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Chemical Dependency

A list of nonprofit treatment programs. For support groups such as Alcoholics Anonymous, see Substance Abuse Support Groups in the Community Services section of this guide.

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Dawn Farm

Provides a continuum of addiction treatment and recovery support services, including long-term residential treatment, adult outpatient treatment, adolescent outpatient treatment, sub-acute detoxification, transitional housing, and outreach to at-risk populations.,

6633 Stony Creek, Ypsilanti [map]
(734) 485-8725

Greenbrook Recovery Center (SJMHS)

Dual diagnosis chemical dependency and mental health treatment center. Offers intensive outpatient services to adults and adolescents. Licensed therapists, psychiatrists, and addictionologists. Accepts most major insurances.

5401 McAuley, Ypsilanti [map]
(734) 786-4900

Home of New Vision

Substance abuse disorders treatment, support groups, and prevention and education services for adults and youth. Recovery residences for men and women. Outpatient, residential, detoxification, and co-occurring services, including support groups for men and women. Driver's license reinstatement evaluations (SOS & DOT), case management, peer supports. Also, the HNV Hamilton House Engagement Center Early Intervention Facility. Some services are free or based on a very low cost sliding fee scale for Washtenaw County residents.,

3800 Packard, suite 210 [map]
(734) 975-1602

UMHS Addiction Treatment Services

Provides assessment, diagnosis, and personalized intensive outpatient treatment and detox for people with problems with alcohol or other drugs. Outpatient services for recovering addicts-including adolescents-and their family members. Accepts most insurances; does not accept Medicaid.

4250 Plymouth (Rachel Upjohn Bldg.) [map]
(734) 764-0231, (800) 525-5188

Jewish Family Services
Bellanina Spa
Silver Maples Retirement Community
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Assisted Living, Memory Care, and Nursing Car.