Detroit Wayne Integrated Health Network (DWIHN) Meets the Needs of Patients for Ongoing Counseling Services During the Pandemic

As the pandemic swept across the 75,000 people served by Detroit Wayne Integrated Health Network in southeast Michigan, DWIHN managed to continue providing uninterrupted mental services to its patients.

DWHIN is the largest community mental health agency in Michigan. Its providers serve children with serious emotional disturbances, people with substance use disorders, people with a mental illness and people with intellectual or developmental disabilities.

stayed in constant communication with our stakeholders, board members, the state of Michigan, providers, and the people we serve to make sure they knew we were open but working remotely,” said Tiffany Devon, director of communications for DWHIN.

Learn more about other practices DWHIN has adopted to ensure continuous offering of essential services.

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