Breast & Cervical Cancer Screening and Navigation Program
Become a BCCCNP Provider to:
- Provide breast and cervical screening services and many diagnostic services at no charge to your low- and moderate-income women.
- Work with a BCCCNP agency, case management services can be provided to assist you in following women who have breast or cervical screening abnormalities.
- BCCCP women are eligible to apply for Medicaid coverage that provides all medical care for them through the entire course of their treatment.
- Receive reports on the care delivered to women in the program.
Connect your clients to the Breast & Cervical Cancer Screening & Navigation Program available through District Health Department #10. If you have a referral or are interested in becoming a provider, please contact our BCCCNP Coordinator at 888-217-3904 and ask for the BCCCNP Coordinator or visit www.michigancancer.org.
Colorectal Cancer Screening Program
The Michigan Colorectal Cancer Early Detection Program (MCRCEDP) provides colorectal (CRC) screening services to program eligible men and women. Consider referring men and women who meet the following qualifications:
- Aged 50-64 years
- Low income (<=250% of the Federal Poverty Level)
- Who have no symptoms
- Who are underinsured and uninsured
Connect your clients to the Colorectal Cancer Screening Program available through District Health Department #10.If you have a referral or are interested in becoming a provider, please contact our Colorectal Cancer Screening Coordinator at 888-217-3904 and ask for the CRC Coordinator. Visit www.michigancancer.org for more information.
STD & HIV Testing & Counseling
Testing available for:
- Chlamydia,Gonorrhea, Syphilis, HIV,Hepatitis A,B and C
- Treatment and partner services available.
- Prevention counseling.
Low cost services on sliding fee scale.
Connect your clients to STD & HIV Testing available through District Health Department #10.
Sexual Health Services
- Birth Control – broad range available, including IUD’s and Nexplanon
- Referrals for sterilization
- Preconception counseling
- Pregnancy testing and counseling
- Pap and HPV testing
- Emergency Contraception available
- Annual Exams
We can bill insurance, low cost services available for uninsured, and no income requirements.
Connect your clients to Sexual Health Services available through District Health Department #10.
Women, Infants, & Children (WIC)
WIC gives families free healthy food on a WIC Bridge Card. It is a nutrition program that helps participants eat well and stay healthy. Some of the additional services available to WIC clients includes nutrition counseling, breastfeeding education and formula, and support.
Consider referring families who met the following qualifications:
- Women who are pregnant, breastfeeding, or who recently had a baby are eligible as well infants and children up to age 5. Must live in Michigan and meet income guidelines. Being enrolled in medicaid and/or SNAP automatically qualifies you for WIC.
Adoptive parents, fathers, grandparents, other family members, foster parents and other non-traditional custodial situations may be eligible to receive WIC benefits for infants /children in their care.
Connect your clients to the WIC Program available through District Health Department #10.
Children’s Special Health Care Services
Connect your clients to the Children’s Special Health Care Services Program available through District Health Department #10. This program that helps individuals (0-21 years old) that have special needs and health concerns to have improved health outcomes and an enhanced quality of life.
Children’s Special Health Care Service provides:
- Coverage and referral for specialty services based on the person’s health problems.
- Family centered services to support you in your role as primary caretaker of your child.
- Community-based services to help you care for your child at home and maintain normal routines.
- Culturally competent services which demonstrate awareness of cultural differences.
- Coordinated services to pull together the services of many different providers who work within different agencies
Who is eligible for CSHCS?
Qualifying Medical Condition
CSHCS covers more than 2,700 physical conditions when certain criteria are met. NOTE: CSHCS does not cover developmental, behavioral or intellectual conditions. Click here for a list of these diagnoses.
Children must be under the age of 21. Persons 21 and older with cystic fibrosis or certain hereditary blood coagulation disorders commonly known as hemophilia may also qualify.
The client, or a parent of the minor client, or court appointed guardian must be one of the following:
- A US citizen, or
- A documented non-citizen who has been admitted for permanent residence, or
- A non-citizen legally admitted migrant farm worker (i.e., seasonal agricultural worker).
