Copper Country Mental Health Services is committed to providing quality services while maintaining excellence in ethical and legal standards.
CCMHS carries out its commitment to legal, ethical and honest activities through the development of its Corporate Compliance Program and the implementation of its Corporate Compliance Plan. CCMHS encourages consumers, family members, guardians, employees, and other members of the public to report suspected or known unlawful activity.
For concerns regarding the utilization of Medicaid funds or other compliance issues, reports can be directed to:
Tracy Jaehnig, Corporate Compliance Officer
Copper Country Mental Health Services
901 W. Memorial Drive
(906)482-9400, ext. 118 (Confidential Voicemail)
Reports can be made anonymously, in writing, verbally by telephone, or in person.
CCMHS adheres to a “no reprisal” system for the protection of anyone who reports waste, fraud, abuse or other questionable activities.
Employees are protected by the Michigan Whistleblower’s Act.
Additionally any individual who wishes to remain anonymous may use NorthCare's confidential Compliance Helpline to report compliance-related issues or concerns via:
(Please state that you wish to report to NorthCare Network when using the confidential compliance helpline.)
All reports will be handled as confidentially as practical and/or as
allowed by law.