Medication-assisted treatment is a critically important tool available for opioid use disorder, and yet it continues to be widely misunderstood and underutilized. We want to dispel some myths and explain why this rapidly developing treatment is a game-changer in the field of substance use disorder care.
The Health Fund and four other funders are joining together to support 61 Michigan health organizations as they ramp up telehealth efforts. The nearly $3 million of grants will help patients access critical care without putting themselves, their families, or their doctors at risk.
We’re pleased to announce 39 new awards through our 2019 Behavioral Health and Nutrition & Healthy Lifestyles programs! The funded projects are innovative efforts to improve the state of health in every part of Michigan.
We’re pleased to announce that 50 organizations will receive funding through our 2019 Community Health Impact program! The funded projects align both with our mission of improving health and wellness of Michigan residents, as well as with one of our eight focus areas.
An exploration of behavioral health response models, and the legal, financial, and coordination challenges to change.
The Family Medical Center of MI, Inc. (FMC) provides resources for ADHD, depression, anxiety, and substance use disorders using telemedicine in ten schools throughout rural Southeast Michigan.