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Substance Use, Problem Gambling, or Mental Health

Click a county name (or Detroit) in the list or map below for contact information to access publicly funded substance use disorder treatment, problem gambling counseling, and mental health counseling; and contact info for assessments or classes required due to a substance use related traffic offense.
 
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Community Mental Health Services Homepage

Alcona County
Substance Use Treatment Services:
Access Center
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-834-3393
The above Access Management System (AMS) agency will answer questions regarding alcohol and drug use, and discuss options for those needing treatment services. If services are determined to be appropriate, the agency will assist callers in choosing a provider that meets their needs, and will make the necessary referral. Providers charge on a sliding-fee scale based on income and insurance.
 
Before choosing a treatment program for you, or someone you care about, you may wish to refer to A Quick Guide to Finding Effective Alcohol and Drug Addiction Treatment. Also, the following guide notes five important questions to ask when searching for a treatment program and explains what research suggests is most effective: Seeking Drug Abuse Treatment: Know What to Ask.

Click for list of Methadone Assisted Treatment Programs in Michigan.
 
Services to Meet Secretary of State/Court Requirements:
Assessment and Class Providers
    Assessments/Classes in Alcona County
Contact information with notations as to whether agencies provide Assessments and/or Classes needed to fulfill driver's license reinstatement requirements due to impaired driving/substance use traffic offenses.
 
Problem Gambling Treatment Services:
Problem Gambling Help-line
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-270-7117
Strictly confidential, counselors provide immediate help to address issues related to problem gambling, including screening services and referrals to treatment providers or support groups. Click for problem gambling treatment providers in Alcona.
 
Mental Health Services:
Northeast Michigan CMH Authority
    Phone:   During Office Hours 800-968-1964, After Hours Crisis 800-442-7315         TDD/TTY:  989-354-4956 or TDD: 888-836-6282
Mental health and developmental disability services are delivered through county-based community mental health services programs (CMHSPs), which contract public funds for services. Medicaid funds, which are paid on a per Medicaid-eligible capitated basis, are contracted with CMHSPs, or their affiliations, as Prepaid Inpatient Health Plans (PIHPs).
 
Peer-Run Drop-In Centers provide an informal, supportive environment to assist clients with mental illness in the recovery process. Click to see if there's a Drop-In Center in Alcona.
 
For guardianship questions, contact CMHSP Customer Service, call: 989-356-2161
 
 

Alger County
Substance Use Treatment Services:
NorthCare Substance Abuse CDR
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-305-6564
The above Access Management System (AMS) agency will answer questions regarding alcohol and drug use, and discuss options for those needing treatment services. If services are determined to be appropriate, the agency will assist callers in choosing a provider that meets their needs, and will make the necessary referral. Providers charge on a sliding-fee scale based on income and insurance.
 
Before choosing a treatment program for you, or someone you care about, you may wish to refer to A Quick Guide to Finding Effective Alcohol and Drug Addiction Treatment. Also, the following guide notes five important questions to ask when searching for a treatment program and explains what research suggests is most effective: Seeking Drug Abuse Treatment: Know What to Ask.

Click for list of Methadone Assisted Treatment Programs in Michigan.
 
Services to Meet Secretary of State/Court Requirements:
Assessment and Class Providers
    Assessments/Classes in Alger County
Contact information with notations as to whether agencies provide Assessments and/or Classes needed to fulfill driver's license reinstatement requirements due to impaired driving/substance use traffic offenses.
 
Problem Gambling Treatment Services:
Problem Gambling Help-line
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-270-7117
Strictly confidential, counselors provide immediate help to address issues related to problem gambling, including screening services and referrals to treatment providers or support groups. Click for problem gambling treatment providers in Alger.
 
Mental Health Services:
Pathways
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   888-728-4929         TDD/TTY:  800-649-3777
Mental health and developmental disability services are delivered through county-based community mental health services programs (CMHSPs), which contract public funds for services. Medicaid funds, which are paid on a per Medicaid-eligible capitated basis, are contracted with CMHSPs, or their affiliations, as Prepaid Inpatient Health Plans (PIHPs).
 
Peer-Run Drop-In Centers provide an informal, supportive environment to assist clients with mental illness in the recovery process. Click to see if there's a Drop-In Center in Alger.
 
For guardianship questions, contact CMHSP Customer Service, call: 906-225-7357 or 888-728-4929
 
 

Allegan County
Substance Use Treatment Services:
Lakeshore Coordinating Council Customer Service
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-749-7720 or 616-846-4662
The above Access Management System (AMS) agency will answer questions regarding alcohol and drug use, and discuss options for those needing treatment services. If services are determined to be appropriate, the agency will assist callers in choosing a provider that meets their needs, and will make the necessary referral. Providers charge on a sliding-fee scale based on income and insurance.
 
Before choosing a treatment program for you, or someone you care about, you may wish to refer to A Quick Guide to Finding Effective Alcohol and Drug Addiction Treatment. Also, the following guide notes five important questions to ask when searching for a treatment program and explains what research suggests is most effective: Seeking Drug Abuse Treatment: Know What to Ask.

Click for list of Methadone Assisted Treatment Programs in Michigan.
 
Services to Meet Secretary of State/Court Requirements:
Assessment and Class Providers
    Assessments/Classes in Allegan County
Contact information with notations as to whether agencies provide Assessments and/or Classes needed to fulfill driver's license reinstatement requirements due to impaired driving/substance use traffic offenses.
 
Problem Gambling Treatment Services:
Problem Gambling Help-line
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-270-7117
Strictly confidential, counselors provide immediate help to address issues related to problem gambling, including screening services and referrals to treatment providers or support groups. Click for problem gambling treatment providers in Allegan.
 
Mental Health Services:
Allegan County CMH Services
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   269-673-6617 or 800-795-6617         TDD/TTY:  269-686-5216
Mental health and developmental disability services are delivered through county-based community mental health services programs (CMHSPs), which contract public funds for services. Medicaid funds, which are paid on a per Medicaid-eligible capitated basis, are contracted with CMHSPs, or their affiliations, as Prepaid Inpatient Health Plans (PIHPs).
 
Peer-Run Drop-In Centers provide an informal, supportive environment to assist clients with mental illness in the recovery process. Click to see if there's a Drop-In Center in Allegan.
 
For guardianship questions, contact CMHSP Customer Service, call: 269-686-5124 or 877-608-3568
 
 

Alpena County
Substance Use Treatment Services:
Access Center
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-834-3393
The above Access Management System (AMS) agency will answer questions regarding alcohol and drug use, and discuss options for those needing treatment services. If services are determined to be appropriate, the agency will assist callers in choosing a provider that meets their needs, and will make the necessary referral. Providers charge on a sliding-fee scale based on income and insurance.
 
Before choosing a treatment program for you, or someone you care about, you may wish to refer to A Quick Guide to Finding Effective Alcohol and Drug Addiction Treatment. Also, the following guide notes five important questions to ask when searching for a treatment program and explains what research suggests is most effective: Seeking Drug Abuse Treatment: Know What to Ask.

Click for list of Methadone Assisted Treatment Programs in Michigan.
 
Services to Meet Secretary of State/Court Requirements:
Assessment and Class Providers
    Assessments/Classes in Alpena County
Contact information with notations as to whether agencies provide Assessments and/or Classes needed to fulfill driver's license reinstatement requirements due to impaired driving/substance use traffic offenses.
 
Problem Gambling Treatment Services:
Problem Gambling Help-line
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-270-7117
Strictly confidential, counselors provide immediate help to address issues related to problem gambling, including screening services and referrals to treatment providers or support groups. Click for problem gambling treatment providers in Alpena.
 
Mental Health Services:
Northeast Michigan CMH Authority
    Phone:   During Office Hours 800-968-1964, After Hours Crisis 800-442-7315         TDD/TTY:  989-354-4956 or TDD: 888-836-6282
Mental health and developmental disability services are delivered through county-based community mental health services programs (CMHSPs), which contract public funds for services. Medicaid funds, which are paid on a per Medicaid-eligible capitated basis, are contracted with CMHSPs, or their affiliations, as Prepaid Inpatient Health Plans (PIHPs).
 
Peer-Run Drop-In Centers provide an informal, supportive environment to assist clients with mental illness in the recovery process. Click to see if there's a Drop-In Center in Alpena.
 
For guardianship questions, contact CMHSP Customer Service, call: 989-356-2161
 
 

Antrim County
Substance Use Treatment Services:
Access Center
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-834-3393
The above Access Management System (AMS) agency will answer questions regarding alcohol and drug use, and discuss options for those needing treatment services. If services are determined to be appropriate, the agency will assist callers in choosing a provider that meets their needs, and will make the necessary referral. Providers charge on a sliding-fee scale based on income and insurance.
 
Before choosing a treatment program for you, or someone you care about, you may wish to refer to A Quick Guide to Finding Effective Alcohol and Drug Addiction Treatment. Also, the following guide notes five important questions to ask when searching for a treatment program and explains what research suggests is most effective: Seeking Drug Abuse Treatment: Know What to Ask.

Click for list of Methadone Assisted Treatment Programs in Michigan.
 
Services to Meet Secretary of State/Court Requirements:
Assessment and Class Providers
    Assessments/Classes in Antrim County
Contact information with notations as to whether agencies provide Assessments and/or Classes needed to fulfill driver's license reinstatement requirements due to impaired driving/substance use traffic offenses.
 
Problem Gambling Treatment Services:
Problem Gambling Help-line
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-270-7117
Strictly confidential, counselors provide immediate help to address issues related to problem gambling, including screening services and referrals to treatment providers or support groups. Click for problem gambling treatment providers in Antrim.
 
Mental Health Services:
North Country CMH
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-442-7315         TDD/TTY:  231-922-4800
Mental health and developmental disability services are delivered through county-based community mental health services programs (CMHSPs), which contract public funds for services. Medicaid funds, which are paid on a per Medicaid-eligible capitated basis, are contracted with CMHSPs, or their affiliations, as Prepaid Inpatient Health Plans (PIHPs).
 
Peer-Run Drop-In Centers provide an informal, supportive environment to assist clients with mental illness in the recovery process. Click to see if there's a Drop-In Center in Antrim.
 
For guardianship questions, contact CMHSP Customer Service, call: 231-347-7890 or 800-281-0481
 
 

Arenac County
Substance Use Treatment Services:
Access Alliance of Michigan
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-448-5498
The above Access Management System (AMS) agency will answer questions regarding alcohol and drug use, and discuss options for those needing treatment services. If services are determined to be appropriate, the agency will assist callers in choosing a provider that meets their needs, and will make the necessary referral. Providers charge on a sliding-fee scale based on income and insurance.
 
Before choosing a treatment program for you, or someone you care about, you may wish to refer to A Quick Guide to Finding Effective Alcohol and Drug Addiction Treatment. Also, the following guide notes five important questions to ask when searching for a treatment program and explains what research suggests is most effective: Seeking Drug Abuse Treatment: Know What to Ask.

Click for list of Methadone Assisted Treatment Programs in Michigan.
 
Services to Meet Secretary of State/Court Requirements:
Assessment and Class Providers
    Assessments/Classes in Arenac County
Contact information with notations as to whether agencies provide Assessments and/or Classes needed to fulfill driver's license reinstatement requirements due to impaired driving/substance use traffic offenses.
 
Problem Gambling Treatment Services:
Problem Gambling Help-line
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-270-7117
Strictly confidential, counselors provide immediate help to address issues related to problem gambling, including screening services and referrals to treatment providers or support groups. Click for problem gambling treatment providers in Arenac.
 
Mental Health Services:
Bay-Arenac Behavioral Health
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   989-895-2300 or 800-327-4693         TDD/TTY:  989-895-2300
Mental health and developmental disability services are delivered through county-based community mental health services programs (CMHSPs), which contract public funds for services. Medicaid funds, which are paid on a per Medicaid-eligible capitated basis, are contracted with CMHSPs, or their affiliations, as Prepaid Inpatient Health Plans (PIHPs).
 
Peer-Run Drop-In Centers provide an informal, supportive environment to assist clients with mental illness in the recovery process. Click to see if there's a Drop-In Center in Arenac.
 
For guardianship questions, contact CMHSP Customer Service, call: 989-497-1302 or 888-482-8269
 
 

Baraga County
Substance Use Treatment Services:
Coordinating Agency Assessment Services
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-305-6564
The above Access Management System (AMS) agency will answer questions regarding alcohol and drug use, and discuss options for those needing treatment services. If services are determined to be appropriate, the agency will assist callers in choosing a provider that meets their needs, and will make the necessary referral. Providers charge on a sliding-fee scale based on income and insurance.
 
Before choosing a treatment program for you, or someone you care about, you may wish to refer to A Quick Guide to Finding Effective Alcohol and Drug Addiction Treatment. Also, the following guide notes five important questions to ask when searching for a treatment program and explains what research suggests is most effective: Seeking Drug Abuse Treatment: Know What to Ask.

Click for list of Methadone Assisted Treatment Programs in Michigan.
 
Services to Meet Secretary of State/Court Requirements:
Assessment and Class Providers
    Assessments/Classes in Baraga County
Contact information with notations as to whether agencies provide Assessments and/or Classes needed to fulfill driver's license reinstatement requirements due to impaired driving/substance use traffic offenses.
 
Problem Gambling Treatment Services:
Problem Gambling Help-line
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-270-7117
Strictly confidential, counselors provide immediate help to address issues related to problem gambling, including screening services and referrals to treatment providers or support groups. Click for problem gambling treatment providers in Baraga.
 
Mental Health Services:
Copper Country CMH Services
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   906-482-4357 or 800-562-7622         TDD/TTY:  906-482-8037
Mental health and developmental disability services are delivered through county-based community mental health services programs (CMHSPs), which contract public funds for services. Medicaid funds, which are paid on a per Medicaid-eligible capitated basis, are contracted with CMHSPs, or their affiliations, as Prepaid Inpatient Health Plans (PIHPs).
 
Peer-Run Drop-In Centers provide an informal, supportive environment to assist clients with mental illness in the recovery process. Click to see if there's a Drop-In Center in Baraga.
 
For guardianship questions, contact CMHSP Customer Service, call: 906-482-9400 ext 120
 
 

Barry County
Substance Use Treatment Services:
Southwest Michigan Behavioral Health
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-781-0353
The above Access Management System (AMS) agency will answer questions regarding alcohol and drug use, and discuss options for those needing treatment services. If services are determined to be appropriate, the agency will assist callers in choosing a provider that meets their needs, and will make the necessary referral. Providers charge on a sliding-fee scale based on income and insurance.
 
Before choosing a treatment program for you, or someone you care about, you may wish to refer to A Quick Guide to Finding Effective Alcohol and Drug Addiction Treatment. Also, the following guide notes five important questions to ask when searching for a treatment program and explains what research suggests is most effective: Seeking Drug Abuse Treatment: Know What to Ask.

Click for list of Methadone Assisted Treatment Programs in Michigan.
 
Services to Meet Secretary of State/Court Requirements:
Assessment and Class Providers
    Assessments/Classes in Barry County
Contact information with notations as to whether agencies provide Assessments and/or Classes needed to fulfill driver's license reinstatement requirements due to impaired driving/substance use traffic offenses.
 
Problem Gambling Treatment Services:
Problem Gambling Help-line
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-270-7117
Strictly confidential, counselors provide immediate help to address issues related to problem gambling, including screening services and referrals to treatment providers or support groups. Click for problem gambling treatment providers in Barry.
 
Mental Health Services:
Barry County CMH Authority
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   269-948-8041         TDD/TTY:  269-948-8041
Mental health and developmental disability services are delivered through county-based community mental health services programs (CMHSPs), which contract public funds for services. Medicaid funds, which are paid on a per Medicaid-eligible capitated basis, are contracted with CMHSPs, or their affiliations, as Prepaid Inpatient Health Plans (PIHPs).
 
Peer-Run Drop-In Centers provide an informal, supportive environment to assist clients with mental illness in the recovery process. Click to see if there's a Drop-In Center in Barry.
 
For guardianship questions, contact CMHSP Customer Service, call: 269-948-8041
 
 

Bay County
Substance Use Treatment Services:
Access Alliance of Michigan
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-448-5498
The above Access Management System (AMS) agency will answer questions regarding alcohol and drug use, and discuss options for those needing treatment services. If services are determined to be appropriate, the agency will assist callers in choosing a provider that meets their needs, and will make the necessary referral. Providers charge on a sliding-fee scale based on income and insurance.
 
Before choosing a treatment program for you, or someone you care about, you may wish to refer to A Quick Guide to Finding Effective Alcohol and Drug Addiction Treatment. Also, the following guide notes five important questions to ask when searching for a treatment program and explains what research suggests is most effective: Seeking Drug Abuse Treatment: Know What to Ask.

Click for list of Methadone Assisted Treatment Programs in Michigan.
 
Services to Meet Secretary of State/Court Requirements:
Assessment and Class Providers
    Assessments/Classes in Bay County
Contact information with notations as to whether agencies provide Assessments and/or Classes needed to fulfill driver's license reinstatement requirements due to impaired driving/substance use traffic offenses.
 
Problem Gambling Treatment Services:
Problem Gambling Help-line
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-270-7117
Strictly confidential, counselors provide immediate help to address issues related to problem gambling, including screening services and referrals to treatment providers or support groups. Click for problem gambling treatment providers in Bay.
 
Mental Health Services:
Bay-Arenac Behavioral Health
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   989-895-2300 or 800-327-4693         TDD/TTY:  989-895-2300
Mental health and developmental disability services are delivered through county-based community mental health services programs (CMHSPs), which contract public funds for services. Medicaid funds, which are paid on a per Medicaid-eligible capitated basis, are contracted with CMHSPs, or their affiliations, as Prepaid Inpatient Health Plans (PIHPs).
 
Peer-Run Drop-In Centers provide an informal, supportive environment to assist clients with mental illness in the recovery process. Click to see if there's a Drop-In Center in Bay.
 
For guardianship questions, contact CMHSP Customer Service, call: 989-497-1302 or 888-482-8269
 
 

Benzie County
Substance Use Treatment Services:
Access Center
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-834-3393
The above Access Management System (AMS) agency will answer questions regarding alcohol and drug use, and discuss options for those needing treatment services. If services are determined to be appropriate, the agency will assist callers in choosing a provider that meets their needs, and will make the necessary referral. Providers charge on a sliding-fee scale based on income and insurance.
 
Before choosing a treatment program for you, or someone you care about, you may wish to refer to A Quick Guide to Finding Effective Alcohol and Drug Addiction Treatment. Also, the following guide notes five important questions to ask when searching for a treatment program and explains what research suggests is most effective: Seeking Drug Abuse Treatment: Know What to Ask.

Click for list of Methadone Assisted Treatment Programs in Michigan.
 
Services to Meet Secretary of State/Court Requirements:
Assessment and Class Providers
    Assessments/Classes in Benzie County
Contact information with notations as to whether agencies provide Assessments and/or Classes needed to fulfill driver's license reinstatement requirements due to impaired driving/substance use traffic offenses.
 
Problem Gambling Treatment Services:
Problem Gambling Help-line
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-270-7117
Strictly confidential, counselors provide immediate help to address issues related to problem gambling, including screening services and referrals to treatment providers or support groups. Click for problem gambling treatment providers in Benzie.
 
Mental Health Services:
Manistee-Benzie CMH
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   877-398-2013
Mental health and developmental disability services are delivered through county-based community mental health services programs (CMHSPs), which contract public funds for services. Medicaid funds, which are paid on a per Medicaid-eligible capitated basis, are contracted with CMHSPs, or their affiliations, as Prepaid Inpatient Health Plans (PIHPs).
 
Peer-Run Drop-In Centers provide an informal, supportive environment to assist clients with mental illness in the recovery process. Click to see if there's a Drop-In Center in Benzie.
 
For guardianship questions, contact CMHSP Customer Service, call: 231-882-2182
 
 

Berrien County
Substance Use Treatment Services:
Southwest Michigan Behavioral Health
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-781-0353
The above Access Management System (AMS) agency will answer questions regarding alcohol and drug use, and discuss options for those needing treatment services. If services are determined to be appropriate, the agency will assist callers in choosing a provider that meets their needs, and will make the necessary referral. Providers charge on a sliding-fee scale based on income and insurance.
 
Before choosing a treatment program for you, or someone you care about, you may wish to refer to A Quick Guide to Finding Effective Alcohol and Drug Addiction Treatment. Also, the following guide notes five important questions to ask when searching for a treatment program and explains what research suggests is most effective: Seeking Drug Abuse Treatment: Know What to Ask.

