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Drug and Alcohol Addiction Treatment Centers in Ortonville, Michigan

If use of alcohol or medication is negatively impacting your work and home life, Ortonville has some top drug abuse facilities to help you or someone you love. Whether addicted to MDMA, opiates, pain pills or alcohol, we can help you connect with rehabilitation to get the highest-quality help available. You can even find luxury or private treatment in Ortonville to make rehab as easy as possible.

Treatment Centers near Ortonville, MI

Recovery Institute of Ohio
Recovery Institute of Ohio
1019 Pierce Street Sandusky, OH 44870
- 103 Miles Away
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At Recovery Institute of Ohio, we offer personalized care and individualized treatment plans to support long-term health and well-being. We provide each client a safe space and comprehensive treatment for addiction and mental health. It is the mission of Recovery Institute of Ohio to provide a safe, therapeutic environment for our clients and their families, with an emphasis on utilizing the Twelve-Step program. Our goal is to ensure our clients have the highest quality of substance abuse treatment services while providing a warm, safe and supportive environment.
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Guest House Men’s Treatment Program
1601 Joslyn Road Lake Orion, MI 48360
- 9 Miles Away
Meridian Health Services
1255 N. Oakland Blvd Waterford, MI 48327
- 13 Miles Away
Dr. Janet D. Heasley, DO
380 Mill Street Ortonville, MI 48462
Heron Ridge Associates - Clarkston
3694 Clarkston Road Clarkston, MI 48348
- 5 Miles Away
North Oakland Family Counseling
6887 Dixie Highway Clarkston, MI 48346
- 8 Miles Away
LifeStance Therapists & Psychiatrists Clarkston
7300 Dixie Highway Clarkston, MI 48346
- 8 Miles Away
Oakland Psychological Clinic - Lake Orion
1455 South Lapeer Road Lake Orion, MI 48360
- 10 Miles Away
Pro-Health Urgent Care - Orion Township
3003 South Baldwin Road Lake Orion, MI 48359
- 11 Miles Away
Community Programs Inc
1255 North Oakland Boulevard Waterford, MI 48327
- 13 Miles Away
Oakland Psychological Clinic PC
10785 South Saginaw Street Grand Blanc, MI 48439
- 13 Miles Away
Community Programs Inc
1435 North Oakland Boulevard Waterford, MI 48327
- 13 Miles Away
Easterseals MORC
1685 Baldwin Avenue Pontiac, MI 48340
- 13 Miles Away
Therapeutics LLC
1685 Baldwin Avenue Pontiac, MI 48340
- 13 Miles Away
Right Choice Care Center
1265 West Huron Street Waterford, MI 48328
- 14 Miles Away
Community Programs Inc
269 Summit Drive Waterford, MI 48328
- 14 Miles Away
Liberty House Recovery Center
13520 White Lake Road Fenton, MI 48430
- 14 Miles Away
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Awakenings Rehabilitation

When I went to Awakenings it was because I needed help with an addiction to pain pills and Suboxone. The Suboxone I started to get off the pain pills but I was using one or the other and couldn’t get off. When I went to Awakenings I got the exact right kind of help I needed and I’ve able to stay sober since coming home after finishing my program. When I started using it was because I wanted to try it, wanted to see what it was like. Such a stupid and costly mistake. When I realized that I’d become dependent on pills I went to my parents for help. I didn’t want to go to rehab because I was afraid that I’d go there and end up with a bigger habit or something. I’d read some stories of that happening to people, or they’d go to rehab for weed and when they left they’d start using meth or something. Because of that fear my parents and I decided on me going to a doctor and getting on Suboxone. Which did help. It got me off the pills. Only then, I couldn’t get off the Suboxone. I was weaned down on the Suboxone till I was taking only a little bit, then I stop taking it and as soon as the withdrawal started, I’d start looking for something to stop it. Whether that was pills or Suboxone I didn’t care. After a year of that my parents decided I needed rehab. I went though I didn’t completely agree. I knew I needed some help and thought that if I could get everything out of my system, then I wouldn’t needed help staying that way. I did do the program, just not as well as I could have. I wasn’t as sincere as I should’ve been, didn’t try as hard as I could’ve. I made it 3 months after coming home before I relapsed. I went back on Suboxone, back to that cycle until my parents found Awakenings and sent me there. It’s a great place for so many reasons. There 2 that were most important to me though was the program itself and the staff there. The program isn’t just one program that everyone does. They have different options there and I found a program that worked best for me. The staff, as soon as I got there they made sure I felt welcome and that I was comfortable. Through my withdrawal they made sure I was as comfortable as possible and continued to be there through my whole program, helping me whenever I needed it. Because of all that I’ve stayed sober since I finished my program and came home. I feel so much better now. I know what to do and how to handle that comes my way and by using what I learned at Awakenings, I know that no matter what I’ll be able to stay sober.

