Residential Treatment Centers in Michigan

  • Foundations Detroit

    We provide integrated treatment targeted to individuals with co-occurring addiction and mental health concerns, drawing both Michiganders and those from across the country.

    View Profile Royal Oak, MI 48067
  • Skywood Recovery

    Skywood is an exemplary place that fosters healing through staff and peer support and a restorative environment. At Skywood, our purpose is to create lifetime relationships for long-term recovery.

    View Profile Augusta, MI 49012
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  • Sanctuary Treatment Center

    Sanctuary helps women with addiction issues improve their physical, spiritual, psychological, and emotional health. Our multidisciplinary team provides specialized holistic treatment which helps women heal while developing love, self-confidence, and strength.

    1-800-803-0635 ext. 00348 View Profile Encino, CA 91436
  • Gulf Breeze Recovery

    Gulf Breeze Recovery overlooks the water in Pensacola Beach in Florida. We offer a non-12-step program. Instead, we help our guests identify how their addictions began so they can break free without the use of sponsors or weekly meetings.

    1-800-803-0635 ext. 00172 View Profile Gulf Breeze, FL 32561
  • Talbott Recovery Dunwoody

    Talbott Recovery has two private substance abuse treatment centers in metro Atlanta and one in Columbus, Georgia offering compassionate and effective rehab treatment for patients and their families.

    1-800-803-0635 ext. 00370 View Profile Atlanta, GA 30349
  • The Springboard Center

    Let us launch you into recovery with our full-service residential treatment(including medically-supervised detox) program, stand-alone Intensive Out Patient and 6 different sober living environments for both men and women. Most major insurances accepted.

    1-800-803-0635 ext. 00353 View Profile Midland, TX 79705
  • Cornerstone of Southern California

    We have been treating addictions since 1984 and offer 20 Licensed and Certified Residential Recovery Homes and an Intensive Outpatient Program. We offer a full continuum of care including Medically Assisted Detox, Extended Care, Monitored Residential, Day Treatment, Sober Living and Family Programs.

    1-800-803-0635 ext. 00161 View Profile Santa Ana, CA 92705
  • Diablo Valley Drug and Alcohol Services

    Powered by Science, Driven by Compassion, we use the most proven tools in a client centered practice to provide the best chance for you to succeed THIS TIME. Board certified in Addiction Medicine and Emergency Medicine with 3 year CARF certification and CA state certified.

    1-800-803-0635 ext. 00310 View Profile San Ramon, CA 94583
  • New England Center for Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

    We have helped thousands of individuals and families overcome behavioral health challenges. In 2016, we were Nationally recognized by the AMHCA for Clinical Practices. MD, Hospitals, and other Professionals turn to us for our experience and expertise in CBT treatment. Call us if you need help!

    1-800-803-0635 ext. 00345 View Profile Glastonbury, CT 06033
  • Wellness Resource Center

    Wellness Resource Center offers a full continuum of care for individuals aged 18 and older who are suffering from substance abuse concerns and co-occurring mental health conditions. Here, men and women can receive the treatment needed to help them discover a renewed life of health and vitality.

    1-800-803-0635 ext. 00319 View Profile Boca Raton, FL 33487

Trying to Find the Right Rehab Center in Michigan for You?

Individuals experiencing the effects of chronic mental health issues may benefit from the treatment programs available at a residential treatment center, or rehab center. These inpatient treatment facilities offer 24-hour care from trained mental health and medical care staff. There may also be options for outpatient treatment if a person is not able to access a live-in care facility.

At these mental health facilities, those who arrive for treatment are viewed differently than they might be in many other treatment programs—each resident is viewed as a unique individual capable of meaningful change. After a comprehensive evaluation, most centers will develop an individualized treatment plan to best facilitate healing and recovery. Treatment plans may include group or individual therapy, psychiatric sessions, and family and community integration strategies to aid in the healing process.

Though many rehabilitation centers are best known for addressing substance dependency and addiction recovery issues, many specialized treatment programs work with other mental health concerns such as depression, compulsive behavior, and schizophrenia.

Mental Health Care in Michigan

The 2013 Well-Being Index, which is developed and published by Gallup–Healthways, ranked Michigan in the fifth quintile for life evaluation (43rd) and work environment (44th). The state was listed in the fourth quintile for physical health (35th) and healthy behaviors (36th), but ranked 25th in the category of emotional heath. Michigan earned an overall well-being score of over 65 (out of 100 points), and an overall ranking of 37 out of states.

When evaluated across 15 mental health care measures, the state was ranked 41st in the country by Mental Health America's (MHA) 2014 survey, suggesting a relatively high prevalence of mental health issues and low rates of access to care. According to MHA scores, Michigan was listed in 48th position in the “need ranking”, indicating a high statewide need for mental health services. At more than 4%, Michigan has one of the highest rates of adults with serious thoughts of suicide.

Michigan Census Information

To get the best treatment, sometimes it’s necessary to relocate temporarily or even permanently. Before moving to a state, it can be helpful to learn more about its census data. At present, almost 10 million people inhabit the state of Michigan. Minors make up 23% of the population, and people over the age of 65 comprise an additional 15%. Nearly 17% of people in the state live in poverty, and the median household income is $48,400. Roughly 80% of the population is white, 14% is black, 3% is Asian, and 1% is American Indian or Alaska Native.



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