Click for list of Methadone Assisted Treatment Programs in Michigan.
 
Services to Meet Secretary of State/Court Requirements:
Assessment and Class Providers
    Assessments/Classes in Berrien County
Contact information with notations as to whether agencies provide Assessments and/or Classes needed to fulfill driver's license reinstatement requirements due to impaired driving/substance use traffic offenses.
 
Problem Gambling Treatment Services:
Problem Gambling Help-line
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-270-7117
Strictly confidential, counselors provide immediate help to address issues related to problem gambling, including screening services and referrals to treatment providers or support groups. Click for problem gambling treatment providers in Berrien.
 
Mental Health Services:
Berrien Mental Health Authority
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   269-925-0585 or 800-336-0341         TDD/TTY:  269-925-6746, TTY/Suicide: 800-799-488-9800
Mental health and developmental disability services are delivered through county-based community mental health services programs (CMHSPs), which contract public funds for services. Medicaid funds, which are paid on a per Medicaid-eligible capitated basis, are contracted with CMHSPs, or their affiliations, as Prepaid Inpatient Health Plans (PIHPs).
 
Peer-Run Drop-In Centers provide an informal, supportive environment to assist clients with mental illness in the recovery process. Click to see if there's a Drop-In Center in Berrien.
 
For guardianship questions, contact CMHSP Customer Service, call: 269-934-1658
 
 

Branch County
Substance Use Treatment Services:
Southwest Michigan Behavioral Health
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-781-0353
The above Access Management System (AMS) agency will answer questions regarding alcohol and drug use, and discuss options for those needing treatment services. If services are determined to be appropriate, the agency will assist callers in choosing a provider that meets their needs, and will make the necessary referral. Providers charge on a sliding-fee scale based on income and insurance.
 
Before choosing a treatment program for you, or someone you care about, you may wish to refer to A Quick Guide to Finding Effective Alcohol and Drug Addiction Treatment. Also, the following guide notes five important questions to ask when searching for a treatment program and explains what research suggests is most effective: Seeking Drug Abuse Treatment: Know What to Ask.

Click for list of Methadone Assisted Treatment Programs in Michigan.
 
Services to Meet Secretary of State/Court Requirements:
Assessment and Class Providers
    Assessments/Classes in Branch County
Contact information with notations as to whether agencies provide Assessments and/or Classes needed to fulfill driver's license reinstatement requirements due to impaired driving/substance use traffic offenses.
 
Problem Gambling Treatment Services:
Problem Gambling Help-line
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-270-7117
Strictly confidential, counselors provide immediate help to address issues related to problem gambling, including screening services and referrals to treatment providers or support groups. Click for problem gambling treatment providers in Branch.
 
Mental Health Services:
Pines Behavioral Health Services
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   888-725-7534
Mental health and developmental disability services are delivered through county-based community mental health services programs (CMHSPs), which contract public funds for services. Medicaid funds, which are paid on a per Medicaid-eligible capitated basis, are contracted with CMHSPs, or their affiliations, as Prepaid Inpatient Health Plans (PIHPs).
 
Peer-Run Drop-In Centers provide an informal, supportive environment to assist clients with mental illness in the recovery process. Click to see if there's a Drop-In Center in Branch.
 
For guardianship questions, contact CMHSP Customer Service, call: 866-877-4636
 
 

Calhoun County
Substance Use Treatment Services:
Southwest Michigan Behavioral Health
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-781-0353
The above Access Management System (AMS) agency will answer questions regarding alcohol and drug use, and discuss options for those needing treatment services. If services are determined to be appropriate, the agency will assist callers in choosing a provider that meets their needs, and will make the necessary referral. Providers charge on a sliding-fee scale based on income and insurance.
 
Before choosing a treatment program for you, or someone you care about, you may wish to refer to A Quick Guide to Finding Effective Alcohol and Drug Addiction Treatment. Also, the following guide notes five important questions to ask when searching for a treatment program and explains what research suggests is most effective: Seeking Drug Abuse Treatment: Know What to Ask.

Click for list of Methadone Assisted Treatment Programs in Michigan.
 
Services to Meet Secretary of State/Court Requirements:
Assessment and Class Providers
    Assessments/Classes in Calhoun County
Contact information with notations as to whether agencies provide Assessments and/or Classes needed to fulfill driver's license reinstatement requirements due to impaired driving/substance use traffic offenses.
 
Problem Gambling Treatment Services:
Problem Gambling Help-line
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-270-7117
Strictly confidential, counselors provide immediate help to address issues related to problem gambling, including screening services and referrals to treatment providers or support groups. Click for problem gambling treatment providers in Calhoun.
 
Mental Health Services:
Summit Pointe CMH
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-632-5449         TDD/TTY:  269-966-2890
Mental health and developmental disability services are delivered through county-based community mental health services programs (CMHSPs), which contract public funds for services. Medicaid funds, which are paid on a per Medicaid-eligible capitated basis, are contracted with CMHSPs, or their affiliations, as Prepaid Inpatient Health Plans (PIHPs).
 
Peer-Run Drop-In Centers provide an informal, supportive environment to assist clients with mental illness in the recovery process. Click to see if there's a Drop-In Center in Calhoun.
 
For guardianship questions, contact CMHSP Customer Service, call: 269-966-1460 ext.1264
 
 

Cass County
Substance Use Treatment Services:
Southwest Michigan Behavioral Health
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-781-0353
The above Access Management System (AMS) agency will answer questions regarding alcohol and drug use, and discuss options for those needing treatment services. If services are determined to be appropriate, the agency will assist callers in choosing a provider that meets their needs, and will make the necessary referral. Providers charge on a sliding-fee scale based on income and insurance.
 
Before choosing a treatment program for you, or someone you care about, you may wish to refer to A Quick Guide to Finding Effective Alcohol and Drug Addiction Treatment. Also, the following guide notes five important questions to ask when searching for a treatment program and explains what research suggests is most effective: Seeking Drug Abuse Treatment: Know What to Ask.

Click for list of Methadone Assisted Treatment Programs in Michigan.
 
Services to Meet Secretary of State/Court Requirements:
Assessment and Class Providers
    Assessments/Classes in Cass County
Contact information with notations as to whether agencies provide Assessments and/or Classes needed to fulfill driver's license reinstatement requirements due to impaired driving/substance use traffic offenses.
 
Problem Gambling Treatment Services:
Problem Gambling Help-line
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-270-7117
Strictly confidential, counselors provide immediate help to address issues related to problem gambling, including screening services and referrals to treatment providers or support groups. Click for problem gambling treatment providers in Cass.
 
Mental Health Services:
Cass County CMH Authority, dba Woodlands Behavioral Healthcare Network
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-323-0335         TDD/TTY:  269-445-2451
Mental health and developmental disability services are delivered through county-based community mental health services programs (CMHSPs), which contract public funds for services. Medicaid funds, which are paid on a per Medicaid-eligible capitated basis, are contracted with CMHSPs, or their affiliations, as Prepaid Inpatient Health Plans (PIHPs).
 
Peer-Run Drop-In Centers provide an informal, supportive environment to assist clients with mental illness in the recovery process. Click to see if there's a Drop-In Center in Cass.
 
For guardianship questions, contact CMHSP Customer Service, call: 269-445-2451
 
 

Charlevoix County
Substance Use Treatment Services:
Access Center
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)  800-834-3393
The above Access Management System (AMS) agency will answer questions regarding alcohol and drug use, and discuss options for those needing treatment services. If services are determined to be appropriate, the agency will assist callers in choosing a provider that meets their needs, and will make the necessary referral. Providers charge on a sliding-fee scale based on income and insurance.
 
Before choosing a treatment program for you, or someone you care about, you may wish to refer to A Quick Guide to Finding Effective Alcohol and Drug Addiction Treatment. Also, the following guide notes five important questions to ask when searching for a treatment program and explains what research suggests is most effective: Seeking Drug Abuse Treatment: Know What to Ask.

Click for list of Methadone Assisted Treatment Programs in Michigan.
 
Services to Meet Secretary of State/Court Requirements:
Assessment and Class Providers
    Assessments/Classes in Charlevoix County
Contact information with notations as to whether agencies provide Assessments and/or Classes needed to fulfill driver's license reinstatement requirements due to impaired driving/substance use traffic offenses.
 
Problem Gambling Treatment Services:
Problem Gambling Help-line
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-270-7117
Strictly confidential, counselors provide immediate help to address issues related to problem gambling, including screening services and referrals to treatment providers or support groups. Click for problem gambling treatment providers in Charlevoix.
 
Mental Health Services:
North Country CMH
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-442-7315         TDD/TTY:  231-922-4800
Mental health and developmental disability services are delivered through county-based community mental health services programs (CMHSPs), which contract public funds for services. Medicaid funds, which are paid on a per Medicaid-eligible capitated basis, are contracted with CMHSPs, or their affiliations, as Prepaid Inpatient Health Plans (PIHPs).
 
Peer-Run Drop-In Centers provide an informal, supportive environment to assist clients with mental illness in the recovery process. Click to see if there's a Drop-In Center in Charlevoix.
 
For guardianship questions, contact CMHSP Customer Service, call: 231-347-7890 or 800-281-0481
 
 

Cheboygan County
Substance Use Treatment Services:
Access Center
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-834-3393
The above Access Management System (AMS) agency will answer questions regarding alcohol and drug use, and discuss options for those needing treatment services. If services are determined to be appropriate, the agency will assist callers in choosing a provider that meets their needs, and will make the necessary referral. Providers charge on a sliding-fee scale based on income and insurance.
 
Before choosing a treatment program for you, or someone you care about, you may wish to refer to A Quick Guide to Finding Effective Alcohol and Drug Addiction Treatment. Also, the following guide notes five important questions to ask when searching for a treatment program and explains what research suggests is most effective: Seeking Drug Abuse Treatment: Know What to Ask.

Click for list of Methadone Assisted Treatment Programs in Michigan.
 
Services to Meet Secretary of State/Court Requirements:
Assessment and Class Providers
    Assessments/Classes in Cheboygan County
Contact information with notations as to whether agencies provide Assessments and/or Classes needed to fulfill driver's license reinstatement requirements due to impaired driving/substance use traffic offenses.
 
Problem Gambling Treatment Services:
Problem Gambling Help-line
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-270-7117
Strictly confidential, counselors provide immediate help to address issues related to problem gambling, including screening services and referrals to treatment providers or support groups. Click for problem gambling treatment providers in Cheboygan.
 
Mental Health Services:
North Country CMH
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-442-7315         TDD/TTY:  231-922-4800
Mental health and developmental disability services are delivered through county-based community mental health services programs (CMHSPs), which contract public funds for services. Medicaid funds, which are paid on a per Medicaid-eligible capitated basis, are contracted with CMHSPs, or their affiliations, as Prepaid Inpatient Health Plans (PIHPs).
 
Peer-Run Drop-In Centers provide an informal, supportive environment to assist clients with mental illness in the recovery process. Click to see if there's a Drop-In Center in Cheboygan.
 
For guardianship questions, contact CMHSP Customer Service, call: 231-347-7890 or 800-281-0481
 
 

Chippewa County
Substance Use Treatment Services:
NorthCare Substance Abuse CDR
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-305-6564
The above Access Management System (AMS) agency will answer questions regarding alcohol and drug use, and discuss options for those needing treatment services. If services are determined to be appropriate, the agency will assist callers in choosing a provider that meets their needs, and will make the necessary referral. Providers charge on a sliding-fee scale based on income and insurance.
 
Before choosing a treatment program for you, or someone you care about, you may wish to refer to A Quick Guide to Finding Effective Alcohol and Drug Addiction Treatment. Also, the following guide notes five important questions to ask when searching for a treatment program and explains what research suggests is most effective: Seeking Drug Abuse Treatment: Know What to Ask.

Click for list of Methadone Assisted Treatment Programs in Michigan.
 
Services to Meet Secretary of State/Court Requirements:
Assessment and Class Providers
    Assessments/Classes in Chippewa County
Contact information with notations as to whether agencies provide Assessments and/or Classes needed to fulfill driver's license reinstatement requirements due to impaired driving/substance use traffic offenses.
 
Problem Gambling Treatment Services:
Problem Gambling Help-line
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-270-7117
Strictly confidential, counselors provide immediate help to address issues related to problem gambling, including screening services and referrals to treatment providers or support groups. Click for problem gambling treatment providers in Chippewa.
 
Mental Health Services:
Hiawatha Behavioral Health
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   906-341-2144 or 800-839-9443         TDD/TTY:  906-632-5539
Mental health and developmental disability services are delivered through county-based community mental health services programs (CMHSPs), which contract public funds for services. Medicaid funds, which are paid on a per Medicaid-eligible capitated basis, are contracted with CMHSPs, or their affiliations, as Prepaid Inpatient Health Plans (PIHPs).
 
Peer-Run Drop-In Centers provide an informal, supportive environment to assist clients with mental illness in the recovery process. Click to see if there's a Drop-In Center in Chippewa.
 
For guardianship questions, contact CMHSP Customer Service, call: 906-635-3713 or 800-839-9443
 
 

Clare County
Substance Use Treatment Services:
Access Center
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-448-5498
The above Access Management System (AMS) agency will answer questions regarding alcohol and drug use, and discuss options for those needing treatment services. If services are determined to be appropriate, the agency will assist callers in choosing a provider that meets their needs, and will make the necessary referral. Providers charge on a sliding-fee scale based on income and insurance.
 
Before choosing a treatment program for you, or someone you care about, you may wish to refer to A Quick Guide to Finding Effective Alcohol and Drug Addiction Treatment. Also, the following guide notes five important questions to ask when searching for a treatment program and explains what research suggests is most effective: Seeking Drug Abuse Treatment: Know What to Ask.

Click for list of Methadone Assisted Treatment Programs in Michigan.
 
Services to Meet Secretary of State/Court Requirements:
Assessment and Class Providers
    Assessments/Classes in Clare County
Contact information with notations as to whether agencies provide Assessments and/or Classes needed to fulfill driver's license reinstatement requirements due to impaired driving/substance use traffic offenses.
 
Problem Gambling Treatment Services:
Problem Gambling Help-line
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-270-7117
Strictly confidential, counselors provide immediate help to address issues related to problem gambling, including screening services and referrals to treatment providers or support groups. Click for problem gambling treatment providers in Clare.
 
Mental Health Services:
CMH for Central Michigan
    Phone:   During Office Hours 989-772-5938         TDD/TTY:  989-773-2890
Mental health and developmental disability services are delivered through county-based community mental health services programs (CMHSPs), which contract public funds for services. Medicaid funds, which are paid on a per Medicaid-eligible capitated basis, are contracted with CMHSPs, or their affiliations, as Prepaid Inpatient Health Plans (PIHPs).
 
Peer-Run Drop-In Centers provide an informal, supportive environment to assist clients with mental illness in the recovery process. Click to see if there's a Drop-In Center in Clare.
 
For guardianship questions, contact CMHSP Customer Service, call: 989-772-5938 or 800-317-0708
 
 

Clinton County
Substance Use Treatment Services:
Care Coordination Center
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   888-230-7629
The above Access Management System (AMS) agency will answer questions regarding alcohol and drug use, and discuss options for those needing treatment services. If services are determined to be appropriate, the agency will assist callers in choosing a provider that meets their needs, and will make the necessary referral. Providers charge on a sliding-fee scale based on income and insurance.
 
Before choosing a treatment program for you, or someone you care about, you may wish to refer to A Quick Guide to Finding Effective Alcohol and Drug Addiction Treatment. Also, the following guide notes five important questions to ask when searching for a treatment program and explains what research suggests is most effective: Seeking Drug Abuse Treatment: Know What to Ask.

Click for list of Methadone Assisted Treatment Programs in Michigan.
 
Services to Meet Secretary of State/Court Requirements:
Assessment and Class Providers
    Assessments/Classes in Clinton County
Contact information with notations as to whether agencies provide Assessments and/or Classes needed to fulfill driver's license reinstatement requirements due to impaired driving/substance use traffic offenses.
 
Problem Gambling Treatment Services:
Problem Gambling Help-line
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-270-7117
Strictly confidential, counselors provide immediate help to address issues related to problem gambling, including screening services and referrals to treatment providers or support groups. Click for problem gambling treatment providers in Clinton.
 
Mental Health Services:
CMH Authority of Clinton-Eaton-Ingham Counties
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-372-8460         TDD/TTY:  517-374-7037
Mental health and developmental disability services are delivered through county-based community mental health services programs (CMHSPs), which contract public funds for services. Medicaid funds, which are paid on a per Medicaid-eligible capitated basis, are contracted with CMHSPs, or their affiliations, as Prepaid Inpatient Health Plans (PIHPs).
 
Peer-Run Drop-In Centers provide an informal, supportive environment to assist clients with mental illness in the recovery process. Click to see if there's a Drop-In Center in Clinton.
 
For guardianship questions, contact CMHSP Customer Service, call: 517-346-8244 or 877-333-8933
 
 

Crawford County
Substance Use Treatment Services:
Access Center
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-834-3393
The above Access Management System (AMS) agency will answer questions regarding alcohol and drug use, and discuss options for those needing treatment services. If services are determined to be appropriate, the agency will assist callers in choosing a provider that meets their needs, and will make the necessary referral. Providers charge on a sliding-fee scale based on income and insurance.
 
Before choosing a treatment program for you, or someone you care about, you may wish to refer to A Quick Guide to Finding Effective Alcohol and Drug Addiction Treatment. Also, the following guide notes five important questions to ask when searching for a treatment program and explains what research suggests is most effective: Seeking Drug Abuse Treatment: Know What to Ask.

Click for list of Methadone Assisted Treatment Programs in Michigan.
 
Services to Meet Secretary of State/Court Requirements:
Assessment and Class Providers
    Assessments/Classes in Crawford County
Contact information with notations as to whether agencies provide Assessments and/or Classes needed to fulfill driver's license reinstatement requirements due to impaired driving/substance use traffic offenses.
 
Problem Gambling Treatment Services:
Problem Gambling Help-line
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-270-7117
Strictly confidential, counselors provide immediate help to address issues related to problem gambling, including screening services and referrals to treatment providers or support groups. Click for problem gambling treatment providers in Crawford.
 
Mental Health Services:
Northern Lakes CMH Authority
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   231-922-4802         TDD/TTY:  231-935-3871 or 231-876-3281
Mental health and developmental disability services are delivered through county-based community mental health services programs (CMHSPs), which contract public funds for services. Medicaid funds, which are paid on a per Medicaid-eligible capitated basis, are contracted with CMHSPs, or their affiliations, as Prepaid Inpatient Health Plans (PIHPs).
 
Peer-Run Drop-In Centers provide an informal, supportive environment to assist clients with mental illness in the recovery process. Click to see if there's a Drop-In Center in Crawford.
 
For guardianship questions, contact CMHSP Customer Service, call: 231-876-3246 or 800-337-8598
 
 

Delta County
Substance Use Treatment Services:
NorthCare Substance Abuse CDR
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-305-6564
The above Access Management System (AMS) agency will answer questions regarding alcohol and drug use, and discuss options for those needing treatment services. If services are determined to be appropriate, the agency will assist callers in choosing a provider that meets their needs, and will make the necessary referral. Providers charge on a sliding-fee scale based on income and insurance.
 
Before choosing a treatment program for you, or someone you care about, you may wish to refer to A Quick Guide to Finding Effective Alcohol and Drug Addiction Treatment. Also, the following guide notes five important questions to ask when searching for a treatment program and explains what research suggests is most effective: Seeking Drug Abuse Treatment: Know What to Ask.

Click for list of Methadone Assisted Treatment Programs in Michigan.
 
Services to Meet Secretary of State/Court Requirements:
Assessment and Class Providers
    Assessments/Classes in Delta County
Contact information with notations as to whether agencies provide Assessments and/or Classes needed to fulfill driver's license reinstatement requirements due to impaired driving/substance use traffic offenses.
 
Problem Gambling Treatment Services:
Problem Gambling Help-line
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-270-7117
Strictly confidential, counselors provide immediate help to address issues related to problem gambling, including screening services and referrals to treatment providers or support groups. Click for problem gambling treatment providers in Delta.
 
Mental Health Services:
Pathways
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   888-728-4929         TDD/TTY:  800-649-3777
Mental health and developmental disability services are delivered through county-based community mental health services programs (CMHSPs), which contract public funds for services. Medicaid funds, which are paid on a per Medicaid-eligible capitated basis, are contracted with CMHSPs, or their affiliations, as Prepaid Inpatient Health Plans (PIHPs).
 
