CURRENT PARTNERSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

Current Partnership Opportunities

Community is the center of who we are. We’re always looking for ways to partner and expand our service network to serve the people of Macomb County. Though rigid, our application process sets the tone for our dedication to ensuring that our community’s needs are met at every turn. Prior to reviewing our partnership opportunities, current providers and aspiring providers are encouraged to evaluate the Michigan’s Mental Health Code, Medicaid Manual, our Procurement Policy 3-020, as well as the Audit Content and Timetable Policy 3-001 requirements to certify or recertify their qualifications as a provider.

Once certified, complete our Provider Application, W-9 form and check out our current partnership opportunities below!

ACT (ASSERTIVE COMMUNITY TREATMENT) SERVICES RFP (Updated 1/5/2021)

ACT RFP Bidder’s Meeting Q&A (12-21-2020)

ACT RFP Cover Letter

ACT RFP Document

ACT RFP Instruction Sheet

ACT RFP Proposal Cover Sheet

MCCMH Specialty Service Contract Boilerplate FY 20/21

Attachment A – Provider Profile Application

Attachment C – Recipient Rights Protection Requirements FY 20/21

MCCMH Policy 3-020 – Procurement Policy

OUTPATIENT/AMBULATORY SUBSTANCE USE DISORDER TREATMENT SERVICES (Updated 1/5/2021)

Outpatient/Ambulatory Substance Use Disorder Treatment Services RFP – 12/23/2020 UPDATES FROM BIDDER’S MEETING

Outpatient/Ambulatory Substance Use Disorder Treatment Services RFP – 12/14/2020 UPDATES FROM BIDDER’S MEETING

Outpatient/Ambulatory Substance Use Disorder Treatment Services RFP – UPDATES FROM BIDDER’S MEETING

Outpatient/Ambulatory Substance Use Disorder Treatment Services RFP Document

Outpatient/Ambulatory Substance Use Disorder Treatment Services Form A – Provider Profile Application

Outpatient/Ambulatory Substance Use Disorder Treatment Services Form B – Budget

Outpatient/Ambulatory Substance Use Disorder Treatment Services Form C – Staff Qualifications

Outpatient/Ambulatory Substance Use Disorder Treatment Services Form D – W-9

Outpatient/Ambulatory Substance Use Disorder Treatment Services Appendix 1 – Staff Credentialing Policy

SPECIALIZED RESIDENTIAL SERVICES RFP (Updated 2/26/2021)

Specialized Residential Services RFP Cover Letter

Specialized Residential Services RFP Instruction Sheet

Specialized Residential Services RFP Proposal Cover Letter

Specialized Residential Services RFP Document

MCCMH Specialty Service Contract Boilerplate FY 20/21

3-020- Procurement of Goods and Services Policy

Attachment C – FY 20/21 Recipient Rights Protection Requirements

SUPPORTIVE EMPLOYMENT (Updated 2/26/2021)

Supportive Employment RFP Cover Letter

Supportive Employment RFP Instruction Sheet

Supportive Employment RFP Proposal Cover Letter

Supportive Employment RFP Document

MCCMH Specialty Service Contract Boilerplate FY 20/21

3-020- Procurement of Goods and Services Policy

Attachment C – FY 20/21 Recipient Rights Protection Requirements

Frequently Asked Questions

Who can I talk to about partnering to become a provider with MCMMH?

You can talk with the Network Operations Department by emailing [email protected] calling our Administration office at 586-469-5275 and requesting to speak with a team member. 

Does my entity have to be contracted with MCCMH in order to be reimbursed for services by the Prepaid Inpatient Health Plan (PIHP)?

Yes. In order to be reimbursed for services, an entity must have a contract with MCCMH—with the exception of inpatient services and limited days of service for individuals with MI Health Link insurance.

What types of services does MCCMH contract for?

MCCMH contracts for Medicaid billable services such as case management, adult specialized licensed residential services, occupational therapy, inpatient hospitalization services, autism therapy, as well as services under the Children’s Waiver, the Social Emotional Disturbances Waiver and more.

Give Us A Call For More Information

COVID-19 Notice

Due to current COVID-19 restrictions and State of Michigan and CDC guidelines, most services are currently occurring via telehealth. Please contact the Access Center at 586-948-0222 to connect with services. Children's Mobile Crisis Services are available for in-person assessments as needed by calling the Crisis Center at 586-307-9100.

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