Office of Recovery Oriented Systems of Care



The Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment Section of OROSC is responsible for clinical services within the Substance Use Disorder (SUD) Treatment System. Staff provide technical assistance regarding Substance Use Disorder Treatment and Recovery to Prepaid Inpatient Health Plans, providers of services, and the public. Staff are also responsible for monitoring of the system to insure federal funding requirements are met.

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If you, a family member, or a friend is in need of treatment services for substance abuse, click above link for a local phone number to call for immediate assistance.

A Quick Guide to Finding Effective Alcohol and Drug Addiction Treatment   Before making your final choice of a treatment program for you, or someone you care for, you may wish to refer to these 12 questions. 

Seeking Drug Abuse Treatment: Know What to Ask   This brief guide explores five important questions to ask when searching for a treatment program and explains what the research suggests is most effective.
  • Women's Specialty Services
    Information about women's substance use disorder treatment services, including state policies and advisories, and links to resources that include opportunities for training and enrichment.
  • Screening Tools
    Links to commonly used pre-screening and screening tools to detect substance use disorders.
  • Recovery
    Information about Recovery in Michigan, and Recovery Resources.
  • Managing Confidentiality of Patient Records
    View the federal regulation, and information about a limited legal service, called "Action-line," available to the publicly-funded substance use disorder treatment system.
  • Dual diagnosis treatments combine or integrate mental health and substance use disorder interventions at the clinic. For the individual with a dual diagnosis, the services appear seamless, with a consistent approach, philosophy, and set of recommendations.

We supported the Michigan Addiction Project as part of a national partnership aimed at helping Americans understand addiction is a treatable brain disease; and held a Legislative Briefing to inform policy makers and government leaders.

Agencies and programs:
Click a link below to access a directory of service providers.

For more SUD Treatment information, see also:
Related Legislation Links Reports, Statistics