Must be a Michigan resident
- Is not based on income. Families with any income are eligible as long as the previous criteria are met.
There is a fee to join CSHCS. This fee is waived if the client has Medicaid, MIChild, a court-appointed guardian or lives in a foster home. The fee is determined with a sliding scale based upon family income and family size.
Healthy Futures helps to ensure every child has a healthy future, beginning at conception.
- Support from a registered nurse during pregnancy and throughout the first two years of your child’s life.
- After baby is born, a registered nurse can visit participants in their home to answer questions and connect participants with community resources.
- Participants will receive periodic newsletters in the mail with information on immunizations, safety, nutrition, and other issues affecting pregnancy and child development up to age 5.
To connect your clients to Healthy Futures, visit www.munsonhealthcare.org or by contacting:
- Munson Medical Center (Kevin Kintner) 231-935-5640 or toll free 888-403-8468
- Manistee/Mason/Lake Counties – Becky Fink, RN 231-309-8957
Healthy Futures is available through a partnership of local health care providers, health departments, and Munson Medical Center.
Healthy Families of Northern Michigan (HFNM)
Healthy Families will share child growth and development information and activities with you, along with personalized, family-focused support in the comfort and convenience of your home. Your family support coach can share information on the resources available in your community.
- Will service families from prenatal time to the child’s 4th Birthday.
- Referrals need to be received before the child is 3 months old. Prenatal referrals are preferred.
- No income requirements. To receive services must say “True” to at least one of the 4 questions on the screener/referral form.
Connect your clients to the Healthy Families of Northern Michigan Program through DHD#10. Support available in Crawford, Kalkaska, Missaukee, Wexford and Manistee Counties. Visit zerotothree.org for more information. To contact the DHD#10 Coordinator, call 989-348-7800.
Maternal Infant Health Program (MIHP)
The Maternal Infant Health Program provides in-home support to pregnant women and infants with Medicaid insurance. MIHP staff will help to make sure pregnant women receive proper prenatal care and infant care after delivery. A registered nurse, license social work, and or a registered dietitian will be at each visit and can connect your client to local resources, provide referrals, answer questions, and assist with transportation. Pregnant women can receive up to 9 visits and an infant can receive up to 9 visits. As a physician you can order addition support and more visits can be provided.
To connect your client to MIHP at DHD#10, call (231)592-0130 and ask for the MIHP coordinator.
Immunizing the community is a team effort. District Health Department #10 partners with health care providers in protecting the public from vaccine-preventable diseases. Our immunization nurses, clerks, and central scheduling staff are available to answer questions regarding vaccines, insurance coverage, the Vaccines for Children program, and many other topics related to immunizations.
For more information on vaccines or immunization programs, please call your local office of DHD#10 and ask to speak to a Public Health Nurse, or contact DHD#10 Immunization Program Lead, Robin Walicki BSN, RN at 231-902-8522 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
In addition to DHD#10, there are many immunization resources available for providers:
- Centers for Disease Control & Prevention – schedules, recommendations, and more.
- Michigan Department of Health & Human Services– vaccine Quick Looks, vaccine storage & handling tools, Vaccine Information Statements, and Vaccines for Children Program information.
- Alliance for Immunization in Michigan– resources for families and providers, as well as links to the most current immunization schedules.
- Immunization Action Coalition– vaccine Standing Orders for provider offices, vaccine administration tools, IAC Express e-mail newsletters, and helpful Ask the Experts answers to vaccine-related questions.
- Michigan Influenza Sentinel Provider Surveillance– Join MDHHS on the front lines of testing patients for influenza and help identify influenza cases and trends, as well as earn eligibility for free registration at MDHHS Fall Regional Immunization Conferences.
- Michigan Care Improvement Registry– is your link into Michigan’s immunization records. You can find MCIR vaccine inventory tip sheets, information on patient vaccine recall, vaccine waiver information and medical waiver forms, and much more.
- Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia– many easy-to-understand vaccine resources for parents and providers, as well as tear-off vaccine information sheets that can be ordered by provider offices.