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Opioid Health Home Services

Living with an Opioid Use Disorder (OUD) is hard. When you are ready for help, an Opioid Health Home (OHH) simplifies it all. The program is not a place to live, rather a program that offers individual focused recovery services including a team of providers to personalize a plan just for you; a program designed to help coordinate and manage all the care and services you need. When you enroll in an Opioid Health Home program, you will work closely with a Care Team who will help you better understand and manage your conditions, create a plan of care that addresses your physical, mental health, and social service needs (whole person), and connect you to applicable services and programs right for you. You will be provided services as part of your Medicaid benefit that will help you take control of your health and have long-term recovery.

You may be eligible for the Opioid Health Home if you have Medicaid, Healthy Michigan Plan or MI CHILD and you live in Lenawee, Livingston Monroe or Washtenaw County.*

*You may also opt-out from OHH (disenroll) at any time in the future, with no impact on your Medicaid services.

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Eligible Individuals
  • Individuals with an Opioid Use Disorder Diagnosis

  • Those enrolled in Medicaid, Healthy Michigan Plan, Freedom to Work, Healthy Kids Expansion or MI Child

  • Residents within Lenawee, Livingston, Monroe, and Washtenaw counties

Please contact the Opioid Health Home Coordinator to learn more or find out if you are eligible at the link below:

Elizabeth Stankov

(734) 660-5002

What is the Opioid Health Home Handbook?

The Opioid Health Home (OHH) Handbook was created by the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities Administration. It is a LIVING document, meaning that it may be updated at any time and that the current version is only a draft. The document was created to help providers navigate Medicaid policy and billing guidance who participate in Michigan’s OHH program.

For more information on Michigan Opioid Health Homes, please visit:
For other, regional-related opioid resources,
please visit:
Harm Reduction

Here’s how to stay safe with a Substance Use Disorder (SUD)/Opioid Use Disorder (OUD) and overdose if you’re not yet ready for help:

  • Did you know that Syringe Service Programs (SSPs) can save lives and prevent overdose deaths?

  • Syringe Service Programs have never been shown to increase drug use!

  • SSPs can provide you with more than just clean needles. They can also provide you with Naloxone; test you for HIV or other communicable diseases; educate you about safe sex; educated you on properly disposing of needles and other supplies; refer you to SUD and recovery services when you’re ready.

To learn more and find an SSP near you, please visit:


MDHHS Harm Reduction Posters

UNIFIED HIV Health and Beyond in Washtenaw

UNIFIED Harm Reduction

Salvation Army Harbor Light in Monroe

Monroe Harbor Light Flyer

Salvation Army SSP

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