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Effective June 9, 2013, the Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities Administration (BHDDA) was re-organized under a new structure that integrated all community based services (mental health, substance use, addiction, prevention, developmental disabilities), and integrated the systems that support those services (contracts, quality and planning, and performance monitoring). This change is reflective of what is going on at all levels of health care delivery and financing. The Office of Recovery Oriented Systems of Care (OROSC) was established within the Bureau of Community Based Services. The areas within this bureau are not divided by diagnostic line or between community mental health or substance use disorder services, but by functional areas crossing diagnostic lines.
As part of its statewide leadership role, OROSC works in partnership with local agencies to address the individual needs of each area. OROSC strives to accomplish its goals through prevention, treatment, and recovery initiatives.
OROSC Fiscal Year (FY) 2021 to FY 2023 Strategic Plan
OROSC seeks to address the many issues raised by various forms of addictive behavior that are found within our society and the consequences of those behaviors. The staff of OROSC is comprised of individuals with expertise in the full range of issues that are present in the field of addiction. It is their mandate to provide statewide leadership to individuals actively engaged in confronting problems in the field, irrespective of where those problems may arise.
ORSOC staff are assigned to several areas, a brief description of each follows:
Prevention – State and federal funds are used to support and expand the prevention infrastructure in Michigan. We are involved in reducing youth access to tobacco and underage drinking, and providing parenting awareness resources. Please click on Prevention to learn more.
Treatment – Through 10 Regional Prepaid Inpatient Health Plans, treatment services are provided to clients that include detoxification, inpatient and outpatient care, short and long term residential therapy, and access services for women and families. Opioid treatment medication, including methadone, is provided by opioid treatment programs (OTP). Please click on Treatment to learn more.
Recovery – OROSC is committed to developing a recovery oriented system of care (ROSC) in Michigan. The focus is moving beyond symptom reduction and helping people to achieve sobriety, to assisting people with building their individual, social, and community resources to promote long-term recovery and community wellness. Our office also leads Consumer Relations and Peer Supports. Please click on Recovery to learn more.
The following support services related to our work are handled by other areas within the BHDDA:
Contract Management – Contracts are required of those receiving funds from this office. Contract managers develop, manage, and monitor these contracts.
Data Management – The data specialist manages the substance abuse client data and performance indicator systems.
Much of ORSOC was formerly the Bureau of Substance Abuse & Addiction Services (BSAAS) and the Office of Drug Control Policy (ODCP).