Aerosmith frontman and Recovery Unplugged ally Steven Tyler has canceled a portion of the band's Las Vegas residency to prioritize his decades-long recovery as he reenters treatment. A statement on Aerosmith’s Instagram page shed more light on Tyler’s decision to seek…
MICHIGAN REHAB CENTER: FINDING ADDICTION TREATMENT NEAR THE GREAT LAKES STATE
Drug overdose fatalities exceed deaths from car crashes in Michigan, but you don’t have to become a casualty of the state’s substance abuse culture. Learn how you or your loved one can find addiction rehab near Michigan, what to look for and how to get started.
Call Now (855) 384-5794
HOW DO I KNOW I NEED HELP?
Michigan rehab centers, as well as those across the country, are filled with people who never admitted they had a problem until something serious or life-changing happened. Maybe you experienced a “close-call” overdose. Maybe you got fired from your job. Maybe you’re facing legal issues. Maybe you’ve become estranged from your family. Knowing the signs can help:
Shakes or Tremors
Taking a prescription drug after it’s no longer needed for a health problem
Inability to stop using drugs or drinking, even if you want to
Lying, stealing and manipulation to be able to use
Aggression and indignation when confronted about drinking or drug use
CALL 24/7 TO BEGIN TREATMENT
WHAT TO LOOK FOR IN A MICHIGAN REHAB CENTER
There are dozens of rehab centers in Michigan or near the state, and it can be hard to distinguish one from the other during your search. When you’re researching rehab centers in Michigan, here are some things to look for:
MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES
Addiction is often associated with an underlying mental health issue, like depression, anxiety, trauma, bipolar disorder, eating disorder or something else. Ask the admissions representative you talk to if their staff is equipped to deal with your specific acute or chronic mental health issue.
MEDICALLY SUPERVISED DETOXIFICATION
Detox is the process by which the body is purged of toxins gathered through prolonged drug and alcohol use. While detox is a fundamental component of treatment, many rehab centers in Michigan will not offer it or even the possibility of coordination with a nearby hospital.
Choose a rehab center that offers an experienced team of doctors, nurses, therapists and mental health professionals. Check the staff section of their website to get an idea of what their care team can offer.
Find out what sort of accreditations your facility has, such as from organizations like JCAHO, CARF or their designated state agencies. This will give you peace of mind and a baseline assurance of quality.
TYPES OF REHAB OFFERED
There are many different types of rehab, and it helps to know that the facility you’re considering can accommodate you. You may need in-depth care at an inpatient or residential rehab center, or you may just need a more flexible outpatient option.
Look for reviews online and alumni testimonials of others’ experiences. Sometimes the best way to find out about a rehab center is by listening to others who have been there.
PAYING FOR REHAB IN MICHIGAN
It’s a fact of life that there’s a cost for quality addiction treatment, whether it’s a rehab center in Michigan or any other state. Addiction rehab is a complex behavioral health practice and should be handled by qualified professionals.
Fortunately, if you have insurance, your treatment may be totally or partially covered, so there’s little to no cost out of pocket. Find out if any rehab you’re considering is in-network with your insurance or at least takes your plan. If they’re in-network, that means the facility offers pre-negotiated partnerships with your insurance provider to keep costs down.
Blue Cross Blue Shield
VISITING A LOVED ONE IN A MICHIGAN REHAB CENTER
If you’re visiting a loved one in a residential Michigan rehab center, or you’re getting help and being visited by family, there will likely be set and established times when you’re allowed to see one another. Treatment days are generally structured to help focus on care and recovery. When you’re not visiting with your loved one, Michigan offers a variety of amazing attractions you can experience during your stay. Some of these attractions include:
Sleeping Bear Dunes
Detroit Institute of Arts
The Henry Ford
Belle Isle Park
Michigan also has some of the nation’s best restaurants and inviting places to stay. Whether you’re in Dearborn, Detroit, Traverse City, Kalamazoo or anywhere else, there are plenty of things to do as you reconnect with your loved one. These attractions will not only offer a once-in-a-lifetime experience; they will also offer some respite and relaxation from the often emotionally charged situation of visiting a loved one in addiction treatment.
TAKE THE NEXT STEP TO YOUR NEW LIFE
THE BIG PICTURE: ALCOHOL AND DRUG ADDICTION IN MICHIGAN
If you or a loved one needs addiction rehab in Michigan, you’re not alone. Between high rates of opioid addiction in areas like Detroit, Lansing and Kalamazoo; alcohol abuse in Ann Arbor and other college towns; and other factors, like cocaine and meth, addiction is battling its own distinct epidemic of substance use. State data indicates that in 2018 alone, there were:
Deaths from Drug Overdoses
Deaths from Opioid Overdoses
Deaths from Synthetic Narcotic Overdoses
Deaths from Heroin Overdoses
You don’t have to become a casualty of Michigan’s addiction crisis. Get the help you need today.
Michigan REHAB SUPPORT SERVICES
Each person’s treatment and recovery needs are unique. You may need different levels of support while you’re getting clean. Some of the ancillary services you may need in recovery include:
Work on rebuilding your family relationships while in treatment by integrating them into the latter part of your program during our Family Weekend.Read more
EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM
Recovery Unplugged works with companies all over the country to provide education and treatment resources for workplace substance abuse.Read more
Helping families guide their loved one toward substance abuse treatment and collectively heal. We offer intervention services throughout where you are and around the country.Read more
COURT LIAISON SERVICES
If you or a loved one is facing legal issues related to your active substance abuse, we may be able to help you navigate the drug court system in your area and opt for treatment over incarceration.Read more
SUPPORTIVE ALUMNI COMMUNITY
Get support and insights from others who have gotten help at Recovery Unplugged. Our alumni community offers opportunities for connection through social media, as well as fun events and parties.Read more
Recovery Unplugged offers comprehensive dual-diagnosis care to help you address co-occurring addiction and mental illness simultaneously. Programs are built for your clinical and lifestyle needs.Read more
RECOVERY UNPLUGGED OFFERS TREATMENT NEAR MICHIGAN AND ANYWHERE IN THE COUNTRY
If you live in Michigan and need quality addiction rehab, Recovery Unplugged is prepared to arrange travel to any of our facilities across the country. You’re never more than a quick plane ride to one of our facilities, and we offer all levels of care to help you guide you or your loved one toward lasting recovery. Recovery Unplugged is in-network with most major insurance companies, offers pet-friendly residential rehab and provides specialized LGBTQ+ addiction treatment. We’re prepared to help you take your life back from substance use, no matter where you may live. Call us now to get the help you need.
ADDITIONAL MICHIGAN RESOURCES AND SUPPORT
Michigan offers a variety of unique and unforgettable cultural experiences, but it also continues to battle a substance abuse climate of its own. Whether you’re seeking addiction treatment in Michigan for yourself or a loved one, it’s helpful to get a full picture of the city’s community and environment, as well as what resources are available to you in the area.
It can be hard to admit that you need medication for a mental health issue. For all the progress that’s been made toward destigmatizing mood disorders, there’s still a negative perception toward those who take medications for mental illness that…