Community Partners

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Community Partners

Washtenaw Health Project

The Washtenaw Health Project is a safety net health care program that serves as an on-ramp to health care and related services for populations that would not otherwise have access to care.

Washtenaw County Community Mental Health

Washtenaw County Community Mental Health (WCCMH) serves over 5,000 individuals annually including adults with mental illness, children and individuals with intellectual or developmental disabilities, and more.

Shelter Association of Washtenaw County

SAWC provides temporary shelter, care management, and medical care to some of our most vulnerable neighbors of Washtenaw County, serving single adults experiencing homelessness in Washtenaw County for over 38 years.

Trinity Health Michigan

Trinity Health St. Joseph Mercy Ann Arbor and Livingston has been providing long term case management services for patients with high emergency department utilization since 2015.

Packard Health

Packard Health is a Federally Qualified Health Center that has provided health and social services to the Ann Arbor and Ypsilanti communities since 1972.

University of Michigan Health

University of Michigan Health partners with MI Community Care agencies to provide intensive case management for patients with complex health conditions and lives.

Livingston County Community Mental Health

LCCMH provides mental health and substance use services such as assessment, medication management, crisis response, individual and group therapy, and assertive community treatment.

Avalon Housing

Avalon Housing is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit service provider, real estate developer, and property manager that works to end homelessness by developing affordable housing centered on community, care, and support

Jewish Family Services

Jewish Family Services (JFS) of Washtenaw County is dedicated to strengthening family life, fostering individual self-sufficiency, and promoting improved social and economic conditions.

Community Affiliates

Home of New Vision

Home of New Vision (HNV) is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization that has provided substance use disorder (SUD) treatment and support services since 1996. Offering a wide array of recovery-oriented programs, HNV has locations in Ann Arbor, Ypsilanti and Jackson, Michigan.

Huron Valley Ambulance Community Paramedicine

HVA’s Community Paramedic (CP) program has strengthened the health of the Washtenaw County community since 2015 through increasing access to health care and delivering focused interventions.

Corner Health Center

The Corner Health Center, located in Ypsilanti, MI, offers a range of primary and specialty care, behavioral health, and supportive services for youth and young adults ages 12- to 25 (and their children). Their team of board-certified providers is well versed in the unique and specific needs of young people.

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Michigan Department of Health and Human Services

U.S. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services

U.S. Centers for Disease Control

University Health Michigan

Trinity Health Michigan

Washtenaw Health Initiative


“I think one of the things that MiCC has done is improved health care integration. It started with a project and it became a system of care that’s impacted how we look at the larger health care system and what our responsibility is.”
by Connie Conklin, Executive Director, Livingston County Community Mental Health
“MiCC is a great program. It's a collection of major agencies in our community–such as hospitals, mental health providers, housing agencies, and others–that collaborate to make sure clients don’t fall through the cracks and can live the best lives they are able to live.”
by Ebony Curry, BA, LMMSW, MiCC Community Helath Worker, Washtenaw Health Plan