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Addiction Treatment Services

3.8 Very Good (9 Reviews) |
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3.8
Very Good
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415 Cass Street, Suite 2A
Traverse City, Michigan 49684

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  • Insurance
  • Medicare
  • Medicaid
  • Financing

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Facility Highlights

Anger Management

Addiction Education

Moral Reconation Therapy

Philosophy

ATS is dedicated to supporting people who are struggling with chemical dependency issues. The drug and alcohol treatment center doesn’t focus on addiction as an illness, but instead regards each individual as a person with the strength, courage, and will to overcome their addiction and grow as a result. Residential treatment and sober living isn’t easy to live through, but ATS is committed to showing its clients that the rewards outweigh the obstacles.

Facility Center Details

  • Residential Treatment
  • Detox Services
  • Behavioral Disorder Treatment
  • Dual Diagnosis
  • Outpatient Services
  • Intensive Outpatient Services
  • Sober Living Home
  • Day School
  • Private Rooms
  • Pet Friendly
  • Exceptionally LGBT Friendly
  • Men Only
  • Women Only

Accreditation/License

  • CARF
  • JCAHO
  • ADP
  • NAATP

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Meet The Staff

Christopher Hindbaugh
Executive Director

Hindbaugh has a vision that ATS can and should be the most innovative and creative substance abuse agency in the state. Since taking the helm at ATS, Hindbaugh has helped foster a culture of professionalism and an expectation of high quality services that is all too often lacking in the substance abuse field.

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Mark Baranski
Board President

Baranski's interest in addiction stems from a healthcare standpoint and he strives to raise awareness to the physical toll substance abuse can have on the human body. He also demonstrates knowledge and interest in the economic and financial aspects of addiction and how politics will affect addicts and employees working with addiction in the future.

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5.0
Excellent
Great, not many weaknesses
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4.0
Great
The have good group programs. They really don't help you transition back to normal when you get out. They helped my brother get clean and show him there is a better way to live.
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4.7
Excellent
They do a really good job supporting their patients and helping them get clean. They could do a little better at checking up on people who have left the program. Overall, they were very great and helped my sister get clean and stay clean.
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3.3
Good
I work in detox, not residential, so my experience is limited. However, I know they enact forward thinking. A downfall is that the facility consists of old houses.
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No Rating
A strength of the facility our caring for people-- our "Slogan," if you will is "HOPE HAPPENS HERE." However, there is not enough space... so many helpless people and we are trying so diligently to accommodate more people. It's an EXCEPTIONAL place for the clients AND the employees.
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The food, auxiliary staff and the volunteers were positive aspects of the facility. However, I believe that they are entrenched in coercive treatment methods, Prison-like atmosphere, refusal to keep up with contemporary models ... forced AA participation (forced to acknowledge Christian beliefs), withholds modern medical interventions. Based on contemporary evidence, older Tx models can make people worse. Punitive models can make people worse; client centered, strength based, and motivational models are more effective. I think they would do better with private out-patient treatment or general counseling. ... This reputation is well-known in the local counseling community. ...
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2.0
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We were told in an All Staff meeting that if our clients were able to think for themselves, they would not be here... Bootcamp mentality. Very discouraging. Counterproductive, based on recent studies in effectiveness. Very loyal and caring support staff: nurses, treatment assistants, volunteers, cooks,
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5.0
Excellent
ATS is an excellent treatment facility regardless of the level of care needed. The utilize evidence based practices and management is very active and knowledgeable in all areas of client care. As an employee, however, one feels drained and hung out to dry with minimal financial support and few benefits. Innovation and involvement of the community in providing support for the hard work that clients are doing; community education; family and support system involvement.
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2.7
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Uses out-dated treatment models. Very coercive. Many of staff are grandfathered in ex-users, (not MA licensed). High staff turnover. High relapse rate. Heavy handed and threatening. Puts on a good front, threatens those that whistle-blow. Read William L White's book about the organizational family. That fits ATS to a "T".
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