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Local Service Agencies/Organizations

  • Oakland County Health Network – Serves Oakland County by providing public mental health services to adults with serious mental illness, children with serious emotional disturbances and persons with developmental disabilities.
  • Common Ground – emergency intervention – Common Ground is a nonprofit crisis intervention agency whose mission is to provide a lifeline for individuals and families in crisis, victims of crime, persons with mental illness, people trying to cope with critical situations and runaway and homeless youth.
  • Oakland County Youth Suicide Prevention:  The Oakland County Youth Suicide Prevention Task Force has developed a plan to focus and coordinate suicide prevention efforts in Oakland County. Our partners will guide and implement these activities by engaging public and private stakeholders..
  • Easter Seals – Michigan – Easter Seals Michigan works to change the way the world defines and views disabilities by making profound, positive differences in people’s lives every day
  • Training and Treatment Innovations, Inc.Mission: To enhance the quality of life of the individuals we serve through an array of clinical best practices that inspire healthy living, empowerment, and recovery while promoting the attainment of personal goals and independence.
  • Community Network Services – (CNS) is a private non-profit human services agency that provides comprehensive behavioral health services.  CNS offers a wide spectrum of community-based support services.
  • Michigan Common Wealth Information site We endeavored to create a way to find events and social opportunities that seems to be made just for you. As long as we have something for what you’re looking for you’re going to see exactly what you want to see. We offer many options to narrow the information to just what you need and try not to try show you anything you don’t need. We want you to benefit from the context that is inherent in the information we collect. If an event you’re looking for is a specific city we provide a link for you to jump right into the results for that city, if you’re interested in more events hosted by the same group that is hosting an event you’re interested in, just click on that group name and you’re sent right to a page with all of that groups events. We continue to offer these jumping off points when you go anywhere on the website. Commonwealth’s mission is to help you find activities that you will enjoy and this website hopes to aid in that mission by making it as easy as possible to find those activities.
  • Macomb-Oakland Regional Center – MORC, Inc. is a human services agency that provides long-term supports for individuals with physical or intellectual disabilities and the elderly.  Our mission is to maximize human potential.
  • Sib4Sib SupportMissionTo provide a safe space and community for teens to express the frustrations of having a sibling struggling with mental health. Sib4Sib is a support group created by a teen, for teens. 1 in 5 Americans struggle with mental health; while there are countless support groups for the family and the people who are struggling, there are virtually no resources for the sibling. Sib4Sib addresses this issue head on.
  • Area Agency on Aging – Helping seniors, adults with disabilities and their families in southeast Michigan. We help guide you to the programs and services that can help—whether that’s home-care, Meals on Wheels, help with Medicaid and Medicare, or help finding transportation. We are the first people you should reach out to when an older adult or a person with a disability is in need. Call Us at 1-800-852-7795.

