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Substance Use Disorder (SUD) Resources

Comprehensive SUD services tailored to your unique needs are offered throughout Michigan to support the health and well-being of residents impacted by all stages of substance use. Services include medications for opioid use disorder and overdose reversal, inpatient and outpatient treatment, harm reduction programs, recovery community organizations and centers, and more. Service availability may vary by location, but providers and communities are continually working to expand access.


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Change. At your own pace.

Find nonjudgmental harm reduction services near you. You can find sterile syringe providers, treatment, and naloxone, the drug the is used to reverse opioid overdoses.

The Opioid Settlements

The state of Michigan is slated to receive nearly $800 million from the opioid settlements over the next 18 years. Fifty percent (50%) of the settlement amount will be distributed directly to county, city, and township governments. The remaining 50% will be distributed to the state government's specially designated fund, The Michigan Opioid Healing and Recovery Fund.
Learn more about the opioid settlements
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