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Stay up to date with the latest news, announcements, and media coverage related to our efforts in supporting recovery and mental well-being. Explore articles, press releases, and more.
Explore a wide range of external resources that can aid one’s behavioral, emotional, and physical health journey. Please note that not all of these resources have direct affiliations with Detroit Recovery Project but are listed as a community resource.
Sliding Fee Scale
The Sliding Fee Scale is established and implemented to ensure that uniform and reasonable fees and discounts are consistently and appropriately applied to all eligible patients. While the fee schedule is designed to cover reasonable costs for providing services, the purpose of the Sliding Fee Scale is to address financial barriers to care. Therefore, the Sliding Fee Scale enables the provision of services to individuals consistent with their ability to pay for such services. Once established, the Sliding Fee Scale must be revised annually, at a minimum, to reflect annual updates to the Federal Poverty Guidelines.
Determining your eligibility for the sliding fee discount requires verification of your income. This information must be updated at least annually to continue your participation in the program. This information is only used to calculate your discount and is kept completely confidential.
No patient will be refused services due to an inability to pay.
For more information please call (313) 324-8900.
Detroit Wayne Integrated Health Network (DWIHN) Member Handbook
Detroit Wayne Integrated Health Network (DWIHN) provides empowerment to people, serving over 75,000 citizens in Detroit and Wayne County. For Information concerning DWIHN Member Rights and Resources including DWIHN Member Handbook and Provider Directory visit:
OR call our 24 hour help hotline at 1-800-241-4949.
Join us for upcoming events, workshops, and community gatherings. Stay connected and engaged with our calendar of activities designed to support recovery and mental well-being.
We provide help for people who are experiencing homelessness, shelter insecurity and more.
We have two Recovery Homes for men that provide safe, recovery-oriented environments for people who are beginning their lives in recovery.
For women, we work with you to locate and secure appropriate housing.
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