  • Kadima Mental Health Services and Housing.    Kadima provides a continuum of residential, clinical and educational/outreach programs for members of the community with mental health challenges.
  • Community Living Services: – We have been providing supports and services for children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities for decades. Our Supports Coordinators are on the front lines every day, accessing resources in communities, helping find employment and volunteer opportunities and working toward a future of independence and freedom for those that we serve.
  • Mentors of Michigan, Inc.   Dedicated to Providing the Best Group Home Care.
  • New Oakland Family Centers – Oakland, Wayne, Macomb (800) 395-FACE Child-Adolescent & Family Center
  • Catholic Social Services – Oakland County (248) 548-4044 Mental and Behavioral Health Counseling
  • Detroit Wayne County Mental Health Authority – The purpose of the Detroit-Wayne County Community Mental Health Agency (DWMHA) is to ensure support, care and treatment services to adults with mental illness, individuals with developmental disabilities, children with serious emotional disturbances and persons with substance use disorders and their families so they can make choices in care, live in the community and achieve desired outcomes through individualized health goals
  • Community Outreach Psychiatric Emergencies C.O.P.E. – Wayne County Crises and pre-admission services.
  • HegiraServing the communities of Wayne County since 1971, HPI is one of Michigan’s largest freestanding integrated, behavioral healthcare organizations. It is our goal to ensure the availability of quality, individualized, and rapidly accessible integrated, behavioral and primary healthcare services.
  • Oakdale Recovery Center – Oakdale’s six levels of care are designed to meet the unique needs of persons moving through the various stages of recovery. Our treatment options include: Detoxification, Residential, Day Treatment, Domiciliary Intensive Outpatient, Intensive Outpatient and Traditional Outpatient.
  • Coalition on Temporary Shelter – COTS (313) 831-3777 Services:  Detroit, Emergency housing, food, and shelter, Also offers utility assistance, COTS has funds available for eviction prevention through assistance.
  • Cass Community Social Services – (313) 883-2277 Cass Community Social Services is Detroit-based agency dedicated to providing food, housing, health services, and job programs.
  • Catholic Social Services – Wayne County – (313) 883-2100 Behavioral Health & Community Services Division:  Family Life Education Program, Family Mental Health Counseling Services, Substance ABuse Treatment & Prevention Programs, etc.
  • Detroit Rescue Mission – (313) 993-4700 Services:  Emergency Shelter; transitional housing; permanent housing; (must have a disability that prevents the resident from independently living in community hosing including:  chronic, debilitating health issues, mental illnesses, severe substance addictions, or developmental delays); free medical care; substance abuse detox and treatment;
  • Neighborhood Service Organization (NSO) (313) 961-4890 – CARF Accreditation for our addiction and mental health programs: Older Adult Services, Life Choices and Homeless Recovery Services. This accreditation decision represents the highest level of accreditation that can be awarded to an organization.
  • The Samaritan Center – (313) 579-4100 Holy Cross Samaritan Center Located in the former Mercy Hospital complex, the Samaritan Center offers a multi-faceted community resource center for neighborhoods in the Conner Avenue & I-94 area of Detroit’s East Side.Services available at the center include: medical and mental health services, job training and placement, educational programs
  • Hamtramick Housing Commission -(313) 868-7445
  • Highland Park Housing Commission – (313) 868-4500
  • HUD Fair Housing Hotline – (800) 669-9777
  • Wayne County Housing Authority listings
  • United Way for Southeastern Michigan (800) 552-1183 – Connects callers with local community based organizations.
  • Starfish Family Services  – 888. 355. 5433 Strengthening families to create brighter futures for children.  It’s normal to experience, at one time or another a behavioral, social, or health issue that can disrupt life and harm relationships. Our Mental Health professionals specialize in assessing and treating a variety of emotional, behavioral and developmental difficulties. We work with children, teens, adults and entire families.
  • Faith Recovery Center – Lincoln Park – FRC is a structured program of recovery from drugs and alcohol and/or mental illness.
  • Southwest Housing Solutions – Detroit (313) 841-3727 Provides housing to low and moderate income residents, including those with mental illness and the homeless in Southwest Detroit.
