DWIHN are a healthcare safety net organization that provides access to a full array of integrated services that facilitate individuals to maximize their level of function and create opportunities for quality of life.
CARE is a non-profit substance misuse prevention and treatment agency in Macomb County.
The Michigan Poison & Drug Information Center is the only nationally accredited poison control center serving all residents in the state of Michigan. Specialists in Poison Information can be reached around the clock and every day of the year by calling 1-800-222-1222. Board-certified clinical toxicologists are available to consult with healthcare providers caring for poisoned patients who are being cared for in medical facilities in Michigan. Community education outreach services and resources are available by request on our website or by calling the Poison Helpline.
Drug Free Muskegon County works to reduce substance abuse by acting as an organizing body for over 50 community organizations such as schools, health care providers, law enforcement, government organizations, and civic leaders, as well as business and youth. Our dynamic data-driven approach to identifying issues and developing initiatives to prevent drug abuse in Muskegon County is nationally recognized.
Olivet College’s mission is to provide an education that enriches lives intellectually, morally and spiritually to a diverse campus community. Having attained these qualities through their educational experiences at Olivet, our hope is that our graduates will embody the “divine art and science of doing good to others,” as stated by the College’s founding fathers in 1844.
The SUDDs Coalition offers prevention and outreach services to 13 Downriver cities. These areas include North Allen Park, Southgate, Melvindale, Wyandotte, Rockwood, Riverview, River Rouge, Grosse Isle, Gibraltar, Woodhaven, Brownstown Township, Flat Rock, and Trenton. The SUDDs Coalition consists of community members from local schools, law enforcement, city government, faith-based groups, businesses, hospitals, and many other organizations. The SUDDs Coalition is supported by The Guidance Center and funded through the Drug Free Communities Support Program.
SW MI Behavioral Health (SWMBH) is the Prepaid Inpatient Health Plan (PIHP) for eight Michigan counties. SWMBH, in partnership with local agencies and programs, privides SUD Prevention Services, Harm Reduction services and various modalities of Treatment services for persons with Substance User Disorders.
The Director of Research, Evaluation, and Leadership Development for The Institute for Leadership and Service at the University of Detroit Mercy provides community engaged research, evaluation, and technical assistance. Dr. Zimmerman-Oster specializes in “Leadership Development Across the Lifespan” and assessment and evaluation of community coalitions and prevention and early intervention programs.
Housed in the Health Promotion Department, Michigan State University’s Collegiate Recovery Community (CRC) serves students in or seeking recovery from alcohol and other drug addiction. Our mission is to provide a safe and supportive campus community in which students in recovery from addiction can achieve their academic, personal and professional goals.
Prevention Network is a statewide not-for-profit that aims to cultivate healthy communities across Michigan through prevention resources, technical assistance, and support. Prevention Network has provided support to individuals, grassroots groups, coalitions, and larger agencies across all 83 Michigan counties on substance misuse prevention since 1984. We strive to bridge the gap between research and practice for enhanced effectiveness of local prevention efforts.