For Providers

Become an Anishnaabek Healing Circle Network Provider

 

  The Inter-Tribal Council of Michigan (ITC) is recruiting both clinical treatment and recovery support providers into the Anishnaabek Healing Circle, Access to Recovery Network. Depending on the services you provide, you can become either a clinical or recovery support provider or both. To join the Network and become a provider:


• Obtain a recommendation from one of the 13 tribal Access and Care Coordination Centers.  A tribal behavioral health program must recommend a potential new provider to the Inter-Tribal Council of Michigan.  The tribal centers have a potential provider form to fill out with you. Refer to the map for contact information.  Ask for the tribal ATR Liaison.

• Submit the potential provider form to the ITC ATR Director epetoskey@centurytel.net ‚Äčor mail to Eva Petoskey, ATR Director, Inter-Tribal Council of Michigan, 2956 Ashmun, Sault Ste. Marie, MI 49783. 

• If selected by ITC, the Provider Liaison will contact you with a request for a full application.

  • Complete the Clinical Treatment Provider Application and Provider Agreement
  • Complete the Recovery Support Provider Application and Provider Agreement
  • Submit the application to the Inter-Tribal Council of Michigan
  • The Provider Agreement specifies the services to be provided, as well as standards and reporting requirements to be followed. Service definitions, reimbursement rates, and processes are outlined in this section and can be downloaded and printed from this website.

• Upon approval of the application and agreement, the ITC will issue the applicant a provider certificate and a vendor number. The vendor number is a unique identifier that will allow the provider to bill for client services using the ITC electronic voucher system. ITC will provide training on all aspects of the voucher system, reimbursement and working with the tribal Access and Care Coordination Centers.