Community Network Services provides community mental health services in Oakland County under a contract with the Oakland County Community Mental Health Authority (OCCMHA). The funding sources within this contract are generally recognized as Medicaid and non-Medicaid (general fund and local match).  As a part of its current year funding of approximately $32 million, one-third is linked to residential services.  Other components of the funded service continuum include targeted case management, ACT, mental health clinic, clubhouses and drop-in centers.

CNS has proven to be a responsible steward of its resources:  less than 8% of our expenses are for administrative costs and just half of one percent is dedicated to community education (including our award-winning Anti-Stigma Team). Direct service provision includes:

  • Case Management Services – an integrated approach to assist consumers in designing and implementing individualized services and supports that are goal oriented and outcome focused
  • Consumer Supports – provision of funding to address solitary or occasional needs in the areas of housing, pharmacy assistance, transportation, and community integration activities.  These supports are offered based upon financial need and in accordance with the consumer’s overall plan of service
  • Clubhouses and Drop-In Centers – offer consumers both a location and activities to promote acceptance, enhanced socialization and personal and pre-vocational skill development
  • Residential Community Living supports – provision of shelter, clinical support, assistance with daily needs and various other supports in a residential setting with the goal of empowering consumers to be more self-sufficient

View: CNS 2017 Annual Report

View: CNS 2016 Annual Report

View: CNS 2015 Annual Report

View: CNS 2014 Annual Report

View:  CNS 2013 Annual Report

View:  CNS 2012 Annual Report

View:  CNS 2011 Annual Report