Building Strong

& Healthy Communities

NIH is a comprehensive community health agency founded in 1963. It provides integrated healthcare to children, families and adults with serious mental illness to help them achieve maximum independence and health. NIH provides mental and primary healthcare, outreach, prevention and substance use treatment to over 5800 individuals annually in Wayne, Macomb and Oakland Counties.
Northeast Integrated Health is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit.

Our Mission

Northeast Integrated Health (NIH) is committed to the health of children, adults and families by providing innovative communitybased services through behavioral and primary healthcare.

Our Vision

To be leaders in building strong communities where people are mentally, emotionally and physically healthy.

Our Values

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Recovery
R
esiliency
Self
determination
Selfmanagement

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Responsible to community needs and an advocate for community support

03

Behavioral health awareness and family education

04

Focus on preventative health, anti-stigma, wellness and stabilization

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Timely, caring, consumer-driven services

Diversity & Inclusion

Northeast Integrated Health actively works to foster an inclusive environment that recognizes the value and contributions of all persons regardless of race, ethnicity, national origin, gender, religion, age, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity or disability.

Behavioral, Emotional

and Physical Well-Being

Adult Services

Adult Services coordinates care for adults ages 18 and older diagnosed with serious mental illness (SMI),many with cooccurring substance use disorders, and helps them maintain stability in the community, foster independence, and maximize individual potential. Adults may receive services if they have a diagnosable mental, behavioral, or emotional disorder of sufficient duration (currently or at any time during the past year)and have varying degrees and durations of impairment in several areas. These areas include family relationships, interpersonal relations, maintaining employment, conducting daily living chores, maintaining basic needs such as hygiene and preparingfood, and/or involvement in the criminal justicesystem

Child, Youth & Family Services

Child, youth and family behavioral and physical health services provide treatment, prevention and education for children, adolescents and young adults. Case management, specialty groups, family education, individualized and family therapy services all are developed to help participants successfully function in home, school and community settings. Serious Emotional Disturbance (SED) eligibility is determined by assessing the acuity and duration of symptoms as well as degree of functional impairment(ages 621)

Psychiatric Urgent Care

The Psychiatric Urgent Care Center (PUCC) offers sameday psychiatric services to adults experiencing symptoms such as depression, anxiety, panic attacks, disturbing thoughts, suicidal thoughts, or acute grief reactions. Services provided to struggling adults are crisis intervention, medication reviews, nursing assessments/ injections, psychiatric evaluations, peer support and nonER transport. Medicaid and Medicare and most commercial insurances are accepted.

Message from our
President & CEO
Sherry McRill

We are living through a period of collective grief and pain, and it will resonate in people’s lives for years to come. Recent killings, violent assaults, 40 million unemployed and over 115,000 dead in the United States from COVID-19 have heightened the mental health trauma that many in our Black community are experiencing…

Make A Difference

NIH offers meaningful opportunities for individuals and community organizations.