Peer-Run Drop-In Centers provide an informal, supportive environment to assist clients with mental illness in the recovery process. Click to see if there's a Drop-In Center in Delta.
 
For guardianship questions, contact CMHSP Customer Service, call: 906-225-7357 or 888-728-4929
 
 

Dickinson County
Substance Use Treatment Services:
Coordinating Agency Assessment Services
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   888-779-0095
The above Access Management System (AMS) agency will answer questions regarding alcohol and drug use, and discuss options for those needing treatment services. If services are determined to be appropriate, the agency will assist callers in choosing a provider that meets their needs, and will make the necessary referral. Providers charge on a sliding-fee scale based on income and insurance.
 
Before choosing a treatment program for you, or someone you care about, you may wish to refer to A Quick Guide to Finding Effective Alcohol and Drug Addiction Treatment. Also, the following guide notes five important questions to ask when searching for a treatment program and explains what research suggests is most effective: Seeking Drug Abuse Treatment: Know What to Ask.

Click for list of Methadone Assisted Treatment Programs in Michigan.
 
Services to Meet Secretary of State/Court Requirements:
Assessment and Class Providers
    Assessments/Classes in Dickinson County
Contact information with notations as to whether agencies provide Assessments and/or Classes needed to fulfill driver's license reinstatement requirements due to impaired driving/substance use traffic offenses.
 
Problem Gambling Treatment Services:
Problem Gambling Help-line
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-270-7117
Strictly confidential, counselors provide immediate help to address issues related to problem gambling, including screening services and referrals to treatment providers or support groups. Click for problem gambling treatment providers in Dickinson.
 
Mental Health Services:
Northpointe Behavioral Healthcare Systems
    Phone:   During Office Hours 906-774-0522         TDD/TTY:  800-649-3777
Mental health and developmental disability services are delivered through county-based community mental health services programs (CMHSPs), which contract public funds for services. Medicaid funds, which are paid on a per Medicaid-eligible capitated basis, are contracted with CMHSPs, or their affiliations, as Prepaid Inpatient Health Plans (PIHPs).
 
Peer-Run Drop-In Centers provide an informal, supportive environment to assist clients with mental illness in the recovery process. Click to see if there's a Drop-In Center in Dickinson.
 
For guardianship questions, contact CMHSP Customer Service, call: 906-779-0556
 
 

Eaton County
Substance Use Treatment Services:
Care Coordination Center
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   888-230-7629
The above Access Management System (AMS) agency will answer questions regarding alcohol and drug use, and discuss options for those needing treatment services. If services are determined to be appropriate, the agency will assist callers in choosing a provider that meets their needs, and will make the necessary referral. Providers charge on a sliding-fee scale based on income and insurance.
 
Before choosing a treatment program for you, or someone you care about, you may wish to refer to A Quick Guide to Finding Effective Alcohol and Drug Addiction Treatment. Also, the following guide notes five important questions to ask when searching for a treatment program and explains what research suggests is most effective: Seeking Drug Abuse Treatment: Know What to Ask.

Click for list of Methadone Assisted Treatment Programs in Michigan.
 
Services to Meet Secretary of State/Court Requirements:
Assessment and Class Providers
    Assessments/Classes in Eaton County
Contact information with notations as to whether agencies provide Assessments and/or Classes needed to fulfill driver's license reinstatement requirements due to impaired driving/substance use traffic offenses.
 
Problem Gambling Treatment Services:
Problem Gambling Help-line
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-270-7117
Strictly confidential, counselors provide immediate help to address issues related to problem gambling, including screening services and referrals to treatment providers or support groups. Click for problem gambling treatment providers in Eaton.
 
Mental Health Services:
CMH Authority of Clinton-Eaton-Ingham Counties
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-372-8460         TDD/TTY:  517-374-7037
Mental health and developmental disability services are delivered through county-based community mental health services programs (CMHSPs), which contract public funds for services. Medicaid funds, which are paid on a per Medicaid-eligible capitated basis, are contracted with CMHSPs, or their affiliations, as Prepaid Inpatient Health Plans (PIHPs).
 
Peer-Run Drop-In Centers provide an informal, supportive environment to assist clients with mental illness in the recovery process. Click to see if there's a Drop-In Center in Eaton.
 
For guardianship questions, contact CMHSP Customer Service, call: 517-346-8244 or 877-333-8933
 
 

Emmet County
Substance Use Treatment Services:
Access Center
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-834-3393
The above Access Management System (AMS) agency will answer questions regarding alcohol and drug use, and discuss options for those needing treatment services. If services are determined to be appropriate, the agency will assist callers in choosing a provider that meets their needs, and will make the necessary referral. Providers charge on a sliding-fee scale based on income and insurance.
 
Before choosing a treatment program for you, or someone you care about, you may wish to refer to A Quick Guide to Finding Effective Alcohol and Drug Addiction Treatment. Also, the following guide notes five important questions to ask when searching for a treatment program and explains what research suggests is most effective: Seeking Drug Abuse Treatment: Know What to Ask.

Click for list of Methadone Assisted Treatment Programs in Michigan.
 
Services to Meet Secretary of State/Court Requirements:
Assessment and Class Providers
    Assessments/Classes in Emmet County
Contact information with notations as to whether agencies provide Assessments and/or Classes needed to fulfill driver's license reinstatement requirements due to impaired driving/substance use traffic offenses.
 
Problem Gambling Treatment Services:
Problem Gambling Help-line
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-270-7117
Strictly confidential, counselors provide immediate help to address issues related to problem gambling, including screening services and referrals to treatment providers or support groups. Click for problem gambling treatment providers in Emmet.
 
Mental Health Services:
North Country CMH
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-442-7315         TDD/TTY:  231-922-4800
Mental health and developmental disability services are delivered through county-based community mental health services programs (CMHSPs), which contract public funds for services. Medicaid funds, which are paid on a per Medicaid-eligible capitated basis, are contracted with CMHSPs, or their affiliations, as Prepaid Inpatient Health Plans (PIHPs).
 
Peer-Run Drop-In Centers provide an informal, supportive environment to assist clients with mental illness in the recovery process. Click to see if there's a Drop-In Center in Emmet.
 
For guardianship questions, contact CMHSP Customer Service, call: 231-347-7890 or 800-281-0481
 
 

Genesee County
Substance Use Treatment Services:
Genesee Health System
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   810-257-3740 or toll free: 877-346-3648
The above Access Management System (AMS) agency will answer questions regarding alcohol and drug use, and discuss options for those needing treatment services. If services are determined to be appropriate, the agency will assist callers in choosing a provider that meets their needs, and will make the necessary referral. Providers charge on a sliding-fee scale based on income and insurance.
 
Before choosing a treatment program for you, or someone you care about, you may wish to refer to A Quick Guide to Finding Effective Alcohol and Drug Addiction Treatment. Also, the following guide notes five important questions to ask when searching for a treatment program and explains what research suggests is most effective: Seeking Drug Abuse Treatment: Know What to Ask.

Click for list of Methadone Assisted Treatment Programs in Michigan.
 
Services to Meet Secretary of State/Court Requirements:
Assessment and Class Providers
    Assessments/Classes in Genesee County
Contact information with notations as to whether agencies provide Assessments and/or Classes needed to fulfill driver's license reinstatement requirements due to impaired driving/substance use traffic offenses.
 
Problem Gambling Treatment Services:
Problem Gambling Help-line
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-270-7117
Strictly confidential, counselors provide immediate help to address issues related to problem gambling, including screening services and referrals to treatment providers or support groups. Click for problem gambling treatment providers in Genesee.
 
Mental Health Services:
Genesee Health System
    Phone:   During Office Hours 810-257-3705         TDD/TTY:  810-257-1346
Mental health and developmental disability services are delivered through county-based community mental health services programs (CMHSPs), which contract public funds for services. Medicaid funds, which are paid on a per Medicaid-eligible capitated basis, are contracted with CMHSPs, or their affiliations, as Prepaid Inpatient Health Plans (PIHPs).
 
Peer-Run Drop-In Centers provide an informal, supportive environment to assist clients with mental illness in the recovery process. Click to see if there's a Drop-In Center in Genesee.
 
For guardianship questions, contact CMHSP Customer Service, call: 810-257-3705
 
 

Gladwin County
Substance Use Treatment Services:
Access Center
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-448-5498
The above Access Management System (AMS) agency will answer questions regarding alcohol and drug use, and discuss options for those needing treatment services. If services are determined to be appropriate, the agency will assist callers in choosing a provider that meets their needs, and will make the necessary referral. Providers charge on a sliding-fee scale based on income and insurance.
 
Before choosing a treatment program for you, or someone you care about, you may wish to refer to A Quick Guide to Finding Effective Alcohol and Drug Addiction Treatment. Also, the following guide notes five important questions to ask when searching for a treatment program and explains what research suggests is most effective: Seeking Drug Abuse Treatment: Know What to Ask.

Click for list of Methadone Assisted Treatment Programs in Michigan.
 
Services to Meet Secretary of State/Court Requirements:
Assessment and Class Providers
    Assessments/Classes in Gladwin County
Contact information with notations as to whether agencies provide Assessments and/or Classes needed to fulfill driver's license reinstatement requirements due to impaired driving/substance use traffic offenses.
 
Problem Gambling Treatment Services:
Problem Gambling Help-line
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-270-7117
Strictly confidential, counselors provide immediate help to address issues related to problem gambling, including screening services and referrals to treatment providers or support groups. Click for problem gambling treatment providers in Gladwin.
 
Mental Health Services:
CMH for Central Michigan
    Phone:   During Office Hours 989-772-5938         TDD/TTY:  989-773-2890
Mental health and developmental disability services are delivered through county-based community mental health services programs (CMHSPs), which contract public funds for services. Medicaid funds, which are paid on a per Medicaid-eligible capitated basis, are contracted with CMHSPs, or their affiliations, as Prepaid Inpatient Health Plans (PIHPs).
 
Peer-Run Drop-In Centers provide an informal, supportive environment to assist clients with mental illness in the recovery process. Click to see if there's a Drop-In Center in Gladwin.
 
For guardianship questions, contact CMHSP Customer Service, call: 989-772-5938 or 800-317-0708
 
 

Gogebic County
Substance Use Treatment Services:
Coordinating Agency Assessment Services
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-305-6564
The above Access Management System (AMS) agency will answer questions regarding alcohol and drug use, and discuss options for those needing treatment services. If services are determined to be appropriate, the agency will assist callers in choosing a provider that meets their needs, and will make the necessary referral. Providers charge on a sliding-fee scale based on income and insurance.
 
Before choosing a treatment program for you, or someone you care about, you may wish to refer to A Quick Guide to Finding Effective Alcohol and Drug Addiction Treatment. Also, the following guide notes five important questions to ask when searching for a treatment program and explains what research suggests is most effective: Seeking Drug Abuse Treatment: Know What to Ask.

Click for list of Methadone Assisted Treatment Programs in Michigan.
 
Services to Meet Secretary of State/Court Requirements:
Assessment and Class Providers
    Assessments/Classes in Gogebic County
Contact information with notations as to whether agencies provide Assessments and/or Classes needed to fulfill driver's license reinstatement requirements due to impaired driving/substance use traffic offenses.
 
Problem Gambling Treatment Services:
Problem Gambling Help-line
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-270-7117
Strictly confidential, counselors provide immediate help to address issues related to problem gambling, including screening services and referrals to treatment providers or support groups. Click for problem gambling treatment providers in Gogebic.
 
Mental Health Services:
Gogebic CMH Authority
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-348-0032         TDD/TTY:  906-229-6120
Mental health and developmental disability services are delivered through county-based community mental health services programs (CMHSPs), which contract public funds for services. Medicaid funds, which are paid on a per Medicaid-eligible capitated basis, are contracted with CMHSPs, or their affiliations, as Prepaid Inpatient Health Plans (PIHPs).
 
Peer-Run Drop-In Centers provide an informal, supportive environment to assist clients with mental illness in the recovery process. Click to see if there's a Drop-In Center in Gogebic.
 
For guardianship questions, contact CMHSP Customer Service, call: 906-229-6100
 
 

Grand Traverse County
Substance Use Treatment Services:
Access Center
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-834-3393
The above Access Management System (AMS) agency will answer questions regarding alcohol and drug use, and discuss options for those needing treatment services. If services are determined to be appropriate, the agency will assist callers in choosing a provider that meets their needs, and will make the necessary referral. Providers charge on a sliding-fee scale based on income and insurance.
 
Before choosing a treatment program for you, or someone you care about, you may wish to refer to A Quick Guide to Finding Effective Alcohol and Drug Addiction Treatment. Also, the following guide notes five important questions to ask when searching for a treatment program and explains what research suggests is most effective: Seeking Drug Abuse Treatment: Know What to Ask.

Click for list of Methadone Assisted Treatment Programs in Michigan.
 
Services to Meet Secretary of State/Court Requirements:
Assessment and Class Providers
    Assessments/Classes in Grand Traverse County
Contact information with notations as to whether agencies provide Assessments and/or Classes needed to fulfill driver's license reinstatement requirements due to impaired driving/substance use traffic offenses.
 
Problem Gambling Treatment Services:
Problem Gambling Help-line
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-270-7117
Strictly confidential, counselors provide immediate help to address issues related to problem gambling, including screening services and referrals to treatment providers or support groups. Click for problem gambling treatment providers in Grand Traverse.
 
Mental Health Services:
Northern Lakes CMH Authority
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   231-922-4802         TDD/TTY:  231-935-3871 or 231-876-3281
Mental health and developmental disability services are delivered through county-based community mental health services programs (CMHSPs), which contract public funds for services. Medicaid funds, which are paid on a per Medicaid-eligible capitated basis, are contracted with CMHSPs, or their affiliations, as Prepaid Inpatient Health Plans (PIHPs).
 
Peer-Run Drop-In Centers provide an informal, supportive environment to assist clients with mental illness in the recovery process. Click to see if there's a Drop-In Center in Grand Traverse.
 
For guardianship questions, contact CMHSP Customer Service, call: 231-876-3246 or 800-337-8598
 
 

Gratiot County
Substance Use Treatment Services:
Care Coordination Center
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   888-230-7629
The above Access Management System (AMS) agency will answer questions regarding alcohol and drug use, and discuss options for those needing treatment services. If services are determined to be appropriate, the agency will assist callers in choosing a provider that meets their needs, and will make the necessary referral. Providers charge on a sliding-fee scale based on income and insurance.
 
Before choosing a treatment program for you, or someone you care about, you may wish to refer to A Quick Guide to Finding Effective Alcohol and Drug Addiction Treatment. Also, the following guide notes five important questions to ask when searching for a treatment program and explains what research suggests is most effective: Seeking Drug Abuse Treatment: Know What to Ask.

Click for list of Methadone Assisted Treatment Programs in Michigan.
 
Services to Meet Secretary of State/Court Requirements:
Assessment and Class Providers
    Assessments/Classes in Gratiot County
Contact information with notations as to whether agencies provide Assessments and/or Classes needed to fulfill driver's license reinstatement requirements due to impaired driving/substance use traffic offenses.
 
Problem Gambling Treatment Services:
Problem Gambling Help-line
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-270-7117
Strictly confidential, counselors provide immediate help to address issues related to problem gambling, including screening services and referrals to treatment providers or support groups. Click for problem gambling treatment providers in Gratiot.
 
Mental Health Services:
Gratiot County CMH Services
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   989-463-4971 or 800-622-5583         TDD/TTY:  989-463-3521
Mental health and developmental disability services are delivered through county-based community mental health services programs (CMHSPs), which contract public funds for services. Medicaid funds, which are paid on a per Medicaid-eligible capitated basis, are contracted with CMHSPs, or their affiliations, as Prepaid Inpatient Health Plans (PIHPs).
 
Peer-Run Drop-In Centers provide an informal, supportive environment to assist clients with mental illness in the recovery process. Click to see if there's a Drop-In Center in Gratiot.
 
For guardianship questions, contact CMHSP Customer Service, call: 989-466-4192
 
 

Hillsdale County
Substance Use Treatment Services:
Care Coordination Center
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   888-230-7629
The above Access Management System (AMS) agency will answer questions regarding alcohol and drug use, and discuss options for those needing treatment services. If services are determined to be appropriate, the agency will assist callers in choosing a provider that meets their needs, and will make the necessary referral. Providers charge on a sliding-fee scale based on income and insurance.
 
Before choosing a treatment program for you, or someone you care about, you may wish to refer to A Quick Guide to Finding Effective Alcohol and Drug Addiction Treatment. Also, the following guide notes five important questions to ask when searching for a treatment program and explains what research suggests is most effective: Seeking Drug Abuse Treatment: Know What to Ask.

Click for list of Methadone Assisted Treatment Programs in Michigan.
 
Services to Meet Secretary of State/Court Requirements:
Assessment and Class Providers
    Assessments/Classes in Hillsdale County
Contact information with notations as to whether agencies provide Assessments and/or Classes needed to fulfill driver's license reinstatement requirements due to impaired driving/substance use traffic offenses.
 
Problem Gambling Treatment Services:
Problem Gambling Help-line
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-270-7117
Strictly confidential, counselors provide immediate help to address issues related to problem gambling, including screening services and referrals to treatment providers or support groups. Click for problem gambling treatment providers in Hillsdale.
 
Mental Health Services:
LifeWays
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   517-789-1200 or 800-284-8288         TDD/TTY:  517-789-2492
Mental health and developmental disability services are delivered through county-based community mental health services programs (CMHSPs), which contract public funds for services. Medicaid funds, which are paid on a per Medicaid-eligible capitated basis, are contracted with CMHSPs, or their affiliations, as Prepaid Inpatient Health Plans (PIHPs).
 
Peer-Run Drop-In Centers provide an informal, supportive environment to assist clients with mental illness in the recovery process. Click to see if there's a Drop-In Center in Hillsdale.
 
For guardianship questions, contact CMHSP Customer Service, call: 517-780-3314
 
 

Houghton County
Substance Use Treatment Services:
Coordinating Agency Assessment Services
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-305-6564
The above Access Management System (AMS) agency will answer questions regarding alcohol and drug use, and discuss options for those needing treatment services. If services are determined to be appropriate, the agency will assist callers in choosing a provider that meets their needs, and will make the necessary referral. Providers charge on a sliding-fee scale based on income and insurance.
 
Before choosing a treatment program for you, or someone you care about, you may wish to refer to A Quick Guide to Finding Effective Alcohol and Drug Addiction Treatment. Also, the following guide notes five important questions to ask when searching for a treatment program and explains what research suggests is most effective: Seeking Drug Abuse Treatment: Know What to Ask.

Click for list of Methadone Assisted Treatment Programs in Michigan.
 
Services to Meet Secretary of State/Court Requirements:
Assessment and Class Providers
    Assessments/Classes in Houghton County
Contact information with notations as to whether agencies provide Assessments and/or Classes needed to fulfill driver's license reinstatement requirements due to impaired driving/substance use traffic offenses.
 
Problem Gambling Treatment Services:
Problem Gambling Help-line
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-270-7117
Strictly confidential, counselors provide immediate help to address issues related to problem gambling, including screening services and referrals to treatment providers or support groups. Click for problem gambling treatment providers in Houghton.
 
Mental Health Services:
Copper Country CMH Services
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   906-482-4357 or 800-562-7622         TDD/TTY:  906-482-8037
Mental health and developmental disability services are delivered through county-based community mental health services programs (CMHSPs), which contract public funds for services. Medicaid funds, which are paid on a per Medicaid-eligible capitated basis, are contracted with CMHSPs, or their affiliations, as Prepaid Inpatient Health Plans (PIHPs).
 
Peer-Run Drop-In Centers provide an informal, supportive environment to assist clients with mental illness in the recovery process. Click to see if there's a Drop-In Center in Houghton.
 
For guardianship questions, contact CMHSP Customer Service, call: 906-482-9400 ext 120
 
 

Huron County
Substance Use Treatment Services:
Access Alliance of Michigan
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-448-5498
The above Access Management System (AMS) agency will answer questions regarding alcohol and drug use, and discuss options for those needing treatment services. If services are determined to be appropriate, the agency will assist callers in choosing a provider that meets their needs, and will make the necessary referral. Providers charge on a sliding-fee scale based on income and insurance.
 
Before choosing a treatment program for you, or someone you care about, you may wish to refer to A Quick Guide to Finding Effective Alcohol and Drug Addiction Treatment. Also, the following guide notes five important questions to ask when searching for a treatment program and explains what research suggests is most effective: Seeking Drug Abuse Treatment: Know What to Ask.

Click for list of Methadone Assisted Treatment Programs in Michigan.
 