  • Macomb County Community Mental Health – Macomb County Community Mental Health provides a wide variety of mental health treatment and support services to adults and children with mental illness, developmental disabilities, and substance abuse treatment needs.
  • Macomb County Office of Substance Abuse – If you think you or a family member may have an alcohol or drug abuse problem, contact Macomb County Community Mental Health Access Center which is open Monday-Friday 8 am to 7:45 pm at (586) 948-0222
  • Macomb Family Services  – The mission of Macomb Family Services is to enhance the health and well being of others, and promote social and personal change. We provide a wide range of family related counseling, residential, and home/community based services to the residents of Macomb County and surrounding communities. Our staff is dedicated to providing superior programs that will improve the quality of life for individuals, families, and the community.
  • Community Housing Network – Community Housing Network, Inc. is a community economic development organization that promotes the economic self-sufficiency and inclusion of people with special needs and people of low to very low income in their communities through home-ownership and access to affordable, desirable housing opportunities and other community resources.
  • Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance Metropolitan Detroit – The Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance Metropolitan Detroit (DBSA) is a self-help group for those diagnosed with Bipolar Disorder or Depression (Unipolar Disorder).
  • Families Anonymous – is a 12 Step fellowship for the families and friends who have known a feeling of desperation concerning the destructive behavior of someone very near to them, whether caused by drugs, alcohol, or related behavioral problems. When you come into our rooms you are no longer alone, but among friends who have experienced similar problems.  Any concerned person is encouraged to attend our meetings, even if there is only a suspicion of a problem.
  • D & M Consultants, Inc Is a 501c3 Not-For Profit Corporation holding contracts with Community Network Services, Easter Seals Adult Mental Health Services, Training and Treatment Innovations, Macomb Oakland Regional Center and Professional Consulting Services of Jackson, MI.  D & M Consultants, Inc. is committed to the provision of quality service for persons with mental illness and/or developmental disabilities by offering choices that include housing, recreational, vocational and therapeutic opportunities.
  • PLAN of SE Mich Planned Lifetime Assistance Network (PLAN) If you have a family member with chronic mental illness, brain injury, or other disability….and worry about what will happen when you can no longer provide assistance, advocacy, or monitoring you need to go to this site.  Plan was formed from the major concern of families with disabled loved ones wanting to know what will happen to their loved one’s quality of life when the family is no longer able to provide the support and advocacy they currently do.
  • OASIS DBT – Collaborative Oasis DBT LLC  is committed to applying advances in DBT by providing educational groups and training to a broad variety of clients on innovative and adaptive ways to use DBT skills to help those we serve accomplish their unique goals using effective and empathetic interactions.
  • Survivors of Suicide Support Group – University of Michigan – This support group for adults who have lost a loved one to suicide holds twice-monthly meetings that run for eight-session cycles. The  group offers opportunities to: Develop a caring support network, Learn healthy coping and healing skills, Provide a safe place for survivors to share thoughts and feelings, Learn about bereavement and grief and their impact on us
  • Michigan Suicide Support Groups Listing:
  • Social Security Conseling Center – A full service Social Security Law Firm  Call Toll Free for a free consultation 844-560-4909 – SOCIAL SECURITY DISABILITY & SSI —- SSI FOR DISABLED CHILDREN —- IS YOUR SPECIAL NEEDS CHILD TURING 18?
  • Rise Psychiatric Services (Online Mental Health Care) 248-850-1000  Serving youth and adults throughout Michigan
  • SamaritasSamaritas provides Substance Use Disorder Services (including teens) to those who struggle with the impact of drugs and alcohol. SUD treatment model includes: individual and group counseling, medication assisted treatment, case management and recovery coaching for adolescents and adults. We are, now more than ever, committed to combating this public health crisis.
  • Brain Balance Oakland County: Brain Balance Oakland County has a Plan for Kids who Struggle

