This is a reminder that the Michigan State Police (MSP) and many local law enforcement entities in our counties are participating in Michigan's "Angel" program which allows an individual seeking substance abuse treatment to walk into any MSP post in Michigan and to request help getting into treatment. A volunteer "Angel" is summoned to the MSP Post to assist with arranging access to treatment and transport to an available treatment provider.
Military Sexual Trauma (MST) is the term that the Department of Veterans Affairs uses when defining sexual assault or sexual harassment that has occurred while a Veteran (male or female) served in the Armed Forces. The definition used by the Department of Veterans Affairs comes from Federal law (Title 38 U.S. Code 1720D) and is "psychological trauma, which in the judgment of a VA mental health professional, resulted from a physical assault of a sexual nature, battery of a sexual nature, or sexual harassment which occurred while the Veteran was serving on active duty, active duty for training, or inactive duty training" (National Center for PTSD, 2017).
The Star Behavioral Health Providers (SBHP) initiative works with course content created by the Center for Deployment Psychology (CDP). Tier One will be taught by SBHP trained staff from each state. Tier Two and Tier Three will be taught by special teams from CDP. SBHP is a three-tiered training program, with each training tier building upon knowledge from the previous tier.
This document outlines the Mid-State Health Network Prepaid Inpatient Health Plan need for expanded Substance Use Disorder Outpatient, Peer Support/Recovery and Case Management treatment services in Ionia County.
This document outlines the Mid-State Health Network Prepaid Inpatient Health Plan need for expanded Substance Use Disorder Adult and Adolescent Residential treatment services in Hillsdale County.
This document outlines the Mid-State Health Network Prepaid Inpatient Health Plan need for expanded Substance Use Disorder Outpatient, Peer Support/Recovery and Case Management treatment services in Eaton County.
Mid-State Health Network (MSHN) Prepaid Inpatient Health Plan need for Single Audit, Financial Audit and Compliance Examination services.
Mid-State Health Network (MSHN) Prepaid Inpatient Health Plan need for Financial System and Accounting Functions that may be provided by an outside accounting firm on behalf of Mid-State Health Network (MSHN), and details the bid process for the functions.
Job seekers have access to the newest jobs in the behavioral health and substance use disorders fields. You may search by job title, agency or county. Instructions for applying are included with each posting.
On January 1, 2014 Mid-State Health Network (MSHN) became the new Medicaid Managed Care Organization for a portion of Michigan’s behavioral health services. MSHN and its provider network are responsible for maintaining an adequate service delivery system for persons with Serious and Persistent Mental Illness, Serious Emotional Disturbances, Developmental Disabilities, and Substance Use Disorders.
MSHN Compliance Line
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