Services to Meet Secretary of State/Court Requirements:
Assessment and Class Providers
    Assessments/Classes in Huron County
Contact information with notations as to whether agencies provide Assessments and/or Classes needed to fulfill driver's license reinstatement requirements due to impaired driving/substance use traffic offenses.
 
Problem Gambling Treatment Services:
Problem Gambling Help-line
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-270-7117
Strictly confidential, counselors provide immediate help to address issues related to problem gambling, including screening services and referrals to treatment providers or support groups. Click for problem gambling treatment providers in Huron.
 
Mental Health Services:
Huron Behavioral Health
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-356-5568         TDD/TTY:  989-269-8966
Mental health and developmental disability services are delivered through county-based community mental health services programs (CMHSPs), which contract public funds for services. Medicaid funds, which are paid on a per Medicaid-eligible capitated basis, are contracted with CMHSPs, or their affiliations, as Prepaid Inpatient Health Plans (PIHPs).
 
Peer-Run Drop-In Centers provide an informal, supportive environment to assist clients with mental illness in the recovery process. Click to see if there's a Drop-In Center in Huron.
 
For guardianship questions, contact CMHSP Customer Service, call: 989-497-1329 or 800-212-3689
 
 

Ingham County
Substance Use Treatment Services:
Care Coordination Center
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   888-230-7629
The above Access Management System (AMS) agency will answer questions regarding alcohol and drug use, and discuss options for those needing treatment services. If services are determined to be appropriate, the agency will assist callers in choosing a provider that meets their needs, and will make the necessary referral. Providers charge on a sliding-fee scale based on income and insurance.
 
Before choosing a treatment program for you, or someone you care about, you may wish to refer to A Quick Guide to Finding Effective Alcohol and Drug Addiction Treatment. Also, the following guide notes five important questions to ask when searching for a treatment program and explains what research suggests is most effective: Seeking Drug Abuse Treatment: Know What to Ask.

Click for list of Methadone Assisted Treatment Programs in Michigan.
 
Services to Meet Secretary of State/Court Requirements:
Assessment and Class Providers
    Assessments/Classes in Ingham County
Contact information with notations as to whether agencies provide Assessments and/or Classes needed to fulfill driver's license reinstatement requirements due to impaired driving/substance use traffic offenses.
 
Problem Gambling Treatment Services:
Problem Gambling Help-line
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-270-7117
Strictly confidential, counselors provide immediate help to address issues related to problem gambling, including screening services and referrals to treatment providers or support groups. Click for problem gambling treatment providers in Ingham.
 
Mental Health Services:
CMH Authority of Clinton-Eaton-Ingham Counties
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-372-8460         TDD/TTY:  517-374-7037
Mental health and developmental disability services are delivered through county-based community mental health services programs (CMHSPs), which contract public funds for services. Medicaid funds, which are paid on a per Medicaid-eligible capitated basis, are contracted with CMHSPs, or their affiliations, as Prepaid Inpatient Health Plans (PIHPs).
 
Peer-Run Drop-In Centers provide an informal, supportive environment to assist clients with mental illness in the recovery process. Click to see if there's a Drop-In Center in Ingham.
 
For guardianship questions, contact CMHSP Customer Service, call: 517-346-8244 or 877-333-8933
 
 

Ionia County
Substance Use Treatment Services:
Care Coordination Center
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   888-230-7629
The above Access Management System (AMS) agency will answer questions regarding alcohol and drug use, and discuss options for those needing treatment services. If services are determined to be appropriate, the agency will assist callers in choosing a provider that meets their needs, and will make the necessary referral. Providers charge on a sliding-fee scale based on income and insurance.
 
Before choosing a treatment program for you, or someone you care about, you may wish to refer to A Quick Guide to Finding Effective Alcohol and Drug Addiction Treatment. Also, the following guide notes five important questions to ask when searching for a treatment program and explains what research suggests is most effective: Seeking Drug Abuse Treatment: Know What to Ask.

Click for list of Methadone Assisted Treatment Programs in Michigan.
 
Services to Meet Secretary of State/Court Requirements:
Assessment and Class Providers
    Assessments/Classes in Ionia County
Contact information with notations as to whether agencies provide Assessments and/or Classes needed to fulfill driver's license reinstatement requirements due to impaired driving/substance use traffic offenses.
 
Problem Gambling Treatment Services:
Problem Gambling Help-line
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-270-7117
Strictly confidential, counselors provide immediate help to address issues related to problem gambling, including screening services and referrals to treatment providers or support groups. Click for problem gambling treatment providers in Ionia.
 
Mental Health Services:
Ionia County CMH
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   888-527-1790         TDD/TTY:  616-527-0453
Mental health and developmental disability services are delivered through county-based community mental health services programs (CMHSPs), which contract public funds for services. Medicaid funds, which are paid on a per Medicaid-eligible capitated basis, are contracted with CMHSPs, or their affiliations, as Prepaid Inpatient Health Plans (PIHPs).
 
Peer-Run Drop-In Centers provide an informal, supportive environment to assist clients with mental illness in the recovery process. Click to see if there's a Drop-In Center in Ionia.
 
For guardianship questions, contact CMHSP Customer Service, call: 616-527-1790
 
 

Iosco County
Substance Use Treatment Services:
Access Center
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-834-3393
The above Access Management System (AMS) agency will answer questions regarding alcohol and drug use, and discuss options for those needing treatment services. If services are determined to be appropriate, the agency will assist callers in choosing a provider that meets their needs, and will make the necessary referral. Providers charge on a sliding-fee scale based on income and insurance.
 
Before choosing a treatment program for you, or someone you care about, you may wish to refer to A Quick Guide to Finding Effective Alcohol and Drug Addiction Treatment. Also, the following guide notes five important questions to ask when searching for a treatment program and explains what research suggests is most effective: Seeking Drug Abuse Treatment: Know What to Ask.

Click for list of Methadone Assisted Treatment Programs in Michigan.
 
Services to Meet Secretary of State/Court Requirements:
Assessment and Class Providers
    Assessments/Classes in Iosco County
Contact information with notations as to whether agencies provide Assessments and/or Classes needed to fulfill driver's license reinstatement requirements due to impaired driving/substance use traffic offenses.
 
Problem Gambling Treatment Services:
Problem Gambling Help-line
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-270-7117
Strictly confidential, counselors provide immediate help to address issues related to problem gambling, including screening services and referrals to treatment providers or support groups. Click for problem gambling treatment providers in Iosco.
 
Mental Health Services:
AuSable Valley CMH Services
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-442-7315
Mental health and developmental disability services are delivered through county-based community mental health services programs (CMHSPs), which contract public funds for services. Medicaid funds, which are paid on a per Medicaid-eligible capitated basis, are contracted with CMHSPs, or their affiliations, as Prepaid Inpatient Health Plans (PIHPs).
 
Peer-Run Drop-In Centers provide an informal, supportive environment to assist clients with mental illness in the recovery process. Click to see if there's a Drop-In Center in Iosco.
 
For guardianship questions, contact CMHSP Customer Service, call: 989-362-8636
 
 

Iron County
Substance Use Treatment Services:
Coordinating Agency Assessment Services
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-305-6564
The above Access Management System (AMS) agency will answer questions regarding alcohol and drug use, and discuss options for those needing treatment services. If services are determined to be appropriate, the agency will assist callers in choosing a provider that meets their needs, and will make the necessary referral. Providers charge on a sliding-fee scale based on income and insurance.
 
Before choosing a treatment program for you, or someone you care about, you may wish to refer to A Quick Guide to Finding Effective Alcohol and Drug Addiction Treatment. Also, the following guide notes five important questions to ask when searching for a treatment program and explains what research suggests is most effective: Seeking Drug Abuse Treatment: Know What to Ask.

Click for list of Methadone Assisted Treatment Programs in Michigan.
 
Services to Meet Secretary of State/Court Requirements:
Assessment and Class Providers
    Assessments/Classes in Iron County
Contact information with notations as to whether agencies provide Assessments and/or Classes needed to fulfill driver's license reinstatement requirements due to impaired driving/substance use traffic offenses.
 
Problem Gambling Treatment Services:
Problem Gambling Help-line
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-270-7117
Strictly confidential, counselors provide immediate help to address issues related to problem gambling, including screening services and referrals to treatment providers or support groups. Click for problem gambling treatment providers in Iron.
 
Mental Health Services:
Northpointe Behavioral Healthcare Systems
    Phone:   During Office Hours 906-774-0522         TDD/TTY:  800-649-3777
Mental health and developmental disability services are delivered through county-based community mental health services programs (CMHSPs), which contract public funds for services. Medicaid funds, which are paid on a per Medicaid-eligible capitated basis, are contracted with CMHSPs, or their affiliations, as Prepaid Inpatient Health Plans (PIHPs).
 
Peer-Run Drop-In Centers provide an informal, supportive environment to assist clients with mental illness in the recovery process. Click to see if there's a Drop-In Center in Iron.
 
For guardianship questions, contact CMHSP Customer Service, call: 906-779-0556
 
 

Isabella County
Substance Use Treatment Services:
Access Center
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-448-5498
The above Access Management System (AMS) agency will answer questions regarding alcohol and drug use, and discuss options for those needing treatment services. If services are determined to be appropriate, the agency will assist callers in choosing a provider that meets their needs, and will make the necessary referral. Providers charge on a sliding-fee scale based on income and insurance.
 
Before choosing a treatment program for you, or someone you care about, you may wish to refer to A Quick Guide to Finding Effective Alcohol and Drug Addiction Treatment. Also, the following guide notes five important questions to ask when searching for a treatment program and explains what research suggests is most effective: Seeking Drug Abuse Treatment: Know What to Ask.

Click for list of Methadone Assisted Treatment Programs in Michigan.
 
Services to Meet Secretary of State/Court Requirements:
Assessment and Class Providers
    Assessments/Classes in Isabella County
Contact information with notations as to whether agencies provide Assessments and/or Classes needed to fulfill driver's license reinstatement requirements due to impaired driving/substance use traffic offenses.
 
Problem Gambling Treatment Services:
Problem Gambling Help-line
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-270-7117
Strictly confidential, counselors provide immediate help to address issues related to problem gambling, including screening services and referrals to treatment providers or support groups. Click for problem gambling treatment providers in Isabella.
 
Mental Health Services:
CMH for Central Michigan
    Phone:   During Office Hours 989-772-5938         TDD/TTY:  989-773-2890
Mental health and developmental disability services are delivered through county-based community mental health services programs (CMHSPs), which contract public funds for services. Medicaid funds, which are paid on a per Medicaid-eligible capitated basis, are contracted with CMHSPs, or their affiliations, as Prepaid Inpatient Health Plans (PIHPs).
 
Peer-Run Drop-In Centers provide an informal, supportive environment to assist clients with mental illness in the recovery process. Click to see if there's a Drop-In Center in Isabella.
 
For guardianship questions, contact CMHSP Customer Service, call: 989-772-5938 or 800-317-0708
 
 

Jackson County
Substance Use Treatment Services:
Care Coordination Center
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   888-230-7629
The above Access Management System (AMS) agency will answer questions regarding alcohol and drug use, and discuss options for those needing treatment services. If services are determined to be appropriate, the agency will assist callers in choosing a provider that meets their needs, and will make the necessary referral. Providers charge on a sliding-fee scale based on income and insurance.
 
Before choosing a treatment program for you, or someone you care about, you may wish to refer to A Quick Guide to Finding Effective Alcohol and Drug Addiction Treatment. Also, the following guide notes five important questions to ask when searching for a treatment program and explains what research suggests is most effective: Seeking Drug Abuse Treatment: Know What to Ask.

Click for list of Methadone Assisted Treatment Programs in Michigan.
 
Services to Meet Secretary of State/Court Requirements:
Assessment and Class Providers
    Assessments/Classes in Jackson County
Contact information with notations as to whether agencies provide Assessments and/or Classes needed to fulfill driver's license reinstatement requirements due to impaired driving/substance use traffic offenses.
 
Problem Gambling Treatment Services:
Problem Gambling Help-line
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-270-7117
Strictly confidential, counselors provide immediate help to address issues related to problem gambling, including screening services and referrals to treatment providers or support groups. Click for problem gambling treatment providers in Jackson.
 
Mental Health Services:
LifeWays
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   517-789-1200 or 800-284-8288         TDD/TTY:  517-789-2492
Mental health and developmental disability services are delivered through county-based community mental health services programs (CMHSPs), which contract public funds for services. Medicaid funds, which are paid on a per Medicaid-eligible capitated basis, are contracted with CMHSPs, or their affiliations, as Prepaid Inpatient Health Plans (PIHPs).
 
Peer-Run Drop-In Centers provide an informal, supportive environment to assist clients with mental illness in the recovery process. Click to see if there's a Drop-In Center in Jackson.
 
For guardianship questions, contact CMHSP Customer Service, call: 517-780-3314
 
 

Kalamazoo County
Substance Use Treatment Services:
Southwest Michigan Behavioral Health
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-781-0353
The above Access Management System (AMS) agency will answer questions regarding alcohol and drug use, and discuss options for those needing treatment services. If services are determined to be appropriate, the agency will assist callers in choosing a provider that meets their needs, and will make the necessary referral. Providers charge on a sliding-fee scale based on income and insurance.
 
Before choosing a treatment program for you, or someone you care about, you may wish to refer to A Quick Guide to Finding Effective Alcohol and Drug Addiction Treatment. Also, the following guide notes five important questions to ask when searching for a treatment program and explains what research suggests is most effective: Seeking Drug Abuse Treatment: Know What to Ask.

Click for list of Methadone Assisted Treatment Programs in Michigan.
 
Services to Meet Secretary of State/Court Requirements:
Assessment and Class Providers
    Assessments/Classes in Kalamazoo County
Contact information with notations as to whether agencies provide Assessments and/or Classes needed to fulfill driver's license reinstatement requirements due to impaired driving/substance use traffic offenses.
 
Problem Gambling Treatment Services:
Problem Gambling Help-line
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-270-7117
Strictly confidential, counselors provide immediate help to address issues related to problem gambling, including screening services and referrals to treatment providers or support groups. Click for problem gambling treatment providers in Kalamazoo.
 
Mental Health Services:
Kalamazoo CMH and Substance Abuse Services
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   269-373-6000 or 269-382-0847         TDD/TTY:  269-553-8100
Mental health and developmental disability services are delivered through county-based community mental health services programs (CMHSPs), which contract public funds for services. Medicaid funds, which are paid on a per Medicaid-eligible capitated basis, are contracted with CMHSPs, or their affiliations, as Prepaid Inpatient Health Plans (PIHPs).
 
Peer-Run Drop-In Centers provide an informal, supportive environment to assist clients with mental illness in the recovery process. Click to see if there's a Drop-In Center in Kalamazoo.
 
For guardianship questions, contact CMHSP Customer Service, call: 269-553-8000
 
 

Kalkaska County
Substance Use Treatment Services:
Access Center
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-834-3393
The above Access Management System (AMS) agency will answer questions regarding alcohol and drug use, and discuss options for those needing treatment services. If services are determined to be appropriate, the agency will assist callers in choosing a provider that meets their needs, and will make the necessary referral. Providers charge on a sliding-fee scale based on income and insurance.
 
Before choosing a treatment program for you, or someone you care about, you may wish to refer to A Quick Guide to Finding Effective Alcohol and Drug Addiction Treatment. Also, the following guide notes five important questions to ask when searching for a treatment program and explains what research suggests is most effective: Seeking Drug Abuse Treatment: Know What to Ask.

Click for list of Methadone Assisted Treatment Programs in Michigan.
 
Services to Meet Secretary of State/Court Requirements:
Assessment and Class Providers
    Assessments/Classes in Kalkaska County
Contact information with notations as to whether agencies provide Assessments and/or Classes needed to fulfill driver's license reinstatement requirements due to impaired driving/substance use traffic offenses.
 
Problem Gambling Treatment Services:
Problem Gambling Help-line
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-270-7117
Strictly confidential, counselors provide immediate help to address issues related to problem gambling, including screening services and referrals to treatment providers or support groups. Click for problem gambling treatment providers in Kalkaska.
 
Mental Health Services:
North Country CMH
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-442-7315         TDD/TTY:  231-922-4800
Mental health and developmental disability services are delivered through county-based community mental health services programs (CMHSPs), which contract public funds for services. Medicaid funds, which are paid on a per Medicaid-eligible capitated basis, are contracted with CMHSPs, or their affiliations, as Prepaid Inpatient Health Plans (PIHPs).
 
Peer-Run Drop-In Centers provide an informal, supportive environment to assist clients with mental illness in the recovery process. Click to see if there's a Drop-In Center in Kalkaska.
 
For guardianship questions, contact CMHSP Customer Service, call: 231-347-7890 or 800-281-0481
 
 

Kent County
Substance Use Treatment Services:
Access Center Assessment Unit
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-749-7720
The above Access Management System (AMS) agency will answer questions regarding alcohol and drug use, and discuss options for those needing treatment services. If services are determined to be appropriate, the agency will assist callers in choosing a provider that meets their needs, and will make the necessary referral. Providers charge on a sliding-fee scale based on income and insurance.
 
Before choosing a treatment program for you, or someone you care about, you may wish to refer to A Quick Guide to Finding Effective Alcohol and Drug Addiction Treatment. Also, the following guide notes five important questions to ask when searching for a treatment program and explains what research suggests is most effective: Seeking Drug Abuse Treatment: Know What to Ask.

Click for list of Methadone Assisted Treatment Programs in Michigan.
 
Services to Meet Secretary of State/Court Requirements:
Assessment and Class Providers
    Assessments/Classes in Kent County
Contact information with notations as to whether agencies provide Assessments and/or Classes needed to fulfill driver's license reinstatement requirements due to impaired driving/substance use traffic offenses.
 
Problem Gambling Treatment Services:
Problem Gambling Help-line
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-270-7117
Strictly confidential, counselors provide immediate help to address issues related to problem gambling, including screening services and referrals to treatment providers or support groups. Click for problem gambling treatment providers in Kent.
 
Mental Health Services:
network180
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   616-336-3909         TDD/TTY:  800-649-3777
Mental health and developmental disability services are delivered through county-based community mental health services programs (CMHSPs), which contract public funds for services. Medicaid funds, which are paid on a per Medicaid-eligible capitated basis, are contracted with CMHSPs, or their affiliations, as Prepaid Inpatient Health Plans (PIHPs).
 
Peer-Run Drop-In Centers provide an informal, supportive environment to assist clients with mental illness in the recovery process. Click to see if there's a Drop-In Center in Kent.
 
For guardianship questions, contact CMHSP Customer Service, call: 616-336-3593
 
 

Keweenaw County
Substance Use Treatment Services:
Coordinating Agency Assessment Services
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-305-6564
The above Access Management System (AMS) agency will answer questions regarding alcohol and drug use, and discuss options for those needing treatment services. If services are determined to be appropriate, the agency will assist callers in choosing a provider that meets their needs, and will make the necessary referral. Providers charge on a sliding-fee scale based on income and insurance.
 
Before choosing a treatment program for you, or someone you care about, you may wish to refer to A Quick Guide to Finding Effective Alcohol and Drug Addiction Treatment. Also, the following guide notes five important questions to ask when searching for a treatment program and explains what research suggests is most effective: Seeking Drug Abuse Treatment: Know What to Ask.

Click for list of Methadone Assisted Treatment Programs in Michigan.
 
Services to Meet Secretary of State/Court Requirements:
Assessment and Class Providers
    Assessments/Classes in Keweenaw County
Contact information with notations as to whether agencies provide Assessments and/or Classes needed to fulfill driver's license reinstatement requirements due to impaired driving/substance use traffic offenses.
 
Problem Gambling Treatment Services:
Problem Gambling Help-line
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-270-7117
Strictly confidential, counselors provide immediate help to address issues related to problem gambling, including screening services and referrals to treatment providers or support groups. Click for problem gambling treatment providers in Keweenaw.
 
Mental Health Services:
Copper Country CMH Services
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   906-482-4357 or 800-562-7622         TDD/TTY:  906-482-8037
Mental health and developmental disability services are delivered through county-based community mental health services programs (CMHSPs), which contract public funds for services. Medicaid funds, which are paid on a per Medicaid-eligible capitated basis, are contracted with CMHSPs, or their affiliations, as Prepaid Inpatient Health Plans (PIHPs).
 
Peer-Run Drop-In Centers provide an informal, supportive environment to assist clients with mental illness in the recovery process. Click to see if there's a Drop-In Center in Keweenaw.
 