- AC
4.3 out of 5
Albion, MI

A Forever Recovery

I first came across A Forever Recovery at least 7 years ago, when I was looking for a place to send my son. While reading some of the things said about AFR I decided against sending him there. There were far too many reviews about AFR stating that it was a recruiting center for a cult, and I didn’t want my son going to a place like that. My son spent the 6 years in and out of rehab and every time I started looking for a new place to send my son to, I’d see the advertisements for AFR and finally after 6 years with absolutely no improvement in my son’s life, I figured it might just be easier to get him out of a cult that to get him off drugs, so I finally called them. Turns out, that don’t us the same programs that they used to, and they have no affiliation with that cult anymore. They still have an impressive set-up and the more I heard about AFR, the more I was almost excited at the prospect of my son going there. AFR has different programs for the clients to choose from. There’s not a one size fits all mentality to treatment there and I thought that, more than anything would help my son. In fact, I’m almost ashamed to admit that it didn’t ever occur to me that my son might be doing the wrong program for him. Whenever he’d relapse, I always thought it was him, just not trying enough. Because I thought he wasn’t putting in the effort to get sober, I never considered that he might need a different program, so I always sent him to 12-step programs because the 12-step program has been around for so long, it’s the only one I knew anything about, and so it was the only kind of program my son had ever gone to. When my son went to AFR he was able to choose a program that he felt comfortable doing and his attitude towards his recovery changed immediately after choosing the SMART program. He was putting more effort than ever before to get a recovery program done right. The clients at AFR are moved forward on their programs based on their individual progress. It’s not a 30-day or any other amount of days type of place. My son stayed at AFR for 18 weeks because he wanted to. My son started AFR liked he started so many other programs, irritated he had to go back to rehab, wanting to get it done as quickly as possible and not working as hard as he should have. After going through detox, seeing the different programs they have and spending time figuring out what he wanted to do, his whole attitude changed about being there. All of a sudden it wasn’t an annoyance he had to get through to appease me, it was something that could really help him stay sober and he was very happy about that. Going to A Forever Recovery gave my son a better chance at sobriety than all the other rehabs he’s gone to. I’m really glad I finally gave AFR a chance because going through his program has saved my son’s life. He got home last week, and I’ve never seen him so determined to stay sober. He’s doing everything he’s supposed to be doing, calling up to AFR, checking in and continuing his aftercare program. Our entire family’s life has changed for the better because of my son’s stay at AFR and I’m incredibly grateful for everything they did for him and everything they’ve continue to do since he’s come home.

- MT
4.7 out of 5
Battle Creek, MI

House of Commons

Plenty of food and candy, able to talk on phone, counselors help with setup for getting out, small facility Counselors don't spend any time with family and not even a daily visit with patient, patients rarely get to go outside, no literature available to read They'll only let you stay 60 days if you have medicaid, 90 days are reserved for prison exits... seems dumb since most withdrawals take 60 days and they have no detox program.

- Kncb
4 out of 5
Mason, MI