State Organizations

  • National Alliance on Mental Illness – Michigan – The State of Michigan’s grassroots organization dedicated to improving the lives of people with severe mental illnesses.
  • The Mental Health Association in Michigan – The Mental Health Association in Michigan (MHAM) is a voluntary membership citizens’ organization representing a broad base of people working together as an advocate for the mentally ill.
  • Michigan Protection and Advocacy Service – Our goal is to advance the dignity, equality, self-determination, and expressed choices of individuals. Michigan Protection and Advocacy Service, Inc. (MPAS) promotes, expands and protects the human and legal rights of people by providing them with information and advocacy.
  • Michigan Department of Human Services –  Community Mental Health Services Programs
  • Michigan Department of Community Mental Health (MDCMH) The Michigan Department of Community Health (MDCH) is one of 18 departments of state government. The department, the largest in state government, is responsible for health policy and management of the state’s publicly-funded health service systems. An estimated 2 million Michigan residents will receive.
  • Michigan Psychiatric Society – A District branch of the American Psychiatric association.
  • Michigan Psychological Association – An Affiliate of the American Psychological Association working to advance psychology as a science and a profession, to promote the public welfare by encouraging the highest professional standards, offering public education and providing public service, and by participating in the public policy process on behalf of the profession and health care consumers.
  • Michigan Association of Community Mental Health Boards (MACMHB) – created in 1967 to support county mental health services programs (CMHSPs) in promoting, maintaining and improving a comprehensive range of community-based mental health services, which enhance the quality of life, promote the emotional well-being, and contribute to healthy and secure communities which benefit all of Michigan’s citizens.
  • Schizophrenia And Related Disorders Alliance of America – An organization dedicated to the support of persons who live with schizophrenia and related disorders.
  • Michigan Association of Social Workers – NASW-Michigan aims to support, promote and advocate for professional social work practice, practitioners and the social work profession, and to improve the quality of life for the people of Michigan.
  • Michigan Veterans Foundation – (313) 831-5500 The primary mission of the Michigan Veterans Foundation is to fill the gaps that currently exist in providing services to Michigan’s veterans.
  • Michigan Works – Job Seekers – Service Centers: (313) 945-8380 The Employment and Training Department at ACCESS is a certified Michigan Works One-Stop Employment Services Center. Its mission is to assist in matching people with jobs, and empowering individuals by providing them with the skills and resources necessary to eliminate any dependency or impediment to self-sufficiency.
  • Michigan Mental Health Networker – Covers Souteastern Michigan and more.  Links
  • LICENSED ACTIVE PSYCHIATRIC PROGRAMS INPATIENT & PARTIAL HOSPITALIZATION PROGRAMS  – Michigan, Listed by County.
  • Michigan Drug Rehab Centers and Addiction Treatment Options:  Michigan has the fourth-highest drug abuse rate in the nation. Comprehensive addiction treatment is available throughout the state, including detoxification and inpatient care.
  • Drug Rehabilitation & Addiction resources in Michigan: Find Drug and Alcohol Treatment in Michigan That Works
  • Medicare in Michigan –  Medicare is the federal health insurance program for those aged 65 and over or who have a qualifying disability. In Michigan, nearly 1.1 million people are enrolled in Original Medicare, which is comprised of Part A, or hospital coverage, and Part B, or medical coverage. Part A is premium-free for most people, but for those who haven’t paid Medicare taxes, monthly premiums may be as high as $471. Part B is generally affordable at an average of $149 per month, but your premium may be higher or lower depending on your income. If you’re looking for an all-inclusive alternative to Original Medicare, there are 83 Medicare Advantage Plans in Michigan.

National Organizations

  • National Alliance on Mental Illness – The Nation’s voice on Mental Illness
  • Brain and Behavior Research Foundation is the largest donor-supported organization in the world devoted to funding scientific research on brain and behavior disorders.
  • Mental Health America – (formerly known as the National Mental Health Association) is the country’s leading nonprofit dedicated to helping ALL people live mentally healthier lives.
  • Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance is the leading patient-directed national organization focusing on the most prevalent mental illnesses.
  • American Psychiatric Association (APA) – The American Psychiatric Association is a medical specialty society recognized world-wide. Its over 38,000 U.S. and international member physicians work together to ensure humane care and effective treatment for all persons with mental disorder, including mental retardation and substance-related disorders.
  • The World Fellowship for Schizophrenia and Allied Disorders (WFSAD) is the only global grassroots organization dedicated to lightening the burden of schizophrenia and other serious mental illnesses for sufferers and their families.
  • National Mental Health Association:  NMHA
  • The National Association of Therapeutic Schools and Programs (NATSAP) represents a variety of programs and schools providing treatment to over 4,600 clients across North America. Our members include therapeutic schools, residential treatment schools, wilderness programs, outdoor therapeutic programs, young adult programs and home-based residential programs working with troubled teens and troubled adolescents. Our programs are dedicated to providing the highest quality services to the people and families they serve. This website serves as a resource to parents and professionals for information on our various programs and the families they serve.