For guardianship questions, contact CMHSP Customer Service, call: 906-482-9400 ext 120
 
 

Lake County
Substance Use Treatment Services:
Access Center
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-992-2061
The above Access Management System (AMS) agency will answer questions regarding alcohol and drug use, and discuss options for those needing treatment services. If services are determined to be appropriate, the agency will assist callers in choosing a provider that meets their needs, and will make the necessary referral. Providers charge on a sliding-fee scale based on income and insurance.
 
Before choosing a treatment program for you, or someone you care about, you may wish to refer to A Quick Guide to Finding Effective Alcohol and Drug Addiction Treatment. Also, the following guide notes five important questions to ask when searching for a treatment program and explains what research suggests is most effective: Seeking Drug Abuse Treatment: Know What to Ask.

Click for list of Methadone Assisted Treatment Programs in Michigan.
 
Services to Meet Secretary of State/Court Requirements:
Assessment and Class Providers
    Assessments/Classes in Lake County
Contact information with notations as to whether agencies provide Assessments and/or Classes needed to fulfill driver's license reinstatement requirements due to impaired driving/substance use traffic offenses.
 
Problem Gambling Treatment Services:
Problem Gambling Help-line
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-270-7117
Strictly confidential, counselors provide immediate help to address issues related to problem gambling, including screening services and referrals to treatment providers or support groups. Click for problem gambling treatment providers in Lake.
 
Mental Health Services:
West Michigan CMH System
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-992-2061         TDD/TTY:  800-790-8326
Mental health and developmental disability services are delivered through county-based community mental health services programs (CMHSPs), which contract public funds for services. Medicaid funds, which are paid on a per Medicaid-eligible capitated basis, are contracted with CMHSPs, or their affiliations, as Prepaid Inpatient Health Plans (PIHPs).
 
Peer-Run Drop-In Centers provide an informal, supportive environment to assist clients with mental illness in the recovery process. Click to see if there's a Drop-In Center in Lake.
 
For guardianship questions, contact CMHSP Customer Service, call: 231-843-5467
 
 

Lapeer County
Substance Use Treatment Services:
Thumb Alliance PIHP Access Center
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   888-225-4447
The above Access Management System (AMS) agency will answer questions regarding alcohol and drug use, and discuss options for those needing treatment services. If services are determined to be appropriate, the agency will assist callers in choosing a provider that meets their needs, and will make the necessary referral. Providers charge on a sliding-fee scale based on income and insurance.
 
Before choosing a treatment program for you, or someone you care about, you may wish to refer to A Quick Guide to Finding Effective Alcohol and Drug Addiction Treatment. Also, the following guide notes five important questions to ask when searching for a treatment program and explains what research suggests is most effective: Seeking Drug Abuse Treatment: Know What to Ask.

Click for list of Methadone Assisted Treatment Programs in Michigan.
 
Services to Meet Secretary of State/Court Requirements:
Assessment and Class Providers
    Assessments/Classes in Lapeer County
Contact information with notations as to whether agencies provide Assessments and/or Classes needed to fulfill driver's license reinstatement requirements due to impaired driving/substance use traffic offenses.
 
Problem Gambling Treatment Services:
Problem Gambling Help-line
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-270-7117
Strictly confidential, counselors provide immediate help to address issues related to problem gambling, including screening services and referrals to treatment providers or support groups. Click for problem gambling treatment providers in Lapeer.
 
Mental Health Services:
Lapeer County CMH Services
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   810-667-0500         TDD/TTY:  810-667-0500
Mental health and developmental disability services are delivered through county-based community mental health services programs (CMHSPs), which contract public funds for services. Medicaid funds, which are paid on a per Medicaid-eligible capitated basis, are contracted with CMHSPs, or their affiliations, as Prepaid Inpatient Health Plans (PIHPs).
 
Peer-Run Drop-In Centers provide an informal, supportive environment to assist clients with mental illness in the recovery process. Click to see if there's a Drop-In Center in Lapeer.
 
For guardianship questions, contact CMHSP Customer Service, call: 810-245-8280
 
 

Leelanau County
Substance Use Treatment Services:
Access Center
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-834-3393
The above Access Management System (AMS) agency will answer questions regarding alcohol and drug use, and discuss options for those needing treatment services. If services are determined to be appropriate, the agency will assist callers in choosing a provider that meets their needs, and will make the necessary referral. Providers charge on a sliding-fee scale based on income and insurance.
 
Before choosing a treatment program for you, or someone you care about, you may wish to refer to A Quick Guide to Finding Effective Alcohol and Drug Addiction Treatment. Also, the following guide notes five important questions to ask when searching for a treatment program and explains what research suggests is most effective: Seeking Drug Abuse Treatment: Know What to Ask.

Click for list of Methadone Assisted Treatment Programs in Michigan.
 
Services to Meet Secretary of State/Court Requirements:
Assessment and Class Providers
    Assessments/Classes in Leelanau County
Contact information with notations as to whether agencies provide Assessments and/or Classes needed to fulfill driver's license reinstatement requirements due to impaired driving/substance use traffic offenses.
 
Problem Gambling Treatment Services:
Problem Gambling Help-line
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-270-7117
Strictly confidential, counselors provide immediate help to address issues related to problem gambling, including screening services and referrals to treatment providers or support groups. Click for problem gambling treatment providers in Leelanau.
 
Mental Health Services:
Northern Lakes CMH Authority
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   231-922-4802         TDD/TTY:  231-935-3871 or 231-876-3281
Mental health and developmental disability services are delivered through county-based community mental health services programs (CMHSPs), which contract public funds for services. Medicaid funds, which are paid on a per Medicaid-eligible capitated basis, are contracted with CMHSPs, or their affiliations, as Prepaid Inpatient Health Plans (PIHPs).
 
Peer-Run Drop-In Centers provide an informal, supportive environment to assist clients with mental illness in the recovery process. Click to see if there's a Drop-In Center in Leelanau.
 
For guardianship questions, contact CMHSP Customer Service, call: 231-876-3246 or 800-337-8598
 
 

Lenawee County
Substance Use Treatment Services:
Lenawee County Community Mental Health Authority
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   517-263-8905 or 800-440-7548
The above Access Management System (AMS) agency will answer questions regarding alcohol and drug use, and discuss options for those needing treatment services. If services are determined to be appropriate, the agency will assist callers in choosing a provider that meets their needs, and will make the necessary referral. Providers charge on a sliding-fee scale based on income and insurance.
 
Before choosing a treatment program for you, or someone you care about, you may wish to refer to A Quick Guide to Finding Effective Alcohol and Drug Addiction Treatment. Also, the following guide notes five important questions to ask when searching for a treatment program and explains what research suggests is most effective: Seeking Drug Abuse Treatment: Know What to Ask.

Click for list of Methadone Assisted Treatment Programs in Michigan.
 
Services to Meet Secretary of State/Court Requirements:
Assessment and Class Providers
    Assessments/Classes in Lenawee County
Contact information with notations as to whether agencies provide Assessments and/or Classes needed to fulfill driver's license reinstatement requirements due to impaired driving/substance use traffic offenses.
 
Problem Gambling Treatment Services:
Problem Gambling Help-line
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-270-7117
Strictly confidential, counselors provide immediate help to address issues related to problem gambling, including screening services and referrals to treatment providers or support groups. Click for problem gambling treatment providers in Lenawee.
 
Mental Health Services:
Lenawee CMH Authority
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   517-263-8905         TDD/TTY:  517-263-8905
Mental health and developmental disability services are delivered through county-based community mental health services programs (CMHSPs), which contract public funds for services. Medicaid funds, which are paid on a per Medicaid-eligible capitated basis, are contracted with CMHSPs, or their affiliations, as Prepaid Inpatient Health Plans (PIHPs).
 
Peer-Run Drop-In Centers provide an informal, supportive environment to assist clients with mental illness in the recovery process. Click to see if there's a Drop-In Center in Lenawee.
 
For guardianship questions, contact CMHSP Customer Service, call: 517-263-8905 or 800-664-5005
 
 

Livingston County
Substance Use Treatment Services:
Health Services Access
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-440-7548
The above Access Management System (AMS) agency will answer questions regarding alcohol and drug use, and discuss options for those needing treatment services. If services are determined to be appropriate, the agency will assist callers in choosing a provider that meets their needs, and will make the necessary referral. Providers charge on a sliding-fee scale based on income and insurance.
 
Before choosing a treatment program for you, or someone you care about, you may wish to refer to A Quick Guide to Finding Effective Alcohol and Drug Addiction Treatment. Also, the following guide notes five important questions to ask when searching for a treatment program and explains what research suggests is most effective: Seeking Drug Abuse Treatment: Know What to Ask.

Click for list of Methadone Assisted Treatment Programs in Michigan.
 
Services to Meet Secretary of State/Court Requirements:
Assessment and Class Providers
    Assessments/Classes in Livingston County
Contact information with notations as to whether agencies provide Assessments and/or Classes needed to fulfill driver's license reinstatement requirements due to impaired driving/substance use traffic offenses.
 
Problem Gambling Treatment Services:
Problem Gambling Help-line
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-270-7117
Strictly confidential, counselors provide immediate help to address issues related to problem gambling, including screening services and referrals to treatment providers or support groups. Click for problem gambling treatment providers in Livingston.
 
Mental Health Services:
Livingston County CMH Authority
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   517-546-4126         TDD/TTY:  517-546-4126
Mental health and developmental disability services are delivered through county-based community mental health services programs (CMHSPs), which contract public funds for services. Medicaid funds, which are paid on a per Medicaid-eligible capitated basis, are contracted with CMHSPs, or their affiliations, as Prepaid Inpatient Health Plans (PIHPs).
 
Peer-Run Drop-In Centers provide an informal, supportive environment to assist clients with mental illness in the recovery process. Click to see if there's a Drop-In Center in Livingston.
 
For guardianship questions, contact CMHSP Customer Service, call: 517-548-0081
 
 

Luce County
Substance Use Treatment Services:
NorthCare Substance Abuse CDR
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-305-6564
The above Access Management System (AMS) agency will answer questions regarding alcohol and drug use, and discuss options for those needing treatment services. If services are determined to be appropriate, the agency will assist callers in choosing a provider that meets their needs, and will make the necessary referral. Providers charge on a sliding-fee scale based on income and insurance.
 
Before choosing a treatment program for you, or someone you care about, you may wish to refer to A Quick Guide to Finding Effective Alcohol and Drug Addiction Treatment. Also, the following guide notes five important questions to ask when searching for a treatment program and explains what research suggests is most effective: Seeking Drug Abuse Treatment: Know What to Ask.

Click for list of Methadone Assisted Treatment Programs in Michigan.
 
Services to Meet Secretary of State/Court Requirements:
Assessment and Class Providers
    Assessments/Classes in Luce County
Contact information with notations as to whether agencies provide Assessments and/or Classes needed to fulfill driver's license reinstatement requirements due to impaired driving/substance use traffic offenses.
 
Problem Gambling Treatment Services:
Problem Gambling Help-line
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-270-7117
Strictly confidential, counselors provide immediate help to address issues related to problem gambling, including screening services and referrals to treatment providers or support groups. Click for problem gambling treatment providers in Luce.
 
Mental Health Services:
Pathways
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   888-728-4929         TDD/TTY:  800-649-3777
Mental health and developmental disability services are delivered through county-based community mental health services programs (CMHSPs), which contract public funds for services. Medicaid funds, which are paid on a per Medicaid-eligible capitated basis, are contracted with CMHSPs, or their affiliations, as Prepaid Inpatient Health Plans (PIHPs).
 
Peer-Run Drop-In Centers provide an informal, supportive environment to assist clients with mental illness in the recovery process. Click to see if there's a Drop-In Center in Luce.
 
For guardianship questions, contact CMHSP Customer Service, call: 906-225-7357 or 888-728-4929
 
 

Mackinac County
Substance Use Treatment Services:
NorthCare Substance Abuse CDR
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-305-6564
The above Access Management System (AMS) agency will answer questions regarding alcohol and drug use, and discuss options for those needing treatment services. If services are determined to be appropriate, the agency will assist callers in choosing a provider that meets their needs, and will make the necessary referral. Providers charge on a sliding-fee scale based on income and insurance.
 
Before choosing a treatment program for you, or someone you care about, you may wish to refer to A Quick Guide to Finding Effective Alcohol and Drug Addiction Treatment. Also, the following guide notes five important questions to ask when searching for a treatment program and explains what research suggests is most effective: Seeking Drug Abuse Treatment: Know What to Ask.

Click for list of Methadone Assisted Treatment Programs in Michigan.
 
Services to Meet Secretary of State/Court Requirements:
Assessment and Class Providers
    Assessments/Classes in Mackinac County
Contact information with notations as to whether agencies provide Assessments and/or Classes needed to fulfill driver's license reinstatement requirements due to impaired driving/substance use traffic offenses.
 
Problem Gambling Treatment Services:
Problem Gambling Help-line
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-270-7117
Strictly confidential, counselors provide immediate help to address issues related to problem gambling, including screening services and referrals to treatment providers or support groups. Click for problem gambling treatment providers in Mackinac.
 
Mental Health Services:
Hiawatha Behavioral Health
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   906-341-2144 or 800-839-9443         TDD/TTY:  906-632-5539
Mental health and developmental disability services are delivered through county-based community mental health services programs (CMHSPs), which contract public funds for services. Medicaid funds, which are paid on a per Medicaid-eligible capitated basis, are contracted with CMHSPs, or their affiliations, as Prepaid Inpatient Health Plans (PIHPs).
 
Peer-Run Drop-In Centers provide an informal, supportive environment to assist clients with mental illness in the recovery process. Click to see if there's a Drop-In Center in Mackinac.
 
For guardianship questions, contact CMHSP Customer Service, call: 906-635-3713 or 800-839-9443
 
 

Macomb County
Substance Use Treatment Services:
Community Assessment Referral & Education
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   586-948-0222 (collect calls accepted)
The above Access Management System (AMS) agency will answer questions regarding alcohol and drug use, and discuss options for those needing treatment services. If services are determined to be appropriate, the agency will assist callers in choosing a provider that meets their needs, and will make the necessary referral. Providers charge on a sliding-fee scale based on income and insurance.
 
Before choosing a treatment program for you, or someone you care about, you may wish to refer to A Quick Guide to Finding Effective Alcohol and Drug Addiction Treatment. Also, the following guide notes five important questions to ask when searching for a treatment program and explains what research suggests is most effective: Seeking Drug Abuse Treatment: Know What to Ask.

Click for list of Methadone Assisted Treatment Programs in Michigan.
 
Services to Meet Secretary of State/Court Requirements:
Assessment and Class Providers
    Assessments/Classes in Macomb County
Contact information with notations as to whether agencies provide Assessments and/or Classes needed to fulfill driver's license reinstatement requirements due to impaired driving/substance use traffic offenses.
 
Problem Gambling Treatment Services:
Problem Gambling Help-line
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-270-7117
Strictly confidential, counselors provide immediate help to address issues related to problem gambling, including screening services and referrals to treatment providers or support groups. Click for problem gambling treatment providers in Macomb.
 
Mental Health Services:
Macomb County CMH Services
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   586-307-9100         TDD/TTY:  586-307-9100
Mental health and developmental disability services are delivered through county-based community mental health services programs (CMHSPs), which contract public funds for services. Medicaid funds, which are paid on a per Medicaid-eligible capitated basis, are contracted with CMHSPs, or their affiliations, as Prepaid Inpatient Health Plans (PIHPs).
 
Peer-Run Drop-In Centers provide an informal, supportive environment to assist clients with mental illness in the recovery process. Click to see if there's a Drop-In Center in Macomb.
 
For guardianship questions, contact CMHSP Customer Service, call: 586-469-6958
 
 

Manistee County
Substance Use Treatment Services:
Access Center
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-834-3393
The above Access Management System (AMS) agency will answer questions regarding alcohol and drug use, and discuss options for those needing treatment services. If services are determined to be appropriate, the agency will assist callers in choosing a provider that meets their needs, and will make the necessary referral. Providers charge on a sliding-fee scale based on income and insurance.
 
Before choosing a treatment program for you, or someone you care about, you may wish to refer to A Quick Guide to Finding Effective Alcohol and Drug Addiction Treatment. Also, the following guide notes five important questions to ask when searching for a treatment program and explains what research suggests is most effective: Seeking Drug Abuse Treatment: Know What to Ask.

Click for list of Methadone Assisted Treatment Programs in Michigan.
 
Services to Meet Secretary of State/Court Requirements:
Assessment and Class Providers
    Assessments/Classes in Manistee County
Contact information with notations as to whether agencies provide Assessments and/or Classes needed to fulfill driver's license reinstatement requirements due to impaired driving/substance use traffic offenses.
 
Problem Gambling Treatment Services:
Problem Gambling Help-line
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-270-7117
Strictly confidential, counselors provide immediate help to address issues related to problem gambling, including screening services and referrals to treatment providers or support groups. Click for problem gambling treatment providers in Manistee.
 
Mental Health Services:
Manistee-Benzie CMH
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   877-398-2013
Mental health and developmental disability services are delivered through county-based community mental health services programs (CMHSPs), which contract public funds for services. Medicaid funds, which are paid on a per Medicaid-eligible capitated basis, are contracted with CMHSPs, or their affiliations, as Prepaid Inpatient Health Plans (PIHPs).
 
Peer-Run Drop-In Centers provide an informal, supportive environment to assist clients with mental illness in the recovery process. Click to see if there's a Drop-In Center in Manistee.
 
For guardianship questions, contact CMHSP Customer Service, call: 231-882-2182
 
 

Marquette County
Substance Use Treatment Services:
NorthCare Substance Abuse CDR
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-305-6564
The above Access Management System (AMS) agency will answer questions regarding alcohol and drug use, and discuss options for those needing treatment services. If services are determined to be appropriate, the agency will assist callers in choosing a provider that meets their needs, and will make the necessary referral. Providers charge on a sliding-fee scale based on income and insurance.
 
Before choosing a treatment program for you, or someone you care about, you may wish to refer to A Quick Guide to Finding Effective Alcohol and Drug Addiction Treatment. Also, the following guide notes five important questions to ask when searching for a treatment program and explains what research suggests is most effective: Seeking Drug Abuse Treatment: Know What to Ask.

Click for list of Methadone Assisted Treatment Programs in Michigan.
 
Services to Meet Secretary of State/Court Requirements:
Assessment and Class Providers
    Assessments/Classes in Marquette County
Contact information with notations as to whether agencies provide Assessments and/or Classes needed to fulfill driver's license reinstatement requirements due to impaired driving/substance use traffic offenses.
 
Problem Gambling Treatment Services:
Problem Gambling Help-line
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-270-7117
Strictly confidential, counselors provide immediate help to address issues related to problem gambling, including screening services and referrals to treatment providers or support groups. Click for problem gambling treatment providers in Marquette.
 
Mental Health Services:
Pathways
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   888-728-4929         TDD/TTY:  800-649-3777
Mental health and developmental disability services are delivered through county-based community mental health services programs (CMHSPs), which contract public funds for services. Medicaid funds, which are paid on a per Medicaid-eligible capitated basis, are contracted with CMHSPs, or their affiliations, as Prepaid Inpatient Health Plans (PIHPs).
 
Peer-Run Drop-In Centers provide an informal, supportive environment to assist clients with mental illness in the recovery process. Click to see if there's a Drop-In Center in Marquette.
 
For guardianship questions, contact CMHSP Customer Service, call: 906-225-7357 or 888-728-4929
 
 

Mason County
Substance Use Treatment Services:
Access Center
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-992-2061
The above Access Management System (AMS) agency will answer questions regarding alcohol and drug use, and discuss options for those needing treatment services. If services are determined to be appropriate, the agency will assist callers in choosing a provider that meets their needs, and will make the necessary referral. Providers charge on a sliding-fee scale based on income and insurance.
 
Before choosing a treatment program for you, or someone you care about, you may wish to refer to A Quick Guide to Finding Effective Alcohol and Drug Addiction Treatment. Also, the following guide notes five important questions to ask when searching for a treatment program and explains what research suggests is most effective: Seeking Drug Abuse Treatment: Know What to Ask.

Click for list of Methadone Assisted Treatment Programs in Michigan.
 
Services to Meet Secretary of State/Court Requirements:
Assessment and Class Providers
    Assessments/Classes in Mason County
Contact information with notations as to whether agencies provide Assessments and/or Classes needed to fulfill driver's license reinstatement requirements due to impaired driving/substance use traffic offenses.
 
Problem Gambling Treatment Services:
Problem Gambling Help-line
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-270-7117
Strictly confidential, counselors provide immediate help to address issues related to problem gambling, including screening services and referrals to treatment providers or support groups. Click for problem gambling treatment providers in Mason.
 
