Michigan Drug and Alcohol Abuse Rehab Center

    Addiction is a chronic, relapsing condition, and continued drug use can alter the user’s brain chemistry, making it increasingly difficult to exert control over their substance use.1 Finding the right drug and alcohol rehab center can mean the difference between life and death, as continued substance abuse increases the risk of fatal overdose or accidents while intoxicated.

    If you’re a Michigan resident or you’re seeking to travel to MI for rehab, read on to find out how to begin your journey.

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    Treatment Centers in Michigan

    Wedgwood Christian Services
    3300 36th Street SE Grand Rapids, MI 49512
    Awakenings Rehabilitation
    809 West Erie Street Albion, MI 49224
    Bear River Health at Walloon Lake
    2594 Springvale Rd. Boyne Falls, MI 49713
    Addiction Treatment Services - Dakoske Hall
    116 E. Eighth Street Traverse City, MI 49684
    Ten16 Recovery Network
    1213 E. Isabella Road Midland, MI 48640
    Sacred Heart Rehabilitation Center
    1106 N. Washington Ave. Bay City, MI 48708
    OAR - The Chester A. Ray Center for Men
    231 Washington Boulevard Holland, MI 49423
    Guiding Light Mission
    255 Division Avenue South Grand Rapids, MI 49503
    Sacred Heart Rehabilitation Center
    400 Stoddard Road Richmond, MI 48062
    Flint Odyssey House
    529 M.L.K Blvd. Flint, MI 48502
    Gilmore Community Healing Center
    1910 Shaffer Street Kalamazoo, MI 49048
    Dawn Farm - Outpatient Services
    315 North Main Street Ann Arbor, MI 48104
    Mid-Michigan Recovery Services Glass House
    913 West Holmes Road Lansing, MI 48910
    Harbor Hall
    704 Emmet Street Petoskey, MI 49770
    Addiction Treatment Services - Phoenix Hall
    445 East State Street Traverse City, MI 49686
    House of Commons
    706 Curtis Street Mason, MI 48854
    Self-Help Addiction Rehabilitation, Inc. (SHAR)
    1852 West Grand Boulevard Detroit, MI 48208
    Phoenix House Inc. Outpatient
    101 E. Mary Street Bessemer, MI 49911
    Elmhurst Home Inc - Naomi's Nest
    245 Pitkin Street Highland Park, MI 48203
    Kairos Healthcare - Queen of Angels
    3400 S Washington Rd Saginaw, MI 48601
    Home of New Vision
    3115 Professional Drive Ann Arbor, MI 48104
    Community Social Services of Wayne County
    9851 Hamilton Avenue Detroit, MI 48202
    Great Lakes Recovery Centers- Women's New Hope House
    2655 Ashmun Street, Main Entrance, Sault Ste. Marie, MI 49783
    Dawn Farm
    6633 Stony Creek Road Ypsilanti, MI 48197
    Oakdale Recovery Center
    43825 Michigan Avenue Canton, MI 48188
    Oakland Family Services
    114 Orchard Lake Road Pontiac, MI 48341
    New Paths, Inc.
    765 East Hamilton Avenue Flint, MI 48505
    Sunrise Centre
    630 Walnut St Alpena, MI 49707
    Sacred Heart Rehabilitation Center
    1400 E. 12 Mile Road Madison Heights, MI 48071
    Great Lakes Recovery Centers - Men's New Hope House
    301 E. Spruce Street Sault Ste. Marie, MI 49783
    Hegira Health, Inc., Westland Counseling Center
    8623 North Wayne Road Westland, MI 48185
    Aicc
    1800 Imlay City Road Lapeer, MI 48446
    Salvation Army Macomb Harbor Light
    42590 Stepnitz Drive Clinton Twp, MI 48036
    Mariners Inn
    445 Ledyard Street Detroit, MI 48201
    Victory Clinical Services
    401 Howard Street Kalamazoo, MI 49001
    Cristo Rey Community Center
    1717 North High Street Lansing, MI 48906
    Saginaw Odyssey House
    128 North Warren Street Saginaw, MI 48607
    Jefferson House
    8311 East Jefferson Avenue Detroit, MI 48214
    Dawn Farm
    502 W. Huron Ann Arbor, MI 48104
    Catholic Social Services, St Clair Co
    2601 13th Street Port Huron, MI 48060
    1st Step Referral Services
    110 Pearl Street Ypsilanti, MI 48197
    Arbor Circle Counseling
    222 East 82nd St. Newaygo, MI 49337
    Clearview Women's Treatment Center
    1406 8th Street Port Huron, MI 48060
    McCullough Vargas and Associates
    110 Reading Avenue Jonesville, MI 49250
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      Information about rehab in Michigan

