Grandrapids

GENERAL RESOURCES & WEBSITES
 
Alcoholics Anonymous:  http://alcoholics-anonymous.org
Al-Anon Family Groups:  www.al-anonfamilygroups.org
Ala-Teen:   www.al-anon.alateen.org
Ala-Anon Information Services in Michigan: www.al-anon.alateen.org/al-anon-in-michigan
Narcotics Anonymous:  www.na.org
Drug Free America:  www.drugfreeamerica.org
Women for Sobriety:  www.womenforsobriety.org
Smart Recovery:  www.smartrecovery.org
The National Institute on Drug Abuse-National Institute of Health: www.drugabuse.gov
Partnership at Drug Free:  www.drugfree.org
The Recovery Connection:  www.recoveryconnection.org/addiction-recovery-alcohol-abuse
Ingham Substance Abuse Prevention:  www.drugfreeingham.org
Pill Identifier, Drug list/effects:  www.drugs.com
How Drugs Work in the Brain:  www.drugabuse.gov/publications/science-addictin/drugs-brain
Street Drugs-Use symptoms-treatment: www.streetdrugs.org
National Site for Services:  www.samhsa.gov 
 


Services Provider

    
Kent County Health Department
700 Fuller Ave NE
Grand Rapids, Ml 49503 616-632-7100
www.accesskent.com

Network 180
790 Fuller
Grand Rapids, Ml 49505 616-988-6300
www.network180.org

Salvation Army
1235 Fulton St E
Grand Rapids, Ml 49503 616-459-9468
www.sawmni.org

 

Treatment*
    

Arbor Circle
1115 Ball Ave NE
Grand Rapids, Ml 49505
616-459-7215
www.arborcircle.org

Brighton Hospital
12851 Grand River Ave. Brighton, Ml 48116
810-227-1211
www.stiohnprovidence.org/brighton-center-for-recorery


Center for Integrative Medicine
75 Sheldon Blvd SE, #100 Grand Rapids, Ml 49503
616-391-6120

Family Outreach Center
1939 S. Division
Grand Rapids, Ml 49507
616-247-3815
www.focgr.org

Forest View Hospital
1055 Medical Park Dr SE
Grand Rapids, Ml 49546
800-949-8439

Guiding Light Mission
255 S. Division Ave.
Grand Rapids, Ml 49503
616-451-0236
www.lifeonthestreet.org

John Gilmore Rehabilitation Center
1910 Shaffer St.
Kalamazoo, Ml 49048
269-382-9820

Mel Trotter Mission
225 Commerce Ave.
Grand Rapids, Ml 49503
616-454-8249

Pine Rest Christian Mental Health Addiction Services
800-678-5500
www.pinerest.org

Pine Rest Residential Detox
300 681h    Street SE
Grand Rapids, Ml 49548
Unit: 616-456-0858
Intake: 616-258-7500

 

Salvation Army Turning Point
1215  Fulton St E

Grand Rapids, Ml 49503
616-742-0351

Westbrook Recovery Center
3210 Eagle Run Drive NE, #200
Grand Rapids, Ml 49525
616-957-1200
www.westbrookrecovery.com

Western Michigan Teen Challenge
440 Pontaluna Rd.
Muskegon, Ml 49444
Men's Home: 231-798-7927
Women's Home: 231-798-2702

     

Sober Living*   
 
Dawn Farms
6633 Stoney Creek Rd.
Ypsilanti, Ml 48197
734-669-8265

Project Rehab Transitional Housing
220  Eastern Ave SE
·Grand Rapids, Ml 49503

616-776-0891


Randy's House Sober Living for Women
203 E. Washington St.