Mental Health Services:
West Michigan CMH System
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-992-2061         TDD/TTY:  800-790-8326
Mental health and developmental disability services are delivered through county-based community mental health services programs (CMHSPs), which contract public funds for services. Medicaid funds, which are paid on a per Medicaid-eligible capitated basis, are contracted with CMHSPs, or their affiliations, as Prepaid Inpatient Health Plans (PIHPs).
 
Peer-Run Drop-In Centers provide an informal, supportive environment to assist clients with mental illness in the recovery process. Click to see if there's a Drop-In Center in Mason.
 
For guardianship questions, contact CMHSP Customer Service, call: 231-843-5467
 
 

Mecosta County
Substance Use Treatment Services:
Access Center
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-448-5498
The above Access Management System (AMS) agency will answer questions regarding alcohol and drug use, and discuss options for those needing treatment services. If services are determined to be appropriate, the agency will assist callers in choosing a provider that meets their needs, and will make the necessary referral. Providers charge on a sliding-fee scale based on income and insurance.
 
Before choosing a treatment program for you, or someone you care about, you may wish to refer to A Quick Guide to Finding Effective Alcohol and Drug Addiction Treatment. Also, the following guide notes five important questions to ask when searching for a treatment program and explains what research suggests is most effective: Seeking Drug Abuse Treatment: Know What to Ask.

Click for list of Methadone Assisted Treatment Programs in Michigan.
 
Services to Meet Secretary of State/Court Requirements:
Assessment and Class Providers
    Assessments/Classes in Mecosta County
Contact information with notations as to whether agencies provide Assessments and/or Classes needed to fulfill driver's license reinstatement requirements due to impaired driving/substance use traffic offenses.
 
Problem Gambling Treatment Services:
Problem Gambling Help-line
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-270-7117
Strictly confidential, counselors provide immediate help to address issues related to problem gambling, including screening services and referrals to treatment providers or support groups. Click for problem gambling treatment providers in Mecosta.
 
Mental Health Services:
CMH for Central Michigan
    Phone:   During Office Hours 989-772-5938         TDD/TTY:  989-773-2890
Mental health and developmental disability services are delivered through county-based community mental health services programs (CMHSPs), which contract public funds for services. Medicaid funds, which are paid on a per Medicaid-eligible capitated basis, are contracted with CMHSPs, or their affiliations, as Prepaid Inpatient Health Plans (PIHPs).
 
Peer-Run Drop-In Centers provide an informal, supportive environment to assist clients with mental illness in the recovery process. Click to see if there's a Drop-In Center in Mecosta.
 
For guardianship questions, contact CMHSP Customer Service, call: 989-772-5938 or 800-317-0708
 
 

Menominee County
Substance Use Treatment Services:
NorthCare Substance Abuse CDR
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-305-6564
The above Access Management System (AMS) agency will answer questions regarding alcohol and drug use, and discuss options for those needing treatment services. If services are determined to be appropriate, the agency will assist callers in choosing a provider that meets their needs, and will make the necessary referral. Providers charge on a sliding-fee scale based on income and insurance.
 
Before choosing a treatment program for you, or someone you care about, you may wish to refer to A Quick Guide to Finding Effective Alcohol and Drug Addiction Treatment. Also, the following guide notes five important questions to ask when searching for a treatment program and explains what research suggests is most effective: Seeking Drug Abuse Treatment: Know What to Ask.

Click for list of Methadone Assisted Treatment Programs in Michigan.
 
Services to Meet Secretary of State/Court Requirements:
Assessment and Class Providers
    Assessments/Classes in Menominee County
Contact information with notations as to whether agencies provide Assessments and/or Classes needed to fulfill driver's license reinstatement requirements due to impaired driving/substance use traffic offenses.
 
Problem Gambling Treatment Services:
Problem Gambling Help-line
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-270-7117
Strictly confidential, counselors provide immediate help to address issues related to problem gambling, including screening services and referrals to treatment providers or support groups. Click for problem gambling treatment providers in Menominee.
 
Mental Health Services:
Northpointe Behavioral Healthcare Systems
    Phone:   During Office Hours 906-774-0522         TDD/TTY:  800-649-3777
Mental health and developmental disability services are delivered through county-based community mental health services programs (CMHSPs), which contract public funds for services. Medicaid funds, which are paid on a per Medicaid-eligible capitated basis, are contracted with CMHSPs, or their affiliations, as Prepaid Inpatient Health Plans (PIHPs).
 
Peer-Run Drop-In Centers provide an informal, supportive environment to assist clients with mental illness in the recovery process. Click to see if there's a Drop-In Center in Menominee.
 
For guardianship questions, contact CMHSP Customer Service, call: 906-779-0556
 
 

Midland County
Substance Use Treatment Services:
Access Center
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-448-5498
The above Access Management System (AMS) agency will answer questions regarding alcohol and drug use, and discuss options for those needing treatment services. If services are determined to be appropriate, the agency will assist callers in choosing a provider that meets their needs, and will make the necessary referral. Providers charge on a sliding-fee scale based on income and insurance.
 
Before choosing a treatment program for you, or someone you care about, you may wish to refer to A Quick Guide to Finding Effective Alcohol and Drug Addiction Treatment. Also, the following guide notes five important questions to ask when searching for a treatment program and explains what research suggests is most effective: Seeking Drug Abuse Treatment: Know What to Ask.

Click for list of Methadone Assisted Treatment Programs in Michigan.
 
Services to Meet Secretary of State/Court Requirements:
Assessment and Class Providers
    Assessments/Classes in Midland County
Contact information with notations as to whether agencies provide Assessments and/or Classes needed to fulfill driver's license reinstatement requirements due to impaired driving/substance use traffic offenses.
 
Problem Gambling Treatment Services:
Problem Gambling Help-line
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-270-7117
Strictly confidential, counselors provide immediate help to address issues related to problem gambling, including screening services and referrals to treatment providers or support groups. Click for problem gambling treatment providers in Midland.
 
Mental Health Services:
CMH for Central Michigan
    Phone:   During Office Hours 989-772-5938         TDD/TTY:  989-773-2890
Mental health and developmental disability services are delivered through county-based community mental health services programs (CMHSPs), which contract public funds for services. Medicaid funds, which are paid on a per Medicaid-eligible capitated basis, are contracted with CMHSPs, or their affiliations, as Prepaid Inpatient Health Plans (PIHPs).
 
Peer-Run Drop-In Centers provide an informal, supportive environment to assist clients with mental illness in the recovery process. Click to see if there's a Drop-In Center in Midland.
 
For guardianship questions, contact CMHSP Customer Service, call: 989-772-5938 or 800-317-0708
 
 

Missaukee County
Substance Use Treatment Services:
Access Center
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-834-3393
The above Access Management System (AMS) agency will answer questions regarding alcohol and drug use, and discuss options for those needing treatment services. If services are determined to be appropriate, the agency will assist callers in choosing a provider that meets their needs, and will make the necessary referral. Providers charge on a sliding-fee scale based on income and insurance.
 
Before choosing a treatment program for you, or someone you care about, you may wish to refer to A Quick Guide to Finding Effective Alcohol and Drug Addiction Treatment. Also, the following guide notes five important questions to ask when searching for a treatment program and explains what research suggests is most effective: Seeking Drug Abuse Treatment: Know What to Ask.

Click for list of Methadone Assisted Treatment Programs in Michigan.
 
Services to Meet Secretary of State/Court Requirements:
Assessment and Class Providers
    Assessments/Classes in Missaukee County
Contact information with notations as to whether agencies provide Assessments and/or Classes needed to fulfill driver's license reinstatement requirements due to impaired driving/substance use traffic offenses.
 
Problem Gambling Treatment Services:
Problem Gambling Help-line
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-270-7117
Strictly confidential, counselors provide immediate help to address issues related to problem gambling, including screening services and referrals to treatment providers or support groups. Click for problem gambling treatment providers in Missaukee.
 
Mental Health Services:
Northern Lakes CMH Authority
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   231-922-4802         TDD/TTY:  231-935-3871 or 231-876-3281
Mental health and developmental disability services are delivered through county-based community mental health services programs (CMHSPs), which contract public funds for services. Medicaid funds, which are paid on a per Medicaid-eligible capitated basis, are contracted with CMHSPs, or their affiliations, as Prepaid Inpatient Health Plans (PIHPs).
 
Peer-Run Drop-In Centers provide an informal, supportive environment to assist clients with mental illness in the recovery process. Click to see if there's a Drop-In Center in Missaukee.
 
For guardianship questions, contact CMHSP Customer Service, call: 231-876-3246 or 800-337-8598
 
 

Monroe County
Substance Use Treatment Services:
Access Management System
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-440-7548
The above Access Management System (AMS) agency will answer questions regarding alcohol and drug use, and discuss options for those needing treatment services. If services are determined to be appropriate, the agency will assist callers in choosing a provider that meets their needs, and will make the necessary referral. Providers charge on a sliding-fee scale based on income and insurance.
 
Before choosing a treatment program for you, or someone you care about, you may wish to refer to A Quick Guide to Finding Effective Alcohol and Drug Addiction Treatment. Also, the following guide notes five important questions to ask when searching for a treatment program and explains what research suggests is most effective: Seeking Drug Abuse Treatment: Know What to Ask.

Click for list of Methadone Assisted Treatment Programs in Michigan.
 
Services to Meet Secretary of State/Court Requirements:
Assessment and Class Providers
    Assessments/Classes in Monroe County
Contact information with notations as to whether agencies provide Assessments and/or Classes needed to fulfill driver's license reinstatement requirements due to impaired driving/substance use traffic offenses.
 
Problem Gambling Treatment Services:
Problem Gambling Help-line
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-270-7117
Strictly confidential, counselors provide immediate help to address issues related to problem gambling, including screening services and referrals to treatment providers or support groups. Click for problem gambling treatment providers in Monroe.
 
Mental Health Services:
Monroe CMH Authority
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   734-243-7340 or 800-886-7340         TDD/TTY:  734-243-7340
Mental health and developmental disability services are delivered through county-based community mental health services programs (CMHSPs), which contract public funds for services. Medicaid funds, which are paid on a per Medicaid-eligible capitated basis, are contracted with CMHSPs, or their affiliations, as Prepaid Inpatient Health Plans (PIHPs).
 
Peer-Run Drop-In Centers provide an informal, supportive environment to assist clients with mental illness in the recovery process. Click to see if there's a Drop-In Center in Monroe.
 
For guardianship questions, contact CMHSP Customer Service, call: 734-243-3371
 
 

Montcalm County
Substance Use Treatment Services:
Access Alliance of Michigan
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-448-5498
The above Access Management System (AMS) agency will answer questions regarding alcohol and drug use, and discuss options for those needing treatment services. If services are determined to be appropriate, the agency will assist callers in choosing a provider that meets their needs, and will make the necessary referral. Providers charge on a sliding-fee scale based on income and insurance.
 
Before choosing a treatment program for you, or someone you care about, you may wish to refer to A Quick Guide to Finding Effective Alcohol and Drug Addiction Treatment. Also, the following guide notes five important questions to ask when searching for a treatment program and explains what research suggests is most effective: Seeking Drug Abuse Treatment: Know What to Ask.

Click for list of Methadone Assisted Treatment Programs in Michigan.
 
Services to Meet Secretary of State/Court Requirements:
Assessment and Class Providers
    Assessments/Classes in Montcalm County
Contact information with notations as to whether agencies provide Assessments and/or Classes needed to fulfill driver's license reinstatement requirements due to impaired driving/substance use traffic offenses.
 
Problem Gambling Treatment Services:
Problem Gambling Help-line
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-270-7117
Strictly confidential, counselors provide immediate help to address issues related to problem gambling, including screening services and referrals to treatment providers or support groups. Click for problem gambling treatment providers in Montcalm.
 
Mental Health Services:
Montcalm Center for Behavioral Health
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   989-831-7520         TDD/TTY:  989-831-7540
Mental health and developmental disability services are delivered through county-based community mental health services programs (CMHSPs), which contract public funds for services. Medicaid funds, which are paid on a per Medicaid-eligible capitated basis, are contracted with CMHSPs, or their affiliations, as Prepaid Inpatient Health Plans (PIHPs).
 
Peer-Run Drop-In Centers provide an informal, supportive environment to assist clients with mental illness in the recovery process. Click to see if there's a Drop-In Center in Montcalm.
 
For guardianship questions, contact CMHSP Customer Service, call: 989-497-1329 or 888-212-3689
 
 

Montmorency County
Substance Use Treatment Services:
Access Center
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-834-3393
The above Access Management System (AMS) agency will answer questions regarding alcohol and drug use, and discuss options for those needing treatment services. If services are determined to be appropriate, the agency will assist callers in choosing a provider that meets their needs, and will make the necessary referral. Providers charge on a sliding-fee scale based on income and insurance.
 
Before choosing a treatment program for you, or someone you care about, you may wish to refer to A Quick Guide to Finding Effective Alcohol and Drug Addiction Treatment. Also, the following guide notes five important questions to ask when searching for a treatment program and explains what research suggests is most effective: Seeking Drug Abuse Treatment: Know What to Ask.

Click for list of Methadone Assisted Treatment Programs in Michigan.
 
Services to Meet Secretary of State/Court Requirements:
Assessment and Class Providers
    Assessments/Classes in Montmorency County
Contact information with notations as to whether agencies provide Assessments and/or Classes needed to fulfill driver's license reinstatement requirements due to impaired driving/substance use traffic offenses.
 
Problem Gambling Treatment Services:
Problem Gambling Help-line
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-270-7117
Strictly confidential, counselors provide immediate help to address issues related to problem gambling, including screening services and referrals to treatment providers or support groups. Click for problem gambling treatment providers in Montmorency.
 
Mental Health Services:
Northeast Michigan CMH Authority
    Phone:   During Office Hours 800-968-1964, After Hours Crisis 800-442-7315         TDD/TTY:  989-354-4956 or TDD: 888-836-6282
Mental health and developmental disability services are delivered through county-based community mental health services programs (CMHSPs), which contract public funds for services. Medicaid funds, which are paid on a per Medicaid-eligible capitated basis, are contracted with CMHSPs, or their affiliations, as Prepaid Inpatient Health Plans (PIHPs).
 
Peer-Run Drop-In Centers provide an informal, supportive environment to assist clients with mental illness in the recovery process. Click to see if there's a Drop-In Center in Montmorency.
 
For guardianship questions, contact CMHSP Customer Service, call: 989-356-2161
 
 

Muskegon County
Substance Use Treatment Services:
Lakeshore Coordinating Council Customer Service
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   855-795-1771 or 616-846-4662
The above Access Management System (AMS) agency will answer questions regarding alcohol and drug use, and discuss options for those needing treatment services. If services are determined to be appropriate, the agency will assist callers in choosing a provider that meets their needs, and will make the necessary referral. Providers charge on a sliding-fee scale based on income and insurance.
 
Before choosing a treatment program for you, or someone you care about, you may wish to refer to A Quick Guide to Finding Effective Alcohol and Drug Addiction Treatment. Also, the following guide notes five important questions to ask when searching for a treatment program and explains what research suggests is most effective: Seeking Drug Abuse Treatment: Know What to Ask.

Click for list of Methadone Assisted Treatment Programs in Michigan.
 
Services to Meet Secretary of State/Court Requirements:
Assessment and Class Providers
    Assessments/Classes in Muskegon County
Contact information with notations as to whether agencies provide Assessments and/or Classes needed to fulfill driver's license reinstatement requirements due to impaired driving/substance use traffic offenses.
 
Problem Gambling Treatment Services:
Problem Gambling Help-line
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-270-7117
Strictly confidential, counselors provide immediate help to address issues related to problem gambling, including screening services and referrals to treatment providers or support groups. Click for problem gambling treatment providers in Muskegon.
 
Mental Health Services:
CMH Services of Muskegon County
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   231-722-4357         TDD/TTY:  231-720-3280
Mental health and developmental disability services are delivered through county-based community mental health services programs (CMHSPs), which contract public funds for services. Medicaid funds, which are paid on a per Medicaid-eligible capitated basis, are contracted with CMHSPs, or their affiliations, as Prepaid Inpatient Health Plans (PIHPs).
 
Peer-Run Drop-In Centers provide an informal, supportive environment to assist clients with mental illness in the recovery process. Click to see if there's a Drop-In Center in Muskegon.
 
For guardianship questions, contact CMHSP Customer Service, call: 231-720-3201
 
 

Newaygo County
Substance Use Treatment Services:
Care Coordination Center
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   888-230-7629
The above Access Management System (AMS) agency will answer questions regarding alcohol and drug use, and discuss options for those needing treatment services. If services are determined to be appropriate, the agency will assist callers in choosing a provider that meets their needs, and will make the necessary referral. Providers charge on a sliding-fee scale based on income and insurance.
 
Before choosing a treatment program for you, or someone you care about, you may wish to refer to A Quick Guide to Finding Effective Alcohol and Drug Addiction Treatment. Also, the following guide notes five important questions to ask when searching for a treatment program and explains what research suggests is most effective: Seeking Drug Abuse Treatment: Know What to Ask.

Click for list of Methadone Assisted Treatment Programs in Michigan.
 
Services to Meet Secretary of State/Court Requirements:
Assessment and Class Providers
    Assessments/Classes in Newaygo County
Contact information with notations as to whether agencies provide Assessments and/or Classes needed to fulfill driver's license reinstatement requirements due to impaired driving/substance use traffic offenses.
 
Problem Gambling Treatment Services:
Problem Gambling Help-line
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-270-7117
Strictly confidential, counselors provide immediate help to address issues related to problem gambling, including screening services and referrals to treatment providers or support groups. Click for problem gambling treatment providers in Newaygo.
 
Mental Health Services:
Newaygo County Mental Health Center
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   231-689-7330 or 800-968-7330         TDD/TTY:  231-689-7330
Mental health and developmental disability services are delivered through county-based community mental health services programs (CMHSPs), which contract public funds for services. Medicaid funds, which are paid on a per Medicaid-eligible capitated basis, are contracted with CMHSPs, or their affiliations, as Prepaid Inpatient Health Plans (PIHPs).
 
Peer-Run Drop-In Centers provide an informal, supportive environment to assist clients with mental illness in the recovery process. Click to see if there's a Drop-In Center in Newaygo.
 
For guardianship questions, contact CMHSP Customer Service, call: 231-689-7330
 
 

Oakland County
Substance Use Treatment Services:
PACE Unit
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   888-350-0900 ext. 85200
The above Access Management System (AMS) agency will answer questions regarding alcohol and drug use, and discuss options for those needing treatment services. If services are determined to be appropriate, the agency will assist callers in choosing a provider that meets their needs, and will make the necessary referral. Providers charge on a sliding-fee scale based on income and insurance.
 
Before choosing a treatment program for you, or someone you care about, you may wish to refer to A Quick Guide to Finding Effective Alcohol and Drug Addiction Treatment. Also, the following guide notes five important questions to ask when searching for a treatment program and explains what research suggests is most effective: Seeking Drug Abuse Treatment: Know What to Ask.

Click for list of Methadone Assisted Treatment Programs in Michigan.
 
Services to Meet Secretary of State/Court Requirements:
Assessment and Class Providers
    Assessments/Classes in Oakland County
Contact information with notations as to whether agencies provide Assessments and/or Classes needed to fulfill driver's license reinstatement requirements due to impaired driving/substance use traffic offenses.
 
Problem Gambling Treatment Services:
Problem Gambling Help-line
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-270-7117
Strictly confidential, counselors provide immediate help to address issues related to problem gambling, including screening services and referrals to treatment providers or support groups. Click for problem gambling treatment providers in Oakland.
 
Mental Health Services:
Oakland County CMH Authority
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   248-456-1991 or 800-231-1127         TDD/TTY:  800-552-8774
Mental health and developmental disability services are delivered through county-based community mental health services programs (CMHSPs), which contract public funds for services. Medicaid funds, which are paid on a per Medicaid-eligible capitated basis, are contracted with CMHSPs, or their affiliations, as Prepaid Inpatient Health Plans (PIHPs).
 
Peer-Run Drop-In Centers provide an informal, supportive environment to assist clients with mental illness in the recovery process. Click to see if there's a Drop-In Center in Oakland.
 
For guardianship questions, contact CMHSP Customer Service, call: 248-975-9833 or 800-341-2003
 
 

Oceana County
Substance Use Treatment Services:
Access Center
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-992-2061
The above Access Management System (AMS) agency will answer questions regarding alcohol and drug use, and discuss options for those needing treatment services. If services are determined to be appropriate, the agency will assist callers in choosing a provider that meets their needs, and will make the necessary referral. Providers charge on a sliding-fee scale based on income and insurance.
 
