Cherry Health is taking a patient focused approach to your health care. We are transforming our offices to patient-centered medical homes to serve as your consistent, reliable source for preventative care, as well as for treatment of illness and chronic medical conditions. The focus of a medical home is you and your relationship with your health care provider. We are focusing on you, the patient, and want to be the first place you think of for your health care needs.
Your medical home is a place you feel comfortable and confident- both in the relationship with your provider and the quality of care you receive. You and your provider together will focus on treating your medical conditions and preventing problems from occurring in the future. We aim to help you put control of your health where it belongs – with you and your health care provider.
Cherry Health accepts most commercial insurances, Medicaid, Healthy Michigan and Medicare.
Cherry Health provides high quality health care to all individuals regardless of ability to pay. If you are uninsured, a sliding fee scale is available based on income and family size.
If you are a new patient and would like to make an appointment, please call 616.965.8308 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Durham Clinic is a fully integrated health care clinic with a team-based approach to the management of chronic health conditions. It is based on Wagner’s Chronic Care Model and on the full integration of behavioral and physical health care (behavioral health encompasses both mental health and substance use treatment services). The goal is to help patients manage their chronic health conditions well enough so that those conditions don’t interfere with how they want to lead their lives. The team members include: internists, psychiatrist, nurses, health coaches (Master’s Level Social Workers), supports coordinators, peer support specialist, medical assistants, and a physician assistant. Any individual who is 18 years or older and has at least one chronic health condition (behavioral or physical) is eligible for services. If you have questions or would like to receive Durham services, please contact the Durham Clinic at 616.965.8283.
Durham Clinic - Heart of the City Health Center
Medication assisted treatment is the use of medications, in combination with counseling and psychosocial therapies, to provide a whole-patient approach to the treatment of substance use disorders. At the Southside Health Center and Muskegon Recovery Center there is a primary focus on providing integrated care for persons addicted to opiates, such as heroin, prescription opiates such as Vicodin ®, etc. In this treatment program the medications help to stabilize brain activity which has been altered by the addiction to opiates, which enables the patient to engage in the therapies and other supportive services that assist in their recovery.
Cherry Health provides a full range of outpatient psychiatric care including individual therapy, case management, medication management, employment support and socialization, as well as psychosocial rehabilitation services for individuals with serious psychiatric conditions. Patients are referred to psychiatric services through Network180, Kent County’s mental health authority.
Maple Health Home
Individuals with a serious psychiatric disorder are matched with a health care professional who helps connect them to community resources and helps them gain access to needed and responsive medical, social, educational and other services. These services are provided through a health care team-based approach to care planning, coordination, referrals and monitoring. Patients must be referred through Network180 to access Case Management services.
Sage Team is an environment where a team of health professionals work together to provide an expanded type of behavioral health care treatment for persons with mental health concerns, including: depression, anxiety, bipolar, schizophrenia and substance use disorders. The goal is to help patients manage their chronic mental and physical health conditions well enough that those conditions do not interfere with how they want to lead their lives. The team works to coordinate all of the treatment services that the individual receives within the community.
Sheldon House – Psychosocial Rehabilitation
This community-based psychosocial rehabilitation program is intentionally organized to support individuals living with mental illness. Designed in accordance with Clubhouse International, Sheldon House supports and involves its members in providing structured services that help individuals develop community, independence and personal growth. Sheldon House facilitates independence by providing opportunities in the areas of skill development, employment, education, personal relationships, wellness and community inclusion. Sheldon House recently earned it’s state accreditation.
Cherry Health works in collaboration with Grand Rapids Public Schools, Spectrum Health, and the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services to help students achieve improved attendance and academic performance through increased access to care by addressing both physical and behavioral health needs. Services include dental, medical, nutrition, behavioral health, comprehensive risk assessment and counseling. Students attending the following schools access services at the on-site health center with signed parental consent:
This traveling school health program provides comprehensive dental and vision examinations at over 70 schools in the following participating school districts: Cedar Springs, Comstock Park, Godfrey Lee, Godwin Heights, Grand Rapids, Kelloggsville, Kentwood and Wyoming. Dental services include dental education, oral hygiene instruction, dental examination, x-rays, teeth cleaning, fluoride treatment, dental sealants and access to follow-up care. Vision services (See to Succeed Program) include comprehensive, dilated vision/ocular health exams and corrective eyeglasses to children at risk for vision problems. This program is the first of its kind in Michigan. School Linked Health Services are provided in the schools and are designed to keep students healthy through increased access to care. For additional information, contact 616.776.2345.
Employee Assistance Center (EAC) provides employee assistance services to over 200 client companies in West Michigan and throughout the United States, representing over 50,000 employees. Employers purchase EAC services to help their employees confidentially resolve issues before they cause serious problems in the workplace, including access to counseling, training, and other services that help people achieve and maintain work-life balance. Since 1979, EAC has provided employee assistance programs that help improve workplace productivity. If you would like to learn more about EAC services, please call 800.227.0905 or 616.975.3560, or go to www.eaccares.com.
Correctional health services are provided to individuals involved in the criminal justice system through individualized plans of transitional support and treatment. These services are intended to assist the successful reentry back into the community and with families or other support system. These individualized services include 24 hour residential treatment in a structured environment with individual/group services and counseling, all of which address health issues including mental illness and substance use disorders and other social needs related to employment, education, housing, and the development of connections and coordination with other community supports and services. Some individuals come to these services directly from a correctional facility, others come as a diversion from jail or prison because of a violation of their probation or parole, and others have transitioned from residential services to supervised release and support in the community (these services cannot be directly accessed by members of the community).
Sheldon House Clubhouse and Lakeside Clubhouse provide services to people with mental illness. At our clubhouses, we believe that all our members have something to contribute. Through the development of relationships, building of skills and having a place to feel needed and valued, our programs help individuals develop community, independence and personal growth.
Our clubhouse programs are a psychosocial rehabilitation program open to patients of Cherry Health and patients of other mental health case management programs, within the county community mental health provider system. Sheldon House is accredited by Clubhouse International and operates under its evidence-based proven standards. Lakeside Clubhouse is actively seeking accreditation. Our programs offers members a safe place to develop purpose, responsibility, independence, skills and empowerment in their lives.
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Sheldon House Clubhouse
Heart of the City - West
201 Sheldon Blvd. SE, Grand Rapids, MI 49503
490 Century Lane, Holland, MI 49423