|Behavioral Health Integration in Michigan Map|
Michigan Primary Care Association supports the integration of behavioral health and primary health care, which has been shown to enhance access to services, improve quality of care, and decrease health expenditures.
The Behavioral Health Integration Map below displays current statewide efforts to develop and implement integrated care projects. Projects at 130 different sites are documented here, each unique in its strategy and scope. Organizations represented include Health Centers, Community Mental Health Centers, School-Based Health Centers, Rural Health Clinics, Public Health Departments, and Substance Abuse Agencies.
Use the below map to learn about integrated care models that are being pioneered across Michigan. The color-coded markers represent the type and level of collaboration, as shown in the Collaboration Continuum Legend. Projects range on a continuum from minimal, referral-based collaboration to a fully integrated provider team.
Collaboration Continuum Legend
Map of Behavioral Health Integration in Michigan
Click on the map below to view summaries of each Behavioral Health Integration project in Michigan. You may also view a larger map with a complete list of integrated care projects, including a detailed informational profile.
The Types of Collaboration used to categorize integration projects was adapted from The Collaborative Family Health Care Association (CF HA) by William J. Doherty, PhD, Susan H. McDaniel, PhD, and Macaran A. Baird, MD.
MPCA would like to recognize and thank the following organizations for their support and participation in this project:
Behavioral Health Integration Resources
Housed within the MPCA website is a wealth of educational and resource materials on a variety of topics relevant to Michigan Health Centers and the delivery of primary and preventive care to medically underserved areas and populations. To access Behavioral Health Integration Resources you may search the website by keyword using the search field at the top of this page, or you may search the Behavioral Health Integration Resources webpage.
Rebecca Cienki, MPH, CAE