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Drug and Alcohol Addiction Treatment Centers in Cornell, Michigan

If use of alcohol or pills is compromising your way of life, Cornell has a selection of great drug abuse programs to help you, a friend or a family member. Whether addicted to Hash, opiate drugs, pain medication or alcohol, we can help you connect with rehabilitation to get the best help available. You can even find executive or exclusive treatment in Cornell to make rehabilitation as easy as possible.

Treatment Centers near Cornell, MI

Catholic Social Services Upper Penn
1100 Ludington Street Escanaba, MI 49829
- 14 Miles Away
Great Lakes Recovery Centers - Escanaba Outpatient Services
1101 Ludington Street Escanaba, MI 49829
- 14 Miles Away
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Latest Reviews of Rehabs in Michigan

The Elizabeth Upjohn Community Healing Center

numerous recovery tools. group meetings are awesome. we are all there for the same purpose. to learn how to prevent relapse.

- Anonymous
5 out of 5
Kalamazoo, MI

A Forever Recovery

I had such a great experience at A Forever Recovery. It was unlike any rehab center I’ve ever been to before. It was just so much better there. For starters, the building is really nice. It’s clean, warm and inviting. It bears absolutely no resemblance to a hospital or institution. It was designed for comfort and it’s the only rehab I’ve been to where I felt comfortable and was able to relax. Now, detox no matter how you look at it is going to be dreadful. At least for me it always has been. In general, I’m not much of a drama queen unless it has to do with detoxing and then all bets all off and I become a crazy person. I’m miserable before it even starts and I build it up so much in my head that nothing really makes it better. My experience going through detox at AFR while still not great was much more bearable. It still wasn’t fun by any stretch of the imagination but it was much easier to get through. The medical personnel and the detox staff were great with me. They constantly checked on me to make sure I was alright. The understood what I was going through and knew how to help me get through it. When I did finish detox and was starting my program I sat down with my counselor to go over the different treatment options they have there. I’ve done enough 12-step programs to know that it wasn’t what I needed. There isn’t one addiction treatment that works for everyone and they understand that at AFR. What works for one person might not work for someone else and so they help you find the treatment that will work for you and tailor it to your needs. I ended up doing SMART recovery and that worked for me. I was able to completely understand my addiction for the first time ever. What motivated me to start using and why I had so much trouble getting and staying off drugs. There is something so special about the staff at AFR. They understand addiction and are beyond dedicated to helping every client that comes there. One thing they focused on there was communication. It doesn’t seem like such a big thing but really so many of my fights with my parents could’ve been avoided if we had just talked through it. So I learned how to talk with people better and get my point across without a talk devolving into a screaming match. I learned what kind of my behavior led me to use and how to staff away from those things and the people that made it easier for me to relapse. I’m better able to handle conflict without resorting to using drugs to make it better. Dealing with my emotions again after using for so long was hard. You don’t really deal with anything when you’re getting high and having all those emotions come back full force when you’re clean can turn into quite a mess. The counselors there were great with getting me through that and dealing with my emotions in a positive way again. The staff at AFR are some of the kindest and most compassionate people I’ve had in my life and they made the whole process of getting off and staying off drugs much easier. For the first time in my life I feel ready and able to stay clean and sober and that’s due to the experience I had at A Forever Recovery.

- Julia
5 out of 5
Battle Creek, MI

DOT Caring Centers, Inc.

Personnel were very caring and attentive. Small and need more group field trips other than laundry. I thought it was a great experience. The simplicity of it made me focus mainly on myself which was the major issue. I have recommended it to a few people seeking help.

- Sarah
4 out of 5
Freeland, MI