Children & Adolescents

Government Agencies

Information & Research

    • University of Michigan Depression Center – The University of Michigan Depression Center is the first ever multi-disciplinary center dedicated to research, education, and treatment of depressive and bipolar illnesses.
    • 6 Ways to Improve Mental Health – It is very important to take care of your mental health.  Here are some ways to take care of yourself.
    • How to help a friend or family member with a mental illness:  It can be scary when someone you love is sick. It can be especially scary if they’re diagnosed with a mental illness. It’s hard to see someone you love in pain and it’s confusing when someone you know well is not acting like themselves. You know how you would take care of them if they had a cold or flu, but what do you do for a mental illness? Like any other health problem, someone with a mental illness needs extra love and support. You may not be able to see the illness, but it doesn’t mean that you’re powerless to help.
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    • University of Michigan – Good academic research and articles on mental illness
    • Depression and Related Affective Disorders Association (DRADA) – Information site.
    • National Institute of Health (NIH) – NIH is the steward of medical and behavioral research for the Nation. Its mission is science in pursuit of fundamental knowledge about the nature and behavior of living systems and the application of that knowledge to extend healthy life and reduce the burdens of illness and disability.
    • National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) – The mission of NIMH is to transform the understanding and treatment of mental illnesses through basic and clinical research, paving the way for prevention, recovery and cure.
    • Center for Psychiatric Rehabilitation – The Center is a research, training, and service organization dedicated to improving the lives of persons who have psychiatric disabilities by improving the effectiveness of people, programs, and service systems.
    • Medical News Today – Current News and articles on health and mental illness
    • Half of Us – Through Half of Us, mtvU and The Jed Foundation want to initiate a public dialogue to raise awareness about the prevalence of mental health issues on campus and connect students to the appropriate resources to get help.
    • Joseph J. Laurencelle Memorial Foundation JJLMF
    • Emotions Annonymous – Emotions Anonymous (EA) exists to support individuals with emotional difficulties in their efforts to live a more manageable life by using the Emotions Anonymous Program of recovery.
    • Mental Health Net -MentalHelp ─ Comprehensive Mental Health and Mental Illness information on topics like Depression, Bipolar, Suicide, Anxiety, Addiction, Schizophrenia, and more.
    • The Schizophrenia Home Page – Started in 1995, Schizophrenia.com is an internet community dedicated to providing high quality information, support and education to the family members, caregivers and individuals whose lives have been impacted by schizophrenia.
    • The Top 5 Mental Health Problems Facing College Students – Learn the signs and symptoms of depression, anxiety, eating disorders and others — and find resources that lead to a happier and healthier college career.
    • Housing etc. Link deals with housing, housing assistance, furniture, etc.
    • Stop Collector Harassment Under federal law, the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) protects your rights against out-of-control collectors.* A CollectionBully.com law firm will evaluate your case for FREE. If they determine you have a case, they will help you fight the collectors at no cost to you. The FDCPA punishes third-party debt collectors, which would include an agency that is not the original creditor, lender or company from which you have borrowed money.
    • Maryville University – Find information regarding Postpartum Depression
    • Alcohol and Addiction – Resource Guide
    • Michigan Detox for Alcohol and Drug Addiction – Resource Information
    •  Stress in college students for 2019: (how to cope) – A college guide to managing stress. Western Governors University
    • College Substance Abuse Statistics, Facts, Recovery – Complete Guide..Avenue Recovery:  College is supposed to be a time of learning, but also adventures and new experiences.  For many young people, it’s the first time they’re on their own, and without the structure of their childhood home and family life, they may experiment.  Unfortunately, that experimentation can lead to not-so-healthy habits including the use of substances, and unhealthy drinking patterns.
    • Navigating Mental Health Issues in College – A Comprehensive Guide – Premier Nursing Academy:  Between taking advanced courses, making new friends, and juggling finances, the transition to college can take a toll on your mental health. In fact, we’re just starting to understand how difficult it is for many students to prioritize their well-being in the face of the unique challenges they experience.
    • A Forever Recovery – Drug Rehab and Addiction Treatment – At A Forever Recovery, our unique, individualized treatment program gets results.  Our goal is to empower each client to live the best life possible. In that spirit, we offer a multi-faceted program that works for everyone.
    • PTSD Information Guide –  
      managing the Physical Health Risks That Come With Severe Mental Disorders: Research has found that people with severe mental disorders (SMD) have an average life expectancy that is 10 to 20 years lower than the general population. External link  This may seem unsurprising when considering the heightened risk of suicide among people with conditions such as major depressive disorder, schizophrenia and bipolar disorder. However, research has found that physical health risks are a major factor in the shortened life span of people with SMD. More importantly, many of these risks, such as diabetes and cardiovascular disease, are preventable, prompting the medical community to take action and push for more interdisciplinary care.
    • A Mental Health Crisis Guide for Schools– valuable information for families and schools regarding mental health. Mental health is a combination of our emotional, psychological, and social well-being, affecting how we think, feel, and act. Our mental health also plays a factor in how we handle stress, relate to others, and make decisions. People who manage their mental health well are able to cope with the stressors of life, be productive both in and outside of work, and make meaningful contributions to their communities.

