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Wayne Metropolitan Community Action Agency
Call for Community-Based Behavioral Healthcare Partners

Wayne Metropolitan Community Action Agency seeks to partner with local, community-based providers to deliver behavioral health and emotional support programs and services to children, families, and adults including our clients, staff, and other community-based organizations to create restorative healing and learning environments and experiences that foster peace, wellness, and belonging.

Through grants funded by the Departments of Health, Human, and Veterans Services, Housing and Urban Development (HUD), Office of Head Start, along with several State and Local funding sources, Wayne Metro promotes and provides access to equitable, inclusive community healthcare and preventative services to improve wellbeing and quality of life, and build connections and positive relationships within diverse populations. 

We seek to integrate the provision of behavioral and emotional supports into our mission and continue our commitment to health equity in collaboration with area counselors, therapists, social workers, psychologists, and psychiatrists through individual, family, and group care options including: 

  • In-person and online services at various locations and during nontraditional hours

  • Specialized care for populations including those experiencing homelessness, new Americans, returning citizens, and victims of violence, and unaccompanied youth

  • Support and outreach to underserved, under/uninsured, and minority populations 

  • Evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment services including administering medication and medication management

  • Therapy, support groups, and counseling

  • Substance abuse and violence intervention

  • Behavioral health emergency response training and first aid

Interested parties should send a one-page proposal on company letterhead to
Each proposal will be reviewed, and a determination response will be sent within one week of submission. Black/brown, indigenous people of color who are locally based are highly encouraged to apply.  Owners/principles with diverse lived experiences, cultural competency, and ability to speak and understand multiple languages will also be prioritized. Please note that only local providers need to apply. Preference will be given to Wayne County and City of Detroit-based organizations.

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