Oakland Community Health Network (OCHN) leads a provider service network that assists approximately 23,000 Oakland County citizens at more than 300 service sites across the county. OCHN also manages a $300 million budget funded in part by the Michigan Department of Health Human Services, General Fund, grants, and Oakland County.
People who receive public mental health services through OCHN's provider network include those who have an intellectual or developmental disability, mental health challenge, or substance use disorder. The majority of these individuals have Medicaid insurance coverage. OCHN's goal is to ensure these individuals are aware of and have access to services and supports that will improve their health and quality of life, as well as ensure their engagement in full community participation.
Inspire hope, empower people, and strengthen communities.
OCHN will be a national leader in the delivery of quality integrated physical and mental health supports and services to children and adults with developmental disabilities, mental illnesses, and substance use disorders. We respond to our community's needs and empower people to achieve the lives that are important to them.
- We promote equality and personal choice leading towards self-directed lives.
- We use language that promotes dignity and respect for all people.
- We are guided by the goals, needs, and desires of the people we serve.
- We promote and protect the rights of people we serve as they seek to achieve their personal life outcomes.
- We lead with integrity, accountability, and transparency.
- We strengthen our community by identifying needs and implementing innovative solutions.
- We collaborate in shared purpose with individuals served, families, staff, service providers, and the community.
OCHN does not exclude people or treat them differently because of race, color, national origin, age, disability, or sex. Free interpreter services are available. If special accommodations are needed to inquire about services, please contact 248-858-1210.