Greenville, Ml 48838

616-835-9500


Recovery Road LLC

1757 Stilesgate St

SE Grand Rapids, Ml 49508

888-588-0434
www.recoveryroadhomes.org


Touchstone Recovery

1709  Howard St.
Lincoln Park, Ml 48146

734-228-0327
www.touchstonerecoveryhomes.com


     
Programming/Meetings 

   
Alano Club of Kent County

1020 College Ave

NE Grand Rapids, Ml 49503

616-456-5709
www.gralanoclub.org


Families Against Narcotics (FAN)
Check website locations for meetings around the State.
Each location offers information regarding resources available in local communities when contacted.
www.familiesagainstnarcotics.org


Kent County AA
4920 Plainfield Ave NE, #19 (Lower rear)
Grand Rapids, Ml 49525
(Meetings held same place as Alano Club)

616-913-9216


Michigan-NA Organization
(Meetings held same place as Alano Club)
michigan-na.org


 
Counseling*   


Arbor Circle

616-456-7775
www.arborcircle.org

Bethany Christian Services
616-224-7610
www.bethanv.orq

Catholic Charities West Michigan
616-456-1443
www.ccwestmi.org

Forest View
616-942-9610
www.forestviewhospital.com

Leonard Street Counseling
616-954-1991
www.cherryhealth.org

Lutheran Child & Family Services
616-281-4601
www.lcfsmi.org

Proaction Behavioral Health Alliance
616-776-0891
www.proactionalliance.org



Methadone Clinics*
    

Cherry Street Health -
Southside 2303 Kalamazoo Ave
Grand Rapids, Ml 49507
www.cherryhealth.org

Nupoint Services
1620 44th  St SE
Grand Rapid, Ml 49508
616-243-6262

Western Michigan Comprehensive Treatment Center
3584 Fairlanes Ave SW, #2
Grandville, Ml 49418



Safe Use*
  
 
The Red Project
401 Hall St. SE

Grand Rapids, Ml 49507
616-456-9063
www.redproject.org

 

     

Health Insurance 
   
Kent Health Plan 616-726-8204 ext. 4
www.kenthealthplan.org

Network 180 (Medicaid provider for Kent County)
790 Fuller
Grand Rapids, Ml 49505
616-988-6300
www.network180.org


WIC
616-632-7200
www.acesskent.com


Ml Child
616-855-9686
www.healthcare4mi.com


MMAP
Health benefit information & counseling; Medicaid applications

800-803-7174
www.mmapinc.org


Kent County Department of Human Services Medicaid applications
616-248-1000
www.michigan.gov/dhs

Food Bank Resources    
www.foodpantries.org/cilmi-grand_rapids

 

Safe Parenting Time    
Safe Connections - YWCA 25 Sheldon Blvd.

SE Grand Rapids, Ml 49503
616-459-4652 (Business  hours only)


Journies Inc.
528 Bridge St NW, #3

Grand Rapids, Ml 49503

616-774-7002


 
Additional Resources*
 
Intervention America - Recovery Resources
soberliving.interventionamerica.org


Michigan Recovery Resources

www.mirecovery.info


National Institute on Drug Abuse
www.druqabuse.gov


Recovery Allies of West Michigan
www.mirecovery.org


Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)
www.recoverymonth.gov

 

EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES*

Books   

“Dreamland”  by Sam Quinones – an investigative documentary of the epidemic
“Clean” by David Sheff – a medical and scientific explanation of the disease
“How to Go on Living When Someone You Love Dies” by Theresa Rando – a
medical therapy review of the grief process, including due to addiction
“Healing after Loss” by Martha Whitmore Hickman – a daily meditation selection

 

Video

“Chasing the Dragon” by FBI/DEA – a powerful documentary
“Pleasures Unwoven” by Dr. Kevin McCauley
“The Anonymous People” directed by Greg Williams
You-Tube has many professional clips under “Families Against Narcotics"


*Disclaimer-the list is not in any way a FAN endorsement of the facilities and is simply meant to be a list of available resources 



FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
 
What is Drug addiction?
Drug addiction is a complex brain disease. it is characterized by compulsive, at time uncontrollable, drug craving, seeking, and use that persist even in the face of extremely negative consequences. Drug seeking becomes compulsive, in large part as a result of the effects of prolonged drug use on brain functioning and, thus, on behavior. For many people, drug addiction becomes chronic, with relapses possible even after long periods of abstinence. 
 
