Behavioral Health Organization Launches New Community Mobile App

The Detroit Wayne Integrated Health Network (DWIHN) now offers one more easy way to access its behavioral health services and supports by launching its very own mobile app.

“Having the myDWIHN app is a wonderful opportunity for the community to have access to all of the mental health and substance use services, supports, and resources that DWIHN offers,” said President and CEO Eric Doeh. “We have been working on this mobile application for over a year and are excited to offer this to people in Detroit and Wayne County who currently receive or who may need assistance on their mental wellness journey.”

The mobile app offers multiple features including: finding a mental health or substance use disorder professional in your neighborhood, where mobile outreach community resources can be found, a free mental health assessment, how to donate to member events, professional development training opportunities, transportation, medication assistance, and community resources.

The myDWIHN mobile app is available for both Apple and Android phones and can easily be downloaded from the Apple or Google Play Stores.

“When people are struggling with mental health, substance use, suicidal thoughts or disability related concerns, we want the community to know we are here and available 24 hours a day, seven days a week,” said Doeh. “You can always reach our Access Call Center Helpline, 800- 241-4949, just tap the ‘Help Around Me’ button on the app.”

For more information, click on the link to the DWIHN website,

DWIHN is the largest and most diverse Community Mental Health public safety net in the state of Michigan serving 75,000 people with mental illness, substance use, intellectual and developmental disabilities, and children with serious emotional disturbance. DWIHN works with over 300 Service Provider Partners.

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