Hegira: noun; Journey
Hegira Health, Inc. (HHI) is a private non-profit organization that offers specialized mental health and substance abuse treatment programs to individuals of all ages and primary care physician services. We service more than 10,000 people each year through a comprehensive network of health clinics and behavioral health programs.
Serving the communities of Wayne County since 1971, HHI is one of Michigan's largest freestanding integrated, behavioral healthcare organizations. It is our goal to ensure the availability of quality, individualized, and rapidly accessible integrated, behavioral and primary healthcare services. We are dedicated to meeting the diversified needs of our community.
Confirming our commitment to excellence, HHI maintains extensive insurance panel memberships, a long history of funding from various agencies and the voluntary continuation of accreditation by the Joint Commission. All service locations are licensed by the State of Michigan and staffed by experienced professionals.
At HHI, we believe health and wellness are best achieved by addressing the whole person, not just the disease or illness. Our service programs are designed to help individuals and families by emphasizing the strengths and abilities of each person. Our services are based on goals of promoting recovery, resilience and improved quality of life.
Suicide Risk and Prevention for LGBTQ+
PATHWAYS FOR SUICIDE PREVENTION
We're proud to announce our Pathways for Suicide Prevention program!
Pathways for Suicide Prevention (PSP) addresses gaps in service for adults who have attempted suicide or have been experiencing a suicidal crisis by strengthening care transitions and enhancing treatment processes using evidence-based practices. Services are immediate and provide an interdisciplinary team and 24-hour support.
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2019 - 2020 ANNUAL REPORT
Throughout 2020, Hegira Health continued to meet our community's behavioral health care needs and responded to the difficult and tragic challenges brought to us by the COVID-19 pandemic. The 2019-2020 annual report highlights some of the great work that progressed in the face of unprecedented challenges.
Since March 2020, our clinical services have progressively adapted, primarily through the modification and development of alternative treatment and service delivery platforms, including telehealth and other means to meet those challenges and successfully deliver much-needed clinical services to our community.