Treatment and Recovery

Resources for getting treatment, care and support in dealing with addictions.

 

 

Oakland County Access Offices (OCHN) A website for local help in Oakland County: Oakland Community Health Network Service Information

 

 

Hope Not Handcuffs

Hope Not Handcuffs is an initiative started by Families Against Narcotics (FAN), aimed at bringing law enforcement and community organizations together in an effort to find viable treatment options for individuals seeking help to reduce dependency with heroin, prescription drugs, and alcohol. It is a solution.

A person struggling with any drug addiction can come to any of the participating police agencies and ask for help. They will be greeted with support, compassion and respect. If accepted into the program, the individual will be guided through a brief intake process to ensure proper treatment placement.

More information: https://www.familiesagainstnarcotics.org/hopenothandcuffs

 

 

Common Ground: Common Ground is a 24-hour crisis services agency dedicated to helping youths, adults, and families in crisis. Through our crisis line and in person, we provide professional and compassionate service to more than 80,000 people each year.

https://commongroundhelps.org/          

 

 

River Church Recovery: A faith based approach to addiction recovery

http://theriverchurch.cc/grow/recovery.php

 

 

Families Against Narcotics: Families Against Narcotics (FAN) is a community based program for those seeking recovery, those in recovery, family members affected by addiction and community supporters. FAN seeks to change the face of addiction, dispel the stigma of addiction, and educate the community as well as those affected by addiction.

https://www.familiesagainstnarcotics.org/

 

 

Brighton Hospital/Brighton Center for Recovery: Ascension Brighton Center for Recovery treats with compassion, dignity, and excellence everyone who comes to us for help with drug or alcohol dependence.

 

https://healthcare.ascension.org/Locations/Michigan/MIDET/Brighton-Ascension-Brighton-Center-for-Recovery

 

 

Alcoholics Anonymous: Alcoholics Anonymous is an international fellowship of men and women who have had a drinking problem. It is nonprofessional, self-supporting, multiracial, apolitical, and available almost everywhere. There are no age or education requirements. Membership is open to anyone who wants to do something about his or her drinking problem.

https://www.aa.org/pages/en_US/find-aa-resources

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