A benefit for Medicaid, Healthy Michigan Plan, and MiChild enrollees.
What is the Behavioral Health Home Program?
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.
Comprehensive care management.
Coordinated care tailored to your specific needs.
Health promotion education and resources.
Transitional care assistance among various healthcare settings.
Individual and family support.
Referrals to appropriate community and support services.
Access to a team of healthcare professionals.
Assistance in healthcare decisionmaking.
Through the delivery of core health home services, the program seeks to:
Improve your health outcomes.
Coordiante and provide all of your healthcare needs.
Increase access to care.
Increase hospital post-discharge follow-up.
Reduce unnecessary hospital and emergency room visits.
You have Medicaid, Healthy Michigan Plan, or MIChild.
You have a qualifying health condition.
You live in a designated county.
Should you need to opt out of the Behavioral Health Home, you can do so at any time with no impact on your current healthcare coverage.
Easterseals Michigan 2399 E. Walton Blvd., Auburn Hills, MI 48326 | 248-475-6400 | 800-75-SEALS (toll-free) For Hearing Impaired Call Michigan Relay at "711" Easterseals and its affiliate organizations are 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations.
Easterseals Michigan 2399 E. Walton Blvd. Auburn Hills, MI 48326 | 248-475-6400 | 800-75-SEALS (toll-free) For Hearing Impaired Call Michigan Relay at "711" Easterseals and its affiliate organizations are 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations.