Thunder Bay Community Health Service, Inc. Receives Funding to Expand Substance Use Disorder and Mental Health Services
On September 19, 2018, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services – Health Resources and Services Administration awarded Thunder Bay Community Health Service, Inc. funding to combat the opioid crisis. The funding will enable TBCHS through a partnership with Catholic Human Services, to increase substance use disorder and mental health provider staffing at the Atlanta and Rogers City clinics.
“Our staff is dedicated to providing a safe place and increased access for individuals to receive therapy for opioid and other substance use disorders.” Michelle Styma, CEO expressed.
Substance use disorder and mental health services available at TBCHS include screening and prevention, individual and group therapy, treatment for co-occurring conditions and medication-assisted treatment for opioid and alcohol use disorders when needed. For more information, visit www.tbchs.org
TBCHS has primary care clinics in Hillman, Atlanta, Onaway, and Rogers City and two school-based health centers in the Cheboygan and Onaway Area Schools. Behavioral health counseling services are provided in several local community schools.