    • Teen Mental Health Guide for Parents:  Your child’s teenage years are an exciting time, but they can be tricky too. With hormones going wild and bigger pressures at school, challenging mood swings are par for the course. With mental ill-health on the rise though, you’ll want to keep watch on whether their moods are normal, or if they need a bit of help.
    • Depression and Addiction Diagnosis, Signs and types: Depression and addiction are conditions that require immediate diagnosis and treatment by a health professional.
    • 79 Resources for Managing Seasonal Effectiveness Disorder
    • Menstrual Cycles and Mental Health: Why understanding mental health and menstrual cycles is important
    • 2020 Mental Health Resources List:
    • How Does Anxiety affect your sleep:   It’s a routine you know all too well. You’re getting ready for bed, tired, and ready to sleep. Then as soon as you crawl between your sheets about to step into dreamland, your anxiety starts tapping on the windows in your brain and you’re unable to do anything other than overthink everything your brain brings to the surface. Anxiety-induced insomnia strikes again. If you can’t sleep because of anxiety, we are here to help you understand the relationship anxiety can have on sleep and offer tips on how you can conquer your insomnia.
    • Mental Health Guide for High School Students:  As a high school student, it’s important to take charge of your mental health. This guide offers easy, effective tips for self-care, plus resources for getting help when you need it.
    • Mental Health Resource Guide for College Students: Our all-encompassing guide to college student mental health, including need-to-know info, tips, and resources
    • Ultimate Guide to College Students Mental Health – College is a fun and exciting chapter in life, but it is also a time to learn to handle adult responsibilities, added stress and expectations, and dealing with people whose belief system differs from your own for the first time. Counseling centers on college campuses report an 88 percent increase in those seeking help for mental health issues. In all, anxiety is reported as the most common mental health concern, but other conditions such as depression, bipolar disorder, eating disorders and sleep problems are all highly reported on college campuses.
    • Recognizing Suicidal Behavior:  Suicide is often a taboo subject in society. It is a topic that isn’t spoken about openly or acknowledged to the extent that it should be. There is often shame attached to the families of individuals that commit suicide, and this makes the grieving process even more difficult than it already is. Understanding suicide is an important step in preventing it.
    • 101 Resources for Students Mental Health https://collegeeducated.com/resources/health-wellness-and-resilience/   Students going to college, especially for the first time, often experience loneliness, confusion and even stress. This is especially true since the pandemic. The good news is that there are many placed and organizations available to offer help and assistance. The college years are meant to be fun and exciting, and with the right resources available, student can make the best of these years despite outside forces around them.
    • Understanding and Managing Anxiety: Understanding mental health at university, Managing your mental health and anxiety, Getting help for anxiety, , Helping other students with anxiety, Useful links

