Resources are Available Following Local Crisis


OAKLAND COUNTY, MI (June 18, 2024) – Oakland Community Health Network (OCHN) would like to ensure the community is aware of resources to manage stress or trauma associated with the recent shooting at the Brooklands Plaza Splash Pad in Rochester Hills.

Family Assistance Center:

Oakland Community Health Network’s Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM) Team is available to assist victims, their families, and individuals who were at Brooklands Plaza Splash Pad in Rochester Hills at the time of the shooting Saturday evening. No appointment is necessary.

·     Rochester Hills Department of Public Services

·     511 E. Auburn Road, Rochester Hills, MI

·     Week of June 17th, Monday – Friday, 4 – 8 p.m.

·     For additional details on the Family Assistance Center, click here.

Mental Health Support:

Individuals experiencing a mental health crisis can call 988 (24 hours / 7 days) or Oakland Community Health Network’s non-emergency behavioral health access department at 248-464-6363, Monday thru Friday from 8 a.m. – 8 p.m.

Additional Resources:

·     OCHN offers mental health tips during a crisis – PDF

·     OCHN General Brochure – PDF

·     OCHN Resource Packet – PDF

For more information visit or call 800-341-2003.

About OCHN

OCHN is contracted by the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services to lead a provider service network and manage care for approximately 29,000 Oakland County citizens at more than 400 service sites across the county. People who receive public behavioral health services through OCHN’s provider network include those who have an intellectual or developmental disability, mental health concerns, or substance use disorder. Most of these individuals have Medicaid insurance coverage.

OCHN’s goal is to ensure these individuals are aware of and have access to services and supports that will improve their health and quality of life, as well as ensure their engagement in full community participation. Its mission to “inspire hope, empower people, and strengthen communities” reflects an unyielding belief in a “Valuable System for Valued People.” Programs and supports provided by OCHN’s service network are available at


OCHN offers mental health tips during a crisis – PDF

OCHN General Brochure – PDF

OCHN Resource Packet – PDF