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Find a Substance Abuse Rehab Center or Resource in Milford, MI

If illicit or prescription drug abuse is impacting your work and home life, Milford, MI has a number of great drug abuse centers to help you or someone you love. Whether addicted to Ryzolt, opiates, painkillers or alcohol, we can help you connect with rehabilitation to get the best help available. You can even find private or executive treatment in Milford to make rehab as easy as possible.

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Local NA/AA Meetings in Milford, Michigan
Type Meeting Name @ Location Address Details
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Serenity Club @ Serenity Club Waterford, MI, 48329 Friday @ 6:00 pm Format: Speaker
NA
Hickory Ridge Community Church @ Hickory Ridge Community Church 1360 Hickory Ridge Trl, Milford, MI, 48380 Saturday @ 7:30 pm
Wednesday @ 12:00 pm
Thursday @ 7:00 pm
Sunday @ 7:00 pm
NA
Livingston County Alano Club @ Livingston County Alano Club 5754 Whitmore Lake Rd, Brighton, MI, 48116 Saturday @ 7:30 pm
Wednesday @ 7:30 pm
Format: Step, Tradition
NA
Brighton Hospital @ Brighton Hospital 12851 Grand River Ave, Brighton, MI, 48116 Friday @ 7:30 pm Format: Discussion/Participation
NA
Brighton Church Of Christ @ Brighton Church of Christ 6026 Rickett Rd, Brighton, MI, 48116 Monday @ 7:30 pm Format: Discussion/Participation
NA
Saint Patrick's Church @ Saint Patrick's Church 711 Rickett Rd, Brighton, MI, 48116 Saturday @ 7:30 pm
NA
Saint Paul's Episcopal Church @ Saint Paul's Episcopal Church Brighton, MI, 48114 Saturday @ 8:00 pm
Friday @ 7:30 pm
Thursday @ 8:00 pm
Wednesday @ 8:00 pm
Friday @ 6:00 pm
Format: Topic, Discussion/Participation
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1265 North Milford Road Milford Family Practice
Milford, MI 48381
Addiction Therapy after Inpatient Substance Abuse Rehab

The people who need rehabs for drug and alcohol abuse the most are often the last ones to see it. Substance abuse interventions gather friends and family to impress upon the user the need for rehabilitation.

What About Luxury Drug Abuse Treatment Centers?

Before recovery can begin, the body must be washed free of the abused substance. This is known as detoxing. Alcohol and many drugs will leave the addict with unpleasant side effects or withdrawal symptoms once the body has become accustomed to the substance. Medically-assisted detox can minimize the symptoms for anyone seeking to get better.

Residential Rehabilitation Centers

When inpatient treatment for drug abuse ends, you may not feel like you're ready to be on your own. It's important to have a solid support group if you are to achieve sobriety. A continuing course of addiction therapy allows you to go at your own pace. You'll get the benefits of group and individualized meetings and counseling sessions for as long as you need them.