Welcome to the Direct Support Professional (DSP) Resource Page!
Direct Support Professionals (DSP) are the heart and soul of quality care for people in need. They help individuals lead more independent and fulfilled lives. Without their support, individuals would have greater challenges in reaching their dreams in life.
Consider becoming a Direct Support Professional
Oakland Community Health Network has a number of workgroups for providers, individual receiving services, and
community partners to participate and give feedback about the public mental health system.
All Oakland Community Health Network Workgroups meet at the OCHN Troy Administration Building at
5505 Corporate Drive, Troy, MI 48098
Anyone interested in being part of one of the OCHN Workgroups listed below, please complete the registration form.
OCHN Workgroup Link
Begin Ending Stigma Today (BEST)
The BEST Workgroup is a team of dedicated representatives from OCHN and it's provider agencies. The BEST Mission is to create a stigma-free culture in Oakland County.
The BEST Workgroup meets
Link to BEST meeting information
Citizens Advisory Committee (CAC)
The Citizens Advisory Committee provides advice and recommendations to the Oakland Community Health Network Board, Executive Director and staff. The group meets the 3rd Wednesday each month from 9:30 - 11:30 a.m.
Link to CAC meeting information
Community Evaluation Education Committee (CEEC)
The Community Evaluation Education Committee evaluates and analyzes service data gathered by community mental health service providers. The group also reviews assessment tools OCHN uses to evaluate services. The group meets every other month from 3 - 5 p.m.
Link to CEEC meeting information
Recipient Rights Advisory Council (RRAC)
The Recipient Rights Advisory Council
The group meets the first Thursday of each month from 5:30 - 7 p.m.
Link to RRAC meeting information
Strategic Planning Workgroup
The Strategic Planning Workgroup
Link to Strategic Planning meeting information
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