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Living with a serious mental illness or serious emotional disturbance is hard and it makes understanding how to get help even more difficult. The Behavioral Health Home simplifies everything you do. The Behavioral Health Home is a benefit for Medicaid, Health Michigan Plan, and MIChild enrollees. Our team of health care providers will work with you to coordinate, support, and help manage your health care and social needs. With this extra support, you can take control of your care. You can even choose a personal care coordinator to help you along the way.
If you meet the qualifying health conditions and live in one of the participating counties, the Behavioral Health Home could be for you. The best thing to do to get more information is to call your Prepaid Inpatient Health Plan and ask about the Behavioral Health Home. Your Prepaid Inpatient Health Plan is your Specialty Behavioral Health Plan. They can answer your questions about the program and how to best get the services it offers.
What are Qualifying Health Conditions?
You must be diagnosed with:
Serious Mental Illness or Serious Emotional Disturbance
- Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorders
- Bipolar disorder
- Major depressive disorder, single episode
- Major depressive disorder, recurrent
- Other anxiety disorders
- Other mental disorders due to physiological condition
- Reaction to severe stress, and adjustment disorders
- Schizoaffective disorders
Comments or questions about Behavioral Health Home can be sent to: MDHHS-BHDDAHealthHomes@michigan.gov