NAMI Metro – Oakland, Wayne and Macomb counties of Michigan exists to provide excellence in support, education and advocacy as a grassroots volunteer organization dedicated to maximizing the quality of life for all who are impacted by mental illness and eliminating the associated stigma. Our purpose is to provide updated information and support to those affected by serious mental illness in the counties we serve. NAMI Metro is a leading voice on service related issues that impact the mentally ill. We educate families, professionals and the public about the scientific evidence that shows serious mental illnesses are neurobiological brain disorders. NAMI Metro works to ensure there is a strong, coherent system of services provided that offers a continuum of care for the persistent, long-term needs of people with mental illness.
GREAT START WAYNE early childhood Newsletter Sign-up and G.R.A.C.E. Family Support childhood resource bundle
We invite all Wayne County faith leaders and faith-based organizations to sign up for the GSC-W newsletter to stay connected and informed about our early childhood system locally and at the state and national level. The Great Start Team offers the monthly newsletter to share brief updates, tips, trends and research for you to use in your daily work with families in Wayne County. Please go to www.greatstartwayne.org/ newsletter to sign up or contact the GSC-W office 734-225-6616 for assistance.
Additionally, through our G.R.A.C.E. Family Support Initiative we've put together a bag of early childhood resources, materials and information that we want to share with you. This bag along with our monthly newsletter will help enhance your capacity to extend support to families of young children. You are a significant touch point in the lives of many families and we want to make sure you are equipped with the right support tools. Please contact email@example.com for your appointment. I look forward to hearing from you.
Catholic Charities of Southeast Michigan (CCSEM) is a nonprofit human services organization serving individuals and families. Our services include operating the All Saints Soup Kitchen and Food Pantry in southwest Detroit, the Project Hope Prolife ministry, Adoption and Foster Care, Behavioral Health, Christian Service and Health Care Ministries, Hispanic Outreach, Immigration and Refugee support and Senior services. CCSEM annually assists more than 20,000 people of all faiths, races, and cultures throughout the six-counties in metro Detroit.
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Health Coverage Resources
Walk in Cabrini Clinic or call for assistance with enrollment, health coverage questions or to understand your new coverage. We will help with Medicaid, Medicare or Marketplace enrollment. ACA or Healthy Michigan Plan questions can be answered by our Care Coordinator on staff and helpful volunteers. 313.961.7863, ext. 2 or 4
Pathway to Health Care Video Series for Public Use
A series of health literacy videos from the Greater Detroit Area Health Council (GDAHC) and the St. Francis Cabrini Clinic.
Find MI Care
Find MI Care was created by the Greater Detroit Area Health Council, a non-profit health care coalition, to help you find local and low-cost health care. It is a free tool that helps you find a clinic near you that meets all your health care needs.
Health Insurance Marketplace Navigators are here to help!
Health insurance can be difficult to understand, residents no longer have to feel that they are alone in the challenge. If you have questions about health insurance or need to enroll our Health Insurance Navigators are available to help you year round.
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The Greater Detroit Area Health Council’s Choosing Wisely Campaign
Choosing Wisely is an initiative of the American Board of Internal Medicine Foundation. More than 60 medical specialty societies have joined the campaign and created lists of “Things Providers and Patients Should Question.” The lists include evidence-based recommendations that should be discussed by providers and patients to help make wise decisions about the most appropriate care based on a patients’ individual situation.
EVALUATING HEALTH INFORMATION ON THE INTERNET
One of the challenges of searching for health information on the web is that of credibility. Anyone who knows how to create a web page could be on the web. The issue of credibility of the sources you find is key to their use.
Unfortunately not everyone is informed and may act on items found on a website which is not credible. Click for an Acrobat presentation from Madonna University College of Nursing and Health
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Service Area: All of Southeast lower Michigan including the entire Detroit Metro Area
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