, June 10th at 8:00 am. Anyone needing services/a referral can call 313-989-9444 or people can walk in and they will assisted by staff. 
To reach mobile crisis units: 844-IN CRISIS or 844-462-7474, by the end of June, there will be 12 vans running 24/7.
As always, anyone can call the Access Helpline at: 800-241-4949 anytime 24/7 to receive information, get connected to the mobile units, inquire about the Crisis Care Center or get connected to a provider in their neighborhood.
REACHUSDETROIT.ORG (free text line):
People that are more comfortable texting can do so, 313-488-HOPE or 313-488-4673 and receive up to 12 FREE counseling sessions, no matter if they have insurance. This is for people ages 14 years and older.