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OCHN - MDOC Referral and Information Page


Welcome to OCHN's Michigan Department of Corrections (MDOC) information and referral page. All important documents associated with substance use services through the Oakland County public mental health system are located at this site.   

(Please click the blue box above to complete the online referral form)  


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According to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), an estimated 10 million people ages 12 to 20 report drinking alcohol during the past month; approximately 23 million Americans are using illegal drugs.

Behavior associated with addiction can include: regular/daily use of a substance, failed attempts to stop using, illegal or dangerous activities, and increased time/energy spent on using. OCHN's substance use services team offers expert, professional support to assist people with recovery.  Click here to view information video.

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* OCHN is offering Telehealth Services during this time. Please contact your provider for more information.

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There are currently three (3) open positions on the OPB. Representation for the open positions would preferably include persons with ties to the faith-based community, an individual with a prevention background, and an individual in active recovery who received services in the network. Any interested individuals can submit an application to OCHN for consideration. Select OPB Application link

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Naloxone Standing Order - helps to ensure individuals in the State of Michigan who are at risk of experiencing an opioid-related overdose, or who are family members, friends, or other persons who are able to assist an individual a risk to obtain Naloxone. 



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