Before choosing a treatment program for you, or someone you care about, you may wish to refer to A Quick Guide to Finding Effective Alcohol and Drug Addiction Treatment. Also, the following guide notes five important questions to ask when searching for a treatment program and explains what research suggests is most effective: Seeking Drug Abuse Treatment: Know What to Ask.

Click for list of Methadone Assisted Treatment Programs in Michigan.
 
Services to Meet Secretary of State/Court Requirements:
Assessment and Class Providers
    Assessments/Classes in Oceana County
Contact information with notations as to whether agencies provide Assessments and/or Classes needed to fulfill driver's license reinstatement requirements due to impaired driving/substance use traffic offenses.
 
Problem Gambling Treatment Services:
Problem Gambling Help-line
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-270-7117
Strictly confidential, counselors provide immediate help to address issues related to problem gambling, including screening services and referrals to treatment providers or support groups. Click for problem gambling treatment providers in Oceana.
 
Mental Health Services:
West Michigan CMH System
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-992-2061         TDD/TTY:  800-790-8326
Mental health and developmental disability services are delivered through county-based community mental health services programs (CMHSPs), which contract public funds for services. Medicaid funds, which are paid on a per Medicaid-eligible capitated basis, are contracted with CMHSPs, or their affiliations, as Prepaid Inpatient Health Plans (PIHPs).
 
Peer-Run Drop-In Centers provide an informal, supportive environment to assist clients with mental illness in the recovery process. Click to see if there's a Drop-In Center in Oceana.
 
For guardianship questions, contact CMHSP Customer Service, call: 231-843-5467
 
 

Ogemaw County
Substance Use Treatment Services:
Access Center
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-834-3393
The above Access Management System (AMS) agency will answer questions regarding alcohol and drug use, and discuss options for those needing treatment services. If services are determined to be appropriate, the agency will assist callers in choosing a provider that meets their needs, and will make the necessary referral. Providers charge on a sliding-fee scale based on income and insurance.
 
Before choosing a treatment program for you, or someone you care about, you may wish to refer to A Quick Guide to Finding Effective Alcohol and Drug Addiction Treatment. Also, the following guide notes five important questions to ask when searching for a treatment program and explains what research suggests is most effective: Seeking Drug Abuse Treatment: Know What to Ask.

Click for list of Methadone Assisted Treatment Programs in Michigan.
 
Services to Meet Secretary of State/Court Requirements:
Assessment and Class Providers
    Assessments/Classes in Ogemaw County
Contact information with notations as to whether agencies provide Assessments and/or Classes needed to fulfill driver's license reinstatement requirements due to impaired driving/substance use traffic offenses.
 
Problem Gambling Treatment Services:
Problem Gambling Help-line
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-270-7117
Strictly confidential, counselors provide immediate help to address issues related to problem gambling, including screening services and referrals to treatment providers or support groups. Click for problem gambling treatment providers in Ogemaw.
 
Mental Health Services:
AuSable Valley CMH Services
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-442-7315         TDD/TTY:  800-649-3777
Mental health and developmental disability services are delivered through county-based community mental health services programs (CMHSPs), which contract public funds for services. Medicaid funds, which are paid on a per Medicaid-eligible capitated basis, are contracted with CMHSPs, or their affiliations, as Prepaid Inpatient Health Plans (PIHPs).
 
Peer-Run Drop-In Centers provide an informal, supportive environment to assist clients with mental illness in the recovery process. Click to see if there's a Drop-In Center in Ogemaw.
 
For guardianship questions, contact CMHSP Customer Service, call: 989-362-8636
 
 

Ontonagon County
Substance Use Treatment Services:
Coordinating Agency Assessment Services
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-305-6564
The above Access Management System (AMS) agency will answer questions regarding alcohol and drug use, and discuss options for those needing treatment services. If services are determined to be appropriate, the agency will assist callers in choosing a provider that meets their needs, and will make the necessary referral. Providers charge on a sliding-fee scale based on income and insurance.
 
Before choosing a treatment program for you, or someone you care about, you may wish to refer to A Quick Guide to Finding Effective Alcohol and Drug Addiction Treatment. Also, the following guide notes five important questions to ask when searching for a treatment program and explains what research suggests is most effective: Seeking Drug Abuse Treatment: Know What to Ask.

Click for list of Methadone Assisted Treatment Programs in Michigan.
 
Services to Meet Secretary of State/Court Requirements:
Assessment and Class Providers
    Assessments/Classes in Ontonagon County
Contact information with notations as to whether agencies provide Assessments and/or Classes needed to fulfill driver's license reinstatement requirements due to impaired driving/substance use traffic offenses.
 
Problem Gambling Treatment Services:
Problem Gambling Help-line
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-270-7117
Strictly confidential, counselors provide immediate help to address issues related to problem gambling, including screening services and referrals to treatment providers or support groups. Click for problem gambling treatment providers in Ontonagon.
 
Mental Health Services:
Copper Country CMH Services
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   906-482-4357 or 800-562-7622         TDD/TTY:  906-482-8037
Mental health and developmental disability services are delivered through county-based community mental health services programs (CMHSPs), which contract public funds for services. Medicaid funds, which are paid on a per Medicaid-eligible capitated basis, are contracted with CMHSPs, or their affiliations, as Prepaid Inpatient Health Plans (PIHPs).
 
Peer-Run Drop-In Centers provide an informal, supportive environment to assist clients with mental illness in the recovery process. Click to see if there's a Drop-In Center in Ontonagon.
 
For guardianship questions, contact CMHSP Customer Service, call: 906-482-9400 ext 120
 
 

Osceola County
Substance Use Treatment Services:
Access Center
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-448-5498
The above Access Management System (AMS) agency will answer questions regarding alcohol and drug use, and discuss options for those needing treatment services. If services are determined to be appropriate, the agency will assist callers in choosing a provider that meets their needs, and will make the necessary referral. Providers charge on a sliding-fee scale based on income and insurance.
 
Before choosing a treatment program for you, or someone you care about, you may wish to refer to A Quick Guide to Finding Effective Alcohol and Drug Addiction Treatment. Also, the following guide notes five important questions to ask when searching for a treatment program and explains what research suggests is most effective: Seeking Drug Abuse Treatment: Know What to Ask.

Click for list of Methadone Assisted Treatment Programs in Michigan.
 
Services to Meet Secretary of State/Court Requirements:
Assessment and Class Providers
    Assessments/Classes in Osceola County
Contact information with notations as to whether agencies provide Assessments and/or Classes needed to fulfill driver's license reinstatement requirements due to impaired driving/substance use traffic offenses.
 
Problem Gambling Treatment Services:
Problem Gambling Help-line
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-270-7117
Strictly confidential, counselors provide immediate help to address issues related to problem gambling, including screening services and referrals to treatment providers or support groups. Click for problem gambling treatment providers in Osceola.
 
Mental Health Services:
CMH for Central Michigan
    Phone:   During Office Hours 989-772-5938         TDD/TTY:  989-773-2890
Mental health and developmental disability services are delivered through county-based community mental health services programs (CMHSPs), which contract public funds for services. Medicaid funds, which are paid on a per Medicaid-eligible capitated basis, are contracted with CMHSPs, or their affiliations, as Prepaid Inpatient Health Plans (PIHPs).
 
Peer-Run Drop-In Centers provide an informal, supportive environment to assist clients with mental illness in the recovery process. Click to see if there's a Drop-In Center in Osceola.
 
For guardianship questions, contact CMHSP Customer Service, call: 989-772-5938 or 800-317-0708
 
 

Oscoda County
Substance Use Treatment Services:
Access Center
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-834-3393
The above Access Management System (AMS) agency will answer questions regarding alcohol and drug use, and discuss options for those needing treatment services. If services are determined to be appropriate, the agency will assist callers in choosing a provider that meets their needs, and will make the necessary referral. Providers charge on a sliding-fee scale based on income and insurance.
 
Before choosing a treatment program for you, or someone you care about, you may wish to refer to A Quick Guide to Finding Effective Alcohol and Drug Addiction Treatment. Also, the following guide notes five important questions to ask when searching for a treatment program and explains what research suggests is most effective: Seeking Drug Abuse Treatment: Know What to Ask.

Click for list of Methadone Assisted Treatment Programs in Michigan.
 
Services to Meet Secretary of State/Court Requirements:
Assessment and Class Providers
    Assessments/Classes in Oscoda County
Contact information with notations as to whether agencies provide Assessments and/or Classes needed to fulfill driver's license reinstatement requirements due to impaired driving/substance use traffic offenses.
 
Problem Gambling Treatment Services:
Problem Gambling Help-line
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-270-7117
Strictly confidential, counselors provide immediate help to address issues related to problem gambling, including screening services and referrals to treatment providers or support groups. Click for problem gambling treatment providers in Oscoda.
 
Mental Health Services:
AuSable Valley CMH Services
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-442-7315         TDD/TTY:  800-649-3777
Mental health and developmental disability services are delivered through county-based community mental health services programs (CMHSPs), which contract public funds for services. Medicaid funds, which are paid on a per Medicaid-eligible capitated basis, are contracted with CMHSPs, or their affiliations, as Prepaid Inpatient Health Plans (PIHPs).
 
Peer-Run Drop-In Centers provide an informal, supportive environment to assist clients with mental illness in the recovery process. Click to see if there's a Drop-In Center in Oscoda.
 
For guardianship questions, contact CMHSP Customer Service, call: 989-362-8636
 
 

Otsego County
Substance Use Treatment Services:
Access Center
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-834-3393
The above Access Management System (AMS) agency will answer questions regarding alcohol and drug use, and discuss options for those needing treatment services. If services are determined to be appropriate, the agency will assist callers in choosing a provider that meets their needs, and will make the necessary referral. Providers charge on a sliding-fee scale based on income and insurance.
 
Before choosing a treatment program for you, or someone you care about, you may wish to refer to A Quick Guide to Finding Effective Alcohol and Drug Addiction Treatment. Also, the following guide notes five important questions to ask when searching for a treatment program and explains what research suggests is most effective: Seeking Drug Abuse Treatment: Know What to Ask.

Click for list of Methadone Assisted Treatment Programs in Michigan.
 
Services to Meet Secretary of State/Court Requirements:
Assessment and Class Providers
    Assessments/Classes in Otsego County
Contact information with notations as to whether agencies provide Assessments and/or Classes needed to fulfill driver's license reinstatement requirements due to impaired driving/substance use traffic offenses.
 
Problem Gambling Treatment Services:
Problem Gambling Help-line
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-270-7117
Strictly confidential, counselors provide immediate help to address issues related to problem gambling, including screening services and referrals to treatment providers or support groups. Click for problem gambling treatment providers in Otsego.
 
Mental Health Services:
North Country CMH
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-442-7315         TDD/TTY:  231-922-4800
Mental health and developmental disability services are delivered through county-based community mental health services programs (CMHSPs), which contract public funds for services. Medicaid funds, which are paid on a per Medicaid-eligible capitated basis, are contracted with CMHSPs, or their affiliations, as Prepaid Inpatient Health Plans (PIHPs).
 
Peer-Run Drop-In Centers provide an informal, supportive environment to assist clients with mental illness in the recovery process. Click to see if there's a Drop-In Center in Otsego.
 
For guardianship questions, contact CMHSP Customer Service, call: 231-347-7890 or 800-281-0481
 
 

Ottawa County
Substance Use Treatment Services:
Lakeshore Coordinating Council Customer Service
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   877-588-4357 or 616-393-4424
The above Access Management System (AMS) agency will answer questions regarding alcohol and drug use, and discuss options for those needing treatment services. If services are determined to be appropriate, the agency will assist callers in choosing a provider that meets their needs, and will make the necessary referral. Providers charge on a sliding-fee scale based on income and insurance.
 
Before choosing a treatment program for you, or someone you care about, you may wish to refer to A Quick Guide to Finding Effective Alcohol and Drug Addiction Treatment. Also, the following guide notes five important questions to ask when searching for a treatment program and explains what research suggests is most effective: Seeking Drug Abuse Treatment: Know What to Ask.

Click for list of Methadone Assisted Treatment Programs in Michigan.
 
Services to Meet Secretary of State/Court Requirements:
Assessment and Class Providers
    Assessments/Classes in Ottawa County
Contact information with notations as to whether agencies provide Assessments and/or Classes needed to fulfill driver's license reinstatement requirements due to impaired driving/substance use traffic offenses.
 
Problem Gambling Treatment Services:
Problem Gambling Help-line
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-270-7117
Strictly confidential, counselors provide immediate help to address issues related to problem gambling, including screening services and referrals to treatment providers or support groups. Click for problem gambling treatment providers in Ottawa.
 
Mental Health Services:
CMH of Ottawa County
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   866-512-4357         TDD/TTY:  616-494-5508
Mental health and developmental disability services are delivered through county-based community mental health services programs (CMHSPs), which contract public funds for services. Medicaid funds, which are paid on a per Medicaid-eligible capitated basis, are contracted with CMHSPs, or their affiliations, as Prepaid Inpatient Health Plans (PIHPs).
 
Peer-Run Drop-In Centers provide an informal, supportive environment to assist clients with mental illness in the recovery process. Click to see if there's a Drop-In Center in Ottawa.
 
For guardianship questions, contact CMHSP Customer Service, call: 646-494-5545
 
 

Presque Isle County
Substance Use Treatment Services:
Access Center
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-834-3393
The above Access Management System (AMS) agency will answer questions regarding alcohol and drug use, and discuss options for those needing treatment services. If services are determined to be appropriate, the agency will assist callers in choosing a provider that meets their needs, and will make the necessary referral. Providers charge on a sliding-fee scale based on income and insurance.
 
Before choosing a treatment program for you, or someone you care about, you may wish to refer to A Quick Guide to Finding Effective Alcohol and Drug Addiction Treatment. Also, the following guide notes five important questions to ask when searching for a treatment program and explains what research suggests is most effective: Seeking Drug Abuse Treatment: Know What to Ask.

Click for list of Methadone Assisted Treatment Programs in Michigan.
 
Services to Meet Secretary of State/Court Requirements:
Assessment and Class Providers
    Assessments/Classes in Presque Isle County
Contact information with notations as to whether agencies provide Assessments and/or Classes needed to fulfill driver's license reinstatement requirements due to impaired driving/substance use traffic offenses.
 
Problem Gambling Treatment Services:
Problem Gambling Help-line
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-270-7117
Strictly confidential, counselors provide immediate help to address issues related to problem gambling, including screening services and referrals to treatment providers or support groups. Click for problem gambling treatment providers in Presque Isle.
 
Mental Health Services:
Northeast Michigan CMH Authority
    Phone:   During Office Hours 800-968-1964, After Hours Crisis 800-442-7315         TDD/TTY:  989-354-4956 or TDD: 888-836-6282
Mental health and developmental disability services are delivered through county-based community mental health services programs (CMHSPs), which contract public funds for services. Medicaid funds, which are paid on a per Medicaid-eligible capitated basis, are contracted with CMHSPs, or their affiliations, as Prepaid Inpatient Health Plans (PIHPs).
 
Peer-Run Drop-In Centers provide an informal, supportive environment to assist clients with mental illness in the recovery process. Click to see if there's a Drop-In Center in Presque Isle.
 
For guardianship questions, contact CMHSP Customer Service, call: 989-356-2161
 
 

Roscommon County
Substance Use Treatment Services:
Access Center
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-834-3393
The above Access Management System (AMS) agency will answer questions regarding alcohol and drug use, and discuss options for those needing treatment services. If services are determined to be appropriate, the agency will assist callers in choosing a provider that meets their needs, and will make the necessary referral. Providers charge on a sliding-fee scale based on income and insurance.
 
Before choosing a treatment program for you, or someone you care about, you may wish to refer to A Quick Guide to Finding Effective Alcohol and Drug Addiction Treatment. Also, the following guide notes five important questions to ask when searching for a treatment program and explains what research suggests is most effective: Seeking Drug Abuse Treatment: Know What to Ask.

Click for list of Methadone Assisted Treatment Programs in Michigan.
 
Services to Meet Secretary of State/Court Requirements:
Assessment and Class Providers
    Assessments/Classes in Roscommon County
Contact information with notations as to whether agencies provide Assessments and/or Classes needed to fulfill driver's license reinstatement requirements due to impaired driving/substance use traffic offenses.
 
Problem Gambling Treatment Services:
Problem Gambling Help-line
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-270-7117
Strictly confidential, counselors provide immediate help to address issues related to problem gambling, including screening services and referrals to treatment providers or support groups. Click for problem gambling treatment providers in Roscommon.
 
Mental Health Services:
Northern Lakes CMH Authority
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   231-922-4802         TDD/TTY:  231-935-3871 or 231-876-3281
Mental health and developmental disability services are delivered through county-based community mental health services programs (CMHSPs), which contract public funds for services. Medicaid funds, which are paid on a per Medicaid-eligible capitated basis, are contracted with CMHSPs, or their affiliations, as Prepaid Inpatient Health Plans (PIHPs).
 
Peer-Run Drop-In Centers provide an informal, supportive environment to assist clients with mental illness in the recovery process. Click to see if there's a Drop-In Center in Roscommon.
 
For guardianship questions, contact CMHSP Customer Service, call: 231-876-3246 or 800-337-8598
 
 

Saginaw County
Substance Use Treatment Services:
Saginaw County Substance Use Treatment & Prevention Services (TAPS)
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   989-758-3781
The above Access Management System (AMS) agency will answer questions regarding alcohol and drug use, and discuss options for those needing treatment services. If services are determined to be appropriate, the agency will assist callers in choosing a provider that meets their needs, and will make the necessary referral. Providers charge on a sliding-fee scale based on income and insurance.
 
Before choosing a treatment program for you, or someone you care about, you may wish to refer to A Quick Guide to Finding Effective Alcohol and Drug Addiction Treatment. Also, the following guide notes five important questions to ask when searching for a treatment program and explains what research suggests is most effective: Seeking Drug Abuse Treatment: Know What to Ask.

Click for list of Methadone Assisted Treatment Programs in Michigan.
 
Services to Meet Secretary of State/Court Requirements:
Assessment and Class Providers
    Assessments/Classes in Saginaw County
Contact information with notations as to whether agencies provide Assessments and/or Classes needed to fulfill driver's license reinstatement requirements due to impaired driving/substance use traffic offenses.
 
Problem Gambling Treatment Services:
Problem Gambling Help-line
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-270-7117
Strictly confidential, counselors provide immediate help to address issues related to problem gambling, including screening services and referrals to treatment providers or support groups. Click for problem gambling treatment providers in Saginaw.
 
Mental Health Services:
Saginaw County CMH Authority
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-233-0022 or 989-792-9732         TDD/TTY:  989-797-3460
Mental health and developmental disability services are delivered through county-based community mental health services programs (CMHSPs), which contract public funds for services. Medicaid funds, which are paid on a per Medicaid-eligible capitated basis, are contracted with CMHSPs, or their affiliations, as Prepaid Inpatient Health Plans (PIHPs).
 
Peer-Run Drop-In Centers provide an informal, supportive environment to assist clients with mental illness in the recovery process. Click to see if there's a Drop-In Center in Saginaw.
 
For guardianship questions, contact CMHSP Customer Service, call: 989-797-3469
 
 

Sanilac County
Substance Use Treatment Services:
Thumb Alliance PIHP Access Center
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   888-225-4447
The above Access Management System (AMS) agency will answer questions regarding alcohol and drug use, and discuss options for those needing treatment services. If services are determined to be appropriate, the agency will assist callers in choosing a provider that meets their needs, and will make the necessary referral. Providers charge on a sliding-fee scale based on income and insurance.
 
Before choosing a treatment program for you, or someone you care about, you may wish to refer to A Quick Guide to Finding Effective Alcohol and Drug Addiction Treatment. Also, the following guide notes five important questions to ask when searching for a treatment program and explains what research suggests is most effective: Seeking Drug Abuse Treatment: Know What to Ask.

Click for list of Methadone Assisted Treatment Programs in Michigan.
 
Services to Meet Secretary of State/Court Requirements:
Assessment and Class Providers
    Assessments/Classes in Sanilac County
Contact information with notations as to whether agencies provide Assessments and/or Classes needed to fulfill driver's license reinstatement requirements due to impaired driving/substance use traffic offenses.
 
Problem Gambling Treatment Services:
Problem Gambling Help-line
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-270-7117
Strictly confidential, counselors provide immediate help to address issues related to problem gambling, including screening services and referrals to treatment providers or support groups. Click for problem gambling treatment providers in Sanilac.
 
