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Behavioral Health Community Information - 4/1/2020 Update
Published: 4/1/2020 2:30:00 PM - Behavioral Health

Behavioral Health’s Leadership Team takes the health and safety of our associates and our clients very seriously. We are working proactively to keep essential services open to the community, while also following the CDC’s recommendations for social distancing, and Michigan Governor’s Stay Home Stay Safe Order.
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Free Resources to Deal with Anxiety and Uncertainty
Published: 3/19/2020 10:49:00 AM - Behavioral Health has launched a free resource page with movies, podcasts, meditations, articles, and eBooks.
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Behavioral Health Groups - Cancelled
Published: 3/16/2020 3:31:00 PM - Behavioral Health

Out of consideration for community safety and health, Behavioral Health is cancelling ALL Groups at least through April 5th.
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Dec, Jan, Feb Newsletter - January 4, 2019

Nami Migizi Nangwiihgan - September 21, 2018

Nami Migizi Nangwiihgan Summer Edition - June 19, 2018

Nami Migizi Nangwiihgan - January 16, 2018

Prevention Monthly - June 1, 2017

Nami Migizi Nangwiihgan - October - October 1, 2015

Nami Migizi Nangwiihgan - December 22, 2014

Nami Migizi Nangwiihgan - January 1, 2015

Nami Migizi Nangwiihgan - July 1, 2014

Nine Secrets of Courage from ‘Extreme Fear’ - December 2, 2013


October Calendar - September 30, 2014

Video - 2013 Saginaw Chippewa Behavioral Health "I Choose" campaign.

About Behavioral Health


The purpose of the Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe Behavioral Health programs is to provide comprehensive, individualized, and holistic treatment to include; residential substance abuse treatment, outpatient mental health and substance abuse services, and prevention to Native Americans. A cultural and sensitive approach shall be taken in the delivery of counseling, outreach, crisis intervention, administrative services, preventive measures, evaluation, planning for the appropriate mental health and substance abuse services and referrals to clients served.


It is an Anishnabe belief that we look at the traditional wellness model instead of the symptomatic concept of illness. This way we focus on the strengths of the person being served, the family, the community and the support systems of the person being served, to help guide this individual on the road to wellness. The philosophy of the Behavioral Health Programs shall be to help our community members to identify those tools and resources necessary to achieve a balance in their life. The medicine wheel concept of integrating the four components of spiritual, emotional, physical, and intellectual aspects of a person's life, into a holistic model of recovery is our goal.


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