About Us

Gratiot Integrated Health Network, established in 1966, provides services and supports for those with mental illness, Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities, children with Serious Emotional Disturbances, and those with Substance Use Disorders.

Our skilled and compassionate clinicians help consumers set and achieve personal goals through evidence-based practices, with an individualized approach that is tailored to the needs of consumers.

We are engrained in the fabric of the Gratiot County community and are continually expanding and evolving to better meet the needs of those we serve.

Mission Statement
“Empowering and improving our
community by providing high quality
behavioral health services and supports
that are integrated, collaborative,
person centered, and innovative.”
Vision Statement
“GIHN, as a leading behavioral health
provider, will continuously strive
to promote meaningful relationships,
services, and activities where staff and
persons served will lead full and healthy
lives in which they feel supported,
valued, and heard.”


We are committed to supporting a multi-cultural environment where individual differences are valued and everyone is recognized as having the ability to contribute to our community.

We are dedicated to the delivery of quality person-centered services. We strive to provide services which meet the dreams, desires and needs of our consumers.

We are committed to treating all individuals with dignity and respect. Everyone is responsible to conduct themselves in an ethical manner and is accountable for their actions.

We promote the open, honest, and supportive exchange of ideas and knowledge that facilitates growth and improves the quality of services.

We encourage participation between our consumers, staff and community members to address issues and opportunities, making shared decisions.