      MI Substance Abuse Facts

      Misusing drugs and alcohol can lead to a number of negative consequences such as health problems, crime, addiction, and death.

      In Michigan, the misuse of opioids continues to be a major public health concern. Consider the following statewide statistics:

      • In 2014, there were 4 million more opioid prescriptions written than in 2007.2
      • In 2014, there were 745 million prescriptions written for schedule II drugs, compared to just 180 million in 2007.2
      • Hydrocodone is the most prescribed drug in Michigan, accounting for 32% of all prescriptions written.2
      • From 2009 to 2012, the overdose rate was 12.3 deaths per every 100,000 Michigan residents.3
      • More than one-third of Michigan residents who died of an opioid-related overdose had doctor shopped in the past year.3

      Visiting multiple doctors in order to receive new prescriptions, or “doctor shopping,” is just one warning sign that you may be heading down the path to addiction.

      Getting Addiction Treatment Help in MI

      Substance use disorder is characterized by a compulsion to continue using drugs or alcohol despite harmful consequences such as physical and mental health problems, financial hardship, legal troubles, and close calls with overdose or other near-fatal accidents.

      Through evidence-based methods such as cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) and motivational interviewing, addiction can be managed and treated over the long-term. Treatment can occur in a variety of settings, including inpatient residential facilities, outpatient office visits, 12-step programs and other group meetings, intensive outpatient services, and partial hospitalization programs.

      If you or a loved one is ready to start looking into Michigan rehab programs, you can begin by searching through our database of available centers, or call us at 1-888-744-0069 . Our treatment support specialists are available 24/7 to help answer your questions and locate a center that will work best for you and your needs.

      Where Else Can I Find Help in MI?

      If cost is a barrier to treatment for you, you are not alone. Millions of Americans need addiction treatment every year and do not receive the proper care because of cost and other factors.

      However, there are many ways to finance your rehab and get the care you need and deserve. For example, many centers offer sliding scale payment plans that allow you to pay what you can based on your income and financial circumstances. Other centers may offer financing so that you don’t have to pay the entire cost upfront.

      As you research drug and alcohol rehab centers, ask about programs or scholarships for low-income, uninsured, or homeless individuals, depending on your situation. Other options you could consider to help cover costs include:

      • State-funded rehab centers.
      • Crowdfunding platforms like GoFundMe.
      • Seeking a personal loan from family or friends.
      • Applying for a healthcare loan or credit card.

      Resources in Michigan

      • Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration: The Behavioral Health Treatment Services Locator is an easy-to-use tool to find treatment centers. Search by city, state, or zip code to find a facility that meets your needs.
      • Michigan Medicaid: If you are unable to pay for health insurance or the cost of rehab treatment, determine if you’re eligible for a state Medicaid insurance plan. These plans are required to provide coverage for addiction treatment and mental health services.

      If you or someone you love is having an emergency related to potential overdose or an accident caused by drug impairment, call 911 immediately. Your local emergency services agency is best suited to provide immediate assistance. If you are having suicidal thoughts and don’t know where to turn, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255.

      Sources

      1. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), Office of the Surgeon General. (2016). Facing Addiction in America: The Surgeon General’s Report on Alcohol, Drugs, and Health.
      2. Michigan Prescription Drug & Opioid Abuse Task Force. (2015). Report of Findings and Recommendations for Actions.
      3. Michigan Department of Community Health. (2014). A Profile of Drug Overdose Deaths Using the Michigan Automated Prescription System (MAPS).
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