Oakland Community Health Network leads a provider service network that assists approximately 25,800 Oakland County citizens, as well as manages a $300 million dollar budget. This budget provides funding for more than 300 service sites.
People who receive public mental health services through the OCHN provider network include those who have an intellectual/developmental disability, adults with a mental illness, children with serious emotional disturbance, and persons with substance use disorders. The majority of these individuals have Medicaid.
OCHN exists to ensure that all of these individuals are made aware of and have accessibility to services and supports that will improve their health and quality of life, as well as ensure their engagement in full community participation.