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OCHN's Searchable Provider Agency and Practitioner Directories


OCHN's comprehensive Provider Organization and Professional/Practitioner searchable directories provide important contact information for our service delivery network. They are user-friendly resources designed to encourage informed decisions by individuals seeking support, as well as awareness about specialty services offered by Oakland County's public mental health system, contracted service organizations, and licensed  professionals/practitioners.

OCHN has a long-standing history of promoting independence, choice, and community inclusion for adults and children with intellectual / developmental disabilities, mental health concerns, and substance use disorders. Its mission to “inspire hope, empower people, and strengthen communities” reflects an unyielding belief in a "Valuable System for Valued People." Most individuals who receive services through OCHN's service network have Medicaid insurance coverage.


Select one of the options below to begin your search. 

Service Organization Listing                    Service Professional / Practitioner Listing


OCHN providers are always accepting new people to assist. OCHN makes every effort to support choice in all areas of service. Please recognize some providers or practitioners may be unable to meet your needs at a specific time due to capacity issues. OCHN does not exclude people or treat them differently because of race, color, national origin, age, disability, or sex. 





Training and Education


Training Director

Trisha Zizumbo, Training Director, leads the training initiatives at Oakland Community Health Network (OCHN). In addition to the OCHN required Recipient Rights Training for new employees, OCHN offers numerous training opportunities for mental health and substance use disorder professionals, individuals receiving services, and community members in Oakland County.  


View OCHN Trainings at the link below:

OCHN Training Calendar





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