The Detroit Wayne Integrated Health Network is compassionate and dedicated to the 75,000 children and adults it serves in Detroit and Wayne County. As President and CEO, Eric Doe heads the organization in its mission to provide comprehensive behavioral health and community support services.
DWIHN’s partnership with the Detroit Police Department seems to be changing the situation. Doe talks to Michigan Chronicle Digital presenter Andre Esch about how DWIHN’s collaboration and training with DPD improves officer tools when interacting with citizens with mental disorders.
The couple also discusses the importance of discussing mental health in the black community, emotional health for athletes and the organization’s services for people with severe mental illness, children with severe emotional disorders, people with autism, people with intellectual disabilities and developmental disabilities and those with drug addiction. substances.