Who do I call for help?
Community Mental Health provides an excellent starting point for the tri-county region.  Call the Community Mental Health Care Coordination Center at 1-888-230-7629.
 
What will happen when I call?                                                                                                                                                                  
You will be asked a few questions, then an appointment will be scheduled for an initial assessment. Based on the results of that assessment, a recommendation will be made for appropriate treatment. 
 
What if I can't pay?
Services are covered by most major health insurers, including Medicaid. A sliding fee scale is used to ensure that services are affordable and accessible to all families. No one will be denied services due to the lack of financial resources. 
 
What if I don't have transportation to the treatment facility? 

There are options available to help you get here.
 
I am pregnant and need substance abuse treatment.  Can I get help?
Yes. Pregnant women are a priority for treatment and are generally assessed/admitted for treatment within 36 hours. 
 
What services (level of care) are available?
There are several different services, or levels of care. They are listed below:

 

 

Vocabulary


Prevention: Programming directed at individuals who have not been determined to require treatment for substance use disorders. Funded prevention services must be provided in a variety of settings for both the general population and for subgroups who are at risk for substance use disorders. 


Individual/Family Therapy: one-on-one meetings arranged between a clinician and the individual seeking substance use disorder treatment. Family members and significant others may also be in attendance. 
Dual Diagnosis/Co-Occurring Treatment: Treatment services provided to a person by programs and clinicians with competencies in substance use and mental health disorders.

 
Group Therapy: Substance use disorder counseling led by a therapist in a group setting of people dealing with a variety of substance use issues. Group therapy usually includes didactic lectures, therapeutic discussions, and other group activities.


Sub-Acute Detoxification: Medically supervised care provided in a substance use disorder residential setting for the purpose of managing the effects of withdrawal from alcohol or drugs.


Methadone/Other Medication Supported Services: Medication detoxification means the dispensing of drugs in decreasing doses to an individual in order to alleviate adverse physiological or psychological incident to withdrawal from the continuous or sustained use of a narcotic drug. It is also used as a method of bringing the individual to a narcotic-free state within a specified period. The two types of medication detoxification are: (1) short- term detoxification is for less than 30 days; (2) long-term detoxification is for between 30 and 180 days. Methadone maintenance involves the use of methadone as rehabilitation in conjunction with other medical and therapeutic care. It includes outpatient treatment, dispensing of methadone, and medication monitoring. Services must be provided under the supervision of a physician who is licensed to practice medicine in the State of Michigan. 


Residential Treatment: This is a supervised live-in substance use disorder program that includes residential, group, didactic, and peer therapy all within a supportive living environment. There are residential programs specific to men, women, and adolescents. Some women's residential programs allow for the women's children to live with them during treatment. 


Women's Specialty Services: This is gender specific substance use disorder treatment and other therapeutic interventions for priority women which may address issues of relationships, Sexual and Physical abuse parenting, and child care.  Priority women need to meet one or more of the following criteria: pregnant with IV drug use; pregnant, up to 1 year post-par-tum; have children at risk; CPS involvement or threat of CPS action, or IV drug use.


Case Management:  This is service that assist providers in designing and implementing strategies for obtaining services and supports that are goal oriented and individualized and that assist with access to needed health services, financial assistance, housing, employment, education, social services, and other services.
Recovery Supports:  The focus of treatment is shifted from professional-assisted to peer or other-assisted in a less formal community setting.  Services are designed primarily by individuals in recovery in order to help prevent relapse and to promote recovery.


Early Intervention:  A specifically focused treatment program including stage-based intervention for individuals with substance use disorders as identified through screening or assessment process including individuals who may not meet threshold of abuse or dependency. 

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