The Anishnaabek Healing Circle (AHC) is an initiative of the Inter-Tribal Council of Michigan, Inc.
The Inter-Tribal Council of Michigan, Inc., (ITC) is a consortium of federally recognized Indian tribes in Michigan. The elected tribal chairpersons of the constituent tribes serve as the Board of Directors. The primary mission of this tribal organization is to act as a forum for member tribes; advocate in the development of programs and policies that will improve the economy, health, education and quality of life for Michigan Native Americans; and to provide technical assistance to member tribes.
ITC is 100% controlled by the tribes; each of the chairpersons represents one vote on the Board of Directors. ITC and the participating tribes have a solid 50-year history of collaboration on health and human services initiatives. Tribal substance abuse and behavioral health programs are an outgrowth of the identified community need to provide culturally appropriate services.
The target population for Anishnaabek Healing Circle Programs include:
Tribal members of Michigan tribes residing in tribal service areas.
Descendant and family members of these tribal members (family members may be non-native or descendents).
Members of other tribes, including state recognized and Canadian tribes residing in the tribal service areas.
Descendants and family members of members of other tribes or Canadian tribes residing in the tribal service areas.Learn more...
PRS - Peer Recovery Support to provide trauma informed, evidence based, and culturally responsive services.
The State Opioid Response Project (SOR 2) will collaborate with three Michigan tribes to enhance the treatment of clients with an opioid use diagnosis through expanding Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) services.
TAP is a comprehensive strategic plan that focuses on prevention, intervention and treatment of alcohol and substance abuse in your tribal community.
What are digital stories? Digital stories are short videos that can be used to promote awareness, give information and to inspire change and hope. The videos are an excellent intervention tool that can be used in a variety of settings: as an educational presentation at a workshop; at a community event; as a recovery support group activity, or as a digital film fest.Learn more...
Data Reports, Resources, Forms and Procedures, GPRA Forms, and Other Client Management Forms, etc.
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