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State plans to end LRE contract

Organization oversees funding for five community mental health centers in West Michigan.

July 5, 2019
An action by the state will change the existing public mental health care system in West Michigan. Read More

LRE at risk again of losing state contract

Organization oversees funding for five community mental health centers in West Michigan.

May 3, 2019
For a second time, the organization that handles Medicaid funding for five community mental health centers in West Michigan is at risk of having its state contract canceled. Read More

Kent County approves $1.5M fund appropriation

June 29, 2018
The Kent County Board of Commissioners has approved $1.5 million in funding to assist the organization that oversees the area’s community mental health service providers. Read More

County to vote on fund appropriation

One-time payment of $1.5M would help finance Lakeshore Regional Entity’s internal service fund for 2018.

June 22, 2018
Kent County may appropriate $1.5 million to assist the organization that oversees the area’s community mental health service providers. Read More

Street Talk: Timing is everything

Wild blue yonder.

May 4, 2018
No decision has yet been made regarding the fate of Lakeshore Regional Entity, the organization that oversees Medicaid funding for five community health centers in West Michigan. Read More

LRE in danger of losing state contract

Organization oversees funding for five community mental health centers in West Michigan.

April 6, 2018
(As seen on WZZM TV 13) The organization that oversees Medicaid funding for five community health centers in West Michigan is at risk of having its state contract canceled. Read More

Declining revenue hampers mental health programs

Loss of funds attributed to patients migrating from Disabled, Aged and Blind plan to Healthy Michigan plan.

January 12, 2018
The Lakeshore Regional Entity is suffering from declining revenue, forcing community mental health service programs in the region to reduce their budgets. Read More