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Addiction Treatment Guide For Finding Michigan Rehab Centers, Local Resources, and Support

Local Resources & Information for Substance Use and Mental Healthcare for Those Struggling With Drug & Alcohol Addiction in Michigan.

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Community Solutions For Dual Diagnosis, Alcohol Addiction, and Drug Addiction Treatment In Michigan

Protecting the Michiganian way of life is critical to the present and our future, not to mention preserving our history. Our diverse community suffers from a wide range of mental health and substance use-related challenges that plague the wellness of our state. But help is available, and hope is right in our own backyard. 

 Rehabilitation Center Treatment In Michigan

What To Look For When Choosing The Best Residential or Outpatient Rehab In Michigan For Addiction and Dual Diagnosis Treatment

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Additional Community Resources for Mental Health & Substance Abuse Treatment

Our community offers several channels for support and encouragement, including 12-step programs like these.

Dual Diagnosis Anonymous

  • Suffering from a Dual Diagnosis requires dedicated support and treatment for both substance abuse issues and mental health conditions. Find DDA meetings and dedicated co-occurring disorder support near me HERE.

SMART Recovery

  • An international non-profit, SMART is an acronym for Self-Management Recovery Training. Find an evidence-based SMART Recovery meeting near me HERE. They offer both in-person and online options.

Alcoholics Anonymous

  • Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of like-minded peers, each pursuing their journey toward recovery. You can find and join an AA meeting near me HERE.

Narcotics Anonymous

  • Similar to AA, NA is specific to substance use disorder sufferers dependent on prescription painkillers, opioids, or other illicit substances. Join a local support group and find an NA meeting near me HERE.

Narcan Classes and Overdose Prevention Training

  • Narcan is a life-saving medication that can rapidly reverse a drug overdose. Find Narcan training near me HERE.

Local Stats You Need to Know

High rates of opioid addiction in metropolitan areas like Detroit, Lansing, and Kalamazoo may be partly due to over-prescribing of painkillers. In 2021, over 6.6 million opioid prescriptions were dispensed throughout the state of Michigan and over 1.2 million in Wayne County alone.[1]

In the year 2020, 2,738 individuals died from a drug overdose in Michigan, and of those deaths, 79% involved opioid use. It was also reported that over 1.4 million people over the age of 12 in Michigan had consumed an illicit substance within the past month.[2]

Michigan’s Emergency Medical Services (EMS) reported seeing an increased methamphetamine use from 2019 numbers into 2021. Additionally, fentanyl contributed to over 60% of methamphetamine-related deaths in the first half of 2022.[3]

Help For Mental Health and Addiction In MI

If you or a loved one are struggling with dual diagnosis or addiction, there is hope, and it is here. Call today to learn more about the first step in your recovery journey.

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Options to Pay for Treatment in Michigan

Many health insurance carriers will cover all or part of drug rehab and dual diagnosis treatment. Here is a list of providers that have pre-negotiated coverage with Recovery Unplugged:

  • Aetna
  • Blue Cross Blue Shield
  • Cigna
  • Magellan
  • Humana
  • Bright Health

In addition to conventional payment options, look into grants and funding from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), Medicare or Medicaid, the Affordable Care Act, and special coverage offered by the Dept. of Veterans Affairs.

Frequently Asked Questions About Attending Rehab In Michigan

How do you help a person who has an addiction?

If a loved one is struggling with a drug or alcohol addiction and has been diagnosed with a dual diagnosis, it's important to provide effective support. Stay educated on relevant topics and point them in the direction of practical resources. Don't enable harmful behaviors or habits and help them get the professional help they need.

What is considered the most effective treatment for substance abuse?

Blending holistic medication-assisted therapy with mental health and behavioral therapies is the most effective treatment plan for dual-diagnosis sufferers and substance abuse.

What are some red flags of substance abuse and dependence?

Someone who's suffering from physical or psychological dependence on prescription medications, alcohol, or illicit substances May exhibit one or more of the following warning signs:

  • Risky behavior
  • Chronic flu-like symptoms
  • An inability to function without the substance
  • Sudden weight fluctuation
  • Bloodshot eyes
  • Dilated pupils
  • Unexplained Financial trouble
  • Irritability
  • Increased anxiety or depression

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Other Nearby Locations

Emergency Services for Addiction In Michigan

Harper University Hospital

3990 John R St, Detroit, MI 48201


Open 24 Hours

Henry Ford Hospital

2799 W Grand Blvd, Detroit, MI 48202


Open 24 hours

Transitional Stability Centre – Crisis & Mental Wellness Centre

4201 St Antoine, Detroit, MI 48201


Open 24 hours

Detroit Police Department

1301 3rd Ave, Detroit, MI 48226

313-596-2200 or 911

Detroit Fire Department

435 W Alexandrine St, Detroit, MI 48201


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[1]Ellen. (2018, September 26). Michigan Substance Use Disorder. Opioid prescriptions dispensed. Data Repository. Retrieved from https://mi-suddr.com/blog/2018/09/26/opioid-prescriptions-written/ May 2, 2023

[2]G. Whitmer. August 31 2022 overdose Awareness Day. SOM - State of Michigan. (n.d.). Retrieved from https://www.michigan.gov/whitmer/news/proclamations/2022/08/31/august-31-2022-overdose-awareness-day on May 2, 2023

[3]SOM | State of Michigan. (n.d.).Methampheta mine use and overdose trends - michigan.gov. Retrieved from https://www.michigan.gov/opioids/-/media/Project/Websites/opioids/documents/Methamphetamine-Use-and-Overdose-Trends-Michigan-20192022.pdf on May 2, 2023