Treatment Information

  • Treatment Advocacy Center The Treatment Advocacy Center was founded in 1998 to promote improvements in the treatment of people with severe mental illnesses. Since that time, the organization has grown as a respected independent voice for reforming treatment laws. Since the Treatment Advocacy Center was formed, 19 states have made important changes to their treatment laws and more progress is on the horizon.
  • Dual Diagnosis WebsiteThis site is designed to provide information and resources for service providers, consumers, and family members who are seeking assistance and/or education in this field.
  • Dual Diagnosis Treatment & Information: New Method Wellness – Dual diagnosis treatment is an integrated, coordinated approach to substance abuse and mental health interventions for individuals with co-occurring disorders. This means that multidisciplinary teams of clinicians are working together under one roof to provide client-centered, seamless services ranging from holistic therapy to social skills training with a consistent approach.
  • National Mental Health Consumers’ Self-Help Clearinghouse (The Clearinghouse) – The National Mental Health Consumers’ Self-Help Clearinghouse, the nation’s first national consumer technical assistance center, has played a major role in the development of the mental health consumer movement.
  • American Addiction Centers  Treating Depression with a Co-occurring Substance Abuse Disorder.
  • Co-Occurring Disorders Treatment Guide – Presented by the American Addiction Centers
  • Drug Rehab – Where can you turn for help when you’ve hit the bottom? Thousands of addicts ask themselves this question every day. Damage done by substance abuse — whether through alcohol, prescription pills or illicit drugs — is often enough to destroy everything somebody has worked years to create.  Defines Substance Abuse, Types of Treatment, Rehab Centers, Treatment Success, and How to find Help.
  • Addiction Resource – Raises awareness on the dangers of addiction and helps local communities stay drug-free.
  • American Society of Addiction Medicine – Promotes drug abuse prevention and treatment.
  • Detox finder:   Detox Local not only provides an extensive directory of all available drug and alcohol detox centers that are located near you, Detox Local provides you with comprehensive information on a variety of substances, the detox process involved with each substance as well as the importance of detox from these dangerous substances. Drug and alcohol detox is an essential early step in the recovery process and the information provided by the experienced and empathetic staff at Detox Local can help you or a loved one start on the path to a sober lifestyle.
  • PURPLE – Sleep Guide for Anxiety – This guide covers how anxiety and sleep are interrelated, change with age, and what you can do to improve both.
  • Addiction Rehab Centers – A Different Way to Treat People – Indianapolis Drug Rehab Centers and Alcohol Treatment Programs

  • Drug Rehab & Addiction Treatment in Michigan -The Mitten State is also home to hundreds of men, women and children who misuse drugs and alcohol. Over the years, this fact, combined with the opioid epidemic, has created the need for drug and alcohol rehab centers in Michigan and elsewhere in the country. The state has the 18th highest drug overdose mortality rate in the U.S., and the number of drug overdose deaths tripled from 1999 to 2013. To combat this problem, Michigan drug rehab and alcohol rehab centers are becoming more widespread than in years past. If you’re seeking inpatient or outpatient drug rehab, Michigan and surrounding states offer programs to meet your needs. Toll-free drug and alcohol hotlines are also available, whether you are ready to enroll in a treatment facility or just need a listening ear.
  • Be Free from Alcohol Addiction: Find freedom from Alcohol Addiction -If you or a loved one is struggling with alcohol addiction, you can rely on us to guide you to the best rehabilitation and treatment resources.
  • Find the Best Drug Rehab in MichiganADDICTION INTERVENTION -From 2013 to 2014, Michigan had the 12th-highest illicit drug use rate in the nation. A survey asked Michigan residents if they had used drugs illegally in the month prior. This state ranked 10th in the United States for overall drug use issues during that same period of time.

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