The Hamtramck Drug Free Community Coalition (HDFCC) was founded by the Piast Institute in 2007 in response to rising rates of substance abuse among Hamtramck youth. The coalition has grown since then to include many active community leaders from all areas of our city. These stakeholders help the coalition to host numerous exciting events for youth in Hamtramck, including the annual Hamtramck Health Hike, pre-prom events, speakers on substance abuse issues, and other signature programs.
The Macomb County Office of Substance Abuse (MCOSA), a department within MCCMH, is responsible for planning, funding, monitoring and coordinating publicly funded substance use disorder prevention, treatment, and recovery services for Macomb County residents.
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.
PIHP Northern Lower Michigan 21 Counties
Oakland Community Health Network (OCHN) is the Prepaid Inpatient Health Plan (PIHP) Region 8 for Oakland County. 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 and Human Services, General Fund, grants, and Oakland County.