Mental Health Services:
Sanilac County CMH Authority
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   888-225-4447         TDD/TTY:  810-648-4327
Mental health and developmental disability services are delivered through county-based community mental health services programs (CMHSPs), which contract public funds for services. Medicaid funds, which are paid on a per Medicaid-eligible capitated basis, are contracted with CMHSPs, or their affiliations, as Prepaid Inpatient Health Plans (PIHPs).
 
Peer-Run Drop-In Centers provide an informal, supportive environment to assist clients with mental illness in the recovery process. Click to see if there's a Drop-In Center in Sanilac.
 
For guardianship questions, contact CMHSP Customer Service, call: 810-583-0337
 
 

Schoolcraft County
Substance Use Treatment Services:
NorthCare Substance Abuse CDR
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-305-6564
The above Access Management System (AMS) agency will answer questions regarding alcohol and drug use, and discuss options for those needing treatment services. If services are determined to be appropriate, the agency will assist callers in choosing a provider that meets their needs, and will make the necessary referral. Providers charge on a sliding-fee scale based on income and insurance.
 
Before choosing a treatment program for you, or someone you care about, you may wish to refer to A Quick Guide to Finding Effective Alcohol and Drug Addiction Treatment. Also, the following guide notes five important questions to ask when searching for a treatment program and explains what research suggests is most effective: Seeking Drug Abuse Treatment: Know What to Ask.

Click for list of Methadone Assisted Treatment Programs in Michigan.
 
Services to Meet Secretary of State/Court Requirements:
Assessment and Class Providers
    Assessments/Classes in Schoolcraft County
Contact information with notations as to whether agencies provide Assessments and/or Classes needed to fulfill driver's license reinstatement requirements due to impaired driving/substance use traffic offenses.
 
Problem Gambling Treatment Services:
Problem Gambling Help-line
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-270-7117
Strictly confidential, counselors provide immediate help to address issues related to problem gambling, including screening services and referrals to treatment providers or support groups. Click for problem gambling treatment providers in Schoolcraft.
 
Mental Health Services:
Hiawatha Behavioral Health
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   906-341-2144 or 800-839-9443         TDD/TTY:  906-632-5539
Mental health and developmental disability services are delivered through county-based community mental health services programs (CMHSPs), which contract public funds for services. Medicaid funds, which are paid on a per Medicaid-eligible capitated basis, are contracted with CMHSPs, or their affiliations, as Prepaid Inpatient Health Plans (PIHPs).
 
Peer-Run Drop-In Centers provide an informal, supportive environment to assist clients with mental illness in the recovery process. Click to see if there's a Drop-In Center in Schoolcraft.
 
For guardianship questions, contact CMHSP Customer Service, call: 906-635-3713 or 800-839-9443
 
 

Shiawassee County
Substance Use Treatment Services:
Access Alliance of Michigan
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-448-5498
The above Access Management System (AMS) agency will answer questions regarding alcohol and drug use, and discuss options for those needing treatment services. If services are determined to be appropriate, the agency will assist callers in choosing a provider that meets their needs, and will make the necessary referral. Providers charge on a sliding-fee scale based on income and insurance.
 
Before choosing a treatment program for you, or someone you care about, you may wish to refer to A Quick Guide to Finding Effective Alcohol and Drug Addiction Treatment. Also, the following guide notes five important questions to ask when searching for a treatment program and explains what research suggests is most effective: Seeking Drug Abuse Treatment: Know What to Ask.

Click for list of Methadone Assisted Treatment Programs in Michigan.
 
Services to Meet Secretary of State/Court Requirements:
Assessment and Class Providers
    Assessments/Classes in Shiawassee County
Contact information with notations as to whether agencies provide Assessments and/or Classes needed to fulfill driver's license reinstatement requirements due to impaired driving/substance use traffic offenses.
 
Problem Gambling Treatment Services:
Problem Gambling Help-line
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-270-7117
Strictly confidential, counselors provide immediate help to address issues related to problem gambling, including screening services and referrals to treatment providers or support groups. Click for problem gambling treatment providers in Shiawassee.
 
Mental Health Services:
Shiawassee County CMH Authority
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   989-723-0710         TDD/TTY:  989-723-6791
Mental health and developmental disability services are delivered through county-based community mental health services programs (CMHSPs), which contract public funds for services. Medicaid funds, which are paid on a per Medicaid-eligible capitated basis, are contracted with CMHSPs, or their affiliations, as Prepaid Inpatient Health Plans (PIHPs).
 
Peer-Run Drop-In Centers provide an informal, supportive environment to assist clients with mental illness in the recovery process. Click to see if there's a Drop-In Center in Shiawassee.
 
For guardianship questions, contact CMHSP Customer Service, call: 989-497-1329 or 888-212-3689
 
 

St. Clair County
Substance Use Treatment Services:
Thumb Alliance PIHP Access Center
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   888-225-4447
The above Access Management System (AMS) agency will answer questions regarding alcohol and drug use, and discuss options for those needing treatment services. If services are determined to be appropriate, the agency will assist callers in choosing a provider that meets their needs, and will make the necessary referral. Providers charge on a sliding-fee scale based on income and insurance.
 
Before choosing a treatment program for you, or someone you care about, you may wish to refer to A Quick Guide to Finding Effective Alcohol and Drug Addiction Treatment. Also, the following guide notes five important questions to ask when searching for a treatment program and explains what research suggests is most effective: Seeking Drug Abuse Treatment: Know What to Ask.

Click for list of Methadone Assisted Treatment Programs in Michigan.
 
Services to Meet Secretary of State/Court Requirements:
Assessment and Class Providers
    Assessments/Classes in St. Clair County
Contact information with notations as to whether agencies provide Assessments and/or Classes needed to fulfill driver's license reinstatement requirements due to impaired driving/substance use traffic offenses.
 
Problem Gambling Treatment Services:
Problem Gambling Help-line
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-270-7117
Strictly confidential, counselors provide immediate help to address issues related to problem gambling, including screening services and referrals to treatment providers or support groups. Click for problem gambling treatment providers in St. Clair.
 
Mental Health Services:
St. Clair County Mental Health Authority
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   888-225-4447         TDD/TTY:  888-225-1973
Mental health and developmental disability services are delivered through county-based community mental health services programs (CMHSPs), which contract public funds for services. Medicaid funds, which are paid on a per Medicaid-eligible capitated basis, are contracted with CMHSPs, or their affiliations, as Prepaid Inpatient Health Plans (PIHPs).
 
Peer-Run Drop-In Centers provide an informal, supportive environment to assist clients with mental illness in the recovery process. Click to see if there's a Drop-In Center in St. Clair.
 
For guardianship questions, contact CMHSP Customer Service, call: 810-966-7813
 
 

St. Joseph County
Substance Use Treatment Services:
Southwest Michigan Behavioral Health
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-781-0353
The above Access Management System (AMS) agency will answer questions regarding alcohol and drug use, and discuss options for those needing treatment services. If services are determined to be appropriate, the agency will assist callers in choosing a provider that meets their needs, and will make the necessary referral. Providers charge on a sliding-fee scale based on income and insurance.
 
Before choosing a treatment program for you, or someone you care about, you may wish to refer to A Quick Guide to Finding Effective Alcohol and Drug Addiction Treatment. Also, the following guide notes five important questions to ask when searching for a treatment program and explains what research suggests is most effective: Seeking Drug Abuse Treatment: Know What to Ask.

Click for list of Methadone Assisted Treatment Programs in Michigan.
 
Services to Meet Secretary of State/Court Requirements:
Assessment and Class Providers
    Assessments/Classes in St. Joseph County
Contact information with notations as to whether agencies provide Assessments and/or Classes needed to fulfill driver's license reinstatement requirements due to impaired driving/substance use traffic offenses.
 
Problem Gambling Treatment Services:
Problem Gambling Help-line
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-270-7117
Strictly confidential, counselors provide immediate help to address issues related to problem gambling, including screening services and referrals to treatment providers or support groups. Click for problem gambling treatment providers in St. Joseph.
 
Mental Health Services:
CMH Services of St. Joseph County
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-622-3967         TDD/TTY:  800-649-3777
Mental health and developmental disability services are delivered through county-based community mental health services programs (CMHSPs), which contract public funds for services. Medicaid funds, which are paid on a per Medicaid-eligible capitated basis, are contracted with CMHSPs, or their affiliations, as Prepaid Inpatient Health Plans (PIHPs).
 
Peer-Run Drop-In Centers provide an informal, supportive environment to assist clients with mental illness in the recovery process. Click to see if there's a Drop-In Center in St. Joseph.
 
For guardianship questions, contact CMHSP Customer Service, call: 269-467-1000
 
 

Tuscola County
Substance Use Treatment Services:
Access Alliance of Michigan
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-448-5498
The above Access Management System (AMS) agency will answer questions regarding alcohol and drug use, and discuss options for those needing treatment services. If services are determined to be appropriate, the agency will assist callers in choosing a provider that meets their needs, and will make the necessary referral. Providers charge on a sliding-fee scale based on income and insurance.
 
Before choosing a treatment program for you, or someone you care about, you may wish to refer to A Quick Guide to Finding Effective Alcohol and Drug Addiction Treatment. Also, the following guide notes five important questions to ask when searching for a treatment program and explains what research suggests is most effective: Seeking Drug Abuse Treatment: Know What to Ask.

Click for list of Methadone Assisted Treatment Programs in Michigan.
 
Services to Meet Secretary of State/Court Requirements:
Assessment and Class Providers
    Assessments/Classes in Tuscola County
Contact information with notations as to whether agencies provide Assessments and/or Classes needed to fulfill driver's license reinstatement requirements due to impaired driving/substance use traffic offenses.
 
Problem Gambling Treatment Services:
Problem Gambling Help-line
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-270-7117
Strictly confidential, counselors provide immediate help to address issues related to problem gambling, including screening services and referrals to treatment providers or support groups. Click for problem gambling treatment providers in Tuscola.
 
Mental Health Services:
Tuscola Behavioral Health Systems
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   989-673-6191 or 800-462-6814         TDD/TTY:  989-672-4780
Mental health and developmental disability services are delivered through county-based community mental health services programs (CMHSPs), which contract public funds for services. Medicaid funds, which are paid on a per Medicaid-eligible capitated basis, are contracted with CMHSPs, or their affiliations, as Prepaid Inpatient Health Plans (PIHPs).
 
Peer-Run Drop-In Centers provide an informal, supportive environment to assist clients with mental illness in the recovery process. Click to see if there's a Drop-In Center in Tuscola.
 
For guardianship questions, contact CMHSP Customer Service, call: 989-497-1329 or 888-212-3689
 
 

Van Buren County
Substance Use Treatment Services:
Southwest Michigan Behavioral Health
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-781-0353
The above Access Management System (AMS) agency will answer questions regarding alcohol and drug use, and discuss options for those needing treatment services. If services are determined to be appropriate, the agency will assist callers in choosing a provider that meets their needs, and will make the necessary referral. Providers charge on a sliding-fee scale based on income and insurance.
 
Before choosing a treatment program for you, or someone you care about, you may wish to refer to A Quick Guide to Finding Effective Alcohol and Drug Addiction Treatment. Also, the following guide notes five important questions to ask when searching for a treatment program and explains what research suggests is most effective: Seeking Drug Abuse Treatment: Know What to Ask.

Click for list of Methadone Assisted Treatment Programs in Michigan.
 
Services to Meet Secretary of State/Court Requirements:
Assessment and Class Providers
    Assessments/Classes in Van Buren County
Contact information with notations as to whether agencies provide Assessments and/or Classes needed to fulfill driver's license reinstatement requirements due to impaired driving/substance use traffic offenses.
 
Problem Gambling Treatment Services:
Problem Gambling Help-line
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-270-7117
Strictly confidential, counselors provide immediate help to address issues related to problem gambling, including screening services and referrals to treatment providers or support groups. Click for problem gambling treatment providers in Van Buren.
 
Mental Health Services:
VanBuren CMH Authority
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-922-1418
Mental health and developmental disability services are delivered through county-based community mental health services programs (CMHSPs), which contract public funds for services. Medicaid funds, which are paid on a per Medicaid-eligible capitated basis, are contracted with CMHSPs, or their affiliations, as Prepaid Inpatient Health Plans (PIHPs).
 
Peer-Run Drop-In Centers provide an informal, supportive environment to assist clients with mental illness in the recovery process. Click to see if there's a Drop-In Center in Van Buren.
 
For guardianship questions, contact CMHSP Customer Service, call: 269-657-5574
 
 

Washtenaw County
Substance Use Treatment Services:
Health Services Access
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-440-7548
The above Access Management System (AMS) agency will answer questions regarding alcohol and drug use, and discuss options for those needing treatment services. If services are determined to be appropriate, the agency will assist callers in choosing a provider that meets their needs, and will make the necessary referral. Providers charge on a sliding-fee scale based on income and insurance.
 
Before choosing a treatment program for you, or someone you care about, you may wish to refer to A Quick Guide to Finding Effective Alcohol and Drug Addiction Treatment. Also, the following guide notes five important questions to ask when searching for a treatment program and explains what research suggests is most effective: Seeking Drug Abuse Treatment: Know What to Ask.

Click for list of Methadone Assisted Treatment Programs in Michigan.
 
Services to Meet Secretary of State/Court Requirements:
Assessment and Class Providers
    Assessments/Classes in Washtenaw County
Contact information with notations as to whether agencies provide Assessments and/or Classes needed to fulfill driver's license reinstatement requirements due to impaired driving/substance use traffic offenses.
 
Problem Gambling Treatment Services:
Problem Gambling Help-line
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-270-7117
Strictly confidential, counselors provide immediate help to address issues related to problem gambling, including screening services and referrals to treatment providers or support groups. Click for problem gambling treatment providers in Washtenaw.
 
Mental Health Services:
Washtenaw Community Health Organization
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   734-996-4747         TDD/TTY:  800-649-3777
Mental health and developmental disability services are delivered through county-based community mental health services programs (CMHSPs), which contract public funds for services. Medicaid funds, which are paid on a per Medicaid-eligible capitated basis, are contracted with CMHSPs, or their affiliations, as Prepaid Inpatient Health Plans (PIHPs).
 
Peer-Run Drop-In Centers provide an informal, supportive environment to assist clients with mental illness in the recovery process. Click to see if there's a Drop-In Center in Washtenaw.
 
For guardianship questions, contact CMHSP Customer Service, call: 734-544-3000
 
 

Wayne County
(If inside the City of Detroit, see information in Detroit section below.)
Substance Use Treatment Services:
Access Management System
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-686-6543
The above Access Management System (AMS) agency will answer questions regarding alcohol and drug use, and discuss options for those needing treatment services. If services are determined to be appropriate, the agency will assist callers in choosing a provider that meets their needs, and will make the necessary referral. Providers charge on a sliding-fee scale based on income and insurance.
 
Before choosing a treatment program for you, or someone you care about, you may wish to refer to A Quick Guide to Finding Effective Alcohol and Drug Addiction Treatment. Also, the following guide notes five important questions to ask when searching for a treatment program and explains what research suggests is most effective: Seeking Drug Abuse Treatment: Know What to Ask.

Click for list of Methadone Assisted Treatment Programs in Michigan.
 
Services to Meet Secretary of State/Court Requirements:
Assessment and Class Providers
    Assessments/Classes in Wayne County
Contact information with notations as to whether agencies provide Assessments and/or Classes needed to fulfill driver's license reinstatement requirements due to impaired driving/substance use traffic offenses.
 
Problem Gambling Treatment Services:
Problem Gambling Help-line
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-270-7117
Strictly confidential, counselors provide immediate help to address issues related to problem gambling, including screening services and referrals to treatment providers or support groups. Click for problem gambling treatment providers in Wayne.
 
Mental Health Services:
Detroit-Wayne County CMH Agency
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   313-224-7000 or 800-241-4949         TDD/TTY:  800-630-1044
Mental health and developmental disability services are delivered through county-based community mental health services programs (CMHSPs), which contract public funds for services. Medicaid funds, which are paid on a per Medicaid-eligible capitated basis, are contracted with CMHSPs, or their affiliations, as Prepaid Inpatient Health Plans (PIHPs).
 
Peer-Run Drop-In Centers provide an informal, supportive environment to assist clients with mental illness in the recovery process. Click to see if there's a Drop-In Center in Wayne.
 
For guardianship questions, contact CMHSP Customer Service, call: 313-833-2392 or 2393 TDD: 800-630-1044
 
 

City of Detroit
Substance Use Treatment Services:
Health Services Technical Assistance, Addiction Treatment Services, Inc.
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-467-2452 or 313-309-9355
The above Access Management System (AMS) agency will answer questions regarding alcohol and drug use, and discuss options for those needing treatment services. If services are determined to be appropriate, the agency will assist callers in choosing a provider that meets their needs, and will make the necessary referral. Providers charge on a sliding-fee scale based on income and insurance.
 
Before choosing a treatment program for you, or someone you care about, you may wish to refer to A Quick Guide to Finding Effective Alcohol and Drug Addiction Treatment. Also, the following guide notes five important questions to ask when searching for a treatment program and explains what research suggests is most effective: Seeking Drug Abuse Treatment: Know What to Ask.

Click for list of Methadone Assisted Treatment Programs in Michigan.
 
Services to Meet Secretary of State/Court Requirements:
Assessment and Class Providers
    Assessments/Classes in City of Detroit
Contact information with notations as to whether agencies provide Assessments and/or Classes needed to fulfill driver's license reinstatement requirements due to impaired driving/substance use traffic offenses.
 
Problem Gambling Treatment Services:
Problem Gambling Help-line
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-270-7117
Strictly confidential, counselors provide immediate help to address issues related to problem gambling, including screening services and referrals to treatment providers or support groups. Click for problem gambling treatment providers in City of Detroit.
 
Mental Health Services:
Detroit-Wayne County CMH Agency
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   313-224-7000 or 800-241-4949         TDD/TTY:  800-630-1044
Mental health and developmental disability services are delivered through county-based community mental health services programs (CMHSPs), which contract public funds for services. Medicaid funds, which are paid on a per Medicaid-eligible capitated basis, are contracted with CMHSPs, or their affiliations, as Prepaid Inpatient Health Plans (PIHPs).
 
Peer-Run Drop-In Centers provide an informal, supportive environment to assist clients with mental illness in the recovery process. Click to see if there's a Drop-In Center in City of Detroit.
 
For guardianship questions, contact CMHSP Customer Service, call: 313-833-2392 or 2393 TDD: 800-630-1044
 
 

Wexford County
Substance Use Treatment Services:
Access Center
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-834-3393
The above Access Management System (AMS) agency will answer questions regarding alcohol and drug use, and discuss options for those needing treatment services. If services are determined to be appropriate, the agency will assist callers in choosing a provider that meets their needs, and will make the necessary referral. Providers charge on a sliding-fee scale based on income and insurance.
 
Before choosing a treatment program for you, or someone you care about, you may wish to refer to A Quick Guide to Finding Effective Alcohol and Drug Addiction Treatment. Also, the following guide notes five important questions to ask when searching for a treatment program and explains what research suggests is most effective: Seeking Drug Abuse Treatment: Know What to Ask.

Click for list of Methadone Assisted Treatment Programs in Michigan.
 
Services to Meet Secretary of State/Court Requirements:
Assessment and Class Providers
    Assessments/Classes in Wexford County
Contact information with notations as to whether agencies provide Assessments and/or Classes needed to fulfill driver's license reinstatement requirements due to impaired driving/substance use traffic offenses.
 
Problem Gambling Treatment Services:
Problem Gambling Help-line
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   800-270-7117
Strictly confidential, counselors provide immediate help to address issues related to problem gambling, including screening services and referrals to treatment providers or support groups. Click for problem gambling treatment providers in Wexford.
 
Mental Health Services:
Northern Lakes CMH Authority
    Phone: (24-hours, 7-days)   231-922-4802         TDD/TTY:  231-935-3871 or 231-876-3281
Mental health and developmental disability services are delivered through county-based community mental health services programs (CMHSPs), which contract public funds for services. Medicaid funds, which are paid on a per Medicaid-eligible capitated basis, are contracted with CMHSPs, or their affiliations, as Prepaid Inpatient Health Plans (PIHPs).
 
Peer-Run Drop-In Centers provide an informal, supportive environment to assist clients with mental illness in the recovery process. Click to see if there's a Drop-In Center in Wexford.
 
For guardianship questions, contact CMHSP Customer Service, call: 231-876-3246 or 800-337-8598
 
 

 


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