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Drug and Alcohol Addiction Treatment Centers in Mackinac Island, Michigan

If substance addiction is negatively impacting your personal and professional life, Mackinac Island has many high-quality drug abuse centers to help you or a relative. Whether addicted to Campral, opiates, painkillers or alcohol, we can help you connect with rehabilitation to get the greatest help available. You can even find executive or executive treatment in Mackinac Island to make rehabilitation as easy as possible.

Treatment Centers near Mackinac Island, MI

Sault Tribal Health & Human
1140 North State Street Saint Ignace, MI 49781
- 9 Miles Away
Great Lakes Recovery Centers St. Ignace Outpatient Services
1143 North State Street Saint Ignace, MI 49781
- 9 Miles Away
Hiawatha Behavioral Health Authority
114 Elliot Street Saint Ignace, MI 49781
- 9 Miles Away
Sacred Heart Rehabilitation Center Inc
248 Ferry Lane Saint Ignace, MI 49781
- 9 Miles Away
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Latest Reviews of Rehabs in Michigan

Awakenings Rehabilitation

The staff really cares but it is a business so the cuts were being made when i was there at times very unorganized but again staff and councell were very caring and good any rehab it up to you to make what it is!!!! The staff,nurse, and counsellor and chef were very good. had no one to drive clients to church aa and other activity they were trying to figure that out when i was there.

- SEAN
4.7 out of 5
Albion, MI

Behavioral Rehabilitation Services

For nearly 20 years my sister has had problems with drugs. Ever since she was a teenager. Until 3 years ago though, I didn’t think of her as a drug addict. She’d use for a while, usually for around 6 months and then she’d stop by herself. Usually for around the same amount of time. When she did use she never used daily from what I could see. We all knew it was a problem but, couldn’t ever get her into rehab because as soon as our parents would start looking at places to send her, she’d stop by herself and it’s really hard getting someone to agree to go to drug rehab when they aren’t currently using drugs. She went to BRS 9 months ago, 3 years before that is when everything started going downhill. She started using more, stopped having any amount of time when she was sober and became a true drug addict. She was arrested twice for possession which turned out to be a good thing. The first time was a wake-up call for her. She finally realized that she was getting worse. The second time she was arrested she agreed to go to treatment. Our parents sent her to BRS for numerous reasons. They wanted a place where she’d be comfortable and BRS is that. It’s actually really beautiful there with a building that looks more like a lodge than a rehab. They have multiple programs there which was perfect for us. My parents have done a lot of research on addicts and recovery these last 20 years, there are so many different programs out there and they didn’t want the burden of finding the right treatment for her. This way they just had to get her there and the professionals could figure it out. BRS also doesn’t have a time based program. The people that go there are there for as long as they need to be. My sister was there for 6 months and she thrived there. She became so much happier, much less jaded with life and was easier to get along with. She’s been home for 3 months now and while we have had stretches where she was sober for this long before it’s got a completely different feeling to it this time. It’s not that she a new person or anything like that but she did change a lot while she was at BRS and all for the better. I know that as long as she keeps doing whatever it is she’s been doing she won’t use again.

- JDW
5 out of 5
Harrison, MI

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